Operations Analyst (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – August 2, 2017
Job satisfaction varies greatly based on position, but my experience was very stressful. You can learn a lot, but you have to be comfortable with a level of uncertainty in regards to company vision and even your position. Things change frequently.
Energy Intelligence Software Intern (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – July 27, 2017
The EnerNOC culture is young and outgoing. The people are incredibly accepting, kind and hard working. The hardest part of my job was learning how to use all of the different software that EnerNOC utilized for billing and client records. Because the company is relatively young, there were not many established processes which did make finding the solution to certain problems more challenging, however this helped build my skills in self reliance. The aspect of my job that I enjoyed the most, besides the challenge, was interacting and building relationships with other employees. I also really enjoyed learning about the different products that EnerNOC offers even though I did not work directly with them.
Great working environment, rapidly growing industry
Business Development Associate (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – October 25, 2016
EnerNOC goes well out of its way to make the employees happy; whether that's free coffee/snacks, gym access, resources, benefits or just compensation. They pay well, come with a good reputation and the culture at OMP is great! Where they fall short is their mismanagement with company direction (i.e. we switched our corporate focus 3 times in my less than 1.5 years). I enjoyed my time there, but definitely felt there were some dodgy things happening in the background. I would definitely recommend the company, but don't get comfortable - things could change drastically, without any warning.
Free snacks, great location, amazing corporate culture, emerging markets & pioneers in their field
Poor management/communication, invested a LOT in a product when the market doesn't exist yet
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – September 28, 2016
I gave only one star for each category based on the recent massive layoffs that completely exposed the gross incompetence of senior management and their crass disregard for the adverse effects on so many who were only hired in the last two months. There were many new employees hired since July to work within the company's EIS offering. Unfortunately sales were slow and costs were high so they decided to cut hundreds including those who they recently lured away from other jobs and opportunities. Those people are left with one week's notice, upon which their insurance benefits expire and truly pathetic severance packages. These people were victimized by the company. Was senior management so incompetent and out of touch with the numbers that they would continue a steady stream of new hires? Or are they really that crass that they simply did not care about what they were doing to individual lives? Take your pick because in either case, they are not to be trusted.
Fast paced work environment that might lack experience
Manager of Manufacturing Operations (Current Employee) – Boise Idaho – July 8, 2015
EnerNOC is an extremely fast paced organization, but in some regards lacks critical experience. Most of the staff at EnerNOC are fresh college graduates which breeds a launching ground for these folks to the rest of their career (Not necessarily with EnerNOC long-term). This type of work force also lends itself to a lack of vested interest in objectives and goals and promotions to folks that may not be completely qualified.
Fast growing clean tech company well poised to lead in Energy Management
Business Development Manager (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – April 3, 2015
EnerNOC provides first rate demand response, procurement and energy management software. The company has doubled in size in the last few years and had few competitors in terms of track record, focus and quality/breadth of offering.
Youthful, talented and dedicated workforce in a promising sector
Fast rate of change and management focus, employees can be left at a loss as to company direction
Manager (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – December 5, 2013
EnerNOC is by far the worst company I have ever seen.. Everyone is a phony, hard charging type of clown that would push you in front of a train for a buck. Turnover is relentless, the work is mundane and management is useless. Rumor is that the idea for the company was stolen from another student at business school, like all good ideas.
Everyone says free lunch and snacks. Big deal but I guess you have to eat.
The people, the boredom. Hardest part of my job was staying awake long enough.