GE Healthcare Manufacturing Engineering Co-op 2021
- Operations assignments vary on assigned department. A fulfillment assignment may include working on material shortage issues, and working on materials planning while a sourcing assignments will entail working closely with the engineering team and strategic suppliers to identify opportunities for productivity -reducing costs- and supplier consolidation. The primary areas our Operations interns will work in are Anesthesia Machines, Critical Care Respirator, Drug Delivery , information technologies and patient Operations interns will work in are medical imaging, information technologies and patient monitoring. Operations assignments could include core operations environmental health and safety (EHS) and fulfillment activities which may consist of Manufacturing, Lean Action Workouts, Accessory Planning, or Capital Equipment order fulfillment or sourcing activities such as working with the engineering department and outside vendors and suppliers on materials. There will be project-oriented assignments where a manager and mentor are assigned for support.
- Excellent communication skills and ability to articulate technical problems in clear and simple terms. Demonstrated analytical ability and technical competency in Engineering areas. Proven Leadership skills and experience. Strong Initiative and ability to work independently and in teams. Able to work for a minimum of 10 weeks. Must be willing to relocate. Must be a full-time student pursuing a degree in Engineering.
Additional Eligibility Qualifications:
- GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
- Prior intern, co-op, or research experience in design engineering or manufacturing or research experience in the design field. Strong commitment to a career in manufacturing. Demonstrated analytic approach to problem solving. Proven adaptable to difficult situations. Demonstrated leadership skills and community involvement. Knowledge of LEAN and Six Sigma.