Senior Application Analyst (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – February 3, 2016
this is a top down company and when a command is ordered, or even a whim of an idea, the workers are expected to create a frenzied effort. no predictable success measures. you'll do great if you're a clock watcher and never challenge your boss.
Remote office, independent work environment, smart people, great product, reducing the energy use of USA
No mentoring by managers, "More" not smart/better is the goal, No bonus structure and below-to-middle avg salary, top heavy, stagnant stock
Asst.Construction Manager/Program Outreach (Current Employee) – Farmingdale, NY – October 8, 2013
I had 4 technicians and 9 sub contractors that I am responsible for. I set up routes & scheduling for repairs as well as ordering material. I am the point of contact for customers contractors and technicians as well as giving advice or helping auditors & our lead gen team.
If customer had any discrepancies with sub contractor I would walk scope of work to make sure everything was installed to code and in full.
I handle all change order processes and close out processes.
I enter the labor PO's and Contractor PO's, as well dealing with our distributor.
I am the point of contact for Sunbelt our lift rental service, Vieola our recycling company.
I have done detailed audits with multiple line items walking with customer showing and explaing what we are doing and how we do it.
Fun, Fast Paced working environment where I learned a great deal about the administrative and HR field
Human Resource Assistant/Administration (Former Employee) – Huntersville, NC – October 10, 2012
Lime was a fun, laid back company. My job as HR/Administrative Assistant consisted of answering phones, greeting guests, scheduling meetings and amenities for them, maintaining employee files, Site administrator for our national Sharepoint internet (LimeNet), and coding invoices on a day to day basis. In my downtime I was assisting all HR functions, codeveloping policies, researching state and federal laws, visas, etc. I had very little supervision and was a driven employee that wore many hats and managed many projects at a time.
Program Manager (Current Employee) – Woodbridge, New Jersey – July 22, 2013
I enjoy working for Lime Energy as Program Manager responsible for multiple programs I strive in building relationships with utility clients. I communicate with my team leaders daily, which helps me formulate an alliance and allows me properly manage the day-to-day operations. Although there are many energy efficiency projects ongoing simultaneously I find the high paced atmosphere inspiring.
Digital Media Channel Specialist (Current Employee) – Huntersville, NC – April 10, 2013
I'm incredibly proud to work at Lime Energy. It's a great feeling to work for a company that embraces the entrepreneurial spirit, hard work, and having fun while making a real difference for small businesses and the world.
Senior Energy Engineer (Current Employee) – Huntersville, NC – January 16, 2013
Typical day at work includes working solo in my office. I usually walk to the breakroom 4-5 times a day to fill up my water cup, everyone is cheery and nice. I've made several friends at the office and enjoy coming in.
Sales (Current Employee) – Woodbridge, NJ – April 16, 2014
Find customers, sell customers. This is a fast placed work environment with high sales goals. The people that make up my office are top notch people. The best part about my current job is that I get to help my customers by bettering their workplaces.