- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Arizona Public Service Company full-time (More than 10 years)
Good benefits, Overtime, Paid Time Off, Job Security
Overtime, Shiftwork, High-Functioning Employees can be difficult to work with
Advice to Management
Remember the people working at CHQ, or other admin jobs (HR) don't generate, or distribute a single kw of electricity!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 6 weeks. I interviewed at Arizona Public Service Company (Phoenix, AZ).
I met first with an attorney, then with two other admin people. I was there for a couple of hours; the job advertised was completely different from the job being offered. Once I found out what the job really was, I wasn't interested and didn't really pretend to be especially interested or enthusiastic. Not only was I not interested in the job being offered, but I felt like I had been tricked into applying with a bait and switch. Having said that, the job paid very well, the people I met with were all very nice, it seems like a good company, and I'd considered interviewing there again, but this particular job simply wasn't what I was looking for and was not even a legal department job.
- They like the STAR interview questions, most of which presented negative/dire situations. Examples: Describe a time you were unable to complete a task on time and had to ask the team for help in order to get it done and how you got the team to help you out. Describe a situation where it was more efficient to work as a team rather than by yourself. Describe a time you failed and how you resolved it. Answer Question
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Arizona Public Service is a grand provider of energy in the Grand Canyon state. Arizona Public Service, a subsidiary of Pinnacle West Capital, distributes power to more than 1.1 million customers in 11 of 15 Arizona counties, making it the largest electric utility in the state. It operates about 6,000 miles of transmission lines and more than 28,500 miles of distribution lines; it also generates 6,280 MW of capacity at mainly fossil-fueled and nuclear power plants. Arizona Public Service also purchases power from other suppliers to supplement its company-owned generation ...