Many opportunities in a wide range of fields. Good work life balance. Job security is average to low. Most of the people are good to work with. Mangement focus can be a little bit short term. Compensation is good. Vacation policy is good.
Plan Management Specialist (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – February 27, 2017
When I first started moral was good and it was a team environment. The lack of management in my department, and the allowance of harrassment by certian co-workers and looking the other way as others took advantage of time and salary has lowered moral tothe point where none of us want to be there anymore.
Environmental, Health and Safety Intern (Former Employee) – Erie, PA – January 25, 2017
I had an Environmental, Health, and Safety internship at GE Transportation so it wasn't a full time job. I was hoping to get a full time job out of the internship but later found out there isn't much room to grow and not many opportunities. the internship itself was a great learning experience. Co-workers and work environment were great, always willing to help and teach new things. The internship was mostly a management type of work, over seeing tasks and making sure they were completed. Not much to do with engineering, but some environmental sampling, compliance tasks, and safety related tasks. It is a good gig if you want to focus on the industrial/Business side of Environmental Engineering.
The typical work day for an employee is 10-11 hours. If you put in your 8 hours and then leave, you're a "lazy" employee. It's a high-stress environment every day. Managers are very good at committing to unreasonable goals and tasks - especially because all they have to do is commit and not actually follow through with them. There is no work-life balance - no matter what they try to tell you when they hire you on. They do invest a lot of time and money to train employees and teach them all they need to know. To me, this doesn't compensate for all of the other negatives of this company.
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Embedded Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Erie, PA – November 14, 2016
Responsibilities: • The highest number of OEM complaints were analyzed. • Worked on Supply Voltage Reduction/BVM, Software End Stop, Communication, System Lifecycle, Center-find and Automatic parking control modules for GM and FORD EPSdp projects. • Used INCA, MDA tools to measure, calibrate and analyze data. • Wrote CAPL scripts to simulate vehicle ECU messages to test the ECU using Restbus. • Worked on Hardware abstraction layer and Error handling modules (KFCs/DTCs). • Followed V-model software development life cycle, MISRA guidelines, and good documentation. • Followed AUTOSAR 4.x software architecture, A-SPICE and ISO26262 safety standards.
Assembler (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 24, 2017
Great entry level position for a young adult. the pay is decent but it is difficult to climb the corporate ladder. You receive a lot of training on how to be lean and 6 sigma which could potentially help you with a future job
Mechanical Engineer Intern (Former Employee) – Grove City, PA – March 26, 2017
• Implemented lean tools on Brilliant Factory showcase site at Grove City Engine for rebalancing of assembly lines • Enhanced current inventory of supermarket and material transfer to assembly line, increasing productivity by 20% • Reduced foot print of plant by a total of 30% giving GCE additional floor space for Marine Engine Manufacturing
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 28, 2016
I have learned a lot on my career and have been given the opportunity to do multiple jobs in different areas.The company provides flexibility to work remotely when needed and also is supportive when you have personal issues. It's a great place to work for.
MTA (Current Employee) – United States – February 15, 2017
Get paid for 40 hours, but average 50-60. Overtime is determined by your manager, so pay, some don't. Fear of the plant closing is constantly hanging over your head. Working with union employees is like working with day car children.
Remanufacture Technician (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – April 27, 2016
This reviewer worked as a temp and due to a labor depute was not retained. I was however offered a position later that due to health issues at the time i was not able to take. Management seemed very open to work with me when I had a family emergency arise even though I was just a temp. I loved the work and the guys i worked with were more than willing to help with training of new skills or fine tuning of existing skills, even offering to skip breaks just to help out. If a position becomes available again i would be more than happy to go back.