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12 days ago

Senior IT Auditor

Sempra Energy San Diego, CA

/ Duties: * As directed by Project Manager or Principal Auditor, plans audits, determination of scope and development of project… Beyond.com


4 days ago

Staff Accountant

Sempra Energy San Diego, CA

/ Duties: * Preparation and consolidation of internal financial reports to senior management and external reporting requirements to the SEC and… Beyond.com


6 days ago

Senior Accountant

Sempra Energy San Diego, CA

* Perform the monthly close process with appropriate reporting, analysis, and journal entries. * Perform settlement accounting processes including GL… Beyond.com


16 days ago

Principal Accountant (Research & Policy)

Sempra Energy San Diego, CA

/Duties: * Interprets and analyzes new accounting principles and regulatory decisions from the Financial Accounting Standards Board, Securities and… Beyond.com


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    Great place to learn. Not a great place to advance.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  San Diego, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Diego, CA

    I have been working at Sempra Energy full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    1. The pay is good
    2. The work is challenging (never bored)
    3. Professional development is encouraged through education opportunities and training
    4. Job is secure, very stable company. Also very ethical, don't have to worry about an Enron situation

    Cons

    1. Very old school mentality in terms of work-life balance:
         a. Face time is important
         b. If you're leaving at 5, you're not considered a good employee (even if you're working from home at night)
         c. Don't even think about a part-time schedule
    2. Getting promoted is difficult. You never really know when you will get promoted. It's like a dangling carrot that nobody tells you how to get.
    3. Lots of work, not enough people (varies between groups). Lost a few employees to other companies and they were just replaced with contractors (who charge by the hour, so not the most efficient).

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    No opinion of CEO