Field Service Engineer - Engineer in Traning (EIT) with nuclear expertise
Business Unit: Power and Gas
Requisition Number: 238796
Primary Location: United States-Florida-Orlando
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: Technical Diploma
Travel Required: 70%
Siemens is a global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering
excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationally for more than
165 years. As a global technology company, Siemens is rigorously
leveraging the advantages that this setup provides. To tap business
opportunities in both new and established markets, the Company is
organized in seven Divisions: Power and Gas, Power Generation Services,
Energy Management, Building Technologies, Digital Factory, Process
Industries and Drives, and Financial Services.
Siemens is the leading service partner for ensuring high reliability and
optimal performance of rotating power equipment within the utility, oil &
gas, and industrial processing industries worldwide – as well as for wind
turbines. Siemens’ extensive national network of service technicians is able
to quickly and comprehensively offer expert service to maximize the
lifecycle of power generation equipment, helping to ensure reliability and
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What is the Engineer in Training Program?
The Engineer in Training (EIT) Program positions you to be a Field Service Engineer who travels to power plants across the U.S. In this role, you will be responsible for maintenance and upgrades to some of the largest and most powerful electrical generation machinery in the world including gas turbines, steam turbines and generators. The 12-month training program combines comprehensive coursework and hands-on training at Siemens facilities in Orlando, Houston, and Pittsburgh. You will also experience on-the-job training as a member of one of our field teams that work at power plants across the U.S.
Your responsibilities may include:
• supervising technicians and mechanics
• upgrading mechanical, electrical systems on turbine generators to increase power output and efficiency.
• collaborating with our worldwide engineering staff
• performing specialized mechanical and electrical testing
• analyzing equipment operation
You will work directly with our leading staff of engineers and educators, developing skills that include:
• equipment design and maintenance
• job site safety
• project management
• Siemens business systems
EIT program participants are full-time employees with full benefits. Upon successful completion of the program, you will be assigned and must be willing to live within 60 miles of Orlando, FL.
Program start date is July 8, 2019.
Who Should Apply?
We are looking for people who prefer hands-on work and are resourceful — true problem solvers who challenge themselves to find the most effective and efficient solutions to complex challenges. We provide a platform for those who want to have an impact on the future and contribute to the success of the company, our customers and the world.
To apply for the Engineer in Training Program, candidates must meet the following requirements:
• Majors: Engineering and Engineering Technology; a focus on Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace, Power, Marine, Facilities engineering, or Power Plant Technology disciplines is preferred.
• Or 8 years relevant experience in a technical leadership role in power plant or facilities maintenance and operation.
• Combination of degree and experience will be considered.
• Nuclear experienced highly preferred (nuclear power plants, nuclear Navy, etc).
• Graduation Date: Candidates must complete all degree requirements by the program state date.
• GPA: 2.8 (preferred)
• Relocation and Travel: Candidates must be willing to relocate. Candidates for this position should expect to work away from their home location an average of 200-250 days per year. Individual assignments are typically 2 to 10 weeks in duration. When on assignment, working schedules are typically 10-12 hours per day, 6-7 days per week.
• Work Authorization: Permanent work authorization in the U.S. is required
Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States. Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.