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Project Manager Jobs in California

Project Manager Jobs in California offer a unique blend of professional challenges and personal growth opportunities. As Project Managers, we lead projects that push the boundaries of what's possible in telecommunications, making significant contributions to the industry and communities across California. Our roles involve guiding teams through project lifecycles, ensuring alignment with customer expectations and our own high standards, all while keeping an eye on profitability and continuous improvement. Opting for Project Manager Jobs in California isn't just about advancing your career; it's about embracing a lifestyle where innovation meets exploration, surrounded by the state's diverse landscapes and vibrant cities.

Why a Job as a Project Manager in California is a great idea.

Opting for a job as a Project Manager (PM) in California is not just a career move; it's an invitation to an enriching lifestyle. The state's diverse landscape ensures that, outside of work, we're never short of options, whether it’s catching waves on its vibrant beaches or trekking through expansive national parks. As PMs, the dynamic cities fuel our drive for innovation and offer endless networking opportunities within a melting pot of industries. Moreover, the blend of outdoor adventures, cutting-edge technology, and unparalleled culinary scenes makes every day off an exciting exploration of what makes California truly unique.

Why Work for IES communications in California?

Joining IES Communications in California means becoming part of a team that values your growth and development as much as the innovative solutions we provide to our clients. As Project Managers, we are at the forefront of leading projects that not only challenge us but also contribute significantly to the telecommunications industry and communities we serve. Our commitment to excellence is matched by our dedication to the professional and personal advancement of our employees, ensuring that working with us is not just a job, but a pathway to achieving your career aspirations and shaping the future of telecommunications.

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 Project Manager at one of IES Communications' California Branches?

At our California branches, our Project Managers play a pivotal role in steering project success from inception to completion. They are tasked with assembling and guiding a dedicated team, ensuring all project facets align with both customer expectations and company standards, while also focusing on maintaining project profitability and fostering continuous improvement.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Project Manager in California?

The average salary for a Project Manager in California is approximately $90,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, industry, and specific location within the state.

How do I become a PM in California?

To become a Project Manager (PM) in California, start by gaining relevant education, such as a bachelor's degree in project management or a related field. Next, acquire practical experience through internships or entry-level positions to understand the basics of project management. Enhancing your qualifications with certifications like PMP (Project Management Professional) can significantly boost your credentials. Finally, networking within professional circles and joining PM-related organizations in California will help you discover opportunities and advance your career.

How long does it take to become a Project Manager in CA?

Becoming a project manager in California typically requires between 4 to 7 years. This includes earning a bachelor's degree in a relevant field, which takes about four years, followed by gaining 3+ years of work experience in project management or a related area. Certifications like PMP can also enhance qualifications but require additional time for preparation and completion.

Is being a PM in California a good job?

Absolutely, being a Project Manager (PM) in California is considered a good job. The state's dynamic industries, from tech to entertainment, offer diverse opportunities for PMs to work on innovative projects with competitive salaries. Plus, the professional community here is vibrant and expansive, providing excellent networking possibilities that can significantly enhance career growth.

How much does a PM in CA make?

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

Is there a demand for Project Managers in California?

Yes, there is a significant demand for Project Managers in California. This demand spans across various industries such as technology, construction, healthcare, and entertainment, reflecting the state's diverse economic landscape. The need for skilled professionals to oversee projects from inception to completion ensures that project managers remain highly sought after in California's dynamic job market.

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