Written by Energy Supply Management Analyst (Former Employee) from Remote on February 1, 2019
All of the team that I was a part of were professionals who worked from home with great autonomy. That was both the best and the worst part. A typical day for me was to log in to the computer, boot up excel, and work on the same spreadsheet that I had been working on for days as the work was very data heavy. The lower management was receptive when a - more...
Well compensated to work from home, entire team had long tenures
Very difficult to rise from the bottom rung, even with other industry experience
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Written by Project Manager (Former Employee) from Columbia, MD on January 17, 2019
A lot of Ameresco work place culture (or lack of) is determined by the client, and specifically the client point of contact. I had both wonderful and miserable experiences; both open/sharing and closed/difficult.