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Infrastructure Specialist III - Sr. Network Engineer

Ameren Saint Louis, MO

include Manage, lead, and participate in project implementation of TCPIP LAN, FAN, and WAN networks and other networking projects Provide… Dice

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Ameren President & CEO Warner L. Baxter
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    Good work/life balance, but not challenging enough

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    Former Employee - Quantitative in Saint Louis, MO
    Former Employee - Quantitative in Saint Louis, MO

    I worked at Ameren


    Good work/life balance, it was not uncommon to see fellow coworkers arriving at 7AM and leaving at 3PM each day. Most people in the company are nice and easy to get along with. Good benefits and a decent match on the 401k. Compensation was good for the amount of work required.


    For those trying to challenge themselves, Ameren might not be the best place to work. There are very few projects, which is partially a function of the "if it's not broke, don't fix it" mentality that is common among utilities. There is simply no urgency to improve processes or look for efficiencies. Along those lines, there is very little room for creative thinking. Workers are expected to do what they are told and nothing else. Promotions are usually based on seniority rather than merit.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Be more transparent -- "regular" employees don't really know what management is trying to accomplish
    - Be more open to new ideas -- the company is conservative, but that doesn't mean it should be closed to new ideas

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