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30+ days ago

Power Electronics Controls Engineer

General Electric Company Niskayuna, NY

High Power Conversion Systems Lab leads cutting edge research and development in power electronics supporting mid to long range GE products for GE… General Electric Company

30+ days ago

GlobalCare Premier Solutions Support Engineer

General Electric Foxborough, MA

• Design, assemble, test and simulate systems to identify and resolve reported product issues. • Troubleshoot and identify product problems for… General Electric

30+ days ago

Security Analyst – Software and Systems

General Electric Company Vancouver

• Focus on embedded devices and control solutions in Oil & Gas, Electric Utility, and Medical applications • Use hacking, penetration testing and… General Electric Company

30+ days ago

Embedded Systems Research Engineer (m/f)

General Electric Garching b.München

• Work with other engineering disciplines (mechanical, electronics, control theory etc.) to develop innovative solutions • Document work in… General Electric

30+ days ago

Senior Formal Verification Technology Researcher

General Electric Niskayuna, NY

• Provide thought leadership to innovate and apply new technology and process in development and certification of critical systems in the aerospace… General Electric

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    I have been working at GE full-time (More than 10 years)

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    Excellent in house training. Great fitness facilities, decent benefits, long term career prospects. Constant innovation and change.


    recent remodel attempt to "googlize" a 130 year old company a complete failure. Staff that previously had some privacy in their cubicles now shunted off to open benches and cheap, Ikea-style open cubicles made out of metal and p article board. shoddy carpet squares in light colors instantly took on a dingy grey cast. Open "collaboration spaces" noisy and not conducive to the kind of work done at headquarters. It wasn't lost on people that the ones who got the worst set up were minorities and that creates a bad image. Not the impression you want to create at corporate headquarters.

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    Recognize that remodel on the cheap makes sense if HQ is moving, but doesn't mean we like it.

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