Stator Core Builder 2nd shift

About the Role

United States of America
North Carolina

  • Country/Region: United States of America
  • State/Province/County: North Carolina
  • City: Charlotte

Gas Services
Business Unit
Full / Part time
Experience Level
Early Professional

A Snapshot of Your Day

Manager to complete- Describe in a short, transparent paragraph what a day in the life of this role might look like:

  • Employee will begin each day with a safety briefing and morning huddle that will discuss job assignments.
  • Employee will work on wiring of both our Baukasten generators or TLRI generators.
  • If others need his assistance, the employee will provide direction to contractors or workers that don’t have his welding expertise.
  • The employee will verify the work as he goes by electronically filling out quality instruction sheets.
  • The employee will enter in quality notifications for any materials that are not to drawing.
  • The employee will let the supervisor, planner or ME know if they are missing any critical components.
  • The employee will clean up at the end of his shift and pass instructions on to the oncoming shift.

How You’ll Make an Impact

      You may also be used to weld generator or exciter parts in other areas.

  • Develop Standard Operating Procedure documents for welding tasks
  • Provide feedback to engineering on how to make the drawings clearer as well as correct any missing or incorrect information.
  • Fill out all quality instruction sheets for the welding performed.

      If the welders don’t have specific welding jobs to perform, they will need to be able to work and assist our other workers in stators or other areas.

What You Bring 

      We need an employee that is extremely proficient and reading and understanding welding drawings.

      We need you to always look after your safety as well as all others working around you.

      We need for you to bring drive and initiative to work efficiently.

      Perform a wide variety of welding required to weld the Generator core to frame/bedplate and to weld the Generator to the rail car. 

      Become familiar with all tools and equipment for core assembly.  Build and assemble complete cores, torque and tension bolts, and hardware per drawings. 

      Set up and operate welding equipment to perform GMAW. 

      Set up and operate air-arc and manual burning equipment. 

      Fabricate single item part pieces and non-permanent part pieces.

About the Team

Through our Generation division, we enhance and innovate conventional and renewable power supply. Currently, we're reducing carbon emissions of existing assets and developing technologies that transform power generation applications.

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Who is Siemens Energy?

At Siemens Energy, we are more than just an energy technology company. We meet the growing energy demand across 90+ countries while ensuring our climate is protected. With more than 92,000 dedicated employees, we not only generate electricity for over 16% of the global community, but we’re also using our technology to help protect people and the environment.

Our global team is committed to making sustainable, reliable, and affordable energy a reality by pushing the boundaries of what is possible. We uphold a 150-year legacy of innovation that encourages our search for people who will support our focus on decarbonization, new technologies, and energy transformation.

Our Commitment to Diversity

Lucky for us, we are not all the same. Through diversity we generate power. We run on inclusion and our combined creative energy is fueled by over 130 nationalities. Siemens Energy celebrates character – no matter what ethnic background, gender, age, religion, identity, or disability. We energize society, all of society, and we do not discriminate based on our differences.


  • Career growth and development opportunities
  • Supportive work culture
  • Company paid Health and wellness benefits
  • Paid Time Off and paid holidays
  • 401K savings plan with company match
  • Family building benefits
  • Parental leave
  • Plant incentive not guaranteed, but up to 6%

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  • 3-5 years of vocational technical welding training required. 
  • Must provide general guidance to others and train other employees
  • Key Working Relationships: Frequent inter-organizational and external contacts
  • Must be able to successfully demonstration of Key Responsibilities and Knowledge as presented above.
  • Must be able to pass the following welding qualification tests.  GMAW 6G Butt Joint Open Root & 5F Fillet, both to the ISO standard.
  • Must complete standard aptitude tests. SMAW and GTAW certifications are required to make it through the progression steps.
·         HS diploma or equivalent.  Specialized skill training/certification may be required.
Working knowledge and positive experience working in diverse teams

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