2016 General Electric (GE) Africa Early Identification (EID) Internship for Africans

Application Deadline: Ongoing

Location:Johannesburg, Luanda, Nairobi, Chad, Dakar, Congo, Maputo, Angola, Congo, Kenya, Mozambique, Senegal, Chad, South Africa
Job Number:    2004882
Business:    GE Global Growth Organization
Business Segment:    Global Growth Organization – Africa
Posted Position Title:    EID Intern
Career Level:    CI
Function: Engineering/Technology Function Segment: Leadership
Programs Location: Angola, Congo, Kenya, Mozambique, Senegal, Chad, South Africa

GE is a global infrastructure, finance and media company taking on the world’s toughest challenges. And we are taking the strengths that have made us an industry leader and putting them to work in service of a new era of global business, with a focus on the world and the people we share it with.

Through initiatives like ecomagination and healthymagination, we are developing the next generation of products and services to improve the way we use resources, impact our communities and care for each other. Join GE and you’ll discover a career opportunity of incredible diversity – across disciplines and around the globe.

No other company invests in the development, training and advancement of its employees the way we do, because we believe it is our innovative thinking that is our strength, and that strength is what enables GE to make a positive impact on tomorrow, today. From jet engines to power generation, financial services to water processing, and medical imaging to turning imaginative ideas into leading products and services. GE is imagination at work

An internship at GE enables you to interact with innovators in your field whilst being mentored by leaders who will develop your potential through hands-on experience that will equip you with the right skills in your chosen career field. The vast majority of our graduate hires into our leadership development programs were interns with us first. GE is looking for high potential 2nd to 4th year students following locations:

  • Ivory Coast
  • Nigeria
  • Cameroon
  • Angola
  • Equatorial Guinea


  • University enrolled students who are currently pursuing their degrees in Engineering, IT, Marketing, Business Administration, Finance or Human Resources
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to details,
  • Solid desk-based research skills
  • Authorized to work in your country full-time and without restriction
  • Must have an advanced to fluent level of English
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, changing environment
  • Demonstrated team player
  • Confident self-starter who has demonstrated drive

Essential Responsibilities:

The intern will be required to support business activities working on challenging projects that present great learning opportunities. As a valuable member of our team, our interns will receive many benefits including:

Challenging work assignments
Exposure to a multinational company
Developmental feedback
Exposure to senior leadership
Please note that this role is for pipelining purposes.

  • Excellent organization skills, ability to independently prioritize multiple tasks and work to deadlines Preference will be given to EE candidates

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of 2015 General Electric (GE) Africa Early Identification (EID) Internship


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