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I have been working at JEA full-time (More than 3 years)
JEA has a great comprehensive benefit package. They offer lots of PTO. A very community involved community. Provides decent pay.
The pay is "decent" Other companies , more so, private provide much more competitive salaries. Also very conservative environment.
Advice to Management
Management needs to seek to close communication gaps. However I think this a common issue in most companies
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. I interviewed at JEA (Jacksonville, FL).
The whole thing was a horrible joke, and the joke was one me. They first contacted me about salary requirements. Then they wanted a copy of my college transcript from 20 years earlier. No telephone screening or anything. They asked me to come in (from out of state) as a final candidate and offered only two possible interview timeslots. I opted for 8 am. No one was there to meet me on time. They brought me up late (starting late) and ended punctually. The questions were written in advance and one could not ask questions. In the end, it was apparent that they were going through the obligatory motions but were promoting from within.
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As long as sparks are flying in Jacksonville, everything is A-OK with JEA. The community-owned , not-for-profit utility provides electricity to more than 417,000 customers in Jacksonville and surrounding areas in northeastern Florida. Managing an electric system that dates back to 1895, JEA has a net generating capacity of 3,050 MW. It owns three thermal power plants and is the joint-owner of a fourth. JEA also gets 12.8 MW of generating capacity two methane-fueled landfill plants. The company resells electricity to other utilities, including NextEra Energy. JEA also ...