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    Excellent Company to work for


    Out of State work was all that was available

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    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Edison Mission Energy.


    Their talent management team was really kind and informative. They took the time to answer any questions and were available for followup questions. It took close to a month between interviews to actually getting an offer. I was originally called in for one postion though after a few weeks they called me back for an entirely different post. If they like you and don't have an immediate fit, they do keep you on file for future openings.

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Website www.edisonmissionenergy.com
Headquarters Santa Ana, CA
Size 1001 to 5000 Employees
Operated By NRG Energy
Founded 1987
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors AEP, Calpine

Edison Mission Energy (EME) mission once was to conquer the nonregulated energy sector around the world, but now it will settle for focusing on a big slice of the US market. The company, a indirect subsidiary of Edison International, has interests in about 40 power plants in the US and one in Turkey (Doga project) that give it a net physical generating capacity of almost 11,000 MW. EME sells power through contracts with large utilities, regional distributors, and other energy companies; it also trades energy on the open markets. In 2010 72% of the company's generating ... More

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