Rotor blade intern
GE Renewable Energy
24 days ago
Job Description SummarySupport on design engineering for blade component of next generation turbines development including participation in all steps of part development: requirement collection, conceptual and detailed design and specification and reports creation.
He/She will work in the Engineering Rotor Team focused on blade aerodynamics analysis (aerofoils, aero performance, acoustics, and stability) from the early design stage till the completion of the component certification
He/She will support on design, process, validation and installation processes of next generation blades
He/She will be responsible for creating engineering documents such as component characteristics/requirements, design instructions, service guidelines, etc.
He/She will participate in DFMEA sessions
He/She will also collaborate with Services and Customer Engineering teams
Qualifications / Requirements:
Degree focused in Aeronautical or Industrial Engineering or equivalent knowledge or experience
Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree program at an accredited university
Analytic skills and experience with programming languages such as Python or Matlab.
English language intermediate level (Spanish -as a plus)
If contracted in Spain:
Non-national candidates are responsible to know the minimum documentation requirements to be able to be contracted in country: NIE- Social Security Affiliation Number in Spain (NAF) and Bank Account in Spain. They must be in possession of them at the time of start hiring. GE will not sponsor this requirement.
Great time and activities management
Skills to effectively priorities tasks
Excellent communication skills
Ability to work in a multicultural team environment
GE Renewable Energy is one of the world's leading offshore wind energy companies, with a portfolio of offshore wind turbines ranging from 6 MW to 14 MW that offer increased value to customers with proven performance, reliability, efficiency and availability.
We have invested more than $400 million to develop the Haliade-X, an investment that will also drive down offshore wind farms’ levelized cost of energy, helping make offshore wind energy more competitive for our customers. The Haliade-X was the industry’s first 14MW offshore wind turbine to operate, and is the only 12+MW offshore wind turbine platform that has been operating for over two years, specifically at its Rotterdam prototype site.
Relocation Assistance Provided: No