Machine Operator Job - (midland, TX)

Job Number: Business: GE Oil and Gas Business Segment: Oil and Gas About Us: GE looks for innovation everywhere. For 130 years, GE has been at the forefront of innovation, but finding solutions to the worlds biggest problems has never been more important than right now. Join us today and become an essential part of the solution Not just imagining. Doing. GE works. Posted Position Title: Machine Operator Career Level: Experienced Function: Manufacturing Function Segment: Shop Operations United States U.S. State, China or Canada Provinces: Texas Postal Code: Role Summary/Purpose: GE is an equal opportunity employer, offering a great work environment, challenging career opportunities, professional training and competitive compensation. Essential Responsibilities: In addition, you will: :Set up and operate machines :Perform minor preventive maintenance on machines :Be responsible for operating / maintaining other machines and equipment :Inspect and measure machined work pieces to verify conformance to specifications :Transport equipment into shop for dismantling and cleaning :Complete shipping and receipt paperwork when equipment arrives or leaves the yard :Be responsible for daily inspections of shop equipment :Keep all working areas and equipment safe and free of debris and oil :Comply with all EHS requirements Qualifications/Requirements: :High School Diploma / GED ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: :Ability and willingness to work overtime, as required Additional Eligibility Qualifications: 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 background investigation and drug screen. Desired Characteristics: :Basic computer :Self:motivated and team player :Prior testing or electrical experience :Previous experience in the Oil industry To stay connected with exciting news and the latest job opportunities from GE AMSTC, Aviation, Energy Management, Oil and Gas, Power and Water and Transportation, follow us on twitter: geconnections Source:

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