Design brilliant answers to the world’s biggest questions
Successful people are like successful ideas.
They don’t happen overnight but need the right environment to reach their full potential.
Jump-start your future by joining our Edison Engineering Development Program (EEDP). This multi-year experience will help you develop your potential for technical leadership, build your skills and take your passion for problem solving to places you never thought are possible.
Our portfolio offers diverse experience in a short time frame to accelerate your opportunities of growing with us well after the program.
What is the Edison Engineering Development Program?
2 to 2.5 year program with 3+ rotational assignments in various engineering teams driven by real GE business priorities
Technical problem-solving skills developed via advanced engineering coursework
Exposure to senior leadership through formal reports and presentations
One week world-class business skills development experience
Active coaching throughout the program
Program start: July 2018
What do I need to become an Edison?
Recent MSc degree (or soon-to-be graduate) in mechanical or electrical engineering with academic excellence
Prior internship, co-op, or research experience in design engineering or manufacturing
Commitment to a career in technology
Analytical approach to problem solving
Knowledge of advanced mathematics, including calculus and differential equations
Experience in writing technical reports
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Fluent proficiency in English
Applications are closed now
Engineering Design Center (EDC) is an engineering alliance between a global leader in the engineering industry – General Electric and a high-tech Polish research and development center – Institute of Aviation. EDC operates in many areas such as jet engines, avionics systems, digital technologies, gas turbines, steam turbines, axial, centrifugal and reciprocating compressors as well as industrial installations including design of pipelines and controls systems. We are one of the biggest engineering centers in Europe, employing 1800 engineers. To find out more about our activities please visit our website www.edc.pl.