People Power

We don't just fill jobs, we create careers and community. We hire men and women who represent the communities we serve and help them develop as people and professionals. We are retooling everything we do, in every part of the company, to operate more sustainably and deliver energy more reliably than ever before. We're shaping the future of energy in America – and we're doing it as a team.

A Winning Workplace

We know that our success depends on a workforce that feels valued and empowered. We're honored to be recognized for providing a great employee experience.

Military & Veterans

We're proud to consistently rank among the top companies in the nation at helping veterans and their families find and keep jobs in the civilian workforce.

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Serving those who sacrificed so much to serve us is the right thing to do.

Thomas F. Farrell, II
Chief Executive Officer

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The skills and strengths from a military career are a great fit for Dominion Energy. We make it a priority to recruit and retain active duty and retired military personnel. We offer 100% salary differential and benefits coverage for up to five years for deployed military employees.
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Experienced Professionals

As a diversified energy company, we offer careers in everything from accounting and law to security and supply chain logistics.

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Dominion Energy has a best-in-class paid internship program that employs more than 250 college students every year.

Our internship program brings in diverse talent. In 2018, we offered full time jobs to more than 85% of our interns who were graduating seniors.
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Being a student intern at Dominion Energy is a really amazing opportunity because they teach you so much, but they also treat you and love you as family.

Olga Emperatriz Ramirez Velasquez

Minority and female interns can apply for our Diversity Scholarships, which include a $5,000 award.

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Meet an intern
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Employee Resource Groups

Our Employee Resource Groups enable people with shared interests and backgrounds to work together to create community, provide networking opportunities, and encourage professional development.

Training & Development

In an industry that is always changing, we need to always be learning. That's why we offer a variety of training and development opportunities for all of our employees.

  • In 2018, we increased the reimbursement amount of our Education Assistance Program based on feedback from our employees.
  • We launched a new, self-guided training platform in 2018 for independent learning.
  • Our Career Center offers career counseling, interview coaching and help with resume writing and personal branding. 

Office Upgrades

Our Dominion Energy Workplace Plan is a company-wide effort to modernize our corporate workspaces that began in 2014. After all, most of us spend more working hours at the office than we do at home. By the end of 2019, we will have upgraded workspace for thousands of our employees.

Friendly Competition

Innovation can come from anywhere, so we provide opportunities for every employee to share ideas and insight. Our annual Innovation Expo recognizes the most creative ideas from employees as judged by coworkers. 

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Last year the Chairman's Excellence Award went to a cross-functional team of employees from Power Delivery and Information Technology. They partnered to create a mobile app that uses augmented reality (AR) to communicate with customers converting from overhead to underground power lines.

Name Your Tower

About 500 employees participated in the company-wide "Name Your Tower" contest to label our new corporate headquarters. Michael Young, a 41-year-old security supervisor, won the contest after researching Richmond's canal history and Dominion Energy's roots, which go back to a canal navigation company chartered in 1787.

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I thought [600 Canal Place] was an appropriate name just based on the location, that it sits on the site of the Kanawha Canal. It's a great tie-in to the history of the city [of Richmond].

Michael Young
"Name Your Tower" Winner