Pre-Employment Testing

As a part of the screening process, DTE Energy will administer selection tests to assess your skills and aptitude that are relevant for the position to which you applied. The materials in these tests are developed by Edison Electric Institute, or EEI, the association that represents all US investor owned electric companies.

There Are Several EEI Tests

Each position requires a slightly different set of skills, and therefore there are different EEI tests to assess a candidate’s compatibility for each position; You might fit for one position, but not for the next. The EEI tests administered by DTE Energy are:

  • POSS test - for plant operating positions
  • MASS test - for plant maintenance positions
  • CAST test - for professional positions
  • TECH test - for technical positions
  • SASS test - for administrative positions
  • SO/PD test - for system operating / power dispatching positions
  • MRAB test - for meter reading positions
  • CSR test - for customer service positions

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Worried about the Test?

Your acceptance to a position at DTE Energy greatly depends on your success on the EEI test. This might make you worry about testing day; However, a good and thorough preparation is guaranteed not only to help you answer the questions more quickly and more accurately, but also make you feel relaxed and confident for the test. JobTestPrep offers extensive practice packs, with everything you need to be as well prepared as possible: Full tests with answers and explanations, study guides, tips and advice.

About DTE Energy

DTE Energy is a utility company based in Detroit, Michigan. The two largest subsidiaries of DTE Energy are DTE Electric, which serves 2.1 million customers in Southeast Michigan, and DTE gas, which is a natural gas utility that serves 1.2 million customers in Michigan. 10,262 workers are employed in DTE Energy, and are involved in a large variety of jobs: From office work in city, to outdoor work in the country.

Learn more about EEI test preparation here.

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