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7 days ago

Leasing Contract Manager – easy apply

Real Goods Solar Louisville, CO

• Responsible for being a subject matter expert on all processes associated with managing Project Finance Paperwork for RGS Energy-owned leases. This… Real Goods Solar

17 days ago

Energy Advisor – easy apply

Real Goods Solar Louisville, CO

• Manage all inbound calls • Actively pursue outbound calling in tandem with current marketing campaigns • You will be assigned channel… Real Goods Solar

7 days ago

Asset Manager – easy apply

Real Goods Solar Louisville, CO

• Manage all aspects of an operating portfolio of solar assets, both financial and technical • Manage operations and maintenance contracts for… Real Goods Solar

17 days ago

Inside Sales – easy apply

Real Goods Solar Louisville, CO

• Sales of residential solar electric services • Build trust and rapport with prospective customers • Make 40-50 inbound/outbound calls per… Real Goods Solar

14 days ago

General Counsel – easy apply

Real Goods Solar Louisville, CO

• Maintain relationships with outside legal advisors and coordinate provision of internal and external legal advice • Link legal needs with all… Real Goods Solar

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    Do NOT work here

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    Former Employee - Admin  in  Louisville, CO
    Former Employee - Admin in Louisville, CO

    I worked at RGS Energy full-time for more than a year


    -Co-workers are awesome for the most part, not that it matters because everyone leaves or gets laid off in 1 year
    -Great cafeteria, but that doesn't really count considering the company next door, Gaiam, actually owns it and just lets RGS employees use it
    - Private gym, but again, the company next door just lets RGS use it, so I guess 66% of the cons are actually part of working at Gaiam..... so ya, just work at Gaiam


    - Lots of office politics, the only people who get promoted are the slimy type of people who are too busy brown nosing their manager's and throwing co-workers under the bus to actually get work done
    - A major lay off every 6-8 months where the company just cleans house... yet somehow the people who should get let go stay...probably a direct result of becoming best buddies with their managers while everyone else is busy getting work done.
    - Lots of pointing fingers and no one take accountability. Unless you are management, you will work long hours and get blamed for everything
    - You can't believe anything any kind of manager on any level says. Just don't believe anything because it's all B.S., and that includes anything you hear from the HR department (and don't expect HR to take anything you say seriously, if you express any kind of concern to them, you basically will have a target on your back)
    - No training. You are basically just put in a position blindly, yet somehow expected to know everything ( not that it matters because your job description isn't accurate for any position, assuming you have the same position in a couple of months. Everyone gets moved around all the time. I really can't tell you what my job title is right now because I don't know)
    - Pay raises and/or bonuses are a myth here, the only people to ever get a raise is the upper management. That includes holiday bonus, won't happen. Company holiday party consist of a lunch from subway during office hours ( literally).
    - The 'open door policy' that the management prides themselves on is also not true. Same as HR, you will have a target on your back.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Just admit that you are in the company for your own benefit and save everyone else from going to your monthly meetings full of nonsense. Everyone sees through you, do us a favor and just save us the time. Instead of the meetings, let us stay at our desk to get our work done so we don't have to stay late.

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