I have many qualities for operations as you will know in the future and as you can see in my CV and cover letter.
30-60 days depending on job classification
Answered - Mount mechanic/unit attendant (Current Employee) - Bucyrus, OH
It took about 2 months to get an interview however it was due to scheduling of the hiring manager and issues he had outside of GE.
Answered - Senior Lead Electrical Hardware Engineer (Former Employee) - Schenectady, NY
More than 6 months
Answered - Business Planner (Former Employee) - Doha, Qatar
Answered - EHS Specialist (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
It depends on position and can take months. I was fortunate to have a staffing company submit my application and was hired as a contractor and then 5 months later because an official GE employee.
Answered - Executive Receptionist and Diversified Services (Former Employee) - Fairfield, CT
3 months is way to long if you ask me, holy moly!
Answered - Buyer (Former Employee) - Somersworth, NH
My employment was expedited. I did not take the normal route.
Answered - Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Chicago, IL
It takes about 4 weeks with interviews & testing.
Answered - Assembly Technician/Quality Technician (Current Employee) - Louisville, KY
Two days and three phone calls, one being a conference call. Then the contract sent to me was signed and off to work I went.
Answered - Engineering Technician (Current Employee) - Kentwood, MI