Imperial Irrigation District
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I worked at Imperial Irrigation District full-time (more than 8 years)Pros
most employees have 9/80's and 4/10s schedules.
good benefit plans.
IID Energy provides electric power to more than 145,000 customers in the Imperial Valley and parts of Riverside and San Diego counties. As the sixth largest utility in California, IID Energy controls more than 1,100 megawatts of energy derived from a diverse resource portfolio that includes its own generation, and long- and short-term power purchases.
As a consumer-owned utility, IID Energy works to efficiently and effectively meet our customers’ demands at the best possible rates, tying our area’s low-cost of living directly with low-cost utilities. We accomplish this by producing 30 percent of our power supply locally, using efficient, low-cost hydroelectric facilities, steam generation facilities, as well as several natural gas turbines. We emphasize environmentally friendly operations by employing as many “green” resources as available. Our diverse resource portfolio provides our customers with some of the lowest cost rates in southern California.Cons
not much opportunity of career growth.
bad upper management, they change upper management people in short term.
weather is too hot in this area, summer gets to 120 F.
With more than 3,000 miles of canals and drains, IID is the largest irrigation district in the nation. As a public agency, IID strives to provide the highest level of service at the most economical price while still preserving the unique ecosystem associated with this working landscape. Following are a list of quick facts about IID's Water Department.Advice to ManagementAdvice
should hire local people or qualified people with enough experienceDoesn't RecommendPositive Outlook
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Imperial Irrigation District (IID) has two purposes: to keep the lights on and the water flowing. A public agency, IID is the third largest public power utility in the state, providing generation, transmission, and distribution services to more than 145,000 residential, commercial, and industrial customers. It is also the largest irrigation district in the US, delivering water to more than 500,000 acres of active farmland and providing wholesale water to local municipalities primarily in the Southern California desert corridors of Imperial Valley and Coachella Valley. The...