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25 days ago

Director, Fossil Development

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

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6 days ago

Senior Analyst IT- Finance

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

Exelon Corporation is one of the nation's largest electric utilities, with more than $32 billion in annual revenues. The company has one of the… Exelon Corporation


26 days ago

Principal Financial Analyst, FP&A

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

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4 days ago

Sr Analyst IT

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL +2 locations

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14 days ago

Senior Business Development Manager (Constellation)

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

Constellation is Exelon's competitive retail and wholesale energy business. Constellation and its subsidiary brands provide an array of innovative… Exelon Corporation


11 days ago

Sr. Data Analyst

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

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24 days ago

Principle Analyst, Risk Control

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

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16 days ago

Talent & Leadership Programs Manager

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

Exelon Corporation is one of the nation's largest electric utilities, with more than $32 billion in annual revenues. The company has one of the… Exelon Corporation


28 days ago

Sr Analyst: Risk Assessment/Plans & Audit Ops

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

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4 days ago

Principal Quantitative Analyst

Exelon Corporation Chicago, IL

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    IT Contractor 11 1/2 months

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    Former Employee - Java J2EE Programmer  in  Chicago, IL
    Former Employee - Java J2EE Programmer in Chicago, IL

    I worked at Exelon as a contractor for less than a year

    Pros

    Gorgeous views from Chase Tower

    Cons

    Contactors beware: 11 month contract was pulled after 4 1/2 months due to long downtime between projects/budgets/code freezes. Worked hard, volunteered overtime hours to help them meet deadlines. Got rewarded with early termination - 9 days notice. Companies that do this to contractors are terrible. Its not the 1st time this happened to me, but I thought better of Exelon. While there, I saw way too many chiefs for very old IT applications, many of which only work with one browser - IE8 (!) - supposedly there's a 2 year rewrite in process. Was hired for J2EE, ended up fixing old Servlets and Cobol. There might be politics involved in advancing since the ones I worked for didn't seem to be very bright on post 2000 IT programming. Pay to wear jeans on Friday, lots of managers walking around, having lots of meetings, often on loud phone calls. Too many bureaucratic layers to offer any ideas on improvements. No one there seems to want to hear them anyway. One final note ... they seem to hire a lot of interns or seasoned contractors for short-term catch-up assignments. The poor interns seem to sit around for weeks at time with nothing to do, yet the managers are always watching them. Couldn't figure out why they do that.

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    Don't screw your contractors. Would never work again for your company since I had to go on unemployment waiting for a replacement contract.

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