Mission: Tendril’s mission is to be the leading provider of individualized energy, making energy personal, relevant, and actionable.
Tendril opens new Denver office in Industry, expanding to attract top talent for Software Development
Our open, cloud-based software platform provides the infrastructure, analytics, and understanding required to deliver personalized energy services. This targeted approach drives new business opportunities, delights consumers, and has led to some of the industry’s highest engagement and satisfaction rates.
We bike to work. We hold walking meetings on the Boulder Creek Trail, located at the doorstep of our office.
With more than 300 days sunshine a year, we shoot a lot of hoops and toss around the pigskin.
and it’s taken very seriously.
Every Thursday, we battle it out for longest road and largest army.
We know when to eat. The Tendril kitchen is always open. And every Friday, we nosh on pizza, sandwiches, and barbeque while listening to updates from the executive team on the state of the biz.
to find a company that cares as much about its employees (wait until you hear about the vacation policy), but at Tendril, the community soon starts to feel like your family.
I worked at Tendril (More than a year)
amazing perks - fully stocked kitchen, pantry, even bar (beer, liquor -- after 4:00pm), ping pong table.
Extremely intelligent people on both the business and engineering sides. I met some of the brightest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing.
Fun, and challenging work
the company culture is amazing
as a start up, the level of stability at Tendril is volatile
Advice to Management
Keep it up
I applied online. I interviewed at Tendril.
Applied online and quickly heard back from someone in the talent acquisition department who was very friendly and helpful. Had a preliminary phone interview with her, then a more detailed phone interview was scheduled with the manager of the department I was looking to work in. Interview took about an hour on the phone. Learned about the background of the company, the structure of the department I was interested in and the nature of the role, as well as a few industry-specific questions and explanation of my skills/background. The manager was pleasant and the interview seemed to go fairly well, although I was told that they had talked to over 100 candidates and still hadn't found a match. Approximately 2 months went by and I was eventually informed that they had chosen someone from within the company for the position.