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Tampa, FL
501 to 1000 employees
1948
Company - Private
Energy
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year
Unknown
This Seminole is not only a native Floridian, but it has also provided electricity in the state since 1948. Seminole Electric Cooperative generates and transmits electricity for 10 member distribution cooperatives that serve 1.7 million residential and business customers ... Read more

Seminole Electric Reviews

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  • "Good Company to work for to get your start in the industry"

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    Current Employee - Planning Engineer in Tampa, FL
    Current Employee - Planning Engineer in Tampa, FL
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    I have been working at Seminole Electric full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    if your new to the Power Industry this company is a great place to get your start and learn many aspect of your job unlike larger company in which you tend to focus on one.

    Cons

    no cons that i could speak of as of this moment

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Seminole Electric Interviews

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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Seminole Electric.

    Interview

    The process seems very disorganized. I got the impression that the hiring managers were bored and not interested in the candidates. They pulled a bait and switch at the interview by advertising no experience and listed no job duties, but then ask an exam question from college. The primary reason they claim they don't want experience is so that you'll accept lower pay. But then they want you to hit the ground running, the worst cliche you could say as an hiring manager. Pass folks!

    Interview Questions

    • If the company buys 20 refrigerators but with no invoice and you only use 17 of them, how would you expense them?   1 Answer
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