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This is an exciting opportunity for someone interested in Combined Cycle Power Plant Design. You will have the opportunity to develop expertise in the areas of CC thermodynamic cycles, power plant equipment design, and CC plant operation. This position also will allow the individual to develop a better knowledge of gas turbine and steam turbine technology.
In addition, you will:
Provide combined cycle performance and plant application engineering information to meet specific market opportunities as well as support projects from the initial proposal phase through the plant commercial operation
Be responsible for developing critical proposal information for extended scope combined cycle bids, including output, heat rate, and emissions guarantees
As a key technical lead, be required to coordinate proposal deliverables with the entire ITO team, including Commercial operations, Power Plant Engineering, PGT Application Engineering, Partners, etc.
Develop standard and proposal specific thermodynamic models using the approved thermal modeling software, currently GateCycle (the models will be used for generating guarantee performance and combined cycle heat balances for our customers)
Prepare technical documentation of the basis of combined cycle guarantees, partner agreements, and performance risk
Prepare power plant system and equipment definition and specifications in support of Engineering and purchasing
Execute performance evaluations on critical items, such as the HRSG, making sure that the purchased equipment fully meets GE's performance expectations
Periodically support customer and vendor meetings
Work with Energy Services on developing performance test procedures and provide support and evaluation for performance testing of GE combined cycle plants
Support development and maintenance of critical engineering software tools used in supporting proposals and requisitions
Significant engagement in groups Six Sigma and process improvement initiatives will be expected
Provide technical consultation to various Marketing and International organizations on combined cycle power plants
Bachelors of Science Degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering from an accredited college or university
Minimum of 5 years of related Engineering work
Green Belt certified (GE employees only)
Additional Eligibility Qualifications
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
Background in Power Plant Component Thermal Analysis
Master’s Degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering from an accredited college or university
Visual Basic for Applications Programming Experience
GateCycle & CycleLink Software Experience
Gas Turbine experience
Black Belt Certified (GE employees only)
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