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5 days ago

CDL TRUCK DRIVER - SC Tire Processing Facility-SC

Ameresco Jackson, SC

Primarily responsible for the safe operation of CDL Class A level Tractor-Semi Trailer and Straight Truck commercial vehicles to transport freight… Glassdoor


1 day ago

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGER-Energy Efficiency & Renewables – new

Ameresco Indiana

Assist Engineering and Construction team in project design and development including scope, subcontractor selection, capital cost, installation… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE / BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONALS – Energy Efficiency & Ren

Ameresco United States

Develop thorough knowledge of energy industry, structure, trends, and issues to ensure full discovery and understanding of customer’s primary… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

FINANCE MANAGER - Public Finance - MA

Ameresco Framingham, MA

The finance manager serves as the lead financial representative on multifunctional teams responsible for originating, closing and financing various… Glassdoor


Ameresco Reviews

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Ameresco CEO George Sakellaris
George Sakellaris
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    Exciting industry with lack of employee recognition

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Ameresco full-time

    Pros

    Ameresco is in one of the hottest industries
    It has offices all over the country
    In previous years, it has grown wildly and still has the potential to
    People are generally nice friendly and smart

    Cons

    Ameresco values its employees just slightly more than the toner that it prints it's proposals with
    Salaries are minimized (and probably the lowest in the industry), benefits are being cut, and any incentive to employees (virtually none anyway) are being taken away as the company tries to become a proper large public company
    Bonuses have been nonexistent for several years and are likely to stay that way with the huge misalignment between bonus structure and individual performance
    Office perks are limited to bad burnt coffee that is touted as something the company doesn't have to provide
    Upward mobility is virtually nonexistent as the company structure hasn't changed in a decade

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn that the people are the most important asset and worth spending more money on - start with hiring the very best to get out of trouble and grow, then put in place and incent individual performance

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO