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30+ days ago

Electrical Project Engineer

Power Engineers Phoenix, AZ

Seeking a full time mid to senior level Electrical Engineer to work in our Distribution Services Project Engineering Department in our Phoenix… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Distribution Designer

Power Engineers Phoenix, AZ

Seeking a full time Power Delivery Distribution Designer to work in our Distribution Department in the Phoenix, AZ office. This position requires… Beyond.com


18 days ago

Senior Overhead Transmission Line Engineer

Power Engineers Phoenix, AZ

Seeking a Senior Overhead Transmission Line Engineer to work in our Power Delivery Line Group located in our Phoenix, Arizona office. A BSCE and… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Substation Engineer III

Power Engineers Phoenix, AZ

Seeking a full-time Senior Electrical Engineer to work in the Power Delivery Substation Design Department in our Phoenix, Arizona office. A BSEE… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Substation Engineer II

Power Engineers Phoenix, AZ

Seeking a full-time mid-level Electrical Engineer to work in the Power Delivery Substation Design Department in our Phoenix, Arizona office. A BSEE… Beyond.com


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    Fantastic, until ex-Micron workers came in.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Meridian, ID
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Meridian, ID

    I worked at POWER Engineers full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Laid back atmosphere, friendly people, free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate. Fun outings. Beer and wine coolers on Friday afternoons.

    Cons

    Was a good place to work until ex-Micron people came in around five years ago. The IT department has far too many managers, is an overhead department, and spends way too much money. Pay is below average, and raises are inconsistent. Mid to upper level management personnel are secure in their positions.

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    Make sure your managers and leaders actually know how to manage and lead.

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