An extraordinary place to work where every moment matters
GE HealthCare is an extraordinary place to be for people who embrace challenges and jump on opportunities. 
This page provides useful information about our recruitment process to help you prepare and gain a better understanding of our culture.

Our different interview stages

Recruiter Phone Interview Your first interview will be conducted by phone/MS Teams: this is where we get to know you, your career and salary expectations and talk through your experiences in relation to the job description.
Your recruiter will give you a better sense of the role, and will answer any preliminary questions you may have.
We will then plan to update you on the next steps within a week.
Technical Assessment For some of our roles, you may be asked to complete a technical assessment to check capabilities aligned to the core requirements the role performs. This may take a week to organize.
Hiring Manager Interview If you are successful and shortlisted, you will have an interview with the hiring manager. We aim to book this next step within 10 days, taking in to account your and the hiring managers availability.

This second stage (virtual or on site) is where we go a little further in assessing your eligibility and suitability for the role. It’s also an opportunity for you to ask questions and get a sense of who you would be working for and with.
Final Interview Virtual or on-site final stage: a selection of leaders may further probe on technical and soft skills, assessing your alignment towards our leadership behaviors.

Once completed, your interviewers will have a debrief meeting and your recruiter will aim to update you on the outcome within a week.

Interviewing at GE HealthCare

The STAR Method GE HealthCare uses competency-based interview questions, so we can hear evidence of your skills, knowledge & behaviors.
The STAR method allows the interviewer the opportunity to probe by understanding the specific Situation, Task, Action, and Result of the situation you are describing.

Situation – Provide the context and background around the situation or task you were involved in. 
Task – Describe your role and responsibility within the scenario. 
Action – Explain the actions you took to address the situation.  
Results – Describe the outcome of your actions.
Interview Tips
  • Do some research on GE HealthCare and have a compelling reason for wanting to join. In your own mind, identify your "selling points" and the reasons you want the job.
  • Review our leadership behaviors – do our values align with your own?  
  • Review your LinkedIn network – consider reaching out to people in your network who work for GE HealthCare. Ask them about the culture, leadership, work environment and business priorities. 
  • Study the job description: assess your strengths and growth areas
Interview Tips (cont'd)
  • Be prepared: think through likely questions and your answers. Try to anticipate any potential concerns or reservations: articulate how you can overcome those. Be ready to use data or clear examples to show measures of success.
  • Be self-aware: talk to what you’ve achieved but also what attracts you to the job from a development standpoint.
  • Ask your interviewer to re-phrase any questions you don’t fully understand.
  • Prepare questions for the interviewer so that you are best equipped to determine if GE HealthCare is the right fit for your career.

Our commitment to Inclusion & Diversity

At GE HealthCare, we believe in the value of your unique identity, background, and experiences. We are committed to fostering an inclusive culture, where everyone feels empowered to do their best work because they feel accepted, respected, and that they belong. 

By embracing diverse teams and perspectives, we are better equipped to help improve lives in the moments that matter and to build a healthier world.
Head over to our I&D page to read more about our Employee Resource Groups, our commitments, and our employee stories.