Los Angeles Water and Power

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Headquarters Los Angeles, CA
Size Unknown
Founded Unknown
Type Government
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $500 to $999 million (USD) per year

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) keeps the movie cameras running and the swimming pools full. The largest municipally owned utility in the US, LADWP provides electricity to more than 1.4 million residential and business customers and water to 640,000 customers. The company has power plant interests that give it more than 7,220 MW of generating capacity; it also buys and sells wholesale power. Most of the city's water supply is transported through two aqueduct systems from the Sierra Nevada Mountains; other water sources include wells and local... More

Working at Los Angeles Water and Power

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Employees say it's “OK”   17 ratings

3.0

83% Approve of the CEO   6 ratings

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S. David Freeman

Interim General Manager

Great way to gain experience as a student.

  Current Employee

Pros: Work closely with engineers and interesting tasks. Full Review

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Electrical Engineering Associate

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Student Engineer Intern - Hourly

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Customer Service Representative - Hourly

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Los Angeles, CA Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Interview Details – You have an initial interview, you're ranked on a list, and as the Department posts jobs with this title, you receive notices. You respond with your resume. If they like you, they call you back and schedule an interview. Following that interview, you'll be notified. (Estimate 3-9 months for…Full Interview

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