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I have been working at Bonneville PowerPros
Loads of employee perks. Gym, cafeteria, benefits.Cons
No one is really managing. Parking is difficult.Advice to ManagementAdvice
You would be advising the President of the US, he appoints the leaders of BPA. So best advice would be not to appoint political cronies, and find true government servants to manage the corporation.RecommendsPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Bonneville Power.Interview Details
Hiring process is more or less straightforward. However, one key point is that it takes time to conduct the background check and general security clearance.
Straight forward interview. Questions about how your resume/experience fits the position. Likely you can expect to address a scenario: describe your analysis approach and your proposed deliverables.
Expect additional questions regarding how you would manage stakeholders, address change management and scope creep.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsPosition was via a contracting agency. No 'negotiation'Accepted OfferAverage Interview
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Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) keeps the lights on in the Pacific Northwest. The US Department of Energy power marketing agency operates a transmission grid (with more than 15,000 miles of high-voltage lines) that delivers about 35% of the electrical power consumed in the region. The electricity that BPA wholesales is generated primarily by 31 federal hydroelectric plants (operated by the US Army Corp of Engineers) and one private nuclear facility. BPA also purchases power from other hydroelectric, gas-fired, and wind and solar generation facilities in North...