Dominion Energy
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About the company

  • CEO
    Robert Blue
    83%
    approve of Robert Blue's performance
  • Founded
    1983
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining & Utilities
  • Headquarters
    Richmond, VA
  • Link
    Dominion Energy website
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Journeyman Lineman Class A in Leesburg, VA
on February 23, 2014
A typical day at work is installing transformers, hooking up new services upperhead and underground. I transfer primary poles. I perform everyday line construction. The coworkers are great to work with. We rely on each other for everything from communication to work in the bucket to every family life. If there is a call out, we always contact one another for information in order to have proper preparation. I love to climb the poles, perform everyday line work in a bucket. Everyday is different, I love coming to work in the morning not knowing what work we will be doing that day. The hardest part of my job is the 40 KV gloving. The rubber gloves are so thick and having to work with such a high voltage. At times I do have to travel away from my family to work storm trouble and help neighboring power companies.
Project Specialist/Designer II in Richmond, VA
on September 8, 2022
Good people work there. There is no formal training and the processes are not followed so the ball is dropped a lot. Management does not take action when employees ask for help.
Sourcing Specialist in Richmond, VA
on September 1, 2022
Was with Dominion for over five years and loved the company and core values. However, the shared services department was always overworked, understaffed, and didn't receive the same budgets that the business units got. The workload was far greater than the heads with no end in site. I still recommend working for the company.
Substation Designer in Virginia
on August 26, 2022
Was good when I started but management has changed for the worst. Supervisors do not know the job they are supervising. Promotions aren't based on hard work and knowledge. Job descriptions no longer reflect what the job really is. Some are held to a higher standard then others. No recognition for any good work.The management is going backwards, only select people get recognized and promoted no matter how hard you work or how well you know your job. No training for new people so everything is a mess. Poor communication with supervisors and managers if any communication at all. Work/life balance is good for some but others are micromanaged. No recognition for good work ethics and/or quality work, friends and family get recognition not the people who actually do the work. Pros: Cons: no job security unless friends/family, pay good for favorites, time sheet required for salary (40 a week min)no OT but no matter what you work you can only put 40 hours, poor management & training.
Gas Turbine Electrician in Richmond, VA
on August 24, 2022
Great place to have a career, ability to advance, on job training, multiple locations, great pay. They have management development program paid tuition reimbursement to attend college

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The interview was in 1984, one question was how many words could I type, did I have any filing experience, and how soon could I start.

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Shared on December 18, 2019

Leadership questions, safety questions, ethics questions and want specific examples. Questions pertaining to particular position you are applying for. Advice: Always sum up at the end of the interview why you are the best person for the job and restate that you want the job - if you do, of course.

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