Mission: Reliable, Efficient, and Sustainable Energy for Consumers- Assist consumers in obtaining reliable, efficient, and sustainable energy services at a reasonable cost through appropriate regulatory and market means.
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I have been working at Federal Energy Regulatory Commission full-time (More than 5 years)
The work-life balance is great for working parents. There is a telework policy that allows work from home occasionally. And the government benefits are a plus.
The salary structure is on the government pay scale, so limited upward financial mobility. Otherwise, working here is pretty great.
Advice to Management
Keep on keeping on.
I applied online. I interviewed at Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The process was porous because of the timing. FERC did a poor job scheduling the interviews and keeping me in the loop. I had an initial phone interview with one guy scheduled, then, I had someone else conduct the interview. After the first phone interview, the interviewer said someone would follow-up in a week. I never heard anything back, so in two weeks I called and the guy was surprised no one reached out to me. Finally, I was scheduled for a second interview, which was essentially three different interviews.
The whole process seemed poorly handled. From last minute change of the interviewer, the interviewer who told me it was his last day at the company and no one following up. This FERC department seemed in disarray.