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General Electric Early Identification (EID) Internship

.. Early Identification (EID)

Open to nationalities of Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Cameroon, Angola and Equatori

icon  General Electricals

.. Deadline varies

     Work permit : Required

.. Unpaid

Flexible

 

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An internship at GE enables you to interact with innovators in your field whilst being mentored by leaders who will develop your potential through hands-on experience that will equip you with the right skills in your chosen career field. The vast majority of our graduate hires into our leadership development programs were interns with us first.

Eligibility:

  • University enrolled students who are currently pursuing their degrees in Engineering, IT, Marketing, Business Administration, Finance or Human Resources
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to details,
  • Solid desk-based research skills
  • Authorized to work in your country full-time and without restriction
  • Must have an advanced to fluent level of English
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, changing environment
  • Demonstrated team player
  • Confident self-starter who has demonstrated drive
  • Excellent organization skills, ability to independently prioritize multiple tasks and work to deadlines
  • Preference will be given to EE candidates
  • Please note that this role is for pipelining purposes.

Updated on: 26 Nov, 2016

Source : General Electricals
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