SolarCity Jobs & Careers in Fresno, CA

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20 days ago

Outside Solar Sales Consultant

SolarCity Fresno, CA

• Participate in full life cycle sales and lead generation • Work with on-line tools to develop solar system designs… SolarCity

3 days ago

PV Designer – new

SolarCity Fresno, CA

• Use AutoCAD 2D software and custom software tools to design residential photovoltaic ground mount and roof top systems • Work with project managers… SolarCity

5 days ago

Channel Account Manager, The Home Depot

SolarCity Fresno, CA

• Lead and Manage team of Retail Lead Generators, motivate, train and coach • Drive lead generation to meet bookings goals and objectives • Increase… SolarCity

24 days ago

Solar Sales - Energy Specialist

SolarCity Fresno, CA

“Believe in a better way!” Do you strive to be the best at whatever you put your mind to? Do you want to be part the movement that is tackling… SolarCity

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SolarCity CEO & Co-Founder Lyndon Rive
Lyndon Rive
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    Current Employee - Field Energy Consultant in Fresno, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Field Energy Consultant in Fresno, CA (US)

    I have been working at SolarCity full-time (less than an year)


    There is only one reason I would consider this position; helping people save on their electric bills. It is truly a gig where you can walk in to 3 family houses every day and honestly bless them financially.


    Company is constantly redefining their metric for what they consider success for most positions. This is common for disruptive technologies and high growth companies. Unfortunately, it means that you will not have any job security for first five years. Everyone's head is always on the block.

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    As you know, you have an amazing offering... However, you do not have an amazing marketing strategy. Instead of constantly threatening to lop off the heads of your sales teams (who really are on board with your vision), try to help them tell the story of how the average family can truly benefit by signing up. It is only natural for American's to be skeptical when they are offered something so beneficial with absolutely no upfront investment. Use that to our advantage... Uncommon value is your prison, uncommon marketing is your key.

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