Senior Project Control Specialist (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – May 12, 2018
Power Plant Fall and Spring Outage Seasons. Planning, scheduling, cost control, estimating, and risk analysis for Combined Cycle Gas Turbines (CCGT’s) and conventional steam turbine power plants, including Gas Turbines, HRSG’s, Boiler, Transformers, Feed Pumps.
Great company to work for..if you can find interest in your job
Engineer (Current Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – May 11, 2018
Entergy can really be a great place to work for if you enjoy what you are working on. I have been lucky enough to find projects that interest me and Entergy allows me the resources and flexibility I need to excel at my job. The work/life balance is great in my department and we really have managers that see you as people, rather than just workers.
One down-side, however, is that the culture and compensations seem to be lagging the industry by about 20 years. The culture and compensations aren't terrible, but they could use some updating to fit the younger workforce.
Data Entry Clerk II (Former Employee) – Monroe, LA – May 4, 2018
Get there for 8:00am stay on the phone until 11:00am go to lunch then I was transferred to the research dept, and work there for 12:00pm until 5:00pm or 6:00pm depend on management and if the customer where not satisfied. I sent out bills to customer, research if the bill was to high.
Senior Lead Engineer / Procurement Engineering (Former Employee) – Killona, LA – May 3, 2018
Entergy Nuclear is a good place to work. Good job security and good benefits. Not so good with proper staffing levels and work life balance. The culture ranges at each of the nuclear facilities. But a general grade is that the cultures are pretty good. Waterford 3 is probably the best overall culture among the southern nuclear fleet plants.
Large responsibility operating and maintaining a nuclear power plant.
Contract System Engineer (Former Employee) – Russellville, AR – April 25, 2018
I was a fulltime employee at Arkansas Nuclear One for twenty years. My positions in the plant were considered front line positions. If plant issues occurred, the expectation was that people in my type of position would be available to work around the clock to resolve the issue. Due to the nature of nuclear power all errors are unacceptable. This contributes to a high level of stress. I retired in 2011. I returned in 2015 as a part time contractor. As a contractor, the expectations for perfection was still there, but the expectation to work at all hours was not. This greatly eased the stress of working there.
Systems Engineer, Intern (Former Employee) – Saint Francisville, LA – April 16, 2018
It was ok • Systems Engineer, Intern (6/2013-8/2013) o Reviewed and analyzed pump and valve component performance on High Pressure Core Spray systems o Performed early detection of degraded performance in residual heat removal systems/heat transfer systems o Contributed engineering assistance to the Preventive maintenance strategies of water pump systems and pressure coolant systems o Observed and documented degraded flow in pumps and valves caused by abnormal vibration. Forwarded information to senior engineer to assist in making informed decision regarding proper time to replace pumps using a Just-In-Time strategy, thereby maximizing pump life and minimizing repair times
Customer Contact Senior representative (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – March 14, 2018
I was a great opportunity for 15 years. I responded to request and calls from customers related to client specific programs and products. I made attempts to resolve issues and deescalated issues of irate or dissatisfied clients.
Customer Service Representative I (Current Employee) – Jackson, MS – March 12, 2018
My job is pretty much routine. I mainly know what to expect when I come to wok. We are ranked according to our stats on and off of calls, from quickness of first call resolution to customer experience scores. I am currently ranked # 1 out of 150+ reps. The hardest part of my job is getting a customer that already has their mind made when they get on the phone. However during my duration here I've learned how to deal with the most challenging customers. The most enjoyable part of my job is resolving a problem after a customer has spoken to multiple reps prior to myself.
Project Scheduler (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – March 1, 2018
Typical day was monitoring and updating project schedules. Helped project coordinator with updating project cost/budgets on excel spreadsheets. Excellent work life balance. Work from home every Friday.
Customer Contact Representative Senior (Former Employee) – Jackson, MS – February 28, 2018
Do not wish to share--was downsize out of a job. We were only given a thirty day notice, no severance package or compensation. Employed at this company for over 17years and was asked to come into a meeting one morning and my world was turned upside down. My shift was eliminate too.