We are seeking a talented and motivated individual with a minimum of three years of experience in architectural lighting design to join our New York City team. Our team welcomes designers with strong communication skills who enjoy working in a team environment on a variety of project types.
Plan, produce, and oversee the documentation of the design (drafting, specifications, fixture schedules, etc.)
Construction administration (submittals, RFI’s, punch visits, etc.)
Fill the role of Project Manager on smaller projects under the guidance of a Principal
Interested candidates should apply through the IALD, IES, or on our website at https://www.thelightingpractice.com/career/ Candidates should also send a PDF (max 10 MB) of their qualifications (cover letter, resume, references, and portfolio). Compensation is commensurate with experience. Full time positions include a complete company paid benefits package.
Bachelor’s Degree in Lighting Design or a related field (Theater Lighting, Interior Design, Architecture or Architectural Engineering)
3+ years of experience in an architectural lighting design role
Experience working on a project from Schematic Design through Construction Administration
Strong communication skills (oral, written, and graphic presentations)
Fluent in spoken and written English
Lighting calculation programs (AGI32)
BIM Software (Revit experience is preferred)
Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign)
MS Office (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
SketchUp, Rhinoceros 3D (Rhino3D), V-Ray, DIVA, 3ds Max experience is a plus, but not required
About The Lighting Practice, Inc.
The Lighting Practice is a Philadelphia based lighting design firm with 30 years of experience in the A/E/C Industry. We work on diverse and challenging projects throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe. Our projects include exterior building lighting, specialty lighting for retail, entertainment centers, and hospitality, major universities, as well as high-end corporate, healthcare facilities, and urban environments.
We are team-oriented with a fun, collaborative, and interactive design process. Whether we’re working on a project, or debating what’s the greatest movie of all time, our designers are encouraged to engage in open discussions. The Lighting Practice provides opportunities for personal and professional growth by holding in-house workshops, attending industry events, providing membership to professional organizations, and fostering team bonding.
As a team member of The Lighting Practice, you will gain the knowledge, skills, and project experience required to be a successful lighting designer.
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