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Posted by GE Nuclear Energy (GENE) on July 24, 2006 at 08:30:23:
Come work for GE's fastest growing business! GE Nuclear Energy (GENE) provides technology-based products and services for Boiling Water Reactor (BWR) and Advanced BWR (ABWR) nuclear power plants. GENE is seeking a Facilities Engineer (Electrical), job #534082, for our Wilmington, North Carolina headquarters.
As the Facilities Engineer you will be responsible for providing the Electrical Engineering expertise for our site facilities and site maintenance projects. You will provide site wide electrical engineering expertise. You will coordinate all electrical facilities related activities for the Wilmington site. Your key areas of responsibility will include operation, maintenance, and expansion of the site electrical distribution system. You will consult with vendors as required to maintain and repair electrical equipment. You will design and install simple to complex projects involving plant equipment, HVAC, utilities, buildings, and grounds. You will assist local contractor for on site facilities related work. You will provide timely support for all functional business units on the Wilmington campus. You will provide electrical engineering expertise to the site’s hourly electrical teams. You will lead the site’s electrical cost savings and the greenhouse gas reduction initiative.
In order to be considered for the Facilities Engineer role, you must have a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. You must have experience in facilities engineering, construction, or consulting engineering. You must have solid technical, analytical, and diagnostic skills. You must have excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as project management and computer proficiency. You must have a working knowledge of AutoCAD. You must be knowledgeable of the requirements OSHA and the National Electrical Code. You must be willing to be on call 24 x 7 in the event of a major site electrical problem. You must have a minimum 5 years experience with the operation and maintenance of medium voltage distribution systems.
You must submit your application for employment through http://www.gecareers.com to be considered. The job number for this position is 534082. If you would like to email your resume, the address is firstname.lastname@example.org. For best results, cut-and-paste your resume into the body of the email and include the job number in the subject line of your email.
In order to be considered, you must be 18 years or older, willing to take a drug test and submit to a background investigation as part of the selection process. You must have unrestricted authorization to work in the United States. If currently a GE employee, you must have been in your current position for at least 12 months and have at least a satisfactory performance rating. If you are not a citizen of the US, you must be authorized by the US Department of Energy and US Department of Commerce, to receive disclosure of certain technical information, prior to being hired to work in the nuclear business.
Traits which are desired are Six Sigma Green Belt Certification (GE Employees only), and be a licensed Professional Engineer. Also desired is a familiarity with GE medium voltage switchgear, transformers, and MCC's., as well as a familiarity with state and local building and fire codes. An ability to identify and implement cost reduction strategies based upon measurement data and technical expertise is desirable. Demonstrated high energy and the ability to energize others is desired. A demonstrated acceptance and adherence to high ethical, moral and personal values in decisions, communications, actions and when dealing with others will ensure success at GE. An ability to inspire others to achieve stretch targets is desired as well.
A legacy of delivering on commitments, tenacity with a complex problem and a proven track record of overcoming obstacles is helpful. The ability to quickly sort relevant information from irrelevant information and make good decisions when information is scarce or unavailable is important. You should have a demonstrated ability to deal effectively with complex, ambiguous and contradictory alternatives, and a demonstrated ability to work well with teams of diverse people, diverse ideas, in a cross-functional team environment. You should also be able to develop credibility with employees, manager and peers.
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