GE Energy Management
GE Energy Management is GE's electrification business. We make energy safer and more useful through our ability to transmit, distribute and convert electricity. We integrate leading products and technology to solve customer problems. Our electrical solutions allow utilities and energy-intensive industries such as oil & gas, marine, data center, metals and mining to efficiently manage electricity from the point of generation to the point of consumption.
We offer a full range of electrical capabilities. Our global teams design industry leading technology to improve the transmission, distribution and conversion of electricity, and to help provide safe, efficient and reliable electrical power.
GE's roots in electrification go back 130 years, beginning with the first transformer and electric motor. Today Energy Management is built upon the same legacy and innovation culture that Thomas Edison founded in 1890.
We build technology innovations – critical power equipment, digital monitoring software, electric marine propulsion systems – to help our customers use electric power more efficiently.
Our heritage and experience across multiple industries, gives Energy Management a better understanding of our customers electrical needs.
Deep Vertical Expertise
We have a deep knowledge and presence in the energy-intensive sectors we serve: utility, industrial, renewables, oil & gas, marine, critical power, metals and mining.
We engage at every point along the delivery path of electrical power to these energy-intensive industries.
Our deep domain experience and industry knowledge paired with our leading technology can help our customers improve the efficiency and reliability of their operations and become more competitive.
Global and Local
Serving the customer is our top priority. Around the globe we have established local and long-lasting relationships with customers to fulfill their needs.
Yet, our local teams can access our global operations to provide end-to-end electrical solutions to customers.
Investment in people and a strong local presence helps our customers to view us as their business partner.
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at GE Energy Management as a contractor (less than a year)Pros
Awesome office environment. Excellent training. Ability to find unique solutions and handle them in the way you choose. Excellent support from management and teammates.Cons
There were absolutely no cons to working here. I would have stayed forever if I could, but life happens.Advice to ManagementAdvice
My only advice to the management is to never change. Your management style is awesome and it is reflected in the fact that no one is ever unhappy, and no one has ever left.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at GE Energy Management.Interview Details
To be considered for these programs (EEDP and SDLP) it is best if you have prior internship experience with the company. GE is very culture focused and prefer candidates that have that "GE language".
If you have done internships it is very easy to apply for theses programs. Initially you fill out a form to show your interest in the position, then after that you will be contacted for a phone interview. This is a basic phone interview, nothing technical yet but used to identify if you are a good candidate for that program or if they think you might be a better fir for another program. After passing that, I had a webex video conference with my future to be boss.
This was also very self driven, I gave a 10minute presentation about myself, my accomplishments, and why I am a good fit for the program. Afterwards I was asked some very basic technical questions (some OOP questions, some basic networking concepts, really if you have taken any software or networking courses these questions will be a breeze).
After passing that round I was given an offer.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsGE is going to be the hardest company to negotiate with. However, it I believe it is important to attempt it by using the right strategy.
- I can't remember a question specifically, but none were really difficult Answer Question
I was able to meet face to face with my boss and gave him my reasons as to why I think the salary could be higher. After a week he got back to me saying that my offered salary was already higher than what they normally offer candidates and that it won't be able to be higher. A month later, he sent me an email saying that my salary would go up by 2.5k due to HR research, but I'm sure it was because I showed that well presented initiative for a raise.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
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