GE

GE brings to market innovative solutions that deliver essential energy, healthcare and transportation infrastructure. We work with the highest integrity, compliance culture and respect for human rights while also reducing the impact of our technology and environmental footprint.

GE Baden, Aargau, Switzerland
Oct 07, 2019
Internship- Paid
Role Summary: The Environmental Health and Safety department fosters a culture that promotes the safety and wellness of our employees; protects the environment; ensures compliance; delivers value to our business, customers and communities; enhances GE’s reputation and distinguishes us as a socially responsible company.  For this role we are looking for a candidate to join our company as of November 2019 for 1 year. Essential Responsibilities: This internship involves assisting the EHS Department in all aspects of the global environmental, health and safety management. This will include, but is not limited to the following: Preparing for EHS Management system audits Reviewing, updating and posting various EHS programs, policies and training materials Managing projects as assigned by the EHS Leader, such as digitalization initiatives, risk assessment, cost reduction, ECO inventory, global waste mapping and various others Perform routine data / trend analysis, research, and presentations related to EHS performance Complete assigned EHS tasks and other administrative duties, including special internship projects and presentations Assisting management in accident investigations to determine root causes and the implementation of corrective actions Qualifications/Requirements: University degree in Environmental Health & Safety or equivalent knowledge / experience English spoken and written at professional level Valid Swiss or EU work permit Desired Characteristics: Digital mind-set Strong knowledge of Excel and other MS Office products An analytic approach to problem-solving Willingness and ability to learn from others Excellent interpersonal skills Desire to work in a fast-paced ever-changing environment Strong commitment to career in Environmental Health and Safety Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GE Rock River, Wyoming, United States
Oct 07, 2019
Role Summary: The Wind Energy Lead Technician at High Plains Wind Farm in Rock River, WY will be responsible for the operations, maintenance, and warranty repair of wind turbine generators. You will oversee contractual obligations and activities, working closely with project owners and various customers on a daily basis. You will also perform all mechanical and electrical component maintenance, repair, and replacement of parts to correct malfunctions. Essential Responsibilities: As the Wind Energy Lead Technician at High Plains Wind Farm, you will: Oversee contractual obligations and activities, working closely with project owners and various customers on a daily basis, including any portion of the electrical and mechanical equipment used in wind turbines Be responsible for subordinate employee classifications which include maintenance mechanics, technicians, and operators Troubleshoot complicated mechanical and electrical problems including: variable pitch systems, variable speed control systems, and components Perform all mechanical and electrical component maintenance, repair, and replacement of parts to correct malfunctions Perform a variety of administrative duties as well as be responsible for EHS (Environmental Health and Safety) and other relevant compliance Assist with staffing requirements, counseling, coaching, training, and corrective action concerning employees and contractors Assist with performance evaluations for subordinate employee per management instructions Help in all areas of facility operations as directed by manager Assist with Profit & Loss (P&L) reporting responsibilities and responsible for spare parts inventory Qualifications/Requirements: High School Diploma / GED Minimum of 1 year of leadership experience ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Ability and willingness to possess and maintain a valid driver’s license Ability and willingness to handle repetitive weight - 50 lbs Ability and willingness to climb towers up to 300 feet Ability and willingness to work in all weather conditions Ability to meet specific OSHA weight limits of 250 to 300lbs max Ability to read and understand electrical schematic drawings Ability and willingness to read, interpret technical manuals, procedures, and regulations Ability to write reports, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure Ability and willingness to work in range of environments to include but not limited to industrial facilities, manufacturing facilities, and power industry facilities Ability and willingness to be available for rotation shift schedules 24 hours, seven days a week Desired Characteristics: Bachelor’s Degree in a Technical, Electrical, or Electronics field from an accredited college or university Technical Certification in Wind Energy or Electrical / Electronic field Advanced computer skills utilizing word processing, spreadsheet processing, e-mail programs, facility control and management systems, and computer diagnostic and troubleshooting tools Wind turbine experience Wind facility operations experience and wind turbine experience My learning High Voltage Tests such as: GEE-PROD-W025-WIND - 2.20 Substations and Transformers / GEE-PROD-W026-WIND - 2.21 Padmount Transformer Switching / GEE-PROD-W027-WIND - 2.23 Substation & Interconnect Switching (GE Employees Only) Advanced electrical, mechanical, and/or hydraulic experience Experience using hydraulic power tools Ability and willingness to take initiative and work without direct supervision Experience with heavy equipment required for facility maintenance with a working knowledge of crane and rigging requirements Comprehensive writing skills to meet contractual reporting obligations, as required Ability to work with a wide variety of personnel at all levels inside and outside of the Wind Farm Strong interpersonal and leadership skills Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com
GE Marlborough, Massachusetts, USA
Oct 07, 2019
Full time
GE Healthcare  BioPharma Role Summary : The Senior Manager, Environmental Programs will provide strategic direction to establish deliver and maintain the procedures, guidance and tools necessary to enable Biopharma sites and service sites. This role will report to the Biopharma EHS Executive, leading the Sites and Service leaders to provide operational support, identify and address opportunities to make the necessary improvements and promote a positive EHS culture across Biopharma. Essential Responsibilities : GE employees may be considered for this role. Candidates should note that this role will be in scope for the proposed transition of GE Biopharma to Danaher and will transfer to Danaher at close of this transaction.  Provide strategic direction for the organization and lead transfer-of-work activities required to effectively transition from GEHC EHS processes and enable a New Company. Promote a positive EHS culture at all levels of the organization by providing leadership and technical expertise for Environmental Programs. Owner of Environmental applicable Core Requirements (CR’s) and Technical Standards, and corresponding Framework elements; Revising documents as needed to reflect business needs and changes in applications. Owner of Environmental applicable EHS Framework sub-elements, libraries and supporting web pages. Partner with Leadership and EHS functions to drive EHS culture and compliance; validate compliance through the Business Level Auditing process. Engage with key stakeholders, customers, and other organizations to create, drive, and report on Biopharma’s environmental sustainability strategies. Establish and maintain professional network/participation with standards organizations. Monitor relevant standards and regulatory intelligence to determine impact on environmental programs. Define and establish customer base and implement mechanisms for communication. Collaborate with Governance, H&S, Sites and Services leaders to provide or improve procedures, guidance and tools; Focus on improvements to digitalize or otherwise simplify program execution Provide expert technical services as needed to support Biopharma Legal, Brownfields, Real Estate Transactions or other business projects.  Provide technical and strategic support to Biopharma sites impacted with contamination due to legacy site operations, including all financial requirements. Participate with relevant organizations to provide input on, and stay current on status of, environmental protection standards and recommendations; Monitor legislative/regulatory developments and respond in the interests of business partners Execute to projects and priorities as defined Qualifications/Requirements : Bachelor’s Degree in EHS related discipline with considerable Environmental experience or equivalent knowledge or experience Significant experience working with both site and service organizations globally Demonstrated experience with Environmental regulations and program management Ability to engage effectively with external stakeholders, including investors and customers, on our overall EHS and Sustainability program Excellent communications skills, including writing and speaking Demonstrated ability to organize, motivate and lead teams, drive change and interact cross-functionally Ability to manage multiple diverse priorities effectively Ability to travel domestically and internationally (35% travel) Ability to communicate using English Applications from job seekers who require sponsorship to work in the UK are welcome and will be considered alongside all other applications. However, non-EU/EEA candidates may not be appointed to a post if a suitably qualified, experienced and skilled EU/EEA candidate is available to take up the post, as the employing body is unlikely, in these circumstances, to satisfy the Resident Labour Market Test. For further information please visit the UK Border Agency website http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/visas-immigration/working Additional Eligibility Requirement: GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a drug screen (as applicable). Desired Characteristics : Demonstrated compliance leadership experience and understanding of global cultures Environmental Compliance experience with demonstrated capability of learning requirements and applying this experience internationally Proven managerial/leadership skills with work planning, delegating & evaluating Demonstrated expertise to effectively communicate within all levels of the organization around EHS concepts Demonstrated collaboration, negotiation, conflict resolution & interpersonal skills Proven mentoring and coaching abilities; demonstrated ability to motivate & inspire others Ability to make decisions, even when under pressure & take ownership for assigned projects and programs Working knowledge of Gensuite EHS Management System OSHA VPP & ISO & External Regulatory Auditing experience Remember to say you found this opportunity at EnvironmentalCareer.com