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Assembly and Test Technician At Baker Hughes In Talegaon

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Location: Talegaon

Company: Baker Hughes

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Our team works with state-of-the-art sensors and measurement technologies that are designed to help you ensure your machinery is performing at its peak. Backed by decades of industry experience from pioneering brands, our products deliver the accurate and reliable data you need to optimize your processes and make composed decisions.

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In the role of Assembly and FAT Technician (Factory Acceptance Testing), in the Pune Cabinet Shop, you will assemble, test finished cabinet assemblies/Flow cells and perform functional tests on installed equipment for customers

As an Assembly and Test Technician, you will be responsible for:

  • Performing inspection of purchased parts, materials, components, and equipment 
  • Determining and executing the methods, sequences, and procedures necessary for work completion 
  • Working from engineering drawings, sketches, data sheets, specifications, and computers
  • Using a variety of tools, and follow processes to produce defect-free work 
  • Testing finished electrical cabinet assemblies (i.e. read and understand wiring diagrams, end to end wiring tests, mechanical layout checks, Insulation resistance and continuity tests)
  • Performing Functional tests on installed equipment and Setting up customer computers and associated networks
  • Updating technical and quality documentation and acting as technology resource for the production floor
  • Learning and use Six Sigma methodologies to enhance quality and efficiency
  • Testing monitoring systems (i.e. Bently Nevada 3500) which includes downloading configuration files, applying test signals
  • Executing factory acceptance test plans and recording test results and Frequently interface with customers during Factory Acceptance Tests
  • Assisting Project Engineers with changes to 3500 and S1 configurations and Witness Flow cell calibrations at designated vendor locations which will involve frequent traveling
  • Performing other duties as necessary to support Cabinet Shop team and Takes initiative to learn new skills, work effectively in a multi-team environment 

Fuel your passion

To be successful in this role you will:

  • Have an associate degree in Electronics from an accredited college or university or diploma with 3 years relevant electronics test experience and Minimum 6 months of experience in electronics trouble shooting and Cabinet Assembly
  • Have to work overtime, weekends, and holidays, as required
  • Have to work in a constant pushing, pulling, lifting, stretching, bending environment and other physical activities and be in a shop environment a minimum of 8 hours per day, primarily standing and sitting, as required
  • Have to lift objects weighing up to 25 kgs and Work in a constant pushing, pulling, lifting, stretching, bending and other physical activities
  • Have good knowledge of wiring diagrams, blueprints, or assembly prints and Self-starter with ability to work independently within defined work scope
  • Have an ability to work from assembly drawings, bills of material, specifications, and data sheets  and Strong passion for Safety and Quality, familiar with Local Area (Ethernet) Networks etc.

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