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30+ days ago

Software Engineer (Web Applications)

SolarCity San Francisco, CA

SolarCity is committed to bringing cleaner, less expensive energy to more people - in order to make that happen, we have a dedicated group of… SolarCity

5 days ago

Litigation Paralegal

SolarCity San Mateo, CA

• Provide support for all litigation matters, including coordination of discovery and document collection, responses to third party subpoenas, court… SolarCity

30+ days ago

Associate, Financial Products

SolarCity San Francisco, CA

Operational Management • Implement operational policies, procedures and controls to accommodate high growth and rapid product innovation… SolarCity

30+ days ago

AutoCAD.Net Software Engineer

SolarCity San Francisco, CA

This is an innovative and creative software engineering position that will be empowered to create new digital frameworks for SolarCity’s residential… SolarCity

10 days ago

Human Resource Specialist

SolarCity San Mateo, CA

s that are exciting and convey our company culture • Independently lead meetings with hiring managers to develop… SolarCity

18 days ago

Compensation Manager

SolarCity San Mateo, CA

• Analyze key metrics to design, track, and create forecasts of performance-based bonuses and equity • Create and maintain compensation plans for the… SolarCity

8 days ago

Microgrid Controls Engineer

SolarCity San Mateo, CA

• Execute the design and development of custom PLC/PAC based control and data acquisition systems • Independently research requirements and… SolarCity

15 days ago

Sr. Program Manager

SolarCity San Mateo, CA

SolarCity seeks to hire an experienced Program Manager to join the Process Engineering team. The Process Engineering team is responsible for mapping… SolarCity

8 days ago

Commercial Contract Manager

SolarCity San Mateo, CA

• Analyze each contract and outline key terms, conditions and obligations • Be the subject matter expert on commercial contracts terms • Establish… SolarCity

8 days ago

Solar Jr. Installer

SolarCity Foster City, CA +2 locations

• Pulling inventory for each installation job • Pre-assemble job components in the warehouse • Layout and assembly of solar modules / array and… SolarCity

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SolarCity CEO & Co-Founder Lyndon Rive
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631 Ratings
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    Lots of Hype, not a place to work

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    Former Employee - FEC- Field Energy Consultant in Berkeley, CA
    Former Employee - FEC- Field Energy Consultant in Berkeley, CA

    I worked at SolarCity full-time (More than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO


    Great product and high moral at corporate level. Good benefits for those who end up staying for any length of time.


    High turn over. I was there for little over a year. By the time I left I was the most senior person on the sales team. They seem to hire lots of reps and then get rid of the ones they don't like. Kind of the throw mud against the wall and see what sticks philosophy. Not a lot of support or loyalty to employees. They want "one visit closes" meaning you need to get a signed contract at the first meeting with a prospect. They are looking for a high pressure, manipulator, used car salesman type of sales rep. During my 13 months at SC our compensation package changed 3 times. Each time was a sort of repackaging of salary and commissions, and after taking out all the hype, each time resulted in less pay. When I started I was informed that half of my appointments would be set for me and I would get the other half from working in Home Depot. What I found was that appointments were given out under a system of favoritism that SC encourages. In the end there were no appointments being given to me and as the Home Depot market is being exhausted fewer appointments are available there. Their answer was door to door cold calling.

    Advice to Management

    Treat your employees as people and not commodities or mere business tools. Ever since SC stock went public the emphasis has been on short term numbers instead of long term business success. It is a great product, you don't have to drop to the lowest common denominator to be a leader in your industry.

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