SolarCity Jobs in Santa Ana, CA

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30+ days ago

Licensed Electrician

SolarCity Mission Viejo, CA +3 locations

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


30+ days ago

Jr. Permit Coordinator

SolarCity Hawthorne, CA +2 locations

• Work with and learn from Managers, Permit Coordinators and Sr. Permit Coordinators on the team; use this guidance and their recommendations to… SolarCity


30+ days ago

Apprentice Electrician

SolarCity Hawthorne, CA

• Provide support to the SolarCity photovoltaic installation team • Assist in the communication of the job status data to the SolarCity operations… SolarCity


30+ days ago

Preventive Maintenance Technician

SolarCity Hawthorne, CA

• Perform scheduled Preventive Maintenance visits for Commercial PV Systems according to manufacturer’s recommended service guidelines and schedules… SolarCity


30+ days ago

Manager, Human Resources Regional

SolarCity Hawthorne, CA

The Human Resources Manager will provide effective human resources services for our Southern California field operations. The ideal candidate will be… SolarCity


30+ days ago

Jr. Inspection Coordinator

SolarCity Hawthorne, CA

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


30+ days ago

Commercial Solar Apprentice Installer

SolarCity Hawthorne, CA

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


30+ days ago

Commercial Senior Solar PV Installer

SolarCity Hawthorne, CA

• Layout and assembly of solar modules / array and mounting hardware • Mechanical/structural mounting of racking, modules and electrical equipment… SolarCity


13 days ago

Commerical Licensed Electrician

SolarCity Hawthorne, CA

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


30+ days ago

Channel Account Manager

SolarCity Rancho Cucamonga, CA

• Lead and Manage team of Retail Lead Generators, motivate, train and coach • Drive lead generation to meet bookings goals and objectives • Increase… SolarCity


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  • Feels great to be a part of a growing company, destined for success and continued market domination.

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Santa Ana, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Santa Ana, CA

    I have been working at SolarCity full-time (More than a year)

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    Pros

    -Stock options!
    -Competitive pay
    -They are always offering incentives on performance across the departments. They really recognize and reward those who contribute.
    -The company culture is fantastic.
    -Management really listens to the concerns and suggestions of employees. This company was built on the suggestions and input of its employees.
    -This company has a huge vision and is proud of it. The passion here is amazing and the fact that we have every capability to carry out great things on a massive scale is great for peace of mind. I will have a job for a long time as long as I do my part.

    Cons

    -As with any growing company, there are growing pains. There is a lot of change and the ability to adjust quickly is important.
    -Communication between departments is difficult as we constantly change and figure out the process and best practices.
    -Sometimes we have to do menial or unnecessary tasks for a while before management responds and makes our work more focused/simpler.

    Advice to Management

    Don't cut costs to an extreme amount that you remove some of the basic things we need, like shirts and customer collateral!

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