GE Healthcare Seeks Commissioned Military Officer Applicants

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GE Teams with HireVeterans.com to Attract US Military Officers
GE Healthcare’s Junior Officer Leadership Program (JOLP) gives veteran military officers the opportunity to find the best fit at GE through assignments at three different eight-month rotational roles across our functional areas. The rotation is customizable based on your career interests.
Rotations and assignments include, but are not limited to: Supply Chain, Production / Manufacturing, Procurement / Sourcing, Quality Management, Engineering, Sales / Marketing, Project Management, Information Management
They are accepting Commissioned Military Officer applicants that have completed at least 4 years commissioned service and have less than 3 years of separation from active duty.
GE Healthcare currently has 10 openings for this opportunity to experience a corporate work environment while continuing to develop your career path as our Future Leaders

** Interviews will be scheduled in the first week of 2011 **

To view the career details, visit  GE Healthcare’s career posting on HireVeterans.com CLICK HERE NOW


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