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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


24 days ago

Electrical Designer

Power Engineers Phoenix, AZ

Seeking an Electrical Designer with 5-10 years experience in electric utility substation design (or equivalent) for our office in Phoenix, AZ. An… 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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POWER Engineers CEO Jack Hand
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21 Ratings
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    Probably a great company, but they laid me off before I could find out.

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    Current Employee - Engineer II
    Current Employee - Engineer II

    I have been working at POWER Engineers full-time (less than an year)

    Pros

    Seems to be a good corporate culture in general with lots of travel and movement possible. Definitely in the black financially.

    Cons

    Unfortunately, they're in the habit of making promises they can't (or simply won't) keep. My previous company was bought out by Power, who let most people in the office keep their jobs, besides some in management who were billing a majority of overhead for timesheet management, etc. We were told the plan was to expand our office in the coming years to be several dozen to a hundred people. We were finishing engineering contracts for the local utility and preparing to get more signed the following week ( which would have led to about a years' worth of work), when HR representatives came and told us that the company had identified several main areas to focus on, moving forward, and that we did not happen to be one of them. They gave us about 3 weeks to finish the project, but took away our interns (who we needed, as they were signing off on several documents) the week after they told us we were being let go. All in all, not a great way to deal with people you hired less than 3 months previously.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get your ducks in a row before making personnel decisions, not in the middle of it or afterwards.

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    Disapproves of CEO

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