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Controls Technician Jobs in California

At IES Communications in California, we're proud to offer Controls Technician Jobs in California that not only propel your career forward but also immerse you in a culture of innovation and community. By joining our team, you'll be part of an environment committed to your growth and development, where the role of a Controls Technician Level II involves meticulous work with low voltage cabling, control panels, and controllers, enhancing both our projects and your skill set. Our Senior Lead Controls Technicians play a pivotal leadership role, focusing on team management, customer liaison, and ensuring project success within budget and quality standards. At IES, we believe in making a difference—not just in the telecommunications industry but in the lives of our employees and the communities we serve, making it the perfect place for those eager to advance their careers while contributing to a brighter future.

Why a Job as a Controls Technician in California is a great idea.

Landing a job as a Controls Technician in California offers not just the chance to thrive in a state celebrated for its innovation and diverse industries but also immerses you in a lifestyle where outdoor adventures, cultural richness, and cutting-edge communities enhance your personal and professional growth.

Why Work for IES communications in California?

At IES Communications in California, you'll join a team that values your growth and development, offering unparalleled opportunities to advance as a Controls Technician through industry-leading training and cutting-edge technology. We're committed to fostering a supportive work environment where your talents contribute directly to our vision of leading the telecommunications industry into the future, making it an ideal place for those passionate about making a difference in both their career and the community.

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 Controls Technician at one of IES Communications' California Branches?

At our California branches, the Controls Technician Level II plays a crucial role in ensuring that low voltage cabling is expertly pulled, installed, and terminated. They are adept at interpreting prints, wiring diagrams, drawings, and specifications to seamlessly install control panels and controllers, including bending 1/2 inch to 1-inch conduit with precision. On the other hand, our Senior Lead Controls Technician oversees the recruitment, training, management, and if necessary, the discharge of project-related staff, aiming to maintain project profitability while adhering to Company goals. This position not only ensures that schedules and staffing levels meet customer requirements but also acts as the primary liaison with customers, guaranteeing job completion aligns with budget expectations and quality standards, all while promoting safety and process improvement within our team.


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What is the average salary of a Controls Technician in California?

The average salary for a Controls Technician in California is approximately $75,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, specific skills, and the employer's industry.

How do I become a Controls Technician in California?

To become a Controls Technician in California, start by pursuing relevant education such as an associate degree in electronics or a related field. Then, gain hands-on experience through internships or apprenticeships to build practical skills and knowledge essential for this career path.

How long does it take to become a Controls Technician in CA?

Becoming a Controls Technician in California typically requires 2-4 years of education and training. This includes completing an associate degree or certification program in a relevant field, such as electrical engineering technology, followed by hands-on experience through internships or apprenticeships. The exact timeline can vary based on individual learning pace, specific educational paths chosen, and opportunities for practical experience.

Is being a Controls Technician in California a good job?

Absolutely, being a Controls Technician in California is considered a good job. The state's robust industrial and technological sectors offer ample opportunities for skilled technicians to work on diverse projects, from energy management systems to automated manufacturing processes. In addition to the variety of work, Controls Technicians in California benefit from competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and the chance for career advancement. The demand for these professionals is consistently high due to the ongoing need for efficient, innovative control systems across various industries, making it a stable and rewarding career choice.

How much does a Controls Technician in CA make?

A Controls Technician in CA typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Controls Technicians in California?

Yes, there is a significant demand for Controls Technicians in California. This demand is driven by the state's thriving technology sectors, including industrial automation, HVAC systems, and energy management industries, which all require skilled technicians to design, implement, and maintain complex control systems.

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