Business Unit: Large Gas Turbines, Generators
Requisition Number: 228613
Primary Location: United States-Florida-Orlando
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Senior level
Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: 10%
- Integrated Piping and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
- Wiring Diagrams
- Integrated Customer Piping Connection Document
- Instrument, Valve, and Electrical Load Lists
- Seal Oil System design, hardware, and specifications
- Generator Gas Systems design, hardware, and specifications
- Generator Stator Water Cooling Systems design, hardware, and specifications
- Experience in Generator Auxiliaries Service Projects including upgrades to existing generator systems, equipment operation troubleshooting, and field support
- Knowledge of Reference Designs for Generator Fluid Systems
- Knowledge of the Westinghouse and Siemens generator products and field engineering experience
- Attends project kick-off, engineering interface, and baseline meetings
- Creates and "owns" project specific P&IDs for the entire Generator package. This activity includes integrating the Generator auxiliary systems and Balance of Plant systems.
- Main design and/or design modification activities include design, review and approval of Generator Auxiliary Equipment, specifications and documentation
- Release activities for equipment purchase/procurement
- Development and review/approval of shop and field inspection, testing, installation, commissioning and troubleshooting documentation/procedures for generator mechanical auxiliary systems (i.e. Hydrogen Seal Oil, Seal Vacuum Treatment, Hydrogen Gas Supply, CO2 Supply/Expansion, Hydrogen Gas Dryer, Stator Water Cooling, Generator Condition Monitor, and Lube Oil)
- Completes Service Mods and Upgrades and Service R&D work to meet specified due dates and budgets
- Coordinates/integrates Generator package 2D design activities with the Controls and Electrical Disciplines
- Functions as Generator package initial point of Technical contact for 2D issues with Siemens Project Management, Customer, other disciplines, etc.
- Identifies and communicates risks and opportunities to PG SC AM COE Management
- Reviews the Checklists to ensure compliance of Generator Fluid Systems design to the contract and special requirements are incorporated
- Oversees the system and components development process. Identifies potential weak points and leads development of solutions based on engineering judgment, knowledge of the system functions and interfaces to other sub-systems, and inputs from Siemens experts, customer, suppliers and other systems partners.
- Works with drafting/detailer to create layouts associated with piping and wiring alterations to support service projects
- Releases assigned deliverables in the ERSR and ONE-P
- Participates in the lessons learned review process and ensures that necessary changes identified after project kickoff are assessed and applied to the project specific design
- Participates in back office and site readiness reviews as needed
- Performs project "closeout" activities (as built P&IDs, etc.)
- Creates engineering study reports for internal and external Customers
- Provides support to the Sales and Proposals teams for proposal generation and requirements review upon request.
- Attends Customer meetings in support of Generator Mods and Upgrades
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or a related field
- 15-20 years of engineering experience in Generator auxiliary systems and their interrelationships with other systems
- Knowledge of the KKS tagging system and its application
- Knowledge of document routing process utilizing Teamcenter
- Ability to communicate effectively to a technically diverse group of professionals (Mechanical, Electrical, Controls, Piping, Project Management, Buyers, 2D designers, Customers, etc.)
- Able to perform hand calculations for system requirements including fluid flow, heat transfer, auxiliary electrical loads, and equipment weights
- Familiarity with calculations of pipe sizing, pump sizing, pressure drop and selection of control valves
- Knowledge of North American codes and standards including ASME, ANSI, ASTM
- Ability to follow a wiring and logic diagrams
- Must have knowledge of the inter-relationships of the various engineering disciplines, and which groups are responsible for which parts of the design.
- Must be willing to travel on an as-needed basis to support external customer meetings and troubleshooting of Generator Auxiliary Equipment at Customer sites.
- Competitive compensation.
- Excellent health, vision, and dental plans with many options from which to choose.
- All employees receive Life Insurance, Short, and Long Term Disability coverage.
- 401k match dollar for dollar up to 6% of gross salary.
- Education reimbursement programs available.
- Extensive product training and professional career development.