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From everyday light bulbs to fuel cell technology, to cleaner, more efficient jet engines, GE has continually shapedthe world with groundbreaking innovations for over 130 years. GE has a strong set of global businesses in infrastructure, finance and media aligned to meet today’s needs, including the demand for global infrastructure; growing and changing demographics that need access to healthcare, finance, and information and entertainment; and environmental technologies.
Revenue 2009 - $183,207 millions.
GE’s Financial Management Program (FMP) is widely considered to be the premier program of its kind. It is the first step in many successful GE management careers. FMP develops leadership and analytical skills through classroom training and key assignments. There are individual FMP programs specific to many of GE’s businesses.
FMP is an intensive two-year entry-level program spanning four rotational assignments. These assignments may include: financial planning, accounting, operations analysis, auditing, forecasting, treasury/cash management, or commercial finance. The program combines coursework, intensive job assignments and interactive seminars to equip you with exceptional technical, financial and business skills. The program is led by senior GE professionals and mentors and is committed to developing world-class financial leaders for exciting careers. FMP, as part of GE’s culture of continuous learning and development, provides participants with the opportunity for accelerated career growth. Successful FMP participants enjoy significant responsibility and opportunity to contribute to business results and may experience semi-annual salary increases commensurate with performance. The program provides exposure to business leaders in a culture that recognizes and rewards excellence. Candidate Criteria:
- All candidates must have unrestricted work authorization in the region into which they apply.
- Academic excellence with financial or quantitative interest/competency
- Minimum 3.0 on 4.0 grade point average scale
- Demonstrated leadership ability and initiative
- Strong communication, interpersonal and influencing skills
- Relevant work experience
- Less than 1 year external work experience
- Flexible, adaptable and geographically mobile
Besides a competitive salary, as valuable members of the team, interns and co-ops may earn the same benefits available to full-time employees. These may include:
- Accrued vacation time
- Opportunities to network with managers and other interns at informational sessions, career fairs, social events and recreational activities
In addition to the appropriate degree and major, there are three additional qualifications participants must meet to be considered for a GE internship or co-op:
- must be a full-time student enrolled in a four-year college or university
- must maintain a minimum of a 3.0 out of 4.0 overall grade point average; or for master’s students, a 3.2 out of 4.0 overall grade point average
- must be authorized to work in your country full-time and without restriction during your internship