Technical Resources Leader

Role Summary: The Technical Resources Leader will be involved with the engineering associated with the manufacturing process. Department has a leading role in knowledge management. Decides about knowledge management. Stimulates sharing of knowledge. Develops training, delivers it and sees into a proper roll out. Essential Responsibilities: Additionally, as the Technical Resources Leader, Key responsibilities will include: For controlled titles that require approval by Chief Engineer This is reserved for the very selected top expert engineers and should not be used without specific consent Develops action plans and research planning based on a year Manufacturing losses - Root cause and Corrective action Lead technical development for New Process / Product Introduction Contributes to business programs of a considerable part of a function or a business unit and to midterm plans Define and control production process including tooling and equipment Owns the Technical Skills Matrix and drives the knowledge Transfer Plan Validate design specifications and shop floor application of new product, tools, or equipment Provides leadership and technical guidance to Manufacturing / Process Engineers Applies existing technologies, approaches, methodologies in new combinations to design new products, systems or processes Presents projects plans, technical road maps, risks and recommendations to senior business leaders (EB and SEB) within technical space and occasionally to senior leaders in partner technical teams Communicates solutions across own function and with cross-functional partner organizations Qualifications/Requirements: Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college Minimum of 5 years of experience as a Principal Manufacturing Engineer OR Minimum of 7 years of experience in Production Process and Equipment Desired Characteristics: Strong oral and written communication skills Strong interpersonal and leadership skills Demonstrated ability to analyze and resolve problems Demonstrated ability to lead programs / projects Ability to document, plan, market, and execute programs Established project management skills At GE is one of the largest employers in the U.S., with its global headquarters based in Fairfield, CT and 134,000 U.S. employees as of the end of 2012. Our facilities range from Thomas Edison's original factory in Schenectady, New York, where over a thousand employees work today to build the latest generation of steam turbines and generators, to a GE Aviation plant in Durham, North Carolina, where hundreds of employees will make fuel-efficient, advanced technology jet engines. These locations exemplify an industrial renaissance that is happening in the U.S., driven by advanced manufacturing techniques, ground-up innovation, supporting thousands of new jobs, and making products for export. Want to be part of the renaissance? Join us today. The GE Aviation plant in Madisonville, Kentucky, is a Turbine Airfoils plant that supports GE Aviation by manufacturing high pressure turbine airfoils (blades and vanes). This facility was established in 1971 by Ballast and converted to Aircraft Engines in late 1979, early 1980. The Madisonville Plant's workforce consists of 850 employees with an annual Output exceeding $335M. Madisonville is one of 10 Kentucky cities that ranked in the United States-wide listing for prime corporate expansion. Recent revitalization efforts have allowed us access to high tech Learn more about our town!
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Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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