New York Power Authority Jobs in Marcy, NY

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30+ days ago

Assistant System Operator

New York Power Authority Marcy, NY

* Monitor and ensure all NYPA generation is on schedule according to posted bids and NYISO basepoints. * Coordinate Out of Merits, project de-rates… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Technician C

New York Power Authority Marcy, NY

Under general supervision removes, tests, installs, repairs, calibrates and maintains all but the most complicated types of electronic, electrical… ClickCast

30+ days ago

I & C Engineer

New York Power Authority Marcy, NY

* Assist in the establishment of preliminary design criteria, review engineering specifications, and assist in commissioning large-sale capital… ClickCast

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New York Power Authority President & CEO Gil C. Quiniones
Gil C. Quiniones
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    Company devolving into typical state agency.

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    Current Employee - Craft Rank and File in Marcy, NY
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    In a region of upstate NY ravaged by the loss of manufacturing jobs, NYPA remains as one of the few relatively stable employers. When I was hired several years ago, this was perhaps, comprehensively, the best company I had ever worked for. The pay and benefits were not the best, but there was an enlightened culture of cooperation between management and craft. It was genuinely like a family. NYPA once seemed to truly value their employees, and though we didn't always agree, everyone worked together for the greater good of the company. Unfortunately, this is no longer the case.


    Gone are the days of a symbiotic relationship between management and the folks in the trenches. The retirement of senior management during the past few years has ushered in a new crop of ego driven ladder climbers that appear to be more interested furthering their careers than maintaining policies established for the greater good of the company. Given the recent changes, one can only surmise that management is aggressively pursuing a new, bewilderingly adversarial approach toward its employees. This is leading down a slippery slope of diminished morale, lower productivity, greater turnover, and ultimately, increased costs. Once an employer that offered a lifetime of rewarding work, I know several employees, both management and craft, who are now actively seeking other employment.

    Advice to Management

    We, the rank and file, understand that NYPA is a political operation, and that our management gets their marching orders from elected or appointed officials. However, as senior management, you should have firm grasp of the business at the core operational level. Shame on you for not being able to articulate and persuade these bureaucrats why detrimental changes in work practices ultimately will have no benefit in terms of increased productivity or overall operational savings. Quality leadership is firm, fair, and consistent. Let's restore reason to the decision making process.

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