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About Musco Lighting

Musco Lighting is an American privately owned company, based out of Oskaloosa, Iowa, that is noted for providing permanent or temporary lighting at major sports events and stadiums including the Super Bowl and Olympics. The company derives its name from Muscatine County, Iowa, where it was founded and still maintains a large manufacturing plant. Company projects range from the largest sports lighting project in the world to small little league parks. In addition to its Academy Award, it has also won an Emmy Award for its providing temporary lighting for night time NCAA games, including games at Notre Dame Stadium, Ross-Ade Stadium, Ohio Stadium, Kinnick Stadium and Bearcat Stadium. The company illuminated the Statue of Liberty during its rededication, four Super Bowls, and was the official lighting company for the 1984, 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games

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The interview procedure at Musco Lighting is straightforward. There is a basic skills assessment which covers subjects including but not limited to reading, writing, speaking, and basic math. Applicants must bring their resume with them to the interview. Some applicants go through a online screening before progressing to an in person interview. Current employees have reported that it is important to show that you are capable of coping with stressful situations, working in a fast paced environment, have a flexible schedule, and collaborating with colleagues. Once through the application process, all new hires are required to go through a basic training.