GE Appliances, a Haier company

About GE Appliances, a Haier company

What’s Your Story? Here’s ours! At GE Appliances, we create possibilities. We also design, build, test, sell, and distribute them. Named “Smart Appliance Company of the Year” by IoT Breakthrough, we’re changing the way people cook, clean, and cool to enable happiness & wellbeing in their homes. If you gravitate toward challenge, seek out responsibility, and want to make a difference, this opportunity is for you. Join a large and diverse community of co-ops and interns at the fastest-growing appliance manufacturer in the U.S. Let us help you write your career story.

Locations: Louisville, KY (HQ); Camden, SC; Decatur, AL; Evansville, IN; Lafayette, GA; Selmer, TN


Quality Control Co-Op

August 2018 - December 2018 Louisville, KY
“I got a lot of hands-on experience with injection molding machines. I took classes in order to become RJG certified. Met lots of great people and learned a lot in a very short period of time. ”

Engineering Co-op

August 2023 - December 2023 Louisville, KY
“I worked in AP5 Supplier Quality Assurance, and I loved my position. My assignment leader was hands off mostly, and it gave me the opportunity to take initiative. I was able to lead multiple large sorting and reworking projects. My biggest project was the funnel asm sorting and reworking project. The funnel asm is part of the ice chute on the multidoor refrigerator, and the mechanical flapper was getting stuck in the open position. I came up with a sorting process, worked with an outside sorting company to sort the defective parts within the pipeline. Then I communicated with the offshore supplier to work on a solution and immediately start shipping good parts and expediating the matte covers for the solution. After sorting, reworking, and shipping new parts, I troubleshooted the situation to figure out that a tab was protruding too far and causing the flapper's sticky cover to get stuck on the outside of the funnel. This project was so big that it got presented to directors. I was able to make connections and rapport. It got to a point that I was so known around the factory floor, that project assignments came from Team Leaders and ABLs and not just my assignment leader. Projects just found me. I honestly didn't feel like a co-op. I felt like an actual full-time employee. ”
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