GE Aviations Engineering Co-ops/Interns gain broad exposure to varied areas of the Aircraft Engine and Aviation systems business. With our co-op/intern rotational program, students will work in a different area and at a different GE Aviation site each co-op/intern rotation to ensure optimal learning and diverse work experiences. Our program goal is to prepare each student for a potential full time position when they graduate in one of our amazing leadership programs.
Design/Development engineering roles include component design, analysis, development and testing, life mgmt., aerodynamics 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 the engine components and component repair processes. Most projects require constant interaction with engineering and customer support staff.
Manufacturing roles include cycle time reduction, product flow, workstation design and tooling, process improvement, quality, testing, material handling, environmental/health and safety,
Materials roles provide opportunities to evaluate and characterize materials and processes for use in the aircraft engines and systems.
Must have a minimum of 3.0 GPA (without rounding)
Meet required degree of Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace, Materials, Ceramics, Industrial, or Manufacturing Engineering major
Attending a full time matriculated and nationally accredited baccalaureate or graduate program
Completed one full year of college (rising sophomore)
Our positions require access to export controlled information. Due to that requirement, we need to ask are you one of the following: (1) U.S. Citizen or National; (2) U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident; (3) Person granted Refugee status in the United States; (4) Person granted Asylee status in the United States; (5) A Special Agricultural Worker under section 210 or (6) a beneficiary of legalization through an amnesty program under section 245A of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act
Willing and available to work at any of the 40+ GE Aviation US locations
Strong commitment to career in engineering: design, manufacturing or production support
Preferred Graduation Dates: 2020, 2021 and 2022
An analytic approach to problem solving
Strong knowledge of computer and Microsoft products
Willingness and ability to learn from others
Demonstrated leadership and a team player
Excellent interpersonal skills
One who strives for academic success
Desire to work in a fast paced ever changing environment
Ability to be agile as business needs change and shift frequently
Work location: 40 sites in the US