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22 hrs ago

Project Manager - Energy Efficiency – new

alliantgroup Houston, TX

As the Energy Efficiency Project Manager, you will be working within alliantgroup’s Energy Incentives (179D)… alliantgroup


24 days ago

Project Manager - Energy Incentives

alliantgroup Houston, TX

As the Project Manager, you will be working within alliantgroup’s Energy Incentives (179D) division to plan… alliantgroup


7 days ago

Internal Project Manager

alliantgroup Houston, TX

As the Internal Project Manager, you will be working within alliantgroup’s implementation division to plan… alliantgroup


26 days ago

Project Associate

alliantgroup Houston, TX

• Organize incoming documents and files from clients • Update and maintain project milestones and action items in Excel • Maintain project… alliantgroup


21 days ago

Project Engineer

alliantgroup Houston, TX

Our Energy Efficient Division, 179-D, is our fastest growing division. Explosive growth has created the need for an additional team of Project… alliantgroup


23 hrs ago

Account Representative – new

alliantgroup Houston, TX

• Contact government project managers to obtain key documentation needed to move projects forward. •… alliantgroup


23 days ago

AutoCAD Energy Modeler

alliantgroup Houston, TX

Our Energy Efficient Division, 179-D, is our fastest growing division. Explosive growth has created the need for an additional team of Energy… alliantgroup


23 days ago

Professional Engineer - P.E.

alliantgroup Houston, TX

Our Energy Efficient Division is our fastest growing division. Explosive national growth has created the need for an additional team of Profession… alliantgroup


4 days ago

Client Relations Specialist

alliantgroup Houston, TX

alliantgroup, LP is conducting a search for a Client Relations Specialist. alliantgroup is presently in search of a Client Relations Specialist to… alliantgroup


7 days ago

Client Relations Associate

alliantgroup Houston, TX

alliantgroup is presently in search of Client Relations Associates to join the firm to ensure that all of our clients and CPAs are receiving optimal… alliantgroup


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    Met some of my best friends... you know what they say, misery loves company.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX

    I have been working at alliantgroup, LP full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    I was given the opportunity to work along side some of the most amazing people possible.
    I had a gained an unsurpassed amount of experience in the few years I worked there.
    Let me be very clear, I LOVED the people I worked with and my actual job. However, I value myself as a person and my health.

    Cons

    First of all, everything you read on here - it's true - regardless of what others tell you. There are some departments that are "easier", less abusive to work in. However, the challenges do not, ever, outweigh the pros. I know so many people that have been pushed to their breaking point and do not know how or where to turn.
    The "constructive" criticism that is provided is laughable at best. You truly cannot understand what it is like to work there until you do - which I hope you don't.
    The "transparency" is hilarious. They are absolutely transparent about who sucks, but if it is discussed, you are brought into a meeting and accused of not being with the culture. If you hang out with employees who are no longer there, while you still are, you are not with the culture. Being happy for someone that has been able to move on is absolutely unacceptable.
    The hours are unbearable - conference calls at all hours of the night because it's internal, therefore necessary that it be outside of "customer facing hours" - so if you want to see your family or friends, DON'T, you'll have to leave whatever you are doing to take a phone call at the drop of a hat.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    There is truly no advice to provide. They know what needs to change and actively decide it is the employees, not the management.

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