- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at EnerNOC full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
Dynamic young company attempting to pave new ground
Performing well in the market
Strong cash position
Incredibly talented work force
Strong desire to be number oneCons
Company culture & work life balance varies by work unit
Purchased companies are slow to meld into the EnerNOC fold
Back office is undersized for current company growth
2014 saw too many drastic changes, which proved ineffectualAdvice to ManagementAdvice
Align the culture. EnerNOC is a great place to work for many people, but not all. The inconsistency across teams can be problematic when we don't share the same passion for what we're doing. It appears there are several complaints on Glassdoor about poor work life balance, and people working on PTO. This has never been a requirement for me in seven years at EnerNOC, and is one of the best things about the company. This should be true in every department.RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at EnerNOC.Interview Details
I had interviewed for a position about a month earlier but didn't feel that it was the right fit for me. One of my interviewers then recommended me for this position a couple weeks later. I was contacted and set up a phone interview for a day later. The phone interview was basically a screening with questions about my background and interest in the company. We then set up an on site interview for 1 week later. It was 1.5 hours long, with 3 half-hour sessions. The questions were very straightforward:
Describe a strength/weakness
Why are you interested in this position?
How do you tackle tough problems?
What is your working style?
How does this specific skill relate to this job?
The interviewers were interested in learning about my background and figuring out if I was a good fit for the position & culture, not interrogating. Few to none technical questions. The entire time was very positive.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsAble to negotiate 7% raise in base salary.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
- No question stands out as particularly difficult. Answer Question
EnerNOC knocks on the door of large energy customers and kindly asks them to dim the lights. Not literally of course, but the company has added its technology to utility companies' traditional demand response model. Rather than manually calling up their largest end users, EnerNOC's Network Operations Center (NOC) through its DemandSMART program remotely monitors their customers' energy assets and has the capability to adjust their electrical use. It caters to commercial, industrial, and institutional organizations, as well as electric power grid operators and utilities...