Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission

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Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission General Manager Jerry N. Johnson
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    Former Employee - Summer Intern in Laurel, MD
    Former Employee - Summer Intern in Laurel, MD
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    Great environment. Friendly people. I recommend


    Lack of organization, at times I would find myself bored with no work.

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    Summer Interview

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission.


    The interview process was very relaxed and the interviewers were nice. They asked about 7 basic questions and then asked if I had any questions. Be prepared to answer questions about your background, and it might be a good idea to research the company thoroughly (current projects) before you sit down. It took awhile for them to get back to me, but I was glad they did eventually.

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    • What qualifications do you feel you bring to the table, what are some things that interest you about WSSC, Tell us about yourself   1 Answer

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National Top 50 Green Companies , Green Power Partnership, 2010

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Website www.wsscwater.com
Headquarters Laurel, MD
Size 1001 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1918
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Used water in, clean safe water out, is the job description of the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC). The utility provides water and wastewater services in Maryland's Montgomery and Prince George's counties, just outside the nation's capital. WSSC serves 460,000 customers, representing 1.8 million residents, in an area of about 1,000 square miles. The agency draws water from the Potomac and Patuxtent rivers and maintains three reservoirs. The commission also operates two water filtration plants, seven wastewater treatment plants, and more than ... More

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