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Challenging projects, great leadership team. Some projects require a lot of innovative problem solving and strategic thinking.
Work life balance sometimes sacrificed if not managed correctly.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day – interviewed at MISO (Indianapolis, IN) in March 2015.
Only phone interview. The interview was...weird. HR sent a email one week before the schedule. The phone interview was with a manager in MISO's FTR group. It seems like the manager did not want to make the call at all. My guess is that the HR sent resume to the manager; and the manager was not interested in the resume but still called considering that HR sent it to him. I would say that the interviewer had unfriendly tone and asked only two general questions before the call ended in only 10 min. The major reason for this, I guess, is that they are only interested in someone with directly related experience (maybe the experience on exactly the same position in other ISOs)
- In my case I would say that the interviewer had unfriendly tone and asked only two general questions (the call lasted for only 10 min). But if you do had directly related experience I think there would be technical questions regarding your experience with ISO's FTR group. Answer Question
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 ...