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Timothy S. Woodbury
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    Overall good work experience

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    Current Employee - Power Plant Operator in Palatka, FL
    Current Employee - Power Plant Operator in Palatka, FL

    I have been working at Seminole Electric full-time (More than 10 years)

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    High paying job for this area. Schedule allows for a good bit of time off and there is opportunity for overtime if you want the extra money. The plant is thirty years old but the company has been updatng equipment at a steady pace.


    Not many of the management staff have any hands on plant experience and tend to manage from a distance. The end result is a lot of miscommunication with overreaction on some issues and no attention to others. Also,as with most other heavy industry, government overregulation has caused way too much of the employee's and the company's time to be wasted with compliance issues.

    Advice to Management

    Spend time in the plant on a regular basis (not just when there is a problem) and talk to your people more. You will be better managers for it.

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Headquarters Tampa, FL
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1948
Type Company - Private
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

This Seminole is not only a native Floridian, but it has also provided electricity in the state since 1948. Seminole Electric Cooperative generates and transmits electricity for 10 member distribution cooperatives that serve 1.7 million residential and business customers (848,274 meters in 2010) in 45 Florida counties. Seminole Electric has more than 2,120 MW of primarily coal-fired generating capacity (but with some natural gas and nuclear power generation, too). The cooperative also buys electricity from other utilities and independent power producers, and it owns... More

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