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CAD Jobs in California

At IES in California, we understand that CAD Jobs in California are more than just positions; they're gateways to a future filled with innovation and growth. By joining our team, you become part of a community dedicated to excellence in the telecommunications field. We offer roles such as CAD Lead and CAD Operator, which are crucial for our project success and embody a unique blend of technical skill, leadership, and client engagement. These positions not only allow you to work on cutting-edge projects but also ensure your professional development is continuous and supported by the latest technology and training. At IES Communications, choosing a CAD job means you're not just starting a career—you're contributing to shaping the future of telecommunications in an environment that values collaboration and personal growth.

Why choosing a CAD job in California is a great idea.

Choosing a CAD (Computer-Aided Design) job in California offers not only a cutting-edge career in tech but also an unparalleled lifestyle, where after hours are spent surfing vibrant beaches, exploring vast national parks, and indulging in diverse culinary adventures.

Why Work for IES communications in California?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in California means joining a team that values its employees as its greatest asset. Our commitment to fostering an environment of growth, learning, and collaboration directly aligns with our vision to lead the telecommunications industry into the future. For those passionate about Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and looking to make a significant impact within the field, IES offers unparalleled opportunities. We invest in our team through cutting-edge technology and industry-leading training, ensuring our staff is equipped to meet the evolving demands of our clients and the communities we serve. At IES Communications, you're not just building a career; you're contributing to a legacy of excellence and innovation in the telecommunications sector.

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 duties do our CAD employees do at IES Communications' California Branches?

At IES in California, we're proud to offer pivotal roles within our CAD department that are essential for the seamless execution of projects across various sectors. Our CAD Lead and CAD Operator positions embody a blend of technical expertise, leadership, and client interaction. The CAD Lead takes charge by not only performing all duties of an AutoCAD Drafter but also overseeing the drawing and close-out progress for multiple projects. This role is crucial as it serves as the first point of contact for both the CAD team and our clients, ensuring quality control, supervising staff, and fostering professional growth within the team. On the other hand, our CAD Operators focus on documenting intricate details through cable test management software and producing precise CAD drawings. They play a key role in maintaining project documentation and ensuring that all designs meet our high standards and specific requirements. Both positions emphasize collaboration with clients, contractors, and project staff, highlighting our commitment to excellence and efficient project delivery here at IES California.


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What is the average salary of a CAD job in California?

The average salary for a CAD job in California is approximately $60,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, location, and the specific industry.

How do I get started with a Computer-Aided Design career in California?

To kickstart a career in Computer-Aided Design (CAD) in California, begin by pursuing relevant education through accredited programs or degrees in engineering, architecture, or graphic design that offer CAD training. Next, gaining hands-on experience through internships or entry-level positions is crucial for practical skills development and networking within the industry. Finally, consider obtaining certification in specific CAD software to enhance your resume and showcase your expertise to potential employers.

How long does it take to start a CAD career in CA?

Starting a CAD career in California typically takes about 2 years, as most entry-level positions require an associate degree in drafting or a related field. However, the timeframe can vary based on individual learning pace, chosen educational path, and specific industry requirements.

Is a Computer-Aided Design job in California a good career?

Absolutely, a career in Computer-Aided Design (CAD) in California is an excellent choice. The state's robust tech industry and innovative companies offer numerous opportunities for growth and development. With high demand across sectors such as technology, engineering, architecture, and entertainment, professionals can find diverse and rewarding paths. Additionally, the competitive salaries reflect the value of CAD skills in California's dynamic job market, making it a promising career path for those interested in design and technology.

How much do people with a Computer-Aided Design job in CA make?

Employees working in CAD in CA typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and background.

Is there a demand for a CAD jobs in California?

Yes, there is a significant demand for CAD jobs in California. This state hosts a diverse range of industries including technology, engineering, architecture, and entertainment, all of which require skilled CAD professionals to bring ideas and designs to life.

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