- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Work on interesting and challenging problems everyday to make energy delivery more efficient. Knowledgeable co-workers who can help advance your career. One of the best benefits packages in the Indianapolis area, and the pay is great.
On call support can be busy at times, and the work/life balance is not great when that happens. Compensation is good for on call, but it is still stressful. Priorities are constantly shifting, so be prepared to constantly adapt.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at MISO.
After submitting an application, was contacted by recruiters within a couple of weeks with two interview day options. \
Was given very short notice to accept interview opportunity.
Interview was in open conference room with cohorts of mid-level functional managers and senior employees
4 rounds of interviews with basic behavioral questions and some technical questions.
Each interview was 30-40 minutes long.
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Midwesterners can feel the power, thanks to Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator (Midwest ISO), which monitors and coordinates the operation of an electric transmission system with almost 56,000 miles of transmission lines across 13 Midwestern states and the province of Manitoba. It manages energy markets with almost $23 billion in annual energy transactions. The Regional Transmission Organization (RTO) ensures fair access to the grid and facilitates communication between its members, which include investor-owned, cooperative, and municipal utilities, as well...