Energy One (Texas) - The title of "marketing coordinator" was very deceptive as I was doing nothing more than door to door sales. | Glassdoor
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"The title of "marketing coordinator" was very deceptive as I was doing nothing more than door to door sales."

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Former Intern - Marketing Coordinator in Columbus, OH
Former Intern - Marketing Coordinator in Columbus, OH
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I worked at Energy One (Texas) as an intern (Less than a year)

Pros

Very good compensation, laid back working environment, worked mostly with other college students

Cons

commission based pay, lack of management, taxing and discouraging work

Other Employee Reviews for Energy One (Texas)

  1. "Great opportunity, but not for everyone"

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    Former Employee - Marketing Coordinator in Austin, TX
    Former Employee - Marketing Coordinator in Austin, TX
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    I worked at Energy One (Texas) part-time

    Pros

    - The training is fantastic
    - Management is great at communication
    - The employees are all very friendly and good workers
    - They compensate well
    - They do everything in their power to help you succeed

    Cons

    - It is a part time job, but should be treated like a full time job
    - It is very demanding work, and you need to be on top of your game
    - Your job is to generate leads, but you only get credit if they are sales.
    - Door to door sales can be stressful, and it isn't for everyone

    Advice to Management

    I think there should be a better way of evaluating an employees success with the company. Our position as a marketing coordinator is to get homeowners excited about our program and to sit them down with our directors. We constantly insist we aren't part of the sales team, but management evaluates the amount of sales we generate from our appointments we set. Why not set an appointment quota instead of sales quota?


  2. "Marketing Manager"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Energy One (Texas) full-time

    Pros

    You are able to educate and help people enhance their home and save money. I was able to learn valuable skills that I don't know what I would do without now. You also work for production. The harder you push the more you make. No glass ceiling. They take you to school for sure, but you get a lot out of it in the end. Great team feeling.

    Cons

    Work hours depend on when you can contact homeowners; which means you are working the opposite schedule of a 9am-5pm.

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