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Control Field Services Engineer Jobs at GE Energy
« on: Feb 23, 2011, 09:19 PM »
GE is a global energy, technology infrastructure, finance and media company taking on the world’s toughest challenges. GE Energy, a subsidiary of GE is currently recruiting for the following position(s)

Job Title:  Control Field Services Engineer
Job Number: 1322611
Career Level:   Experienced
Function: Services
Function Segment: Field Services
Business: GE Energy
Business Segment: Energy - Oil & Gas
Location: Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Relocation Assistance   Yes

Role Summary/Purpose: As a Field Service Engineer, you will be an expert in rotating equipment and focused on site activities management such as planning, manpower resources/tools assignment and technical assistance to complete the work scope according to the contractual requirements.

Essential Responsibilities   
As a specialist in control field service engineering, you will:
- Prepare field services jobs and interventions with the project managers based in the GE Oil & Gas offices.
- Supervise the installation, calibration and set up of instruments.
- Supervise cable laying, meggering and connection.
- Lead and execute loop check and commissioning phase, performing the functional tests.
- Lead and execute unit start-up and performance tests.
- Assist Start-up Engineer during the commissioning phase ensuring proper and safe operation of the machine by evaluating the running parameters and troubleshoot control system problem as they arise.
- Write accurate professional reports, acting as single point of contact between Customers and GE Oil & Gas Headquarter concerning technical issues and interfacing with all involved functions

Qualifications/Requirements:   In order to succeed in this role, you must have:
- Engineering Degree or relevant industry experience in a similar role..
- Minimum 5 years of related working experience in Oil & Gas industry within maintenance or installation field activities.
- Strong knowledge on rotating equipment installation/maintenance and/or control philosophy of Gas Turbines OR Centrifugal Compressors, OR Reciprocating Compressors, OR Steam Turbines and their auxiliaries (lube oil system, fuel gas system, seal gas system, steam system etc…)
- Ability to understand and implement mechanical drawings (section dwg; construction dwg; P&ID; alignment specification, flushing/blowing procedure; piping specification; wiring diagram, etc…)
- Excellent English fluency both spoken and written.
- Availability to frequent travels worldwide up to 70%-80% of the time (on and off-shore).
- Strong analytic and problem solving skills together with good interpersonal & organizational skills.

Desired Characteristics   
- Good experience in HGPI and major inspection or modular/engine exchange activities.
- Strong analytic and problem solving skills.
- Good interpersonal & organizational skills.
- Very sound Computer and software skills will be a plus.
- Self starter & Team player.

For more information and application: Port Harcourt Control Field Services Engineer Job

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Control Field Services Engineer Jobs at GE Energy
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Re: Control Field Services Engineer Jobs at GE Energy
« Reply #1 on: Feb 24, 2011, 11:45 PM »
Submit your application in time before the deadline. It is better. Good luck!

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Re: Control Field Services Engineer Jobs at GE Energy
« Reply #2 on: Mar 09, 2011, 05:47 PM »
This vacancy has not closed yet. Apply now.

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Re: Control Field Services Engineer Jobs at GE Energy
« Reply #3 on: Mar 15, 2011, 05:48 PM »
There is no deadline set for this job opportunity but it is better to apply as soon as possible because it can close anytime.

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Re: Control Field Services Engineer Jobs at GE Energy
« Reply #3 on: Mar 15, 2011, 05:48 PM »