These are the jobs for which Indiana employers are seeking LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN (LEED) certifications when they are looking to hire. Job seekers should include information about certifications they possess on resumes and job applications. Those interested in pursuing short-term training and certification should research the demand for a particular certification prior to entering training. Employers can learn which short-term credentials and certifications other employers are requesting or requiring for similar occupations. Incorporating certifications into job ads and job descriptions can improve job matching for employers and job seekers.
|Job Popularity Index||Job Title|
|Electrical Engineer - requested in 0.8% of job postings|
|Architect - requested in 9.7% of job postings|
|Construction Manager - requested in 1.3% of job postings|
|Energy Engineer - requested in 14.2% of job postings|
|Program Manager - requested in 0.6% of job postings|
|Civil Engineer - requested in 0.5% of job postings|
|Interior Designer - requested in 3.7% of job postings|
|Engineering Manager - requested in 0.2% of job postings|
|Estimator - requested in 0.3% of job postings|
|Sustainability Specialist - requested in 10.7% of job postings|
|Chief Executive Officer - requested in 0.1% of job postings|
|Operations Manager - requested in 0.1% of job postings|
|Facilities Manager - requested in 0.7% of job postings|
|Energy Analyst / Auditor - requested in 4.2% of job postings|
|Environmental Engineer - requested in 0.2% of job postings|
|Health and Safety Engineer - requested in 0.3% of job postings|
|Energy Efficiency Specialist - requested in 3.7% of job postings|
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