The Organization’s MissionCommitted to providing safe, reliable, cost-effective energy.
Sioux Falls, SD
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NorthWestern Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at NorthWestern stay with the company for 3.4 years. Employees most commonly join NorthWestern after leaving Walmart. When they leave NorthWestern, they most frequently get their next job at Wells Fargo.
|Average Length of Employment|
Omaha Public Power District5.6 years
Xcel Energy3.6 years
Otter Tail1.9 years
|Top Employers Before NorthWestern|
U.S. Navy7.9 %
US Army7.0 %
|Top Employers After NorthWestern|
Wells Fargo7.1 %
H&R Block7.1 %
The Facts6.2 %
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Linn Draper Jr (Chairman)
Robert Rowe (ceo)
Brian Bird (cfo)
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