oh lineman (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – August 29, 2014
go out in the field do your job could be over work or under ground work. something new every day[ ok ] like a family a team. working long hours after a storm. customers after a storm. working with a good group of people
lineman /trouble man contractor oversitr (Former Employee) – Charlottesville, VA – December 14, 2015
typical utility ,lots of over time storm work and customer problems .for the most part a great place to learn the trade .thru out my career I was exposed to high voltage work both over head and underground, substation and much trouble work 40 kv gloving and switching form 500kv 110
Call Center Agent (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – October 26, 2015
I process calls with an upbeat and friendly attitude. Assist customers with balances, payment arrangements, and any information needed on their accounts. I also process gas orders by turning off, transferring, or turning on gas.
Challenging day to day Duties with maximum management oversite
Senor Techincal Training Specialist (Former Employee) – Kewaunee, WI – August 17, 2015
I started off with one management company with a great deal of mutual professional respect. Most work involved self directed activities to accomplish aggressive goals. Working with plant workers seemed a bit difficult at first. When I proved my abilities to the workers they came on board and supported the efforts I developed and coordinated our efforts to provide Quality Instruction which improved their skills and knowledge. When The last management company came on board and bought the plant things gradually started to loose focus and ended up being a single focus on perfection and no one was meeting expectations based on a set of standards few understood or could meet. Thats when I developed a mock up lab to enhance safety and procedure use and practice. This seemed to improve things but was short lived due to focus of ultra perfection standards that were introduced.
Plant Supervisor (Former Employee) – Taylor, PA – July 31, 2015
As a supervisor in the gas processing plant, I supervised approximately six workers,overseeing the flow of the methane gas through the facility.I made sure that safety was always maintained,and that proper checks were made at necessary times by myself and the lead people.
Non-Union Employee (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – April 26, 2015
...Overall, Dominion is a solid place of employment, but many are left feeling overworked and underpaid, especially in the non-revenue generating service areas of the business.
There are also a good number of solid performers that are treated as afterthoughts by leadership simply because they don't fit into the classic management mold or are just excellent in one trade versus good in multiple areas. But that's probably most places in corporate America though.