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13 days ago

Outside Solar Sales Consultant

SolarCity San Jose, CA +4 locations

• Participate in full life cycle sales and lead generation • Work with on-line tools to develop solar system designs… SolarCity

23 days ago

Solar Sales - Energy Specialist

SolarCity San Jose, CA +3 locations

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

8 days ago

Warehouse Manager

SolarCity San Jose, CA +2 locations

• Responsible for inventory control procedures • Manages inventory levels to ensure crews have material to meet installation needs, maintaining… SolarCity

4 days ago

Permit Coordinator

SolarCity Morgan Hill, CA

• Organize time efficiently each day to maximize resources • Ask questions when unclear about a process or policy • Take pride in a job well done as… SolarCity

23 days ago

Site Surveyor

SolarCity Morgan Hill, CA +3 locations

• Be able to follow a preset job schedule and track hours on a smart phone application • Be able to effectively and succinctly communicate with… SolarCity

15 days ago

Office Manager

SolarCity Morgan Hill, CA

• Assign and regulate clerical and secretarial functions including recruitment scheduling • Design filing systems and ensures that these systems are… SolarCity

23 days ago

Licensed Electrician

SolarCity Morgan Hill, CA +3 locations

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

24 days ago

Manager, Regional Sales

SolarCity Morgan Hill, CA

• Mentor and coach a team of Outside Energy Consultants to exceed sales goals • Run weekly sales reports to track regional sales trends and… SolarCity

26 days ago

Jr. Inspection Coordinator

SolarCity Morgan Hill, CA

• Scheduling inspections • Preparing the job site for inspection (ladder set up, opening electrical equipment, executing outstanding Punchlist items… SolarCity

17 days ago

Junior Solar PV Installer

SolarCity Morgan Hill, CA +3 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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    I held two jobs here, a Field Energy Advisor and a Field Energy Consultant. The FEA was the worst job I ever had

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    Former Employee - Field Energy Consultant- Sales  in  San Jose, CA
    Former Employee - Field Energy Consultant- Sales in San Jose, CA

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


    I cannot speak for working at the headquarters, which by the way seems to be their priority focus for employees although the Sales Team is where they grow their business - you would think.

    The Benefits are top notch.


    I worked in their Field Energy Advisor roll (which morphed into a Field Energy Specialist roll months later. This is the single worse job i have ever had the misfortune of being a part of. There was absolutely no support, a lot of negative bashing from management, made to belittle you when you didn't work 7 days a week or were (like everyone else on the team), struggling to hit quota. It gets to the point where you physically and mentally were exhausted and the management didn't seem to care or offer any suggestions other than to suck it up, or move on.

     There was so many reasons to dislike this roll, but it was what it was. You work at a Home Depot qualifying leads, but the vast majority of the people you came in contact with either were verbally disgusted with you asking them if they would like to talk about solar. Their disdain was in their actions, their voices and the looks they gave you. The weekly verbal assault you endured takes a toll, and its worse when you have meetings and you get the same disdain from your management.

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    Really REALLY interview the FEA/FES employees in an anonymous way to get valuable feedback on this particular roll. There is such a strong disconnect with the Outside Sales Roll and the inside sales roll.

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