- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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I have never had a job that I could go to on any bad day and have it turned around by the people I work with every time. The workplace has good morale and the supervisors look out for you more than any other job I have had. The pay is good for what we do and raises and bonuses come like clockwork.
When higher positions open up there is a lot of competition due to everybody trying to move forward. Some can see competition as a good thing.
Advice to Management
Keep up the good work. Some have been given the position without the proper experience but the team sticks together and works it out.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at SCANA.
I quickly applied for an internship position, not expecting to even get a call back. However, I received an email within a week informing that I had been selected for a phone interview. The phone interview including myself and two others, but was very laid back, questions about my background of skills were asked. Once I made it through the phone interview I was offered an in person interview where I would also be given a programming aptitude test. The in person interview consisted of getting to know one other, my resume, and basically why I deserved the position. Overall, SCANA is very persistent and the people are very kind.
- The programming aptitude test was a bit difficult, but not because of the question difficulty, but because I had never taken one before and I was extremely nervous that I wouldn't pass. It was also timed which added some pressure. 1 Answer
It was an internship offering $19 an hour, which was more money than I had ever made or expected to make at an internship, so I did not negotiate.
SCANA is cooking with (natural) gas and electricity all over South and North Carolina, and Georgia. The holding company serves 660,000 electricity customers and 942,000 gas customers in the neighboring states through utilities South Carolina Electric & Gas (SCE&G), Public Service Company of North Carolina, and SCANA Energy (in Georgia). SCANA has an electric generating capacity of about 5,270 MW, derived from fossil-fueled power plants and hydroelectric and nuclear generation facilities. Unregulated operations include retail and wholesale energy marketing and trading, gas...