Very Difficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at EnerNOC in April 2012.
Interview Details – It really took a long time to get to the hiring decision manager, so I felt at a disadvantage, on the other hand the job was a sales positions, so I guess they wanted to put up as many roadblocks as possible so that only the most aggressive would make the final cut. Still, I had excellent qualifications, I know from inside info that I would have done well there. It toOk so long just to get 45 minutes on the phone that I lost momentum, and kind of blew the interview. I had done all my research and had most of the important stuff down, but when it came down to it I probably just wasn't feeling it. It didn't help that the company ha a lot of ex Enron people, and that they seem really money focused. Maybe I'm just rationalizing but I know I could have made a big difference there, but the interview process didn't help me state my case at all. Probably for the best I guess.
Interview Question – How would you describe our differentiation? View Answer
Pros: Great people, mission, dominance of demand response industry. What this company does really makes a difference, and the future prospects are bright. Office culture in Boston is strong, with great new office in the Seaport district, good work/life… – Full Review
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