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Tucson, AZ
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Public (UNS)
Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
$1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

Working at UniSource Energy

UniSource Energy has more than one source of income, but it gets most of its revenues from its energy utilities. The company's Tucson Electric Power unit generates and distributes electricity to about 403,000 customers in southeastern Arizona. The unit has about ... Read more

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UniSource Energy Chairman, President, and CEO, UniSource Energy and Tucson Electric Power Paul J. Bonavia
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    Unisource Energy is the total package. I have been with this company for almost 30 years. They take care of you, support education and advancement. Total benefits packages. They support a balanced life but expect hard work. Great company!


    Redundant annual training classes over the years. If that's the worst.....ok, right?

    Advice to Management

    As always.... Communicate and lead the way. Strong leadership.......promotes hard working employees with direction.

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UniSource Energy Interviews



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    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at UniSource Energy in August 2011.


    About a week after I submitted my resume online, I received a call asking me to come in for an interview. I was met at the front desk by a friendly woman from HR. She took me upstairs and left me in a meeting room while she went to find the hiring manager. He came in with another woman, whose job he had just filled, while the HR rep was out looking for him. All three asked me questions ranging from "What would you do if an investor asks you something you don't know the answer to offhand?" to "If you were an anaylst, what kind of analysis would you conduct?"

    The atmosphere was relaxed and friendly. All three members of the panel were kind and freely answered any questions I asked.

    On the way out, the hiring manager told me that I was up against a few internal candidates and another one or two external candidates. Unfortunately, I did not even receive a form letter notifying me that I wasn't selected. After I inquired, about three weeks later, the HR rep sent me an email. She did not respond to my request for feedback on the interview.

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