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2 days ago

Year-Round Intern: Distribution Automation Engineering Trainee (PRF2) – new

Southern California Edison Santa Ana, CA

Southern California Edisons (SCE's) Transmission and Distribution Organizational Unit (T&D) is responsible for planning, engineering, constructing… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Year-Round Graduate Intern: Process Improvement Analyst (PRF3) – new

Southern California Edison Westminster, CA

This position is part of Southern California Edisons (SCE) University and Campus Relations Internship Program. This position will report into the… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Recent Graduate: Associate Field Engineer Pomona (ENG1) – new

Southern California Edison Pomona, CA

Southern California Edisons (SCE's) Transmission and Distribution Organization (T & D) is responsible for planning, engineering, constructing… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Project Regular - Quality Assurance Project Manager (MPP1) – new

Southern California Edison Rosemead, CA

* This is a full-time, project regular position for an estimated duration of 24 months. This position is eligible for company benefits and… Beyond.com


21 hrs ago

Tier 3 Technical Support Engineer/ Sr. Network Engineer (ITS4) – new

Southern California Edison Irwindale, CA

The role of Edison Carrier Solutions (ECS) goes beyond the traditional service provider ECS is a Competitive Local Exchange Carrier focused on… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Telecommunication Engineer (ITS4) – new

Southern California Edison Irwindale, CA

The role of IT goes beyond the traditional Information Technology service provider. Many of the innovative ideas and projects that shape the companys… Beyond.com


5 days ago

Senior Controls Systems Engineer (ENG4)

Southern California Edison Alhambra, CA

The role of IT goes beyond the traditional InformationTechnology service provider. Many of the innovative ideas and projects that shape the companys… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Laboratory Storage Engineer (ENG3) – new

Southern California Edison Pomona, CA

Southern California Edisons (SCE's) Transmission and Distribution Organizational Unit (T & D) is responsible for planning, engineering, constructing… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Cybersecurity Technology Manager (MGR1) – new

Southern California Edison Irwindale, CA

The role of IT goes beyond the traditional Information Technology service provider. Many of the innovative ideas and projects that shape the companys… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Summer Internship: Customer Service Organization Engineering – new

Southern California Edison Irwindale, CA

Southern California Edisons Customer Service Organizational Unit shares the responsibility to safely deliver reliable, affordable electricity to our… Beyond.com


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    Big, old company. Needs a refreshing vision.

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    Current Employee - Distribution Engineer
    Current Employee - Distribution Engineer

    I have been working at Southern California Edison full-time (more than 5 years)

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    Great people work for SCE. I received great training when I started. I like the innovation that I see going on in my workgroup.

    Cons

    Disparities between workgroups are huge. Some have too much work and some too little. I sense a lack of strategy, and focus from management. Management doesn't acknowledge the main contributors/assets, and the best move on to other companies. Since I started here we have laid off about 4,000 employees.

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    Business processes are very obfuscated here. If they could be clarified and it would increase productivity. There's a huge disconnect between senior management and the lower level employees, I imagine that's a middle management problem, but who knows. Perks started good but are continually getting trimmed, how to you plan to retain talent?

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