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12 days ago

Software Engineer, B

Tennessee Valley Authority Chattanooga, TN

** * Collaborates with business partners to understand business needs and identify potential technical solutions * Designs, creates, and maintains… ClickCast

30+ days ago

Fall Business Internships

Tennessee Valley Authority Chattanooga, TN

**_BUSINESS INTERN CANDIDATES_** NOTE: This job posting is for **Fall 2015**Internship Opportunities. Available for Applications… ClickCast

7 days ago

Prog Mgr, Boric Acid/Alloy

Tennessee Valley Authority Chattanooga, TN

**Prog Mgr, Boric Acid/Alloy 600** **Posting:**08/14/2015 - 09/14/2015 **Salary:**Competitive **Location:**Chattanooga, TN **Position Purpose… ClickCast

8 days ago

Eddy Current (TVAN) Tech - Level B

Tennessee Valley Authority Chattanooga, TN

** Serves as an NDE examiner, providing technical and nondestructive inspection expertise and technical direction of work. Assists responsible… ClickCast

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    Great Pay and Benefits, especially for the area.


    The people who actually put power on the grid (i.e. maintain the revenue stream) are not valued by upper management, because they are highly compensated. Money keeps a lot of dissatisfied people employed, therefore there is a negative culture on the operating crews. Operations works under a microscope from multiple fronts. Multiple times a day you get tasked with fixing deficiencies that are not under your control to prevent, always with a back story of you allowing low standards to prevail. This often comes in the forms of an e-mail, with a picture of something somebody saw in the plant. It gets old, especially when you are generally very busy keeping up with federal requirements. People who fail out of initial license training don't get paid as much, but have much greater upward mobility than those who earn their license.

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    Let the highly qualified people you pay so well actually use their skills to fix problems.

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