At GE, accelerating our businesses’ ability to rapidly create new products, services and solutions for our customers is, and always will be, a top priority. That’s why we are hiring the best and brightest experts to manage the interconnection, data management and automation of our industries. If you are looking for a career leading the digital industrial transformation, enabled through software, there is no better place to share your expertise than GE Global Software Center.
GE's Global Software Center
Unique career opportunities
At GE, we are bound together by a shared belief - what we imagine we make happen. We have a relentless passion to find solutions to tomorrow's problems, developing ground breaking technologies that improve people's lives and change the world.
Join us at the new Global Software Center in San Ramon, California.
We are seeking talented experts in the following:
- Software Enterprise Architecture
- Collaboration Research
- User Experience Research and Applications
- Software Engineering
- Software-enabled Services
- Software Quality
- Analytics: Machine Learning Research
- Software Development Strategists
- Mobile Solution Research
GE's Global Software Center is located in San Ramon, California. With close proximity to several major metropolitan areas, San Ramon offers something for everyone.
For inquiries regarding job opportunities at GE Software, please contact Ajit Bodas.
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