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16 days ago

Repair Materials Application Engineer

GE Aviation Gebze

• Develop and lead long term research and development programs on materials and processes that enable new repair introductions. Execute… GE Aviation

15 days ago

Product Definition Engineer

GE Aviation Gebze

• With the guidance of experienced engineers, create definitions of individual components, simple and complex sub-assemblies, and top level… GE Aviation

30+ days ago

Senior Manufacturing Engineer

GE Aviation Rivalta di Torino

• Implement productivity actions in order to improve the process and respect objectives. • Interface with vendors and internal contacts in an… GE Aviation

2 days ago

Sub-Section Manager-PTP Mechanical Design – new

GE Aviation Victorville, CA

The Propulsion Test Platform Design Sub-Section Manager will demonstrate accountability for functional, business, and broad company objectives. In… GE Aviation

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    Great company which is dominating the marketplace in terms of technology and backlog.

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    Current Employee - Communications and Marketing in Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Communications and Marketing in Cincinnati, OH

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    Smart people, mature leadership team, incredible CEO, High performance, excellent media team


    Hard to get beyond a point based on meritocracy. Too much of mutual admiration. We are good but not as good as we believe.

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    Shake it up a bit. Go beyond the tried and trusted. You will be surprised. Also, more humility and less "bullying" should be tolerated. People invest a lot of time and effort and take pride in their work but some people get away with just being rude and obnoxious with others since they are in the "good graces" of the Comms leader. Also, lots of investment in youth at the expense of experience which leads to sense of entitlement.

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