Technical Documentation Specialist

Job Description

Organization: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
Business Unit: Onshore
Requisition Number: 243984
Primary Location: United States-Florida-Orlando
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Entry level
Education Required Level: Associate's Degree / College Diploma
Travel Required: 15%

Job Description:

Position Overview:

Leading the way forward in the renewable energy sector, Siemens Gamesa provides cleaner, more reliable and more affordable wind power. Our scale, global reach and proven track record ensure that we will play a central role in shaping the energy landscape of the future. Our Onshore North America Technical Office, under the New Units Projects organization, is looking for a talented individual with a Technical and Project Management background to join our team who will be responsible for Assembly Engineer for all platforms in Projects.



  • The Assembly Engineer is responsible for the successful management and distribution of the assembly documentation of SGRE turbines, both new and existing models, for ON North America Projects.  Role involves close collaboration and coordination with Corporate Technical Office, Technology, Engineering, Manufacturing, Logistics, Construction, Procurement, Sales, Quality and Service organizations and directly with each one of the site management teams.

  • Serve as liaison between wind farms corporate tech office to properly elevate and request correction to documentation.

  • Understand, prepare & update the training material for contractors, customers and site personnel.

  • Understand and prepare documentation updates for tolling and tooling updates

  • Manage and track the dispersion of updated documentation to wind farms, customers and sub-contractors

  • Ensure the latest revision of documents are available and organized in a logical user-friendly manner to each site.
  • Track RFI’s response time from tech office to site and from corporate to tech office when tech office requests their support.
  • Update the wind farm web sites (distribution method of information).
  • Able to use the engineering training/background to make efficient and safe executive decisions.
  • Assist in evaluation of implementation of corporate designed procedures for local market implementation or present improvements ideas based on the market capabilities and needs.

  • Support Project Manager, Project Engineer and Tool Centers for a specific project ensuring all related deliverables are completed on time and in the safest way possible.

  • Evaluate the options of improving procedures that can streamline the assembly process on site with a view of global implementation.

  • Support Sales & Operations Planning and Sales Teams during the bidding process for Projects in regard to current assembly plan.

  • Perform lessons learned sessions and collect feedback from projects with the first product implementation and identify actions for the further improvement in the design, logistics, manufacturing and construction.

  • Update monthly KPIs related to the active projects and initiatives and provide monthly updates for the Onshore North America Project Upper Management and CEO of North America.

  • Support Project teams for the definition of the site parts, spare parts, alternative parts that are applicable to the platform.

  • Assist with modification and creation of work instructions.


Required Knowledge/Skills, Experience, and Education:

  • 2+ year of experience working in Design Engineering, Project Management and/or Quality

  • Ability to perform detailed root cause analysis on quality issues

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering required preferably a degree in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering.  MS/MBA preferred.

  • Strong communication skills

  • Strong MS Office (word, power point, excel) skills required.

  • Strong Catia skill preferred and CAD skills required

  • Estimated 10-20% travel.

  • Proven experience in working fast paced, high visibility environment.

  • Proven team player and collaborator with all levels of staff

  • Wind Power Industry and product experience is preferred.

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