Career Opportunities

Lighting Specialist


 

Our client who is passionate about the relationship between form and light is seeking a Lighting Specialist who has current knowledge of all components (fixtures, light source, controls) to help our customers, sales and engineering teams in the selection of products to fulfill their vision.The team here boasts of their balanced/relaxed environment that produces a congenial healthy culture.

You will utilize your experience (internships will be considered) from a lighting manufacturer, an engineering firm, or lighting design firm in assisting internal teams and their customers with technical issues, reviewing complex orders, project drawings, cross-overs, doing lighting calculations and modifications. Good communication skills, a tenacious ‘don’t give up until a solution is found’ attitude to solving customers’ technical issues, the ability to feel comfortable asking questions, and patiently dealing with all involved, will lead to success.

Our ideal candidate is a Lighting Specialist or Applications Engineer currently using SolidWorks or similar drawing software to create drawings and layouts.You will be asked to train others (sales team, customers) on product features, and be comfortable interfacing with clients often. Hands-on experience with AGi32 is a plus.A BS in Architectural Engineering or Mechanical Engineering degree with lighting concentration is desired, previous experience in a similar role will be considered; 5% travel.

If you want a career, not a job, send us your resume along with an accomplishment that best demonstrates your most significant work.Include this in your email response and we’ll read it first.

Email your resume to Mary Lindenmuth: mary@pompeo.com

 

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