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Lead Engineer / Technologist

GE Aviation Vandalia, OH

In addition you will: • Execute the design, analysis, and evaluation of assigned projects using sound engineering principles and adhering to… GE Aviation


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Advanced Lead Engineer / Technologist

GE Aviation Auburn, AL

In addition you will: • Execute and lead technical projects focused on improving Engineering and Manufacturing integration • Execute the… GE Aviation


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Lead Engineer/Technologist, Emissions

GE Aviation Cincinnati, OH

The Lead Engineer / Technologist will demonstrates leadership in communicating business goals,… GE Aviation


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Advanced Lead Engineer/Technologist

GE Aviation Cincinnati, OH

In addition, you will: • Exercise leadership in communicating business goals/programs/processes for an area or business segment • Utilize… GE Aviation


18 days ago

Advanced Lead Engineer / Technologist

GE Aviation Ellisville, MS

In addition, you will: • Execute the design, analysis, or evaluation of assigned projects using sound engineering principles and adhere to… GE Aviation


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Advanced Lead Engineer / Technologist

GE Aviation Madisonville, KY

In addition, you will: • Execute and lead technical projects focused on improving Engineering and Manufacturing integration • Execute the… GE Aviation


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Lead Engineer / Technologist

GE Aviation Evendale, OH

In addition you will: • Demonstrate leadership in communicating business goals, programs, and processes for an area or business segment… GE Aviation


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Lead Engineer/Technologist

GE Aviation Grand Rapids, MI

• Interact with various data sources (Oracle, Mysql, MS SQL, Access, Excel, team members, etc.) to effectively locate, analyze, and/or distribute the… GE Aviation


1 day ago

Lead Engineer / Technologist – new

GE Aviation Grand Rapids, MI

The initial assignment will be on the CLEEN project (optimization of Flight Management System design). In addition, you will: • Develop… GE Aviation


18 days ago

Advanced Lead Engineer/Technologist

GE Aviation Piedmont, SC

In addition you will: • Execute and lead technical projects focused on improving Engineering and Manufacturing integration • Execute the… GE Aviation


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    Lead Design Engineer

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    Former Employee - Lead Engineer  in  Lynn, MA
    Former Employee - Lead Engineer in Lynn, MA

    I worked at GE Aviation full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    GE Aviation offers a great possible breadth of work experience and internal training
    GE has tuition reimbursement for higher degrees
    The workplace is generally a meritocracy, with nearly all employees interested in doing their jobs well
    For a design engineer, there are a broad array of challenging parts that need to be designed

    Cons

    Department determines what type of work you get, there are good and bad departments
    Company has a huge amount of bureaucracy and some double work (engineers and drafters both make models)
    Workload is program dependent and management often puts in too short of a schedule, making it engineering's problem
    Crushing hours on some new product programs, 80-90 hrs/week at times with no bonuses or appreciation for exceptional effort
    Evendale, OH and Lynn, MA employees are compensated the same amount (cost of living much higher in Boston)
    Management stresses cost and schedule deliverable but does not place emphasis on employee development or job satisfaction

    I view GE as a very good place to work, but one needs to be very proactive. GE would be glad to pay you minimum wage and have you grind away on work at your desk, never giving you a higher title or significantly higher pay. If you work there you need to be actively seeking out your next position which will challenge you more than your current position. Otherwise you will get defaulted into the same role and no development, and have too much work put on your shoulders.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Focus on developing and rotating employees more.
    Identify what will keep employees working at GE, and focus on keeping them challenged and on a development path.

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