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Offers “Siemens”

Expires soon Siemens

Technical Field Assistant

  • Internship
  • Orlando ( Orange )
  • Energy / Materials / Mechanics

Job description



TFA Competencies and Task

An Engineer/technician providing TFA renders technical advice and guidance and makes recommendations at the Project Site based on Siemens Gamesa’ procedures and drawings during erection and installation of Wind Turbine Generators

TFA roles, responsibilities divided by activities. Please note, that this list represents the more important aspects of a successful TFA. The TFA should be present for the first 10 assemblies to verify that these activities are being performed correctly by the contractor. Upon noticing significant crew turnover, either by Siemens Gamesa, the BOP, or the Client, a supplemental page turn will be performed for the affected crew and a review of the effected assembly on no fewer than 3 of the assembly unit involved



Basic Core Competencies and Responsibilities

Knowledge of basic electrical troubleshooting

Ability to maintain professional relationships with both client and BOP.

Daily log taking.

Intimate knowledge of Siemens Gamesa specialty equipment:

Blade Yoke

Blade Clamper

Cabling Equipment

Specialty Rigging

Blade Belts/Socks

Temporary Installation Equipment

Crane

Turning Gear

Manual Yaw

Turbine Brakes

Ability to operate independently in remote locations, without direct supervision.



Offloading at site

Assist QA in performing receiving inspections.

Organize and deliver BOLs (bills of lading) to the Site Manager

Assist in coordinating deliveries to specific pads.

Ensure that all activities are in accordance with Siemens Gamesa instructions and drawings.

TFA should be present for first ‘critical lifts’ for all components.



Foundation

Ensure that the foundation is suitable for placement of tower

Shims are correctly placed.

Holes for conduit/cables are in correct location.

Foundation bolts are properly installed and treated.

Ensure that all activities are in accordance with Siemens Gamesa instructions and drawings.



Setting of Power Unit

Ensure that all activities are in accordance with Siemens Gamesa instructions and drawings.

Ensure that the power unit is mounted, placed, and sealed correctly.



Erection

Ensure that all activities are in accordance with Siemens Gamesa instructions and drawings.

TFA should be present for first ‘critical lifts’ for all components.

Troubleshoot 110Vac lights/outlets as necessary.

Ensure all Siemens Gamesa provided equipment is functioning properly (i.e. 690Vac generator).



Mounting of Nacelle on Tower

Ensure that all activities are in accordance with Siemens Gamesa instructions and drawings.

TFA should be present for first ‘critical lifts’ for all components.

Troubleshoot 110Vac lights/outlets as necessary.

Ensure that all temporary turbine systems are operating correctly.

Should be performed during nacelle preparation to identify and correct problems in a timely manner.



Rotor Assembly

Ensure that all activities are in accordance with Siemens Gamesa instructions and drawings.

TFA should be present for first ‘critical lifts’ for all components.

Ensure all Siemens Gamesa provided equipment is functioning properly.

Pitch Pump

Pitch Box

690Vac generator (if Siemens Gamesa supplied)

Blade Yoke

Ensure blade tensioning is being performed correctly (in conjunction with QA rotor inspections).



Mounting of Rotor

Ensure that all activities are in accordance with Siemens Gamesa instructions and drawings.

TFA should be present for first ‘critical lifts’ for all components.

Troubleshoot 110Vac lights/outlets as necessary.

Ensure that all temporary turbine systems are operating correctly.



Cabling

Ensure that all activities are in accordance with Siemens Gamesa instructions and drawings.

Troubleshoot 110Vac lights/outlets as necessary.

Ensure that all temporary turbine systems are operating correctly.

Ensure that crews have the appropriate electrical documentation, and know how to interpret them.

Required Education and skills :

High school diploma/GED

Preferred Education and experience:

5 yrs post high school in technical role

3 yrs post vocational/technical certification or degree

1 yr Wind Turbine erection/commissioning experience

Software: MS suite (Excel, Word, Outlook), PDF

Associates degree

Journeyman-Electrician or Millwright

Military - Aircraft mechanic/gas turbine/steam turbine/electrohydraulic mechanics

Wind Tech school

Vocational electrician/welder/advanced auto repair

2 yrs international experience in a technical role

Organization: Siemens Energy

Company: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Inc.

Experience Level: Experienced Professional

Job Type: Full-time

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