Intern (Current Employee) – Golden, CO – December 3, 2017
Provides the opportunity to be around different professionals from different backgrounds. It is a great placed to work with great benefits and opportunities to learn about cutting edge research in renewable energy.
EDUCATION COORDINATOR AND SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Golden, CO – September 5, 2017
Just not a great place to work. The missions is really good but there is no cohesive vision and very little room for advancement. Experience is rewarded over new ideas. And experience can mean just years, not prior positions, etc.
HR Associate (Current Employee) – Golden, CO – August 30, 2017
The mission is fantastic the culture is not. If you work in science and technology there is a better outlook. Culture of management is to support from top down. Laboratory Operations Managers are concerned with pleasing their managers to the near exclusivity of supporting staff.
Intern (Former Employee) – Van Nuys, CA – July 19, 2017
Good when I need a job. Cold calling center. Connie is the best supervisor. It is good if you don't mind cold calling. Great for some people. If you are sensitive and care about calling do not call list members then don't apply.
Specialist IV-Site Access (Former Employee) – Golden, CO – July 1, 2017
Overall NREL was a great place to work (15 years);I worked in the badge office, SOLO; it was hard to get assistance(supplying coworkers to help out in processing all paperwork required for onboarding people) from management to support the influx of growth, this job was a bit challenging for one Individual, The most enjoyable park of my job was the diversity at NREL.
Energy Regulatory Analyst (Former Employee) – Golden, CO – May 30, 2017
I would research federal and state permitting processes for permits that were relevant to renewable energy development. I would create summaries and flowcharts of the processes that were meant to help developers navigate the regulatory processes relevant to starting a renewable energy project.