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Duke Energy: Latest Job Openings, Reviews and Ratings & Profile wise Salary Distribution

We currently have 7 open jobs at Duke Energy. We've calculated that the average salary at Duke Energy is $61K based on 343 user-submitted salaries A total of 84 Duke Energy employees gave Duke Energy an average happiness rating of 4.0 out of 5.0.

Latest Job Openings at Duke Energy

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Job Location
Southport, NC
Description
More than a career - a chance to make a difference in people's lives. Build an exciting, rewarding career with us – help us make a difference for millions...
Date of Opening
5/27/2022
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Job Location
Cincinnati, OH
Description
More than a career - a chance to make a difference in people's lives. Build an exciting, rewarding career with us – help us make a difference for millions...
Date of Opening
5/27/2022
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Job Location
Raleigh, NC
Description
More than a career - a chance to make a difference in people's lives. Build an exciting, rewarding career with us – help us make a difference for millions...
Date of Opening
5/26/2022
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Job Location
Charlotte, NC
Description
More than a career - a chance to make a difference in people's lives. Build an exciting, rewarding career with us – help us make a difference for millions...
Date of Opening
5/25/2022
Job Profile
Job Location
Raleigh, NC
Description
More than a career - a chance to make a difference in people's lives. Build an exciting, rewarding career with us – help us make a difference for millions...
Date of Opening
5/25/2022
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Duke Energy Salary Distribution

Duke Energy Reviews and Ratings

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Duke Energy Careers & Info

Current CEO:
Lynn J. Good

Status: Active

Organized in 1900 as the Catawba Power Company, Dr. Walker Gill Wylie and his brother erected a hydroelectric power station on the Catawba River. Using funds invested by James Buchanan Duke, the company later became Duke Power. Duke came to the midwest when it acquired Cinergy Corporation. Duke operates nuclear power plants, hydroelectric plants, and wind power as just some of their energy-related installations. Their goal is to supply electricity and gas in a sustainable way.

Duke Energy is an international company supplying industrial and residential power in the Carolinas, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, Brazil, and Latin America. It is based in Charlotte, North Carolina and serves over four million customers. Jim Rogers has an interesting background that includes Kentucky Supreme Court law clerk, and Washington law firm partner. Rogers has been instrumental in drawing together many energy-related companies in Charlotte, putting together companies that can compete and cooperate.

Despite the slowdown in the economy, Duke showed a profit for its second quarter 2011 of $435 million. That was 33 cents a share and revenue was $3.53 billion, up 7.5 percent. Although Duke is now a large power producer, it is working to acquire Progress Energy, Inc. If that succeeds, it will be the largest utility in the U.S.

Duke is also concerned with the environment and has recently been placed, for the second year, in the prestigious 2011 Dow Jones Sustainability World Index. Duke is also developing a “smart grid” or “digital grid” that will make the household energy use available to homeowners by point-of-use. They will be able to access this data via the internet, or smart phone, and will be able to tell where they can control energy costs.

The Duke Energy culture rates high in reviews for its great team work and atmosphere. Duke Energy careers rank well above the industry average in the overall score developed by www.careerbliss.com. Its compensation, work-life balance, career advancement, and senior management top the industry average. Duke’s average salary is $69,000, comparing favorably with the energy and utilities industry average of $50,000. It also ranks higher than the industry in the fact that employees working at Duke Energy recommend the firm to others. Duke Energy benefits include all the basics, plus flexible work schedules, adoption assistance, wellness programs, and employee discounts.

What jobs pay the most at Duke Energy?

VP of Operations is the highest paying job at Duke Energy at 148,000 annually.

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