About Us

GE is the world's Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive and predictive. Through our people, leadership development, services, technology and scale, GE delivers better outcomes for global customers by speaking the language of industry.

Role Summary/Purpose

GE is pleased to offer selected students with a passion for building game-changing software and IT platforms an opportunity to grow their leadership skills, business acumen & technical skills while building a career with unlimited potential. GE's Digital Technology Leadership Program (DTLP) - Summer Internship is an entry point for IT and Software professionals at GE and is designed to attract high-potential candidates looking to further develop their technology ability and business acumen.

Essential Responsibilities

The DTLP Internship is the primary pipeline for the full-time program and lasts for 12 weeks between December 2017- February 2018. DTLP internship assignments, vary widely in terms of the business functions/processes impacted and the type of work required. Interns have significant exposure opportunity to key IT and SW business leaders at GE as well as current full-time DTLPs. Interns also have extracurricular opportunities to engage in various activities both socially and from a professional development perspective.

Students will be exposed to GE's diverse portfolio of businesses which provides a perfect opportunity for us to learn about you and your interests and for you to learn about GE and a career with us.

The internship will provide:

  • Opportunities to "pitch out" to senior stakeholders
  • Exclusive roundtable events with GE's business leaders
  • Buddy and Mentorship Program
  • Ongoing feedback & formal appraisals
  • Job shadowing opportunities

Qualifications/Requirements

To be considered for our DTLP Internship we're looking for students who:

  • Are in their penultimate or final year of a Bachelor degree in CIS, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, IT Security, ITM, Informatics, Information Science, Information Systems, Information Technology, MIS, Security and Risk Analysis or relevant STEM majors
  • Are geographically mobile as requested by business.
  • Demonstrated leadership ability, initiative and autonomy
  • Achieved academic excellence
  • Hold the appropriate entitlement to work in Australia & New Zealand at date of application (Permanent Resident of Australia or an Australian Citizen or New Zealand Citizen).
  • Available for 12 weeks full-time employment from December 2017- February 2018
  • Demonstrated leadership ability, initiative and autonomy

Desired Characteristics

  • Prior intern, co-op, or research experience in software, IT or relevant area.
  • Ability to solve technical challenges through regular application of common design patterns, and identify appropriate patterns for use in problem solving.
  • Effective use of data structures and algorithms.
  • Experience understanding coding standards that meets and delivers desired functionality using the technology selected for the project.
  • Leadership experience inside and/or outside the classroom.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to articulate clearly.
  • Contributes to creative solutions and challenges status quo.
  • Proactively learns new tools and identifies opportunities for improvement and promotes their adoption.

If you believe you possess these qualities then we want to hear from you. We believe the more we show you today, the more we may be able to learn from you tomorrow. Our bright futures may well intertwine.

Resume and Cover Letter need to be attached for applications to be considered complete.

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