For each of these young people, their current job is one of four that they’ll have in just two years at GE. The job rotations are an integral part of GE’s Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP). OMLP develops talent in the operations area and grooms the future leaders of the company by giving them challenging six-month assignments. As OMLPs, they’re getting exposure to senior management and becoming part of a network that can last an entire career. Best of all, in OMLP, you get to work for the world-class brand known as GE.

OMLP is a two-year program consisting of four six-month rotations that allow members to build leadership and functional skills through challenging rotational assignments and world-class training. Typical rotations include one or more of the following: Manufacturing Shop Operations Supervisor (leading a manufacturing team in the production of products), Sourcing/Materials (supervising suppliers to improve product quality and negotiate price) and Technical (Lean Leader/ Manufacturing Engineering/Quality/Process Engineering) (improving efficiency of supply chain management through LEAN/cost reduction). Program members are also involved in GE's strategic initiatives-including GE's drive for LEAN Six Sigma.

To apply visit http://www.ge.com/omlp.