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Role Summary: The GE Transportation Spring / Fall 2018 Co-op Program encourages college students to explore their professional interests while working on larger business projects. Engineering students can experience rotations in design, software development, product testing or commercial operations to attain professional experience in the engineering field as a pipeline for our Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP).
Essential Responsibilities: Engineering students & Supply Chain Management students can experience rotations in manufacturing, quality, field services, materials, sourcing or EHS to attain professional experience in the operations field as a pipeline for our Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP). https://www.ge.com/careers/students Full & Part-time co-op opportunities available.
Students in engineering & supply chain disciplines work on a wide variety of assignments with responsibilities and hands-on involvement in areas such as heat transfer, fluid mechanics, stress analysis, diesel engine engineering, software and systems engineering, reliability, supply chain, manufacturing, quality, and several other areas.
Experienced GE managers mentor student contributions and support their technical and professional development during their GE co- op assignments.
In addition to valuable work experience, students have the opportunity to build leadership and functional skills through challenging assignments within Engineering and Supply Chain.
Some assignments may require moderate travel.
Must have and maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale after completing full year of college (or equivalent)
Must be enrolled in a nationally accredited engineering degree program or supply chain management program
Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
Desired Characteristics: Preference will be given to students pursuing the following degrees: Electrical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or Supply Chain Management. Other Desired Characteristics include:
Willingness to take roles at any of our Transportation locations
Strong commitment to career in engineering or manufacturing
An analytic approach to problem solving
Strong knowledge of computer and Microsoft Office suite
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