Recruiters from GE Aviation will be on campus Tuesday, September 16 from 8:30 am - 10:30 am to meet with students interested in interning with them during the Summer of 2009. FREE Breakfast will be provided!
All Mechanical and Electrical Engineers are invited to learn more about these exciting opportunities. Internships include positions in Design/Development Engineering, Engine Services, Manufacturing, Materials, Sourcing and other miscellaneous assignments. More detail is provided below.
What: Information Session and Breakfast with GE Aviation
Who: Mechanical and Electrical Engineers
Where: Engineering (ECS) Room 112
When: Tuesday, September 16, 2008, 8:30 am - 10:30 am
No RSVP required
GE will be interviewing on campus for these position on October 6, so submit your resume today through UMBCworks. Search for Position ID: 9230151.
For more information on the info session or job posting, contact Kerry Kidwell-Slak in the Shriver Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Business/Program: GE Infrastructure, Aviation
Position Title: 1857 - GE Aviation - Technical Co-op / Intern
Job Type: Co-Op
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Graduation Dates: Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
Majors: Aeronautical Engineering, Aerospace Eng, Ceramic Eng, Electrical Eng, Environmental Eng, Industrial Eng, Industrial Hygiene/Safety, Material Science Eng, Materials Eng, Mechanical Eng, Welding Engr. Technology
Current School Level: Sophomore, Junior, Senior
GE Aviation's technical Co-op's/Interns gain broad exposure to varied areas of the Aircraft Engine business. Areas of opportunities include Design/Development Engineering, Engine Services, Manufacturing, Materials, Sourcing and Other miscellaneous assignments. Experienced managers mentor co-op contributions and development during their assignments. Co-op's build leadership and functional skills through structured hands-on and class room training that complements challenging work experience.
Design/Development Eng. roles include component design and testing, life mgt., aerodynamic and thermodynamic design, performance, stress analysis, vibration analysis, and engine tests. Most projects rely on PCs or workstations to utilize modeling techniques. Engine Services roles provide the unique experience of working hands-on with engine components and component repair processes. Most projects require constant interaction with engineering and customer support staff. Mfg. roles include cycle time reduction, product flow, workstation design and tooling, mat'l handling, and environ. health and safety. Materials roles provide opportunities to evaluate and characterize materials and processes for use in aircraft engines. Sourcing roles include preparing request for quote pg's, purchase orders, negotiating contracts, and developing and growing internat'l suppliers. Other roles include environ. affairs and safety, op's mg't, supply chain, tech. sales and e-business.
Must have at least a 3.0 GPA, unrestricted work authorization, and completed one full year of college.
In order for GE to satisfy certain requirements under US Department of Labor regulations, you must also apply for this position at www.gecareers.com/campusinterview in addition to applying for this position through your college career center, if you wish to be considered for an interview.