Lighting Specialist Careers

The growing importance of lighting suggests that many traditional businesses and government agencies will regularly employ lighting specialists to help address lighting challenges. Some examples are:

  • A utility lighting specialist provides advice to utility customers as well as managing lighting incentive programs and other lighting projects.
  • A government lighting specialist works within local, state or federal agencies to ensure that government lighting programs meet current lighting standards.
  • An environmental lighting advocate is employed in the field of energy efficiency, sustainability, and waste disposal to promote improved practices and maintain pressure on government agencies to adopt appropriate standards.
  • A corporate lighting specialist works for a property owner or manager to implement sound lighting practices, to ensure competent lighting designs have been supplied by architects and engineers, and to oversee lighting management companies.

Educational Requirements Generally, an associate or bachelor’s degree in a major technical or business field. In some cases, an architectural or engineering degree may be required.

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