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Great benefits with very affordable premiums.
Not enough cross-training for similar positions.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 6+ weeks – interviewed at Florida Power & Light (Juno Beach, FL).
Initial interview was over the phone, followed by an invitation to come onsite. Met with management and directors and spent approximately a half day there. Returned to complete a test onsite and meet with remaining directors and the vp. All meetings wee one on one. Conversations and questions came from slightly different angles depending on the person'a role who was interviewing. Next step I was given a test assignment that needed to be completed in 24 hours. After that I went through the background check process, which took the longest. Overall, FPL was responsive and communicative throughout the process to let me know I was on track but by nature the experience takes time.
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Florida Power & Light (FPL) sheds extra light onto the Sunshine State. The company, a subsidiary of utility holding company NextEra Energy, serves some 4.5 million electricity customers in eastern and southern Florida. FPL has about 74,080 miles of transmission and distribution lines, as well as interests in fossil-fueled and nuclear power plants that give it a generating capacity of more than 23,720 MW. Natural gas accounts for the bulk of the power it generates; coal, only 5%. FPL has 110 MW of solar generated capacity, more than any other utility outside of California...