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26 days ago

Superintendent, Generation Maintenance

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

3. Directs the work of subordinates and maintains staffing levels and work… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Senior Distribution System Engineer – new

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

• Conducts analyses of system performance and projected system demands by forecasting electrical load growth; modeling and analyzing system impacts… Glassdoor

18 hrs ago

Principal Electrical Engineer – new

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

3. Manages the contract bidding, award and administration process for the… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Regulatory Compliance Analyst (Journey-Level) – new

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

• Manages and maintains a compliance spreadsheet, database, and/or other electronic tracking tools, as directed, to aid in the successful completion… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Electrican – new

Sacramento Municipal Sacramento, CA

5) Reads and interprets mechanical drawings, diagrams, and instructions such as layout and erection diagrams, structural elevations, exploded views… Glassdoor

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    Golden Handcuffs

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - PAS Employee in Sacramento, CA (US)
    Current Employee - PAS Employee in Sacramento, CA (US)

    I have been working at Sacramento Municipal full-time (more than 10 years)


    Pay and benefits are good. So good in fact, you need a promotion to make same pay elsewhere (hence the "golden handcuffs").


    Not a meritocracy. Employees with little education/experience get promoted by being pushy. Employees never get fired or demoted, and rarely leave before retiring.

    Middle-management has a "don't rock the boat" mentality. Productivity is handicapped by risk-aversion. Top-down decision making leads to silos, provincialism, and disengagement.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Cut the fat, and get back to basics. Money is thrown at "branding", TV commercials, and overseeing unused programs/services. Low prices make utility customers happy, not frills.

    Doesn't Recommend
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