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El Paso Electric CEO Thomas V. Shockley
Thomas V. Shockley
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  • One of the best companies in El Paso

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    -Good hours. -Good pay. -Great people, but sometimes under bad administration. -Excellent benefits.


    -Too much time wasted in the office. -Too much office drama. -Supervisors can be really demeaning towards personnel.

    Advice to Management

    Involve your interns in more strenuous projects.

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    Associate Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in El Paso, TX
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    I applied in-person. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at El Paso Electric (El Paso, TX) in September 2011.


    I saw the open position at the EPE website and applied for it. After more than a month later i got a call from HR to set up a phone interview for the following day. The call was about 15 minutes later than the time they said they called. They only asked me three questions and the interview lasted about 5 minutes.

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Website www.epelectric.com
Headquarters El Paso, TX
Size 501 to 1000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (EE)
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Competitors AEP, PNM Resources, Lcra

El Paso Electric creates currents along the Rio Grande River. The utility transmits and distributes electricity to some 372,000 customers in West Texas and southern New Mexico. More than half of the company's sales come from its namesake city and nearby Las Cruces, New Mexico. The firm has more than 1,640 MW of nuclear, fossil-fuel, and wind-based generating capacity. El Paso Electric also purchases power from other utilities and marketers, and sells wholesale power in Texas and New Mexico, as well as in Mexico. Its largest customers include military installations ... More

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