Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Miami, FL – July 6, 2014
I was working in a call center environment but my excellent customer service skills didn't transfer to strictly being on the phone. I greatly appreciated getting a chance to working in FPL call center environment.
mechanical and electrical assistant (Former Employee), homestead,FL – May 3, 2014
Worked as a mechanical and electrical assistant, worked in a nuclear reactor with hazardous conditions and etc• FBI/Fingerprints background check cleared • Radiation worker qualified • Asbestos awareness and handling qualified • SCBA qualified • Safety Harness qualified • Fire Protection Qualified • Confidential Information Clearance • Foreign Material – more... and Hazardous Material handling certified • FPL Nuclear training complete and certified all these quals for such an amazing job which provides a future for you and your family – less
Excellent work environment, great coworkers and subs. Everyone is very professional.
Junior Project Manager (Former Employee), FL – March 11, 2014
Pros: 4 day work week, front seat for rocket launches, occasional free lunches
Cons: not many if any, it was a very enjoyable job and position
A typical day of work would involve getting to the job site early and getting the game plan together for the days work. Making sure the subcontractors showed up on time, knew what and where they would be working that day, coordinating with facility managers about working in different sections of their buildings, and informing the project manager of – more... the progress being made. I learned better organizational and communication skills while working on their projects. And I learned a whole lot about energy conservation and the motion sensor lighting project. The boss was very nice and the Project Manager that I worked under was one of the best persons I my ever meet. Everyone from the top down carried themselves in a professional manner and that even includes the subcontractors in which they hire. The hardest part of the job was just trying to stay ahead of the work being done and documenting the locations of the thousands of sensors and switches that were installed. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know all the facility managers personally and working with them to find out each buildings individual needs and making that happen. – less
DRAFTER/DESIGNER (Current Employee), West Palm Bch, FL – January 13, 2014
I work close with engineers to design and draft electrical underground and overhead using programs such as auto cad or design manger I also do GIS back round etc. I have now been in the engineering field for over 10 yrs.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee), Coral Gables, FL – October 30, 2013
Personally yours is a temporary employment agency so I would do be at different locations at times and being able to be at different locations was very interesting. I would meet new people and be in different types of enviroments
Leadman/Operator (Former Employee), Augusta, GA – October 17, 2013
A typical day at work is very messy,nasty, and stink I have learned a great deal at FPL learned how to be a leader, and keep a cool head when the times get rough. Management is up to par there willing to teach and take you under there wing to show you everything possible to know about your job, co-workers where very respectful and willing to learn, – more... the hardest part of my was trying to keep all those different personalities to stay on the same accord I got it done but it was a challenge, and the most enjoyable part of the job was just being part of it. – less
Maintenance Supply Supervisor/Purchasing (Former Employee), Augusta, GA – June 25, 2013
Inventory and Creating and maintain filling systems. Executed daily operations of maintenance supply. Prepared reports. Communications using DataStream, MP2, Microsoft Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, and Word. I enjoy this job.
Operations (Former Employee), Augusta, GA – March 11, 2013
Pros: having a job until i found a better one.
Cons: see review
This is not a good company to work for if you are interested in advancement. FPL is a company to work for when you are in between a job. The pay is low, benefits are terrible from insurance being high and not worth it to the 401K being almost worthless. There are a few good manager there but the core of the managment team are useless.
Scanner/Formulater (Current Employee), West Columbia, SC – October 28, 2012
Pros: advancement available
Cons: speak when spoken to
I worked here 3 months before i was promoted, it took a couple of months to learn the new position but when i did i gave it my all. When i tried to stand on my owb i was quickly reminded of ny real pisition here and that was behind the men or supervisors on second shift. Lesson learned
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee), Augusta, GA – August 14, 2012
Pros: good benifits
Cons: i was working a two man line by myself
We was limited to produce 500 cow's aday with two break.My co-workers was ever helpful,Down to earth type people.On the floor I was a single person doing a two man job.I enjoyed the checks,benifites,and my co-workers.