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14 days ago

Executive - Government Relations Leader Transportation

General Electric Company Washington, DC

Part of the executive leadership team of GEs Government Affairs & Policy Center of Excellence (GA&P COE), this newly created, key position is… General Electric Company


14 days ago

MD, Investments, Advanced Manufacturing, GE Ventures

General Electric Washington, DC

include but are not limited to: • Define key segments to target and investment criteria within advanced manufacturing • Outline target-specific… General Electric


9 days ago

Executive - Government Relations Leader Transportation

General Electric Company Washington, DC

Part of the executive leadership team of GE’s Government Affairs & Policy Center of Excellence (GA&P COE), this newly created, key position is… General Electric Company


7 days ago

Administrative Assistant

General Electric Washington, DC

• Meeting/Event Coordination—catering, agendas, etc. • Travel Planning: Flights, Hotels… General Electric


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GE Chairman & CEO Jeffrey R. Immelt
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    Great company to work for!

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    I worked at GE full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    GE is a great place to work. The benefit package is outstanding, though salaries tend to be somewhat lower than industry standard. GE offers an outstanding 401K with matching, tuition reimbursement that is one of the best out there and for non-bargaining employees a generous holiday schedule. Tons of opportunity, but moving between industries can be challenging.

    Cons

    Work / life balance leaves something to be desired. You must set your own balance.

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    Create defined career path opportunities.

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