National Rural Utilities Cooperative

National Rural Utilities Cooperative Reviews

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Sheldon C. Petersen
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    Very friendly and laid back work environment with good work life balance.

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    Former Employee - Credit Analyst
    Former Employee - Credit Analyst

    I worked at National Rural Utilities Cooperative full-time (more than 3 years)


    -Good Bonus, pension, and people


    -Very low salaries and lack of motivated staff

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    Management to begin to pay market based salaries.

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    Anonymous Employee in Dulles, VA
    Anonymous Employee in Dulles, VA
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    I applied through a recruiter. The process took a dayinterviewed at National Rural Utilities Cooperative in September 2011.

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    Excellent process, gatekeeper then series of four individual interviews including with human resources, direct report manage and two other managers. Met at headquarters, a new facility that has received national awards for its green approach. Locate in a fairly remote suburban area. Very quiet offices. All were great and I would enjoy working there with the exception of one officer that was predisposed in his decision. Good luck.

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Headquarters Dulles, VA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1969
Type Company - Private
Industry Finance
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Cooperation may work wonders on Sesame Street, but in the real world it takes money to pay the power bill. The National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation provides financing and investment services for rural electrical and telephone projects throughout the US. The group is owned by some 1,500 member electric utility and telecommunications systems. National Rural supplements the government loans that traditionally have fueled rural electric utilities by selling commercial paper, medium-term notes, and collateral trust bonds to fund its loan programs. National... More

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