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Senior Auditor – new

Con Edison New York, NY

Qualifications: The IT Section of Auditing presents a unique opportunity to learn more about Con Edison and its information technology environment… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Operating Mechanic B L1-2

Con Edison New York, NY

Job Requirements: Applicants must be able to perform the duties of a mechanic in the installation, maintenance, repair and troubleshooting of various… Glassdoor

6 days ago


Con Edison New York, NY

Qualifications: Gas Engineering is looking to hire a motivated and dynamic individual to join its new group Sequencing and Scheduling Group Gas… Glassdoor

11 hrs ago

Engineer – new

Con Edison New York, NY

Qualifications: Electrical Engineering seeks dedicated, dynamic, and innovative individuals to join its management team. Must recognize the… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Jr Electrical Technician

Con Edison New York, NY

Candidates must be able to qualify for a CDL class B drivers license and become qualified to test and maintain pole mounted electronic controls from… Glassdoor

6 days ago

District Manager

Con Edison New York, NY

Qualifications: Brooklyn/Queens Energy Services, Seeking to hire a professional who is dedicated to delivering exemplary customer service while… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Maintenance Technician L1-2

Con Edison New York, NY

Job Requirements: Five years in-depth work experience in the field of a Power Generation or related industries would be a prerequisite for this… Glassdoor

14 days ago

Project Specialist

Con Edison New York, NY

Qualifications: Emergency Management is seeking a highly motivated individual to work with various organizations to develop weather-based risk… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Instrument & Control Technician L1-2

Con Edison New York, NY

Job Requirements: Steam Operations is searching for an Instrumentation and Controls Technician with an AAS degree in Electrical Technology or a… Glassdoor

19 days ago

Operating Mechanic A L1-2

Con Edison New York, NY

Candidate must have the ability to perform mechanical and heavy manual labor. Selected candidate must qualify in all of the station's operating posts… Glassdoor

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Con Edison Chairman and CEO; Chairman and CEO, Consolidated Edison of New York Kevin Burke
Kevin Burke
21 Ratings

    A very stable dinosaur

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  New York, NY (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY (US)

    I have been working at Con Edison full-time for more than 8 years


    Stability is number one here. It's a steady job that, at least in my department, allows for a personal life. I have plenty of time off. They compensate well and there are some great benefits (matching 401(k), company stock purchase program, pension (it's not the same but it's still a pension). I work with some great people. There's nothing cut-throat about it.


    Beaucracy. There are endless policies and procedures.

    Depending on who you work for, there is sometimes a lack of trust in employees. The idea that I'm not working unless I'm stuck in my chair for 9-10 hours a day is archaic.

    Change is almost impossible because the culture is very old-fashioned with an almost military attitude in it's operations.

    The motto should be changed from "ON IT" to "IT IS WHAT IT IS". People sometimes seem to go along to get along. Management tends to do whatever upper management wants because they are afraid to stand up to them...perhaps because some of them are exhibit sociopathic behaviors.

    Promotions are heavy with cronyism/nepotism. Compensation is not always balanced (underperformers getting the same or better compensation). The Company doesn't utilize it's talent. The candidates are pre-selected in many instances but the HR policies let management get away with it. For every career development position, they step on someone else's career. Promoting people who are not qualified are resented by the people who are qualified.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The HR department needs a rehaul. Promote talented people into positions that are a good fit for them. Level the playing's common knowledge that the interview process is a joke. Stop sweeping problems under the giant corporate rug. Question what assurances the Ombudsman, the Law Department (Business Ethics and Compliance), and Auditing are really providing. Bring Deirdre Daly back.

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