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8 days ago

Lead Generation Intern

EnerNOC Boston, MA

This is a terrific opportunity for an analytical and entrepreneurial intern with a passion for solving difficult problems. As a member of our… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sales Engineer

EnerNOC New York, NY

of the SE include understanding the prospective customerĂ¢s environment, explaining the EIS solution and value proposition, demonstrating the… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Energy Engineer

EnerNOC Irvine, CA

EnerNOC, a leading provider of energy intelligence software solutions, has an immediate need for an Energy Engineer to join our world-class Energy… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Product Analyst Emerging Opportunities

EnerNOC Boston, MA

Develop and maintain knowledge of our customers, our market space, and our technology Screen, recruit, and interact with customers/prospects to test… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Front Desk Administrator

EnerNOC Boston, MA

Greet visitors and answer the front desk phone in a professional and friendly manner Maintain neat, organized lobby and client conference rooms… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Associate Project Manager

EnerNOC Roles Inn of America, AZ

Configure energy metering and software projects with a high level of accuracy, consistency, and speed. Improve the workflow process by assisting in… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Product Management Intern

EnerNOC Boston, MA

Work directly with our engineering and business systems teams to establish detailed product requirements and represent the voice of customer in the… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Marketing Communications Intern

EnerNOC Boston, MA

Research and draft articles for EnergySMART blog Identify energy industry news and trends for social media, internal news updates, and competitive… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Sales Proposal Coordinator

EnerNOC Boston, MA

EnerNOC, a leading provider of energy intelligence software, has an immediate need for a Sales Proposal Coordinator to join our Sales Operations… Glassdoor


8 days ago

Senior Marketing Specialist

EnerNOC Boston, MA

Inform strategic marketing decisions by evaluating market opportunities, key customer segments, competition, pricing, and other market dynamics… Glassdoor


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    Great company with endless opportunities

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    Former Employee - Marketing Manager
    Former Employee - Marketing Manager

    I worked at EnerNOC full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    EnerNOC's explicitly states that it's looking for "Bright, Relentless, and Good" employees and that is exactly what you will find as part of the EnerNOC team. EnerNOC has assembled an incredibly collegial, smart and hard working group of employees that are passionate about what they do and the positive impact that they are having on changing the world. The company cares greatly about its employees, has designed an amazing physical work environment and offers endless professional opportunities up and across the organization. As a fast growing company in a rapidly evolving industry, hard working and curious professionals can find plentiful opportunities to develop in their careers.

    Cons

    For those people that are looking for a great work/life balance, EnerNOC Marketing may not be the best fit. It definitely does not require investment banking hours, but it's not a typical 9-5 either. Facetime is not important at all, but being efficient and productive is critical to success.

    The organization is changing quickly and requires employees to be flexible and adaptable. If you require routine and don't deal well with change, joining the EnerNOC marketing team may not be the right fit for you.

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    We spent a fair amount of time in Marketing planning all of the things that we were going to do in a given week, quarter, etc., but we probably didn't spend enough time planning the things that we were not going to do. We could have been more effective and productive if we had limited the scope of different roles within the team and more clearly communicated those definitions within the broader organization. With a bright and talented group in marketing, we often got pulled into interesting and important organizational projects. While it was exciting and satisfying, it distracted us from our core objectives and muddled the true responsibilities of many of the team members as perceived by employees outside of the direct marketing team.

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