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JobTestPrep’s Duke Energy PrepPacks™

During the recruitment process, you'll be asked to take a number of different Duke Energy tests. You are asked to complete these tests online. To successfully move on to the next stage of the hiring process, utilize JobTestPrep's comprehensive preparation packages to give yourself the best chance of success.


Duke Energy MASS Test

The MASS Test contains four sections: Mechanical Concepts, Assembling Objects, Reading Comprehension, and Mathematical Usage. Each section measures the abilities you will need to be successful in any mechanical position, such as Nuclear Maintenance Technician. These sections are covered in our practice pack to help you prepare for the MASS test.


Duke Energy TECH Test

The TECH Test contains four sections: Graphic Problem Solving, Interpreting Diagrams, Mechanical Concepts, and Reasoning for Rules. Each section measures the abilities you will need to be successful in any tech position, such as Transmission Line Technician, Distribution Line, and Service Technician Helper, or Wind and Solar Technician. These sections are covered in our practice pack to help you prepare for the TECH test.

 

Get Ready for your Duke Energy Test

JobTestPrep's mission is to lead job applicants to the successful conclusion of their pre-employment process. Therefore, we possess a rich arsenal of generic tests, each of which targets different cognitive abilities and professional skills. Even if you see your test for the first time on your pre-employment assessment, you will know how to answer its questions. Our carefully selected resources will improve your skills, visual accuracy, and reasoning so well that you will pass your pre-employment assessment at the company with great success.

 

Duke Energy Career Opportunities

Career opportunities at Duke Energy vary between many different options, including technical, mechanical, and professional positions. Most of these opportunities require candidates to pass a pre-employment test as part of the Duke Energy hiring process. The selection assessments used by Duke Energy for employment hiring are mainly EEI testing, such as the popular Duke Energy CAST test (EEI) for construction and skill trade jobs.

Duke Energy careers that may require at least one EEI test include:

  • Plant Operator (POSS)
  • System Operator (SO/PD)
  • Meter Readers (MRAB)
  • Customer Service or Administration (SASS)

Prepare Online for the Duke Energy Employment Test

The selection tests used in the Duke Energy employment process are the determining factor for which candidates will proceed in the hiring process and which will not. Duke Energy partners with Edison Electric Institute (EEI) in order to seek out the strongest and most capable employees through thorough EEI testing.


About Duke Energy

Duke Energy was founded in 1904 as a small hydroelectric power station in South Carolina. Today, it is the largest electric power holding company in the United States. Headquartered in North Carolina, Duke Energy provides service in the Carolinas, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Florida, and contains assets in Canada and Latin America.

The majority of its plants (including hydroelectric, coal-fired, gas-fired, pumped-storage, and nuclear power) are located in North and South Carolina while the remaining facilities can be found in Indiana, Florida, and Kentucky.

Duke Energy prides itself on being a company that seeks to and includes a diverse, talented workforce that upholds strong employee values. A job at Duke Energy easily turns into a career, with numerous opportunities for growth and advancement- it’s no wonder the company was chosen as one of “The 50 Best Employers in America” by Business Insider. Although there are currently 29,250 employees, Duke Energy supplies and delivers energy to approximately7.2 million customers, a tremendous number that constantly demands new employees.

Learn more about EEI test preparation here.

Other Companies that administer EEI tests:

PG&E PSEG
Xcel Energy CenterPoint Energy
Dominion Power Southern Company
Entergy FirstEnergy
Exelon DTE energy
NextEra Energy Northeast Utilities