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12 days ago

Attorney-Advisor

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission United States

About the Agency The Office of the General Counsel, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, is seeking a mid-level attorney with natural gas and oil… Glassdoor


20 days ago

Electrical Engineer

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission United States

About the Agency This position is located in the Office of Electric Reliability. The Office of Electric Reliability helps protect and improve the… Glassdoor


15 days ago

IT Specialist (INFOSEC) Direct Hire Authority

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission United States

About the Agency This position is located in the Office of Energy Infrastructure Security. The Office provides leadership, expertise, and assistance… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Recent Graduate Energy Industry Analyst

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission United States

About the Agency This position is located in the Office of Enforcement's Division of Analytics and Surveillance. The Office of Enforcement serves… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Auditor

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission United States

About the Agency This position is located in the Office of Enforcement's Division of Audits and Accounting. The Office of Enforcement serves the… Glassdoor


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    FERC OAL: great training ground for young attorneys, watch out for the 2yr probationary period

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    Former Employee - Trial Attorney  in  Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Trial Attorney in Washington, DC

    I worked at Federal Energy Regulatory Commission full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    -great place to build TRIAL skills as a young attorney
    -great place to learn substantive knowledge of energy regulatory world
    -helpful trainings
    -getting experience and contacts from inside the regulator
    -awesome perks like 1) one day off in every two week pay period for working 9-6 instead of 9-5 the other nine days in the pay period and 2) work from home ("telework") up to 3 days per pay period

    Cons

    -compensation is not great (but not terrible, especially considering the perks above)
    -the two year probationary period is legit--you can be fired for any reason or no reason at all during your first two years there. this has happened before to good attorneys.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Let attorneys inside their 2 year probationary period know when theyve gone off track so that they have an opportunity to improve before you fire them.

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