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alot of comany events family environment
Windmill technician (Former Employee), byron caAugust 22, 2014
loved this job learned alot had to quit due to school commitments
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Intense
SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYST (Former Employee), San DiegoJune 26, 2014
Pros: pleasant coworkers
Cons: can be stressful
The company is not process driven, structurally it is on the scale of a start up company.
1. Can be very chaotic
2. Analyst skills in developing reports for business segments
3. Micro managing - can be unapproachable ( maybe isolated)
4. pleasant
5. Continuous interruption, no structure, lack of processes and procedures.
6.Managing projects
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Fair work/life balance. Good step in the door company.
Field tech (Former Employee), Out thereMay 22, 2014
Pros: very good health care, 401
Cons: pay is a stagit stinking pond
Pay sucks. Cheap company. You can be bright smart and ambitious and you will have to scrap for any little peice of raise you can get. Start around 18 and get a buck after a year if you'll lucky and it's precisely the same year after year. Sups tops out about 25. I'm being the the websters dictionary def. not the co. Def. of transparency. Techs rely – more... on one another middle/upper management doesn't have a clue. Could be different in other states regions but don't expect a healthy fair pay. No formal training. Just daily Safety/ technical training given by inexperienced techs cause of high turnover or a sup that wasn't good enough or had no better place to go to will be training you. To be fair to EDF you'll find good techs and get a bit of experience. Health benifets and 401 are great. Again pay sucks and it won't improve. There a more cons but I've said enough. There are a few more tiny perks but again I have said enough and they are minore. – less
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A productive and nice place to work
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Allendale, SCJuly 22, 2013
* A typical day would be for me to arrive in the mornings, clock in ad go straight to work. First and foremost to make sure that I have all of the "plant drawings" printed it that are sent to me through email. EDF-RE is a nationwide company so therefor I can receive drawings even when I am not on typical work hours.
* What I have learned - How a powerplant – more... works, which is most interesting.
* Management - at EDF-RE I have multiple bosses, but never a problem. I get along with all of them wondefully and we all work well together.
*My bosses are my co-workers, other then them, its just me.
* The hardest part of the job i would say is the FULL understanding of a power plant. It would take years to fully understand every part. There are so many.
*The most enjoyable part of the job: great bosses & plenty of coffee to go around! :) – less
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gOOD eXPERIENCE
Senior SAP FICO Business Analyst (Current Employee), San DiegoFebruary 28, 2013
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vERY GOOD wORK EXPERIENCE. get to try different things.
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Challenging work environment
Manager O&M and Generation Applications (Current Employee), San Diego, CAOctober 15, 2012
The environment is constantly changing requiring an individual to be extremely adaptable. Fast paced. Not a place for an employee who requires a highly structured environment

About EDF Renewable Energy

EDF Renewable Energy is a leading U.S. independent power producer with more than 25 years of expertise in the renewable industry, – Read more