Career Opportunities


Our client (a global manufacturer that prides themselves on maintaining a very friendly, open and warm culture) is looking for a flexible, patient, self-starting and product-oriented Architectural Sales Engineer for the Northeast Corridor to identify and generate new business opportunities that will assist them in growing their business in the New York City and Northeast area and who will make calls with their rep agents.  This opportunity is not about wattage or lumen output as much as it is talking about the quality and shape of the light!               

You will you use your experience with indoor architectural lighting, downlights, track lighting and/or lighting controls, your experience in specification sales and/or lighting design and your ability to sell on value and performance rather than price as you make recommendations of new products to add to our client’s portfolio based on feedback you receive in the field as well as analyze market conditions, competitive products and product trends. 

Our ideal candidate is currently a Specification Sales Representative, Lighting Designer, Sales Field Engineer, Applications Engineer, or Regional Sales Manager who is technology-oriented, respectful, a go-getter, and takes the initiative!   Your knowledge of wireless lighting control protocols will serve you well.  Degree is highly preferred; experience working with (or being a) lighting designer(s) is absolutely essential! Experience with is a plus.  25-50% travel with some possible overseas travel within the first 6 months. 

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.    

E-mail your resume to Eric Walters at:


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