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Resource Energy Overview

Columbia, MD
1 to 50 employees
2007
Company - Private
Energy
Unknown / Non-Applicable
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Resource Energy Systems is a premier energy management company with decades of experience in the energy industry. Our mission is to offer users of energy strategic, highly customized yet cost-effective energy management solutions that add value by reducing expenses, minimizing ... Read more

Mission: Our mission is to offer property owners strategic, highly customized yet cost-effective energy management solutions that add value by reducing expenses, minimizing risk, and generating profitable revenue streams.

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    Pros

    Great place to make your mark. Strong product set, terrific working environment. Smart team of young people who are energized to grow the company.

    Cons

    I did not find this place sooner.

    Advice to Management

    Keep doing what you are doing to enable the company to continue to grow.

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Resource Energy Interviews

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    Software Test Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Columbia, MD
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    Application

    I interviewed at Resource Energy (Columbia, MD) in July 2019.

    Interview

    I applied for a software tester through indeed their Talent acquisition manager contacted me she spend 10-15 minutes asking questions, then she invited me for an in person interview. Went in for the interview, met with the person who I had talked to over the phone then
    Met with the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer she spend 45-50 minutes conducting the interview she asked questions about my experience, background, technical knowledge and gave me a scenario and asked me to write a test case for that. After the that part of the interview she introduced me to another QA associate who spend 15 minutes asking questions and then the she took me to see an other person who spend another 30-40 minutes asking questions and explaining the work. In total I had spend 2 hours giving interview that day. I did send them a thank you note as I came but it has been more than 3 weeks since that Interview but to this date, I haven’t received any further communication regarding the interview or the position.
    I don’t expect to get job offers from every company I have interview with, maybe I didn’t have the skills they were looking for or maybe I wasn’t a right match for their team but I think it would have been appropriate and courteous if they have send an email informing the candidates that they were pursuing someone else or moving in another direction. if a company can spend 2 hours on conducting interviews they can certainly spend couple of minutes sending a two line email updating status of your application.
    I wouldn’t be interested in working for a company that doesn’t respect other people’s time.A company that treats the potential candidate this way probably doesn’t treat their employees with respect either.

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