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I have been working at TECO Energy full-time
Great pay, great benefits! Most employees are happy to be part of the TECO family.
If you're not an engineer, there's not a lot of succession. The recent acquisition by Emera leaves many worried about the future.
Advice to Management
Establish succession/progression plans for all positions
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at TECO Energy (Tampa, FL) in September 2016.
I applied online, received an email inviting me to an interview a week after I applied. The three interviews were an hour long in three different day with three different supervisors. All interview questions were behavioral based.
Behavioral interview questions are written in a manner that assists in predicting a candidate's future success based on their previous experiences. The intention of this interview approach is for the candidate to give specific examples of times they demonstrated particular skills or behaviors. Giving a vague or general answer is not what the interviewer is looking for. Instead, the interviewer is asking the candidate to describe a particular experience, project, team, task, etc. in as much detail as possible. Specifically, they are looking for the background to the situation or task, the actions that were taken and the result of those actions.
I received an offer letter two weeks later.