I worked at Nyseg full-time (Less than a year)
Working for a Utility had a great learning experience. Got to work in different power plant and learn many different things.
Shift work was not the greatest. The 8 hour shifts were not good on my body and home life. Time off was very limited.
Advice to Management
Train your people. Most supervisors have had many years working in a power plant. They should share there knowledge with the younger people.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Nyseg (Kirkwood, NY).
Apply on the website. They do callback about 2 weeks later. You go the main buidling and do a typing test. They want about 20 WPM and accuracy. There's no excuse for failing. Practice online
If you pass, you get a callback to schedule an interview. It's a panel. Dress nice. Smile after every response. Have 3 good stories. Focus on customer service and going beyond for cusotmers.
They'd call back in about 2 weeks. If you get it, you do a drug test and a background check.
None, it's all union. Annual raises though.
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