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  • As a QA automation engineer, I learned a lot about automation and agile software development.

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    Former Intern - QA Automation Engineer in Rensselaer, NY
    Former Intern - QA Automation Engineer in Rensselaer, NY

    I worked at New York ISO as an intern (less than a year)


    Good atmosphere, nice people, it is a great place to work with.


    No much discussion among people.


New York ISO Interviews

Updated Mar 5, 2015
Updated Mar 5, 2015

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    ICAP Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Albany, NY
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Albany, NY
    Application Details

    I applied online. The process took 2+ monthsinterviewed at New York ISO in February 2015.

    Interview Details

    Step 1 - Online application. Standard requirements: resume, cover letter.
    Step 2 - Phone interview. It was longer (1h) and more in depth than I expected. I am very glad I felt thoroughly prepared. Diverse questions but within what you would expect for an interview
    Step 3 - In-person interview. It was longer (ran 4+ hours, scheduled for 3) than I expected. I met with my potential supervisor, his supervisor, and my potential colleagues. Interview style varied by person, but I didn't feel like it was intentionally uncomfortable. Some difficult questions.

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    I only negotiated minimally because I was satisfied with the offer.
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Headquarters Rensselaer, NY
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1999
Type Nonprofit Organization
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Keeping the lights on in Times Square is only part of the job description of the New York Independent System Operator (New York ISO). The company, which replaced the New York Power Pool, manages and monitors wholesale activities on the state's transmission grid, which consists of some 11,000 miles of high-voltage lines. The New York ISO is charged with providing fair access to the state's competitive wholesale power market (37,400 MW of generating capacity), while ensuring the reliable, efficient, and safe delivery of power to New York's more than 19 million residents. The... More

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