Saturday, January 7, 2017

GE Oil & Gas

Lead Customer Application Engineer - Steam Turbine
Business:
GE Oil & Gas
Function:
Engineering/Technology
Role Summary/Purpose:
The Application Engineer leads projects and initiatives with broad scope and high impact to the business is a recognized expert of the product and the market.In this role the AE will be responsible for major and complex assignments with long-term business implications, manage complex issues within functional area(s) of expertise, and contribute to the overall business strategy.
Essential Responsibilities:

- Build complex proposals for Upgrade and new units, ensuring that the proposal meet applicable specifications and exceed Customer expectations.
- Conduct reviews with functions and Customers to ensure appropriate communication of proposal progress and management
- Work as a team with Sales Force and Commercial Managers to identify new steam turbine opportunities for Upgrade and new units, assist customers, prepare and discuss on possible machine configurations.
- Analyze inquiry and define offer strategy in teamwork with GE Oil and Gas global team.
- Be responsible for the analysis, calculation and optimization for quoted scope of supply
- Responsible of the on-time issue of the Technical Proposals and of the optimization of the proposed configuration in terms of technical solution and cost
- Attend technical negotiation meetings with customers and finalize technical proposal and relevant scope of supply
Qualifications/Requirements:

- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university or college
- Experience with medium assignments in Engineering and/or in a commercial environment with sales, marketing, application engineering or customer service
- Expert on API standards
- Deeper Knowledge of O&G product
Desired Characteristics:

• Strong presentation skills
• Strong creative problem solving skills
• Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
• Strong customer mindset
• Ability to communicate at all levels of the organization
• Prior experience with customer specifications review, proposal development, and contract development and negotiations is preferred

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Lead Field Engineer
Business:
GE Oil & Gas
Function:
Services
Role Summary/Purpose:
As field Engineer with with GE Digital Solutions , you will travel to local and international client sites and assist them with installations or ongoing service provision. You will be involved with commissioning new systems and be responsible for maintaining products and systems such as transducers and software systems for Machinery Monitoring, Protection, and Plant Management.
Essential Responsibilities:
The Systems & Instrumentation Field Engineer will provide services that will range in scope from Plant Asset Management System commissioning and maintenance from transducers to computer and software systems for Machinery Monitoring, Protection, and Management Systems. Field Engineer participates as regional service team member Perform installations, commissioning and troubleshooting of Bently Nevada Hardware & Software Products and Solutions at customer locations. Provide customers with technical direction and/or project management Timely completion of standard service reports, invoicing packages, and other administrative requirements. Drive customer satisfaction through commitment to quality Support the business growth initiatives Make decisions based on business impact and technical data Assure projects are executed in accordance with the cost allocations that are budgeted, including direct cost and labor hour management. Identify problems and take the initiative to eliminate those problems for project success. Monitor site safety during project execution
Qualifications/Requirements:
· Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college (or a high school diploma/GED with at least 4 years of experience in a field service or maintenance position) · At least 3 additional years of experience in a field services or maintenance position· Willingness and ability to travel xx% of the time
Desired Characteristics:
· Bachelor’s degree in Engineering is preferred· Strong oral and written communication skills· Strong interpersonal and leadership skills· Proven analytical and quality improvement ability· Demonstrated proficiency in repair troubleshooting, shop operations, and testing of assigned programs/hardware· Ability to make formal presentations to all audiences· Able to work with all levels of maintenance, engineering, and management· Project management or supervisory experience is preferred· Demonstrated ability to lead and influence GE customer and peers

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Lead Sourcing Specialist - Buying/Procurement
Business:
GE Oil & Gas
Function:
Sourcing
Role Summary/Purpose:
Manage the buying process for a given set of goods. Apply sourcing policy, interface between supplier and entity with respect to specifications and budgets. Requires mastery of a body of theoretical knowledge. Requires developed and strong foundation of function skills and knowledge of relevant purchasing and sourcing concepts.
Essential Responsibilities:
Place and follow-up on POs. Manage relationships with suppliers for PO execution. Manage problems and schedule changes. Update ERP. Develops new solutions under guidance and/or in a team setting or based upon precedents in the organizations. Balance both tactical execution with strategic initiatives necessary to drive cost reduction projects. Works together with high level people from the business at SPB and EB level. Specifies needs, communicates about project approach and presents outcomes of research done. Provides technical / commercial assistance to Commodity Buyers to develop awareness of manufacturing processes and improve product knowledge. Actively participate in supplier performance reviews. Advises Functional managers regarding projects, processes and procedures in the own field. Contributes to project as a team member or leads small projects.
Qualifications/Requirements:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college (or a high school diploma / GED with at least 4 years of experience in Sourcing). Minimum of 3 additional years of experience in Buying/Procurement.
Desired Characteristics:
Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills. Ability to influence others and lead small teams. Lead initiatives of moderate scope and impact. Ability to coordinate several projects simultaneously. Effective problem identification and solution skills. Proven analytical and organizational ability.

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Lead Finance Specialist - FP&A Operations
Business:
GE Oil & Gas
Function:
Finance
Role Summary/Purpose:
This position is the key lead responsible in driving analytics, and partnering with the business leaders in driving their operational rhythms.In this role, the FP&A analyst will partner with the regional and HQ finance team controllership team to drive a consolidated view of TMS financials for Asia, and driving the regional KPI (cash, convertibility, profitability).
Essential Responsibilities:

- Build FP&A process at TMS level, coordinating between the P&Ls and drive the operating rhythm. This includes weekly QMIs, Quarterly Operating Week reviews, SII, OP Plan, and other “deep-dive” reviews.
- Drive regional KPIs including but not limited to cash, profitability, orders, convertibility, base cost.
- Partner Global Operations Finance and COE teams to drive greater stability and processes efficiency, leveraging available system and data warehouse tools.
- Partner to business leaders and region finance to support on growth initiatives.
- Serve as a “Change Agent” by influencing, communicating & institutionalizing a culture of simplification & standardization within finance and across relevant functions at touch-points.
Qualifications/Requirements:
- Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance- At least 5 to 10 years of experience in a financial position
Desired Characteristics:

- FMP/CAS graduate (GE employee only)
- Positive attitude & ‘can-do’ approach; bring proactiveness, energy, passion & risk mindset
- Adaptable/Flexible : being open to changes in response to new information, different or unexpected, and/or to work in ambiguous situations
- Integrity: accepting & adhering to high moral, ethical and personal values in decisions, communications, actions & when dealing with others.
- Able to anticipate, identify, and resolve complex financial and process issues
- Demonstrated ability to clearly communicate complex issues across a broad audience
- Demonstrated interpersonal and team leadership skills
- Solid accounting knowledge, good understanding of processes, systems and ERP functionality (Oracle)
- Prior experience (preferred) in regional Asia finance environment, for example foreign currencies, international taxes, statutory reporting etc

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Technician
Business:
GE Oil & Gas
Function:
Manufacturing
Role Summary/Purpose:
Perform disassembly and assembly of engines and modules in accordance with Company’s documentation and manufacturer's manuals.Maintenance and care of tools and equipment in the work area.
Essential Responsibilities:

• Perform all of the operations necessary for the assembly/disassembly, test prep/de-prep and test support of gas turbine engines (LM6000 and LM2500), modules, components, and accessories in accordance with appropriate technical specifications and/or standard work practices
• Report and record findings, physically tag all parts upon engine/module disassembly, and input Part Routing Tag (PRT) information into the Shop Floor Management system
• Perform inspections of gas turbine engines and hardware for serviceability and verify work performed is in accordance with technical specifications, Service Bulletin and workscope compliance, routers, manuals or other quality verification criteria.
• Maintain records and ensure proper documentation of turbine repairs and Service Bulletin compliance using current quality processes per the Quality Management System (QMS)
• Troubleshoot in-process problems, malfunctions, or component failures within the limitations of relevant technical procedures
• Use all types of precision measuring instruments and devices, hand and power tools, shop equipment and machinery as assigned
• Perform detailed inspections on all turbines at incoming, pretest and final shipment to avoid defects and cost of quality
• Complete necessary routers, forms and log sheets as assigned, neatly, accurately and legibly
• Work required hours as requested to meet production and customer needs
• Work with other technicians to ensure customer requirements and timelines are maintained
• Drive safety requirements and compliance with current policies
• Maintain a clean and orderly workspace to promote safety and prevent FOD
• Perform other related duties as requested
Qualifications/Requirements:

• Minimum Diploma in Engineering Field (Mechanical) or equivalent
• Must be able to read, write and communicate in the English language.
• Computer skills – Microsoft Office; Excel, Power Point, Word, ect.
• Minimum 3 years experience (Hands On) with gas turbines and equipment will be an advantage
• Knowledge in Basic Gas Turbine Engine
• Ability to understand and follow work scope instructions.
• Basic knowledge and skills in the use of various hand tools including but not limited to torque wrenches, transducers, multipliers, dial indicators, micrometers, scales and other precision instrumentation.
• Must be certified to operate overhead cranes and install crane-rigging systems, as well as, operate industrial forklifts. Qualifying candidates who are not certified will be required to attain certification.
• Must have thorough knowledge of FOD/DOD prevention and control.
• Must be able to read, evaluate, and respond to product specifications and drawings including GEK’s (manuals).
Desired Characteristics:

• Good interpersonal skill and independent
• Flexible and dedication
• Conform to all safety and quality requirements and compliance with current policies.
• Perform all duties as part of a team and serve as change agent to help improve on current processes
• Maintain facilities, materials, and work areas orderly by exercising good housekeeping practice

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Data Analyst
Business:
GE Oil & Gas
Function:
Services
Role Summary/Purpose:
The Data Analyst is a vital member of the PII team, as this role is responsible for the production of pipeline inspection reports delivered to clients across the globe. Delivering high quality, accurate technical reports based on thorough analysis is the cornerstone of PII’s business and is integral in ensuring the safe operating of oil and gas pipelines around the world.
Essential Responsibilities:
Essential ResponsibilitiesAlthough the skills required to be a fully certified Data Analyst in the Pipeline Inspection industryare developed over time, the ideal candidate is a persistent problem solver who enjoys dataintensive, analytical work. This individual must be process oriented, as adherence to industrystandards is required, and should also be deeply committed to quality and accuracy at a highlydetailed level.Additionally, those most successful in this career tend to be adept at managing workloads andresources, have a participative, team approach, and have the ability to communicate well withothers in their immediate work environment.Data Analysts are ultimately responsible for the organization and control of pipeline inspectiondata, comprehensive analysis of that data, and for facilitating the on-time delivery of the PipelineInspection report to clients. In certain cases, this will include post-report client support.Six-Months to One Year Post Hire:
• Achievement of industry certifications allowing for full scale data analysis
• Flawless execution and on-time delivery of data analysis
• Knowledge of data preparation and processing
• Pipe-book production, fitting and defect identification, fitting and defect classification, and AGMassessment and inclusion
• Integration of any supplementary data
• Application of client profiles to organize and report In Line Inspection results
• Identifies quality or productivity issues and potential solutions
• Report to various levels of management on project milestonesOne to Two Years Post Hire:
• Data preparation, processing, assessment, and confirmation of acceptable data
• Interpretation and quantification of signal data
• Detailed defect sizing assessment
• Training, coaching and mentoring newer analysts
• Ensuring the consistency of work for other analysts, when acting as the Lead Analyst on aspecific report
• Pre and post report client support; including involvement in Client Presentations
• Identifies quality or productivity issues and potential solutions
• Effective utilization of resources to meet reporting time scales and budgets
• Provision of pre and post-sales support service for reporting information
• Preliminary and Final report production
• Quality check of pipeline listing and report content
• Report to various levels of management on project milestonesExamples of Key Deliverables and Performance Indicators:
• On-time delivery of reports
• Report First Time Yield (% of time the first report is the final report)
• Procedural compliance
• Report cycle time / hours per kmCompetencies
• Effective Problem Solver
• Detail and Process Oriented with deep commitment to quality
• Ability to persevere during periods of high work volume
• Drives for results and ensures deliverables are met
• Composed with the ability to work well with others to meet deadlines in a fast paced workenvironment
Qualifications/Requirements:
Educated to high school level with science and/or mathematics contentDetailed, analytical, process orientated approachAbility to drive issues to a robust closure in a timely mannerExcellent interpersonal, communication and facilitation skillsStrong analytical/experimental/statistical skills
Desired Characteristics:
Green Belt certification (GE internal applicants only)Some college or two-year technical degree preferred

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Lead Finance Specialist - Controllership Operations
Business:
GE Oil & Gas
Function:
Finance
Role Summary/Purpose:
This position is the key lead responsible in driving operational and financial controllership for the SKGE Joint Venture company.In this role, the operational controller will partner with the TMS APAC controllership team, work closely with regional finance & to drive controllership, finance and compliance leadership, instilling a strong controllership mindset.
Essential Responsibilities:
Partner GE O&G – TMS controllership team, work closely with region finance & key operational stakeholders to drive controllership involvement at the front end processes Detailed activities as follows –
• Drive operational continuous simplification & process improvement initiatives to maximize efficiencies; including operational processes;
• Support on growth initiatives with GE O&G-TMS region finance
• Provide & support commercial and operations leaders/teams to understand financial/accounting implications of transactions and other matters by providing GE expertise & technical accounting guidance on complex deals.
• Support on local issues resolution (for example: revenue recognition) & communication to GE O&G-TMS controllership.Responsible for the overall financial statements accuracy supporting both GE and SapuraKencana reporting requirements, including quarterly closing activities, financial reporting, representation letter, financial controls, account reconciliations, pre-close, balance sheet reviews, enterprise resource planning, etc. Ensure Controllership & Compliance of all Finance Activities & Documentation within Local Statutory & Taxes, SapuraKencana, GE & Business practices, policies & requirements.Drive SOX certification, improper payment compliance, internal audit, site risk assessment. Partner Global Operations Finance teams to drive greater stability and processes efficiency for business teams; help to transform the finance team for optimal operating structure.Serve as a “Change Agent” by influencing, communicating & institutionalizing a culture of simplification & standardization within finance and across relevant functions at touch-points.Build talent development for finance controllership team members.
Qualifications/Requirements:
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or FinanceAt least 5 to 10 years of experience in a financial position
Desired Characteristics:
FMP/CAS graduate (GE employee only)Positive attitude & ‘can-do’ approach; bring proactiveness, energy, passion & risk mindsetAdaptable/Flexible : being open to changes in response to new information, different or unexpected, and/or to work in ambiguous situationsIntegrity: accepting & adhering to high moral, ethical and personal values in decisions, communications, actions & when dealing with others.Able to anticipate, identify, and resolve complex financial and process issuesDemonstrated ability to clearly communicate complex issues across a broad audienceDemonstrated interpersonal and team leadership skills Solid accounting knowledge, good understanding of processes, systems and ERP functionality (Oracle) Prior experience (preferred) in regional Asia finance environment, for example foreign currencies, international taxes, statutory reporting etc

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