Gas Turbine Engineer - Instrumentation, Controls & Electrical
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
- The primary focus of the job will be consulting with Chevron business units for HDGT turnaround/outage/project planning, execution, and optimization to help Chevron win in any price environment.
- The role will require a growth mindset, will demand continuous improvement, and will require embracing new digital ways of working.
- Teaming across the enterprise and the ability to influence and drive winning outcomes that provide a compelling competitive advantage to Chevron and our partners.
- Demonstrating winning behaviors in all aspects of of aligning and inspiring, building relationships, growing capabilities, and delivering results.
- Undergraduate Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering or related technical field and 4 years of directly related experience, or a technical associates degree and 7 years of directly applicable experience.
- Experience with GT control systems (GE MKV, MKVI, MKVIe), exciters (EX2000, EX2100, EX2100e) and relay protection
- OEM or third-party GT Field Service or engineering experience with instrumentation, controls, and electrical.
- The candidate should be a credible GT ICE SME and have a prior work history with ICE HD GT field service planning, execution, and troubleshooting to the SME level.
- Advanced controls, instrumentation, electrical and generator engineering experience.
- Teaming and influential leadership: The candidate must be able to work effectively on a multidiscipline\multinational team. Ability to distribute, influence, and implement best practices across the enterprise to include Chevron Technical Center, Chevron Pipeline and Power, and supported Upstream and Downstream business units. Strong influential leadership and communication skills and behaviors are needed to be the credible technical leader that is desired for this role.
- Work Independently: Capable of handling multiple complex projects simultaneously with impacts across Chevron sites. The preferred candidate will need to be flexible with their working hours to accommodate communications with remote sites in different time zones on occasion. The preferred candidate must be willing to participate in the execution of outages at remote sites which may require several weeks to over a month away from the home office. The candidate may work with minimum supervision and sets their own priorities and schedules. They may give work direction to others or lead a small team. The candidate contributes to planning and completion of Chevron Pipeline and Power initiatives and proposes solutions to meet customer business goals.