Aria Energy
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Aria Energy Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $25M to $100M (USD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining & Utilities
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Jobs

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Full-time
Plant Operator / Technician

Baldwin, FL

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15 hours ago

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Plant Operator / Technician

Manchester, NJ

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Electrical Engineering Manager

Oakfield, NY

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1 day ago

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Part Time Plant Administrator

Grove City, OH

$12 - $15 an hour
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30+ days ago

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Operations Technician

Millington, TN

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Operations Technician

Grove City, OH

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30+ days ago

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Operations Technician (3rd Shift)

Waterloo, NY

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30+ days ago

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Plant Operator / Technician

Sloughhouse, CA

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30+ days ago

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 68 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Installation & Maintenance

Plant Operator
$22.72 per hour
Operations Technician
$21.79 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 51 reviews and is evolving.

3.8320174.2020182.0820192.832020

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Reviews

Controls/Design Engineer in Oakfield, NY
on April 27, 2020
Oil and Gas Renewable Energy Electrical Controls System Engineering
a typical day a work: the typical day is based on directions your supervisor provided to you and your customer deliverables; how to achieve these task and directives are keys to success. what I learn: I learned some aspect of the Oil and Gas industry the process controls and data collection for historical data. management: Management structure is two levels; line manager and facilities director then the staff. Workplace culture: employees must be able to manage the schedules and customer requirements in a fast past manner and deliver great results. the hardest part of the job: effective communication between the line management and director is difficult because of travel and schedule of all concern. the most enjoyable part of the job: What being trusted to take initiates to solve process control process upsets at the remote production plants.
DIESEL POWER PLANT MECHANIC Aria Energy in Waterloo, NY
on December 9, 2020
This place needs to have everyone fired and hire all new. They have their little clique there so if your not their buddy they push you right out the door.
Office Assistant (part-time) in Seneca Falls, NY
on August 13, 2020
I have been here a couple of months now and am so happy here. Everyone communicates, management is very easy to talk to, lots to learn but worth it. The operators do tend to work long hours but none of them complain. Not many places these days take care of their employees as this place does. They do have a nice benefit plan and 401k options. I had a little trouble understanding that but they have someone you can talk to who walks you through everything. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with all the parts and some of the programs but if you are persistent in learning and stay patient it really can be fun. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing the company cares about you as an individual not just a number on the payroll and of course, the people you work with.
Plant Operator in Manchester, NJ
on August 3, 2020
great place to work, never felt more in a profesional enviroment, pay is great, benifit package is outstanding, management is great to work with and very undertsanding of personal lives
Plant Operator in Manchester, NJ
on July 26, 2020
Absolutely the worst job I’ve ever had, management doesn’t want to help at all and blames you for every issue that comes up with the plants. All they care about is money and don’t reinvest any of that money back into the employees or the plants. You get a bonus if the plants that are falling into the ground keep running (Which they don’t), but that bonus is constantly threatened to be taken away for any reason or no reason at all.
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