Freedom Forever
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Freedom Forever Careers and Employment

Work happiness
Scores based on about 107 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
52
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Work Happiness Score
Below average
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
61
Achievement
Average
Do people feel they are achieving most of their goals at work?
57
Purpose
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Do people feel their work has a clear sense of purpose?

About the company

  • CEO
    Brett Bouchy
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining & Utilities
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Jobs

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Back End Software Engineer

Temecula, CA

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Warehouse Manager (Solar)

Phoenix, AZ

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Crew Lead (Residential Solar)

Agawam, MA

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Roof Lead (Residential Solar)

Agawam, MA

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Site Surveyor (Residential Solar)

West Sacramento, CA

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Operations Coordinator

Moorestown, NJ

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2 days ago

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Installer (Residential Solar)

Westminster, CA

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Crew Lead (Residential Solar)

Toms River, NJ

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Journeyman Electrician

Commerce, CA

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Installer (Residential Solar)

Totowa, NJ

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6 days ago

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Solar Installer (Residential)

Danvers, MA

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Licensed Electrician (residential solar)

Danvers, MA

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Quality Assurance Software Engineer

Temecula, CA

$55,000 - $60,000 a year
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7 days ago

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IT Administrative Assistant

Temecula, CA

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13 days ago

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HR Coordinator

Temecula, CA

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12 days ago

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Regional Safety Coach

Taunton, MA

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7 days ago

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Underwriting Coordinator

Temecula, CA

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9 days ago

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Operations Coordinator (Residential Solar)

Commerce, CA

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Production Manager (Residential Solar)

Sarasota, FL

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7 days ago

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Solar Installer

Charleston, SC

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Salaries

Salary estimated from 754 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Solar Technician
$21.54 per hour
Solar Installer
$21.20 per hour
Crew Leader
$28.58 per hour

Installation & Maintenance

Solar Installer
$21.20 per hour
Service Technician II
$26.86 per hour
Service Technician
$23.56 per hour

Administrative Assistance

Operations Coordinator
$19.50 per hour
Production Assistant
$26.93 per hour
Office Coordinator
$20.55 per hour

Civil Engineering

Solar Technician
$21.54 per hour
Solar Consultant
$57,747 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 99 reviews and is evolving.

4.0020163.7720173.0920182.8020193.192020

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Work & Life Balance

Reviews

Las Vegas - Solar Energy Consultant in Las Vegas, NV
on October 15, 2020
Flexible schedule decent pay
The more sales the more commission. The company was expanding to las vegas and logistics hopefully has been updated. Great support co workers were great.
Manager in Fowler
on October 31, 2020
Was an awesome place to work with a great team built to support a positive culture. Unfortunately that culture, and team environment was dismantled.
Work-life balanceWork-life balance at Freedom Forever is very unbalanced. Constant addition of new tasks are handed down, all well still having to do every other thing that has already been on your plate. There is no sense of, "that person already has a huge workload, we probably shouldn't keep adding more things for them to do." Its very much so, "we're in charge, we'll keep adding more things for you to do because we can."Pay & benefitsMy pay and benefits at Freedom Forever were reasonable to start. But as you become responsible for more, produce more, are required to do more, you should see some sort of increase. That doesn't happen here. Two of my employees were pushed to management for reviews/evaluations, one waited over 6 months from the time his review was submitted and never got a thing. This was after multiple attempts reaching out to upper management to get him what was earned. He eventually left the company. The second had a review submitted and waited around 4 months before he eventually left the company. Again this was after multiple attempts at reaching out to upper management to get him what he worked for. Not very promising.Job security and advancementIn terms of job security at Freedom Forever, I think you should just find another option.ManagementIn general, managers at Freedom Forever at the branch level are good people. Once you start talking about upper management, they make decisions that affect people in lower level positions, without thinking about HOW it affects them.CultureCollaboration with my colleagues at Freedom Forever at the branch, can be very productive. Anyone from an HQ level, its hard to collaborate with people who don't know about the industry that the company is in. Meaning you can't expect people who don't know about solar, to collaborate with you.OverallMy experience working at Freedom Forever was an experience. Amazing to see how quickly things can go from collaborative and productive, to a toxic and draining work environment.
Solar Sales Consultant in Dallas, TX
on October 6, 2020
No Structure
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Production Manager in Fort Lauderdale, FL
on September 25, 2020
From the top down, we get all the support we need to succeed.
This company is taking the experiences that we all have had at other solar companies, and using it to be the best solar company in the country. They have learned from mistakes in the past. The management team makes sure that we employees, have all of the resources to make our office operate efficiently. From my experience at Freedom Forever, the pay rates are extremely competitive.
Anonymous in Houston, TX
on September 24, 2020
Good Place to Work and Room for Growth
Freedom Forever is an awesome company that has great staff as well as leaders. I have seen the team grow a lot and the processes that are put in place by the leaders are helping to sustain that growth. There are opportunities for advancement, but you have to be able to excel and be a team player in order to advance(that should be true anywhere you go). Extensive knowledge of the solar industry is also being passed along internally as well as externally(Podcasts, Learning apps etc.). Great company to be apart of
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Interview insights

Insights from 35 Indeed users who have interviewed with Freedom Forever within the last 5 years.

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Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

Is safety important to you? Is a good relationship with your crew important? Is the customer always right? Is the customer #1 priority? They give zero care about any of it in reality

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How much is a kilowatt

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Typical HR questions Nothing out of the ordinary.

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