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I have been working at SRPRecommendsRecommends
Great benefits, pay and opportunities to move around the company
Work any where in the company except central reclamation services the foreman dont work and are out to make them selves look good when all they do is go to the gym on company time then take lunch and show up late and leave early and the manager lets this happens and makes excuses for them they lie and make themselves look good to the rest of the company worse place in the company because foreman and manager never felt so ashamed to work for a company because of highly paid supervisor to sit in an office all day and bark orders and contridic themselves.
Advice to Management
Send employees to supervisor training current and future supervisors
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at SRP.
I applied on SRP's website and received an email about 1 month later stating that I have interview for the position. The person in the email said to call a number and we'll get scheduled, so I did and everything was set up. I get there and am brought into a conference room. I was under the impression there would be 3, maybe 5 people max interviewing me. Wrong. The entire division of 10 people came in to ask me interview questions along with the director. This wasn't some high profile management position so I don't know what they were thinking.
- Questions like 'name a time when...'; 'have you ever had a difficult experience with another employee...'. Seemed to be mostly behavioral questions with specific questions about your background thrown in there. Answer Question
SRP is the oldest multipurpose federal reclamation project in the United States. We have been serving central Arizona since 1903, nearly 10 years before Arizona became the 48th state. Today the SRP power district is one of the nation's largest public power utilities. We provide electricity to more than 970,000 retail customers in a 2,900-square-mile service area that spans three Arizona counties, including most of the metropolitan Phoenix area (known as the Valley). We are an integrated utility, providing generation, transmission and distribution services, as well ...