First off, the Auxiliary Switch does not work on it's own - it's meant for using with a primary switch in 2, 3 or 4 switch setups (such as when you have a switch for a hall light on each end of the hallway). You need this: GE Z-Wave 960-Watt CFL-LED Indoor In-Wall On/Off Rocker Switch - which is more expensive than the Auxiliary switch, but required for a single switch setup or as the primary in a multi-switch setup.
Second, the GE switches are Z-wave devices. The Hue does not control Z-wave devices. So the short answer is no.
There are Z-wave controller devices that will pair with the Hue gateway that will allow a hybrid controller system, where the hybrid Z-wave controllers can talk to the Hue and control what Hue controls. http://www.vesternet.com/resources/using-z-wave-and-philips-hue-together - go here for more info.