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7 days ago

Summer Engineering Internship

Opower Arlington, VA

• Be a full member of our team: Participate in our daily scrums and be held responsible for delivering your work on time, and with high quality. Work… Opower

6 days ago

Quantitative Analyst

Opower Arlington, VA

At Opower, we're applying cutting edge analytics to one of humanity's greatest challenges: Energy. Our behavior based program works to help consumers… Opower

3 days ago

Manager, Implementation Engineering – new

Opower Arlington, VA

We are looking for smart and driven engineering managers who are great managers but also have a thorough understanding of Agile methodologies and… Opower

5 days ago

Implementation QA Engineer 2

Opower Arlington, VA

Deliver bug-free projects: Ensure high-quality new utility implementations - minimal rework and continuous quality of ongoing programs should not be… Opower

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    I have been working at Opower full-time (less than an year)


    Opower culture is the best part of working here. You work with smart people who do what they say they'll do and care about the planet. The company is not shy about spending money on morale. There seems to be at least one company-sponsored lunch, happy hour, or event a week, in addition to Friday lunches, massages, snacks, etc. In general, management will support you and help you grow your career. There is decent work-life balance here, although facetime is valued more than at other engineering organizations I've worked for.


    We're still figuring out how to scale, so processes are in flux. The company has a very young culture and, although it doesn't seem to have a sexist culture, the Engineering and Product directors are all male (except one) and upper management includes only one female, so that seems to speak for itself. I believe they are working on this.

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    Keep up the good work and promote your savvy female employees.

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