I worked at NorthWestern Energy full-time (More than 5 years)
The people are great if you work in good department. Money is great starts low but increases quickly and the benefits are pretty awesome too
You may have supervisor that is not easy to work with. No freedom to be creative. Wages start out low. If you don't have a degree you probably will never work there
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at NorthWestern Energy (Huron, SD).
They ask you a bunch of questions. It is one of the most detailed interviews I ever went through. When I applied for a position of New Construction I was easily the most qualified. But they only hire seniority so they hired a woman who did a terrible job. She was fired shortly thereafter. I decided at this point I would not be applying for any other positions.
They sent me a letter. I started at 11.56 an hour and my pay went up a lot and regularly.
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