Mission: MISSION: Provide affordable, reliable and environmentally sensitive energy services to our customers.
VISION: Leading the way we power the future.
I have been working at Omaha Public Power full-time (More than 10 years)
Salary and benefits are good.
Moving within the company has become more difficult.
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Omaha Public Power (Omaha, NE) in May 2018.
The process to apply was very simple but it took a few weeks for the HR to actually call and talk to me. There was a call to check my availability to interview with a recruiter followed by a call from the recruiter. The call with the recruiter lasted not more than 5 minutes, the questions asked were what my salary expectations were, do i have the experience required by the posting and was ready to hangup. I had to explain what my actual background was and why i wanted to apply for this role. But it seemed the recruiter wasn't interested to listen to all that. Shortest call ever!!
I tried to send 2 messages to the recruiter to know what the status was and if I can get any update on the next steps only to be greeted with silence. Wish they took a few secs to let candidates they call to know that they are not pursuing forward. I understand its overwhelming to receive emails from multiple candidates however I find it very rude to not get a response for an email.
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