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13 days ago

Manager, Communications

General Electric New York, NY

include but are not limited to: 1. Manage internal communications strategy and execution for GE Ventures. Including but not limited to: • Defining… General Electric


6 days ago

Lead Controls Engineer

General Electric Company New York, NY

• Develop, implement, test and debug controls software using a commercially available PLC and/or DCS platforms (e.g. GE IP) • Own software… General Electric Company


28 days ago

IT Leader - Enterprise Architecture

General Electric Company Stamford, CT

• Lead the GE Asset Management Enterprise Architecture Board to define, implement and maintain architecture and design standards and insure proper… General Electric Company


7 days ago

Portfolio Compliance Analyst

General Electric Stamford, CT

Oversee and coordinate the compliance requirements for fixed income: • Serve as the liaison to Fixed Income Portfolio Management and Trading… General Electric


6 days ago

Senior Valuation Analyst

General Electric Company Stamford, CT

• Prepare financial statements including derivative and ASC 820 leveling table disclosures. • Drive key initiatives and simplification across the… General Electric Company


6 days ago

Senior Analyst - Public Equities (Global Healthcare)

General Electric Company Stamford, CT

• Maintain research coverage of global healthcare equipment & services (ie Med Tech, Health Insurers, PBMs, etc) • Based on fundamental research… General Electric Company


6 days ago

State and Local Tax Intern

General Electric Stamford, CT

Internship in GE's State and Local Tax Department. Candidate will work with four attorneys and a CPA in the area of state income taxation. Functions… General Electric


8 days ago

Oracle EBS Technical Lead

General Electric Company Stamford, CT

We are seeking an experienced individual to join our implementation team working on a highly visible multi-generation Oracle Financials… General Electric Company


21 days ago

Tax Intern – Litigation and Controversy

General Electric Company Stamford, CT

•Prepare responses to information document requests •Research tax law questions that arise in a complex international and diversified company and… General Electric Company


6 days ago

Sales Leader – Public Funds & Corporate Markets

General Electric Company Stamford, CT

• Work with cross-functional teams (e.g. Legal, Finance) to meet customer needs, local and GE requirements with particular regard to compliance in… General Electric Company


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    An Entire Career in one place

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    Current Employee - Engineering Manager
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    I have been working at GE full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    If you like to challenge yourself working on fascinating problems that matter, this is the place for you. GE is loaded with some of the best and brightest minds in the world. Here you can champion an idea and take it all the way to market if you wish, or become a world expert in the area of your choosing. Be prepared to work hard, this is an aggressive "type A" workplace, and you will reap the benefits if you can hang with the pack.

    Cons

    The culture can be a bit conceded and entitled (We are GE, look how great we are, people love us for our name). With all the great things, GE is a large company and weighs "risk" very seriously; this can make the company feel slow and bureaucratic, but if you understand the machine you are working in, the behavior makes sense.

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    Keep up the good work, you don't stay one of America's top companies for decades without knowing what you are doing. The corporate education programs are the best I have ever seen... Keep making them available to all employees. Lastly, remember who you are, make sure the corporate strategies work for the market you are in by listening to the experts in those businesses.

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