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25 days ago

Senior Staff Security Engineer

GE Fanuc Automation Foxborough, MA

You are a skilled software engineer who enjoys security work and is an expert in systems security, applications security, identity management… GE Fanuc Automation

4 days ago

Directeur, ventes (dist.énergie) l'Est-du-Québec /Maritimes

GE Energy Management New Brunswick, NJ +2 locations

• Développer des solutions techniques pour répondre aux besoins d'affaires des clients. • Communiquer les exigences pour l'exécution des commandes à… GE Energy Management

25 days ago

Solutions Engineer

GE Energy Management Foxboro, MA

In this role, you will: • Manage relationships and coordination with OEM customers • Define and Deploy Equipment Insight Solutions • Train… GE Energy Management

13 days ago

Managing Director, Power Economics

GE Energy Management Schenectady, NY

• Develop staff through cross-functional assignments and mentoring to serve a wide-bandwidth of present and future needs. Recruit new talent as… GE Energy Management

29 days ago

Lead Lab Test Engineer

GE Energy Management Plainville, CT

• Ensure all test methods are compliant to the regulations of the applicable standards (e.g. Underwriters Laboratories (UL), American National… GE Energy Management

22 days ago

Systems Manufacturing Assembler

GE Fanuc Automation Huntsville, AL

In addition you will: • Understand and build from Engineering Drawings / Instructions and BOMs • Operate machinery, as necessary • Perform… GE Fanuc Automation

22 days ago

Specialized Factory Operator (CWS)-2nd Shift

GE Fanuc Automation Selmer, TN

• Work with Lean, Quality, and EHS through face-to-face interactions, team participation, and D.U.C.K. card submissions • Instruct other operators… GE Fanuc Automation

19 days ago

Edison Engineering Development Program

GE Energy Management Rugby, ND

you'll find • Plan and perform assigned tasks within the framework of areas' schedules, budget, quality and cost constraints while maintaining… GE Energy Management

23 days ago

Manufacturing Engineer

GE Fanuc Automation Plainville, CT +2 locations

In this role you will: • Be responsible for product development projects and localization projects intended to be manufactured in GE Industrial… GE Fanuc Automation

10 days ago

Equipment Sys Maint C19-C23

GE Energy Management Mebane, NC

• Be able to utilize appropriate business systems (MRP, CAD, MS Office, knowledge of PLC programming… GE Energy Management

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    I have been working at GE Energy Management full-time (more than 5 years)


    Decent pay compared to other places, decent vacation time, interesting products for the most part, good people outside of management


    Work-life balance is terrible, benefits not so great, terrible programs like OMLP, very disorganized, company constantly shifts directions and makes little progress

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    Set clear direction and goals, and develop a plan to achieve those goals. Constant restructuring and change, just for the sake of change, is never a good thing. The OMLP program is horrible. Basically, all you have to do is get through an interview when you get out of college, and after 18 months of playing boss in 3 different places for 6 months each, you hand management level jobs to inexperienced, undeserving, entitled youngsters. They have done nothing to earn the position, but it is handed to them because they were in the program. You destroy the morale of your core workforce, who have worked for and earned everything they have, which have vested interests in their companies long-term viability, while your OMLP's job hop every time they get in too deep and lay waste to the site they work at. Great companies are built on reward based on merit. When you do not truly earn what you have and it is handed to you, you never have a chance to build character and develop at each level. Some of these OMLP's are some of the worst people I have every worked with.

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