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Paladino Seattle, WA

• Energy modeling and analysis using DOE II compliant software, preferable eQuest and IES software platforms • Perform technical analysis in… Paladino

30+ days ago


Paladino Seattle, WA

This technically proficient team player is an extremely well organized project manager, possessing the ability to coordinate consulting on multiple… Paladino

30+ days ago


Paladino DC Office

This team player is experienced with building mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems. Candidates must be highly detailed, responsive… Paladino

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    Great values, mission, and interesting work, but not without its pitfalls

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA
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    I worked at Paladino and Company full-time (More than 8 years)


    It's great to work with others with strong work ethic, and who are aligned with sustainability in work and out of work. Everyone has a positive collaborative spirit, and people like to get things done. Office space has great daylighting and lots of options to work in different spaces or configurations. Technology and hardware is great. Opportunities for professional development are abundant. All employees get involved in the decision making process, and mentorship is good.


    Personal growth is limited due to the small size of the company, and because of the size and niche market, the company is subject to financial volatility. When things are bad they're bad, and when they're good they're good. While benefits are good, the ability to use benefits like flex time, pto are limited due to high workload and deadlines. While salaries are decent, they could be better. Painful evaluation process.

    Advice to Management

    Expand service offerings and hire more senior staff to help steer the company in the right direction. Pay people more, and invest in those at the company who are high performers in order to retain top talent. Reward loyalty and divide leadership's responsibilities amongst more people to reduce bottlenecks in process and decision making.

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