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Florida Power & Light President and CEO Armando J. Olivera
Armando J. Olivera
47 Ratings

    Great close knit group of people to work with, but technical work was very little.

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    Former Employee - PGD in Fort Myers, FL (US)
    Former Employee - PGD in Fort Myers, FL (US)

    I worked at Florida Power & Light as an intern (less than an year)


    I could ask anyone at the plant a question and they were thrilled to explain things to me because I was the only intern. Formed more intimate relationship with employers and advisers because the most amount of people on site was maybe 30 people maximum at a time.


    I was the only intern, so there wasn't a lot of collaborative work with someone of my status. Also, technical work was minimal at the power plant. Job was more focused on project management.

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Updated 4 Sep 2014
Updated 4 Sep 2014

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    Anonymous Employee in Miami, FL (US)
    Anonymous Employee in Miami, FL (US)
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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Florida Power & Light in February 2014.

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    Received a call from a girl in HR to set up two phone interviews for two different internships based on my resume. The first interview went ok and the second one went really well. A week and a half went by and I didn't receive any email or call back. So I emailed the HR girl and she informed me that the internships were filled, and if one of them backs out I would be next in line for the position. The questions were fairly easy. Asked about my classes, projects, and things of that nature. I think the biggest drawback for them was the location issue. I lived a good distance from their office, even though I told them I would find a place for the summer closer.

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Website www.fpl.com
Headquarters Juno Beach, FL
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1925
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Oil, Gas, Energy & Utilities
Revenue ₹500+ billion (INR) per year

Florida Power & Light (FPL) sheds extra light onto the Sunshine State. The company, a subsidiary of utility holding company NextEra Energy, serves some 4.5 million electricity customers in eastern and southern Florida. FPL has about 74,080 miles of transmission and distribution lines, as well as interests in fossil-fueled and nuclear power plants that give it a generating capacity of more than 23,720 MW. Natural gas accounts for the bulk of the power it generates; coal, only 5%. FPL has 110 MW of solar generated capacity, more than any other utility outside of California... More

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