GE offers a great work environment and challenging careers. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer for all, including minorities, women, protected veterans and disabled. The Production Optimization Engineer will be responsible for working with customers and members of the Production Optimization Group in the identification and support of implementation or production enhancing opportunities, expense monitoring, and optimization as well as economic value-adding projects and solutions. The role also will provide technical and surveillance support to the Production Optimization Group.
GE has opened its Global Wind Turbine Drivetrain Repair Innovation Lab in New York State. The facility at the site of the company’s Power Generation Repair Technology Center in Albany is equipped with “advanced technologies to support fast development and innovation for repairs to the wind turbine’s gearbox and rotor”, GE said.
The “Internet of Things” — technologists’ vision of a network of billions of connected devices — has attracted the attention of tech giants including Cisco, Intel and General Electric, all of whom have internal business units dedicated to building the infrastructure for that network.
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