US Department of Energy
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jennifer M. Granholm
    86%
    approve of Jennifer M. Granholm's performance
  • Founded
    1977
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 205 reviews and is evolving.

4.0020174.2120184.0420194.0020204.502021

Reviews

Service Desk Analyst in Germantown, MD
on July 5, 2020
Great place to work in a nice environment. Great place to learn a lot of new technologies and use what you already know to apply to your every day job.
Network Administrator in United States
on October 14, 2021
I went in as a young administrative assistant and came out a network administrator. The opportunities are fair enough should you really take advantage of them and communicate these to your supervisor. I was able to receive IT training and apply for an IT-related position within the department and received it. This opened the door to better opportunities including work with the NCIS and FBI. It is too bad that I had to leave, but if I could rewind back time, I would've taken a promotion that the DOE had offered me, but instead I left because I wanted to explore further career growth. Up to this day, I thank the DOE for providing me with such an excellent opportunity.
Government Contracts Counsel in Washington, DC
on July 30, 2021
Great way to be involved in important national security work and have significant responsibility from early on in one's career. Very interesting work.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Security Forces in Livermore, CA
on March 18, 2021
Everyone working in DOE and in and out of the facilities were professionals and are of high integrity person. My 11 years with DOE as a Security Police officer II, was some of the best times in my life.
Economist in Washington, DC
on January 27, 2021
Interesting work for a government job. Chances to be creative but there is always a lot of work to do. Salaries here tend to be lower for the level of professional talent that is here compared to other government agencies.

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Process takes about a month

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Was I flexible etc. Training in LA for entire US team. Could I travel in entire Palm Beach County and possibly outside the county.

Shared on March 3, 2020

Because this department is very fast-paced and the Director is always running around, I was asked if I thought I would be able to keep up with him. I told them I had no doubt I would be able to keep up and was offered the position.

Shared on September 16, 2019

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