Business is booming but success has come on the backs of an overworked employee base during a time of growth. Incentives for closing deals and driving revenue are generous but causes great pressure on those involved with Sales and Engineering.
Technician/Operator (Former Employee) – Conley, GA – January 6, 2018
small crew, 3 people, long hours, 12hr shifts 24/7 operation, at times lots of work, plant cleaning, and filtration change out. Big responsibility watching natural gas plant on your own but was a good job.
manages energy savings performance contracts for NORESCO’S federal and construction group with a focus on new and renewable energy projects. Also, responsible for client development, retention, and advocacy of needed legislative efforts. As a Project Manager, designated the main point of contact for clients and agencies, and is accountable for overall customer satisfaction. Being in the group, manage facilitated processing of RFI’S submittals and samples between the general contractor and the customer/agency. Also, coordinates, plans, and specifications using marketing programming standards. Monitored the safety of all construction activities and making on-site personnel safety the top priority.
Business Development Account Executive (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – October 11, 2017
ESG has a growing company with lots of vision and wonderful opportunity for personal growth. ESG team members work hard to have high customer satisfaction and strives to improve the workability, livability, sustainability and economic development in communities across the U.S.
For me, Energy Systems Group was a very stressful place to work. ESG's corporate structure was in flux and there was no regard for the well being of the employees that were effected by the changes. When I joined ESG the region that I worked in had 7 "office" people and approx. 10 or 12 technicians. Within only 5 years or so all but 1 of the "office" employees left the company. I am not sure about the technicians. No one left happy.
Lots of stress! Lots of turnover!
Very stressful, lots of turnover, arbitrary performance goals