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GE Aerospace Seeks Hundreds of Engineers

May 23, 2024
The designer and manufacturer is recruiting more than 900 engineers to develop new architectures and material and process technologies for civil and military aircraft propulsion systems.

GE Aerospace reported it has started recruiting engineers to support its current aircraft engine programs and develop new technologies. More than 900 engineers are being sought this year, and most of the roles to be filled will be for positions in the U.S., the developer added.

“Throughout our history, GE Aerospace has been at the forefront of innovation,” stated v.p. for engineering Mohamed Ali. “Today, we’re entering a new era of technology development focused on reducing emissions with new architectures, advanced materials, manufacturing processes, and supercomputing capabilities revolutionizing what’s possible. Now as a standalone public company with innovation at the core of what we do, we look forward to welcoming more engineers to help us invent the future of flight.”

GE Aerospace is the business recently chartered to contain the core General Electric organization following the spin-off of renewable energy and health care business units.

Earlier this year, the company outlined an extensive capital investment program for its domestic and EU manufacturing and supply chain.

The open positions call for capabilities across mechanical and thermal design, analysis, systems, controls, and aerodynamics disciplines, for commercial and military aircraft engine programs. GE also aims to fill openings in the Revolutionary Innovation for Sustainable Engines (RISE) technology demonstrator – a project by the CFM International joint-venture to establish a range of engine architectures, combustion technologies, and hybrid electric systems that will be compatible with 100% Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF).

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