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I have been working at GE Healthcare full-time (More than 10 years)
Great People with a Strong Work Ethic
Dual Mandate Mission: Build world class advisory
Growing Rapidly and Work with Elite Healthcare Providers
Does require travel of 70-80%
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Continue to focus on areas where you have deep domain expertise and stay committed to delivering an exceptional client experience.
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at GE Healthcare (Barrington, IL (US)) in February 2016.
Overall the process was good, except for some miscommunication between HR and Hiring manager as to salary and responsibility of position. I posted online for the position, then did a HR screen where I clearly stated salary expectations (GE would not give range for position), then did a hiring manager phone screen, and then was brought to an on-site interview at Barrington, Illinois office. All was going well, and interviews were general background and skill set talks and to see if person would fit in with department. I was then called to do a final interview with GM of unit when she was in town (usually she was in Milwaukee). Had a great interview with her, talked expectation of role, how Finance fits into GE and how this role fit into GE Healthcare strategy and desire to grow business through better analytics and pricing. She indicated that an offer would be forthcoming. Later on after I heard nothing I contacted HR and they said division was looking at how they wanted to move forward. A week later a rejection e-mail (very nice e-mail, but still a rejection). Two weeks later I saw position posted again as a Senior Analyst level with job responsibilities that I had discussed. Guess they did not want to pay a manager level salary. I did notice that the GM has now moved on to a different company in California.