Acuity Brands is seeking a Field Services Engineer to join the team in our Mid-atlantic territory. Candidates can work out of their homes from any of the following states, as long as they are close to a major airport:
- Provides startup, troubleshooting and end user training for lighting control systems.
- Can easily read lighting and floor plans and interpret specifications to ensure system installations match the plans and meet the end user's expectations.
- Has enough expertise to handle complex jobs and work with both internal and external stakeholders to address concerns and drive for project completion.
- Performs onsite lighting and control startup, troubleshooting and end user training.
- Provides expert support for both internal and external customers as it pertains to field applications of product
- Creates and maintains relationships with key stakeholders to provide differentiated service
- Provides engineering support and communicates cross-functionally with other departments.
Required Years of Experience
- No experience required
- Two years experience preferred
- Associate's Degree or Technical Degree or equivalent
- Working general computer skills, including but not limited to e-mail, spread sheet, word processing, and data entry.
- Strong communication, both writen and oral.
- Ability to read and interpret plans and specifications.
- Understanding of basic electrical components (relays, drivers, ballasts...).
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