The Lighting Consultant is responsible for planning, executing, and finalizing lighting packages within established client budgets and parameters. Lighting Consultant will also define a project’s estimating strategy, and fixture selections for cost savings, obtain quotes, provide accurate pricing, and recommend a selection of alternate fixtures when applicable, prepare and present submittal packages to clients, participate in design meetings, and advise on energy code compliance and general lighting codes.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
Produce accurate, efficient and competitive quotations utilizing internal and external distribution sources. Conduct ongoing analyses of fixture packages to identify opportunities and provide suggestions for optimal product and pricing selections. Provide excellent customer service, attending client meetings during all phases of the project life cycle and assisting in the selection and approval process while remaining budget-conscious. Create and submit thorough fixture submittal packages based on customer requests. Act as a liaison between the estimating, engineering, operations departments and the distribution center. Handoff approved lighting packages and pricing to lighting project managers for procurement. Assist in resolving any in construction technical issues or coordination issues. Maintain the fixture package pricing throughout the project life cycle with a focus on remaining in budget per contract award and scope. Represent the company in a positive manner with clients, vendors, partner businesses, and other industry contacts.
At least 5-10 years of experience in lighting and project quotations, distribution quotations or other related experience required. Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required. Familiarity with product line and pricing, as well as knowledge and understanding of the bid process, required. Extensive knowledge and experience in plan reading and take-offs required. Ability to multitask in a high volume, fast paced work environment with very tight deadlines. Must be highly organized and detail-oriented with strong written and verbal communication skills. Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Excel and Outlook required. Demonstrate and uphold all of Power Design’s core values, which include integrity, accountability, teamwork, innovation and growth. Non-smoker.
National health and dental plans. Paid vacations and holidays. Life Insurance. Short and long term disability plans. 401(K) retirement plan. Flexible spending account. Incentive and recognition programs. National discount programs. Relocation opportunities.
With more than 100 active projects, a 70,000-square-foot national headquarter facility, a 100,000-square-foot distribution center, and accumulative revenue exceeding $1 billion dollars, Power Design is one of the top electrical contractors in the United States. Located at our corporate headquarters, Power Design's 12,000-square-foot training center is used for core training and hands-on simulation... experiences to provide real-life applications, keeping us at the forefront of innovative training practices and techniques. Since founded in 1989, Power Design has operated as a family-run business built on an unbending foundation of quality service and loyalty to our employees and customers. Our commitment to customer service has enabled us to partner with the top 100 general contractors as ranked by Engineering News-Record (ENR). At Power Design, we are committed to providing a quality product and excellent customer service. While our growth is a part of our culture, business decisions are made based on long-term relationships and commitment, not profit margins. Partnering with Power Design means having a team member on board that seeks to create successful, innovative projects, delivered on time and on budget.