- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
Exciting program, as explained at hire, great co-workers in the field, and most of those I came into contact with at the main office in California. Good pay and benefits.
I was told early on the "This is a marketing company that has decided to build (fueling) stations to sell our product." True enough, but in practice working with people not familiar with the construction process (permit delays, difficult site conditions, slow contractors, etc.) is going to lead to frustration for all involved.
Advice to Management
I think recent cutbacks and adjustments to schedules are probably the right way to go-a more modest program that you can actually carry out is going to keep shareholders happier. It's a shame that lesson had to be learned by eviscerating a Department that given time could have made the company the leader it aspires to be.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Clean Energy Fuels (Newport Beach, CA) in June 2013.
When I expressed interest in interning with this company in Newport Beach, I was contacted by the VP of Human Resources over the phone. She asked me to send over my resume via email and then I was referred to the Director of HR. The interview process consisted of two phone calls.
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Forget cooking with gas -- Clean Energy Fuels is driving with gas. Natural gas, that is. The company owns and/or supplies about 260 natural gas fueling stations across the US and Canada. These enable Clean Energy's 480 fleet customers to tank up their more than 25,200 fleet vehicles with compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG). Clean Energy also helps customers buy natural gas vehicles and obtain government incentives. The company buys CNG from local utilities and produces LNG at its two plants (in California and Texas) with a combined capacity of ...