Characterization/FSS Engineer/ Field Supervisor (Current Employee) – Zion, IL – July 9, 2018
This company needs to learn how to deal with strong women in the work force. We are very much passed over on promotions and patronized. The company trains on safety and hostility in the work place but disregards its own training polices. This company hires contractors to fill key management rolls and the contractors then hire friends to supervise company employees. Very confusing and frustrating for salary company employees with more experience and education. EnergySolutions is a discriminating company all there women managers are in low profile positions, no female executives at the top.
Good place to start out and room for advancement, not a long term job
Decontamination Technician (Former Employee) – Clive, UT – June 22, 2018
Decontamination department works with 2 Tyvek suits and 2 pairs of boots, typically inside and around intermodals and railcars with a 5k pressure washer. Management was poor at the time but there was a mass purge and new management was put in place that was better. 45 minute bus ride out to the worksite and 10 hour shifts with overtime readily available and mandatory towards the end of the year.
Energy Solutions International (ESI) is a small privately held company delivers software solutions to Oil and Gas Industry. The product group I worked is very good and team spirit was high, and lot of challenges to solve. I was very exited to make a difference for ESI customers.
Welder (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 23, 2018
friendly environment to work in with very flexable shifts. They gave great training and was able to meet other competitors salary. Felt great to be able to assist on making these schools better for fl kids
most people have been there at the site for 20 to 30 years and know other way of doing their job then what they have always performed. If there was a task in which you did not agree to as why it was done, they would state " We have done it that way for the past 30 years, we aint going to change now.
Heavy Equipment Operator Supervisor (Former Employee) – Monument Valley, UT – November 1, 2017
Remediation projects are always difficult but with good managers, it is very rewarding. This was a closed Uranium mine that had leached onto the valley floor. Our job was to remove contaminated soil from the valley floor and bring it to the top of Oljato Mesa and place the material into a secure containment pit.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Oak Ridge, TN – October 31, 2017
Hired in Seattle. Asked to work in TN. Traveled and lived in place each month then home 1 weekend a month. Unsure of everything. No good training, asked to work in CA, but not knowing job etc. Company was sold, those they just hired were laid off. horrible.
Great place to work, pay and benefits not commensurate with responsibility and workload.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Oakland, CA – September 26, 2017
Very relaxed yet professional place to work, the company culture is extremely flexible and even encourages maximum work/life balance. Pay and benefits however are not commensurate with responsibility and workload.
Stadium Cleaner (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – August 6, 2017
Energy Solutions was the company that was in charge of the Utah Jazz stadium. It was my job to clean the stadium after a game or a concert. I also helped clean the Salt Lake Bees baseball stadium during the baseball season.
Project Manager / Sales/ Structural Engineering (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – July 5, 2017
Managed day to day operations of solar installations was able to stay up to date of new renewable technology on the market had decent support from corp management however local management had some issues that was the hardest part of the job best part was satisfying the customer
Fun work place, a lot of people who were around my age (25)
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Barnwell, SC – May 1, 2017
The job was fun and not too monotonous, the only problem was that i was laid off a month after being hired on. Something to keep in mind when you are thinking about leaving a stable guarunteed job for a temp one such as this even if you are reassured you will be given a permanent position, things dont always work out.
Work 4/10s so you get 3 day weekends
Most positions start out temporary and if you are lucky you could get hired on full time