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Leadership Development Programs

User Experience Leadership:  Program UXLP


The User Experience Leadership Program offers people with a passion for user experience an opportunity to grow their leadership skills, business acumen and design abilities, while building a career with unlimited potential. Program members learn by doing—gaining real-world experience by working on important and challenging projects alongside some of the brightest designers and technical minds in the world.

Design the Things that Matter

At GE, we’re designing at scale. Big Scale. We’re creating software that builds, powers, moves, and cures the world. We’re developing control centers for power plants, medical imaging software that saves lives, analytics that monitor jet engine performance, control systems for freight trains, and much more.

We’re building the Industrial Internet—a generation of intelligent systems that predict and respond to their environments. Key to our mission is applying design and user experience principles and methods to bring people, business, and industry, software, sensor data, and analytics together in creating the next Internet frontier.

Are you seeking a challenge? Want to build global design systems? Research the future of interaction and collaboration? Focus on a specific industry? Then join our user experience community as we transform GE into a design powerhouse where it’s almost impossible not to tackle projects that will benefit the world we live in.

The User Experience associates selected will be part of a cutting-edge leadership program designed to develop and accelerate the next generation of UX leaders at GE through a two-year developmental program. Program members will be vital in building GE’s Design and Experience capabilities and UXLP graduates will advance into roles across GE.


• GE is an equal opportunity employer. Legal authorization to work in the country/region where the business is hiring is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job.

• Recent master’s degree in Graphic Design, Communications Design, Industrial Design, Interaction Design, Computer Science, or appropriate design related degree may be applicable.

• Able to work in San Ramon, California, for the first year of the program; geographic mobility required for the second year

• For U.S. candidates only: Legal work authorization is required.

• You may have to satisfy the requirements of Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.


• If GE is interviewing at your campus, submit your resumé through your career center’s online system and complete GE’s online application at


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