Career Opportunities


Our client – a manufacturer with a very well-respected team of lighting professionals – is seeking a well-spoken, self-driven and independent Product Manager with strong technical knowledge to help develop the product roadmap for the next 12-18 months and then execute the agreed-upon plan!  

You will utilize your experience with commercial downlighting, track lighting, and/or linear luminaires, your ability to handle group presentations and lunch-and-learns as well as your understanding of the market and the competitive landscape as you analyze sales, competition, work on pricing strategy and provide technical and applications support on products after training.  Your experience in product training will also be utilized as you put together effective training material and webinars for our client’s sales team, distributors, reps and key end users on a national level. 

Our ideal candidate is currently a Product Manager or Product Development Manager and has technical knowledge in commercial downlighting. In this position you will have tremendous impact on a big product line for our client, and you will be able to create a product line that is truly ‘yours’!  And our ideal candidate can stay right where he/she is, as the person can work remotely in this role---no costly or disruptive relocation.   BS/BA is a plus; 50% travel (first 6 months may be slightly higher). 

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.   

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