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17 days ago

Senior Business Analyst - Financial Reporting (HFM)

General Electric Company Fairfield, CT +3 locations

• Strong functional expertise in Finance and Accounting, understanding of HFM and how HFM works, and excellent analytical skills are required to be… General Electric Company

14 days ago

Financial Reporting Analyst

General Electric Company Fairfield, CT

balance sheet analysis package for senior management for GE and GECC. Review analysis with management as required • Interface with internal… General Electric Company

28 days ago

Senior System Architect

General Electric Company San Ramon, CA

• Understanding of configuration management systems (e.g. Puppet, Chef) and concepts behind mass configuration • Experience with the following… General Electric Company

29 days ago

Senior Business Analyst - Financial Reporting Systems

General Electric Company Fairfield, CT

• Drive operational activities managing expectations with functional customers (i.e. balancing their needs with wants and educate as appropriate… General Electric Company

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