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7 days ago

Vivint Solar Inventory Assistant

Vivint Solar San Jose, CA

• Attend daily correlation/leadership meetings • Assist with the office opening and closings • Oversee the… Vivint Solar


10 days ago

Vivint Solar Installation Technician

Vivint Solar San Jose, CA

They are responsible for ensuring the companys strategies are always the top priority for all installation. Installation Technicians interact… Vivint Solar


15 days ago

Vivint Solar Sales Manager

Vivint Solar San Jose, CA

• Demonstrate a strong understanding of Vivint Solar products, promotion and sales offerings • Sell door-to-door to new customers • Network and… Vivint Solar


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    Great growing company

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    Current Employee - Sales Manager
    Current Employee - Sales Manager

    I have been working at Vivint Solar full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Growing company with a very friendly culture. Lots of opportunity to grow. They have a good sales force that has come from their sister company Vivint. Their D2D model allows for a lot of freedom for sales reps but also high expectations. If you perform you are rewarded. I felt overall the customer service was good. It is a very young and energetic company.

    Cons

    Growing pains! Lots of sales reps lose lots of money because operations can't handle the sales volume. Bad BBB rating causes reps to lose deals. This is mostly due to their affiliation with the sister company Vivint. Huge workload on sales reps to create, manage, and get accounts to install. There was a lot of baby sitting accounts instead of selling. Sometimes it feels like there is a disconnect with corporates desires and the sales reps desires. A lot of young people in important positions who often make questionable rushed decisions.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    somehow find a way to put employees needs before investors needs. Most relationships from upper management felt forced and artificial. Also provide more support to new markets that need special attention. Measure twice and cut once.

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