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30+ days ago

Lead Storage Architect - Infrastructure Services

General Electric Company Alpharetta, GA

The NAS Infrastructure Architect will: • Be a technology team member in the storage and data replication space for all of GEs shared global data… General Electric Company


30+ days ago

Monitoring and Automation Engineer

General Electric Company Atlanta, GA

• Quickly respond and resolve critical service outages severely impacting consumers • Establish performance baseline, capacity thresholds… General Electric Company


30+ days ago

Lead Analyst - Networking Services

General Electric Company Alpharetta, GA

• Review new design and architecture standards. Provide input to enhance quality ensuring standards can be supported operationally • Provide L… General Electric Company


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    Pros

    In general very high quality people. However, this includes some of the biggest manipulators and thieves known to mankind. Bungee bosses are quite common, but most of the Leaders are quite brilliant, but often lacking in specialized information.
    If you go to GE look for mentors, and do what is necessary to build such relationships. Skill, knowledge and experience is not enough to maintain a career. It is a great place to build your skills though.

    Cons

    See the pros They are two sides of the same coin.

    Advice to Management

    Do a better job of finding the corrupt and venal. They don't do the business any good, even if they are good at schmoozing their managers and mentors.


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