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9 days ago

Lead Analyst - Applications

Iberdrola, USA Augusta, ME

): 1. Coordinates the development, maintenance, integration and enhancement of software applications within project deadlines, including scope… CareerBuilder


14 days ago

Lead Analyst - Financial Accounting

Iberdrola, USA New Gloucester, ME

Scope of Work - Main duties, settings, geography, reporting relationships, other relationships: Under the direction of the Manager Financial… CareerBuilder


9 days ago

Lead Analyst - Business Analysis & Planning

Iberdrola, USA New Gloucester, ME

Scope of Work - Main duties, settings, geography, reporting relationships, other relationships: This position is responsible for the financial… CareerBuilder


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Robert D. Kump
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    Work for the Engineering contractors not IUSA

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    Current Employee - Electrical Engineer in Augusta, ME
    Current Employee - Electrical Engineer in Augusta, ME

    I have been working at Energy East full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Energy East -RG&E, NYSEG and CMP- is now Iberdrola USA a Spanish company. They are rebuilding the electric utility grid and spending billions of dollars on engineering design and construction.

    Cons

    IUSA pays well below market value so employees with Engineering and IT skills constantly leave for better pay. Most work is done by contractors and they get much better pay than IUSA employees. Iberdrola USA tries to hold their employees hostage. IUSA imposes non-compete clauses on the contractors preventing them from hiring IUSA employees. New IUSA employees are not told about this non-compete clause when hired. You go to work for IUSA then find out you can't apply for the much better paying contract jobs unless you quit first. Lots quit anyway and turn up at the contract companies.

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    This isn't Spain. The US doesn't have 25% unemployment. Salary is set by market demand not by companies.

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