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Low Voltage Jobs in Alabama

Low Voltage Jobs in Alabama offer a unique blend of opportunities, especially for those who join us at IES. We're more than just a team; we're a family dedicated to nurturing talent and fostering an environment where innovation meets dedication, driving both personal and professional growth. Our commitment lies in delivering top-notch telecommunications services, positioning you to play a key role in advancing our community's infrastructure while growing your career. By choosing to work with us in Alabama, you'll not only be embracing a state known for its vibrant job market and cultural richness but also joining a close-knit group that values collaboration and excellence.

Why a Job as a Low Voltage in Alabama is a great idea.

Opting for a job as a low voltage technician in Alabama meshes perfectly with the state's innovative spirit and robust job market, especially in sectors like aerospace and biotechnology. The affordability of living, coupled with a rich cultural backdrop ranging from historical significance to outdoor activities, ensures a quality lifestyle without breaking the bank. Moreover, working in this field here means becoming part of a close-knit community that values strong bonds and collaboration, enhancing both professional growth and personal fulfillment.

Why Work for IES communications in Alabama?

Joining IES Communications in Alabama presents an incredible opportunity for those passionate about the low voltage field. Our team is not just a workforce; we're a family that thrives on collaboration, learning, and mutual respect, ensuring every member can forge their own path toward personal and professional development. With our commitment to innovation and quality service delivery in the telecommunications industry, you'll be at the forefront of implementing next-generation ITS solutions, contributing significantly to both our community's infrastructure and your career growth. At IES, we value diversity, talent, and dedication, recognizing that our greatest asset is our employees who are empowered to lead our industry into the future.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What will you do as a Low Voltage at one of IES Communications' Alabama Branches?

At IES in Alabama, our Systems Solutions Engineers are at the forefront of innovation and efficiency within the low voltage systems industry. They serve as pivotal technical resources, ensuring seamless integration and coordination across various disciplines, from designing and supporting infrastructure to installation, testing, and certification efforts. Our engineers not only develop standards and guidelines to enhance departmental accuracy but also engage closely with project managers, field supervisors, and clients to guarantee high-quality installations that meet rigorous performance standards. Their role is crucial in sourcing bids, reviewing pricing, and providing unmatched technical support, thereby reinforcing our commitment to excellence and client satisfaction across our branches in Alabama.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Low Voltage in Alabama?

The average salary for a Low Voltage Technician in Alabama is approximately $47,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, certifications, and specific job responsibilities.

How do I become a Low Voltage in Alabama?

To become a low voltage technician in Alabama, you first need to gain knowledge and experience in the field, often through vocational training or an apprenticeship program. Next, ensure you meet the state's licensing requirements, which may include passing an exam. Finally, apply for your license through the Alabama Electrical Contractors Board, completing all necessary paperwork and fees to legally work as a low voltage professional in the state.

How long does it take to become a Low Voltage in AL?

To become a Low Voltage technician in Alabama, the time investment typically spans from a few months of technical training to several years if pursuing an apprenticeship. This range ensures you acquire the necessary skills and meet any licensing requirements specific to Alabama.

Is being a Low Voltage in Alabama a good job?

Being a low voltage technician in Alabama can be a rewarding career choice. It offers opportunities for growth, competitive salaries, and the chance to work on diverse projects. With the increasing demand for advanced communication and security systems, skilled technicians are in high demand. Plus, this role provides a blend of technical challenge and hands-on work that many find satisfying.

How much does a Low Voltage in AL make?

A Low Voltage in AL typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Low Voltages in Alabama?

Yes, there's a significant demand for low voltage solutions in Alabama, especially due to the growing needs in security systems, home automation, and telecommunications infrastructure. This trend reflects an increasing emphasis on energy-efficient and technologically advanced installations across both residential and commercial sectors.

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