Customer Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Rancho Cucamonga, CA – July 16, 2018
I worked at the call center for SCE for almost 6 years. The benefits were good and I really liked that it was easy to get time off of work. I was fast paced and very stressful and micromanaged. Management was very professional and knowledgeable. The only reason I left was because it was extremely difficult to get out of the call center. The only people that seemed to get new opportunities were those with family in higher positions. I must have applied for 100 jobs and tested for a few and even passed but never got 1 interview. Yet, I was utilized in leadership within the call center. The other factor was that there were lay offs going on, throughout the company and lots of negative changes over the last couple of years that I was there so the moral became very negative. I learned a lot and over all, enjoyed my professional experience for the majority of the time I was there.
Lineman (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – July 7, 2018
I received most of my expert training with Southern California Edison. Some of the best foremen and supervisors you would every want. Good place to work. Great team work. Awesome benefits and retirement plans
Technical Specialist (Former Employee) – Various – May 25, 2018
Recent years have seen a decline in the loyalty to employees that SCE used to be known for.
You'll be lost in the crowd for the most part, but it's very hard to be fired unless it's for an ethical violation of some kind. On the down side, you'll work with low performers that work just hard enough to NOT be fired for years and years.
I spent most of my time with SCE working on internal requirements; reports made so that someone within the company could check a box, rather than substantial work that might have improved our work product. It was not particularly fulfilling.
Nuclear Security Officer (Former Employee) – San Clemente, CA – May 6, 2018
I worked at San Onofre for 9 years. It was a great place to work. I had the opportunity to work in every capacity as a Nuclear Security Officer up to the position of Upgrade Supervisor and Adversary. I enjoyed my employment there, however, with the drawdown and closure of the plant I decided to take the severence package.
Energy Advisor (Former Employee) – Irwindale, CA – April 28, 2018
Good pay for a call center however, you're always worried about losing your job every month. Your calls are monitored by QA. If you happen to get a QA person who is new or on a power trip,you will get low scores & can lose your job for not saying a few words. The training is fast paced,pass or fail. It's a ton of information&you are tested every few weeks & must meet a passing percentage or you will get fired.
high stress, too much to learn, no communication, many egos
Mail Courier and shuttle driver (Former Employee) – Rosemead, CA – April 16, 2018
I was very busy every day delivering mail to the employees and also print outs to them. I pick up the employees from the different buildings and take them to other buildings they need to go to. I always trained alot of mail couriers and shuttle drivers for Edison.