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Careers
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Why We Work
 

Go was started with the goal of designing a place of work where we wanted to work. That doesn’t mean creating a fantasy, and it sure doesn’t mean we’ve achieved all our aims. It does mean that every day we come in and we’re responsible to each other to balance what we value. We want to be valued by our clients, to contribute effective solutions to meaningful technical problems, to balance our work and personal lives, a sense of place with our coworkers and our individual development, to learn and be challenged, to care about our work but not be crushed by stress, and to have a high bar for how we administer company functions.

 

Do you want these same things?

It takes work, but it’s the work we want.

How You'll Work

  • You'll learnWe’ll show you our methods – energy assessments, commissioning, distributed energy, regulatory and policy, etc. We want you to learn the process and demonstrate you can execute on the work.

  • You’ll work together - Decisions, successes, and failures are shared by teams. We’ll ask you to be inquisitive and open minded. You’ll get a lot of peer review.

  • You’ll earn trust - The process will click and you’ll be able to lead project teams and teach other engineers how to do the work.

  • You’ll discover - You’ll have moments of discovery, insights that you are part of what makes a difference to a client’s decision. It is the glue that keeps us and our clients together because it’s the moment we did something together that we couldn’t do alone. These are the best days of work, the days we remember and tell stories about.

  • You’ll lead – Once you experience discovery, you’ll think less about the importance of your own achievements and more about what you can do together with others.

 

If we do it right, its humbling - By this time you’ll have mastery over a number of technical systems, be able to distill critical information and communicate it to a client, be able to manage different types of projects, and you’ll be paying it forward to the next engineer. You’ll also understand your successes aren’t just yours.

Our Values

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We value quality of life

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We value quality work

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We value making an impact

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We value relationships

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We value financial stability
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Contribute to Our Culture

You want work worth doing. And you probably want it for others, too. You want to care about what you do. You want to invest in your relationships with your coworkers and clients. We invite you to take part in the stewardship of our culture – every day you can shape your coworkers’ and our clients’ experience. There’s power in your actions.  

 

At Go, you’ll find we have some answers and more questions. We explore, we dive deep, we doubt, we invest, we have setbacks, we have fun, we make mistakes, we learn. Our company and your career here will look well-lived, more like a garden growing than a planned building constructed.

Our Current Openings
Energy Engineer -
Distributed Energy Resources

Energy Engineer
 

Internship
 

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

 

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are important, interdependent components of everyday life at Go Sustainable Energy and are critical to our pursuit of excellence in the field of energy consulting. Our aim is to foster a culture where every member of Go is valued, supported and inspired to achieve individual and common goals. This includes providing opportunity and access for all people across differences of race, age, color, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, migratory status, disability/abilities, political affiliation, veteran status and socioeconomic background. In all we do, we will seek to be conscious of and address practices, cultural norms, and decision making structures that perpetuate inequities.

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Go Sustainable Energy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All hiring decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

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