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Role Summary: As a Component Repair Technician (Machining) you will be responsible to set up and operate all types of machines, eg CNC (milling, grinding, lathe); Electrical discharge machine (EDM); surface grinding; VT Lathe and various conventional machines and specialised equipment to perform machining operations.
Essential Responsibilities: Key responsibilities include (but are not limited to): •Set up and operate all types of machine tools, that is, electrical discharge machine, lathe, radial grinder, reciprocal grinder, milling machine, drilling machine and specialised equipment to perform machining operation of the most complicated nature in the making of jigs, fixtures, tools, dies, gauges, test equipment and product parts, and their rework or modifications. •Follow a particular product through the machine shop using a variety of machine tools to complete the finished product. •Use all types of standard and special gauges, various hand tools. •Maintain pertinent records; work from blue print, sketches, written or verbal instructions, will assist lower rated machine operator in the set up and operation of variety of machine tools and specialised equipment. •Undertake to make a personal commitment to follow the GE code of conduct. Also guiding us in upholding our ethical commitment is a set of GE policies on key integrity issues, we must comply not only with the letter of these policies but also their spirit. •Adhere to all applicable EHS rules and regulations and employee’s EHS responsibilities as per EHS OP 283.00.
Qualifications/Requirements: •Minimum secondary level education. •NTC or equivalent preferred •Good mechanical aptitude. •Good command of written and spoken English. •Knowledge in operating of machines.
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