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12 days ago

Global Ops-IT Master Black Belt

General Electric Company Cincinnati, OH

• Provide leadership and direction to Black Belts in assigned area in executing the Lean Six Sigma strategy for breakthrough levels of improvement in… General Electric Company


6 days ago

Solution Engineer – Automation

General Electric Company Cincinnati, OH

• Collaborate with cross functional teams to implement core automation capabilities • Manage/Architect large/complex environments via automation… General Electric Company


4 days ago

Global Ops - IT Solutions Engineer

General Electric Company Cincinnati, OH

• Provide Priority 0 and 1 leadership, leading teams, driving resolve, mitigating risk, communicating status, managing technical L2 & L3 resources to… General Electric Company


5 days ago

Program Manager - Data Management

General Electric Company Cincinnati, OH

General • Contribute to the development and documentation of solutions, service standards, processes and procedures for data projects • Design… General Electric Company


6 days ago

Solution Engineer – Information Security

General Electric Company Cincinnati, OH

• Collaborate with cross business, cross functional teams to implement core detection capabilities • Drive escalation support/coordination of… General Electric Company


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GE Chairman & CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt
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    If you don't have any room in your brain to learn, don't bother to apply for a salary band career at GE.

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    Current Employee - Salaried  in  Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Salaried in Cincinnati, OH

    I have been working at GE full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Every 18 months to two years, the opportunity to seek a new role becomes available; if you do not like your job or boss, you have the ability to control your own future to a point. Good benefits, good periodic rewards as days out at events paid.

    Cons

    There is much work, considerable pressure to learn quickly and produce.Others will help you if you ask, though.

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    Development must have a flexible schedule; it isn't the same as production. We try to meet dates to please our bosses, but their bosses have ambition.

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