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7 days ago

Lead Controls Engineer

General Electric Company New York, NY

• Develop, implement, test and debug controls software using a commercially available PLC and/or DCS platforms (e.g. GE IP) • Own software… General Electric Company


7 days ago

Image Processing Edison Engineer

General Electric Company Niskayuna, NY

On program "Edisons" receive broad job exposure through rotational assignments as they actively contribute to various technical projects. Rotations… General Electric Company


6 days ago

Edison Engineering Development Program

General Electric Niskayuna, NY

On program "Edisons" receive broad job exposure through rotational assignments as they actively contribute to various technical projects. Rotations… General Electric


2 days ago

Senior Embedded Real-Time Software Architect – new

General Electric Niskayuna, NY

You will drive RTOS and embedded software technology roadmaps across multiple GE businesses and you will architect, design, and help create real-time… General Electric


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    Pros

    GE is a great place to work and you will be surrounded by many peers who are among the elite A-type personality performers. There are tons of opportunities within GE and with it being such a worldy company, the opportunities afforded are almost limitless.

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    The culture can be a very "sink or swim" mentality, so coming in from the outside can be tough as there is not much guidance or instruction given. They expect you to figure it out. Also, in order to really move up in one's career path, you really need to be open to moving around in terms of location in order to open up your available opportunities.

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