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14 days ago

Solar Sales - Energy Specialist - Part Time

SolarCity Blackwood, NJ

As a Part Time Solar Sales Energy Specialist, you will receive world-class training on SolarCity’s sales process and technologies, and have the… SolarCity

19 hrs ago

Licensed Electrician – new

SolarCity Blackwood, NJ

•Provide leadership and technical expertise for a photovoltaic installation team (three to five-person crews) •Communicate the necessary job status… SolarCity

5 days ago

Residential Project Manager

SolarCity Blackwood, NJ

include: interfacing with the customer to schedule work and coordinate services; defining the schedule and budget to meet contract requirements… SolarCity

20 days ago

Project Development Manager

SolarCity Philadelphia, PA

• Lead generation and pipeline development • Sales of large-scale (1 MW+) solar PV systems to public sector and commercial customers in California… SolarCity

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    Great career for the self motivated.

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    Current Employee - Field Energy Specialist
    Current Employee - Field Energy Specialist

    I have been working at SolarCity full-time (less than an year)


    Schedule is flexible as long as you can produce.
    Decent salary with a very nice scaling commission.
    You are helping the world one household at a time.
    Company is constantly coming up with new ways to do things.


    Training is very minimalist (Here how you do it. Now go do it). Not much in the way of prep of things you need to get started.
    If you are not the outgoing type you will have a HARD time doing this as i requires that you reach out to other specialists and consultants just to make a schedule.

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    Training should inform the starting rep of things they will need to do right after training completes. Since training was based out of West Coast they had none of the East Coast sensibilities and trained to be oversensitive when qualifying houses. This results in less clients and more confusion in the first month. Possibly the gain of an East
    Coast trainer or two would help alleviate this problem.

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