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11 days ago

Performance Reporting Analyst

Dynegy Collinsville, IL

This position provides management reporting, regulatory reporting, and analytical support for plant operational performance data. This entails… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Shift Technician - C&I Qualified

Dynegy Wood River, IL

Shift Technician with core skill set of Control & Instrument Abilities. Position represented by Local Union #51 International Brotherhood of… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Maintenance Tech Level 4

Dynegy Kendall, FL

The Maintenance Technician, under the direction of the Maintenance Manager, is responsible for the preventative, corrective, and predictive… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Journeyman Mechanic

Dynegy Edwards, CO

· Maintain welding certifications to perform pressure vessel & structural welding / weld repairs to plant equipment as assigned. This equipment… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr Accounting Analyst

Dynegy Houston, TX

• Perform accounting for the company's corporate entities, including debt, cash, interest expense, investments in subsidiaries, payroll, pensions… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Journeyman Electrician

Dynegy Edwards, CO

This position requires the maintenance and testing of all electrical equipment at the Edwards Station. This includes but is not limited to: motor… Glassdoor

11 days ago

Plant Engineer I

Dynegy Kendall, FL

This position originates fixes for plant problems, applying broad knowledge of plant systems capabilities, regulatory requirements, industry… Glassdoor

26 days ago

Apprentice Operator - ND

Dynegy Duck Creek, WI

The Apprentice Operator is responsible for the operations and maintenance of equipment, including, but not limited to: steam generators and steam… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Instrument Electronic Tech

Dynegy Coffeen, IL

Instrument/ Electrical Technician duties will vary, but include troubleshooting control circuits, troubleshoot and repair electric and electronic… Glassdoor

13 days ago

Accounts Payable Analyst

Dynegy Houston, TX

- Resolve Vendor Payment Issues - Reconcile Vendor statements - Generate Monthly AP Metric and performance reporting - Assist in the month end AP… Glassdoor

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    Current Employee - Hourly Employee (Operations Or Maintenance)  in  Morro Bay, CA
    Current Employee - Hourly Employee (Operations Or Maintenance) in Morro Bay, CA

    I have been working at Dynegy


    Dynegy acquired our power plant in 2007. Overall it has been a reasonable company to work for. The benefits and salary package that was negotiated by our union was good and for the most part I believe that the majority of people were happy with it. The company allowed a significant amount of time off for one of the employees for the birth of her daughter and several weeks of post natal care, this was in part due to California law, but the company gets credit where it is due for allowing her to use vacation and sick time to make up for shortcomings in pay.


    The company as a whole is failing miserably but has amazingly stayed afloat this long. The company jumped on the debt bandwagon like every other nitwit in this country from the home flippers to the too big to fail banks. The lack of fundamental economic understanding and foresight is excusable for the GED crowd, but if your in an executive position you'd better be damn sure you're too big to fail before you take on a debt to asset ratio that big. Dynegy was not too big to fail. Recently the company has given the union and represented employees a big middle finger during contract negotiations. This is due to the fact that the company is going to be acquired and split up by Blackstone Group and NRG and therefor had no incentive to negotiate until after the deal passed. This didn't stop them from wasting many hours of the union reps time. Any shareholder with a significant amount of money in Dynegy has basically lost their ass.

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    Good luck with your future endeavors, I hope they are more successful than Dynegy.

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