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Construction Scheduler Jobs in Washington DC

At IES, we understand the critical role Construction Scheduler Jobs in Washington DC play in not just managing project timelines but in shaping the future of telecommunications. By joining our team, you're stepping into a position that places you at the forefront of industry innovation, where your expertise in scheduling and project management contributes directly to our mission of delivering exceptional ITS solutions. Our commitment to your professional development is unwavering, offering unparalleled opportunities for growth amidst the vibrant backdrop of Washington DC, ensuring your career flourishes alongside the impactful projects you'll lead.

Why a Job as a Construction Scheduler in Washington DC is a great idea.

Taking on a job as a Construction Scheduler in Washington DC not only positions you at the heart of some of the nation's most significant projects but also surrounds you with an enriching blend of history, culture, and natural beauty, offering endless opportunities for exploration and enjoyment beyond the workday.

Why Work for IES communications in Washington DC?

Joining IES Communications in Washington DC means becoming part of a team that values your growth and development as much as you do. We're not just about delivering superior quality ITS solutions; we're about building careers that flourish through industry-leading training and cutting-edge technology investments. As a Construction Scheduler, you'll be at the heart of our vision to lead the telecommunications industry into the future, leveraging your skills to make a tangible difference in the communities we serve. At IES, we see our employees as our greatest asset, fostering an environment where collaboration thrives, learning is continuous, and personal and professional growth are intertwined, ensuring you can build the life and career you envision.

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 Construction Scheduler at one of IES Communications' Washington DC Branches?

At our Washington DC branches, our Construction Schedulers play a pivotal role in ensuring projects are completed efficiently and effectively. They meticulously manage workload distribution, monitor customer delivery, job installation progress, and coordinate with Project Management and Leads to maintain project schedules from initiation to completion, while also analyzing costs and identifying any potential schedule issues to keep everything on track.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Construction Scheduler in Washington DC?

In Washington DC, the average salary for a Construction Scheduler is approximately $85,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, qualifications, and specific employer requirements.

How do I become a Construction Scheduler in Washington DC?

To become a construction scheduler in Washington DC, start by obtaining a relevant degree or certification in construction management, engineering, or a related field. Gain hands-on experience through internships or entry-level positions in the construction industry to understand project workflows and scheduling software. Enhance your skills by learning specific scheduling tools like Primavera P6 or Microsoft Project, which are widely used in the industry. Finally, consider joining professional organizations and attending workshops or seminars focused on construction scheduling to network with professionals and stay updated on best practices.

How long does it take to become a Construction Scheduler in DC?

Becoming a Construction Scheduler in Washington, D.C., typically requires 2-4 years of experience. This includes time spent gaining relevant education, such as a bachelor's degree in construction management or a related field, and hands-on experience in the construction industry to understand project timelines, resource allocation, and software tools essential for scheduling tasks effectively.

Is being a Construction Scheduler in Washington DC a good job?

Absolutely, being a Construction Scheduler in Washington DC can be considered a good job. The city's continuous growth and development projects offer ample opportunities for skilled schedulers. With the region's focus on infrastructure and urban renewal, there's a steady demand for professionals who can efficiently plan and oversee construction timelines. This role not only promises competitive salaries but also provides a chance to contribute significantly to the shaping of the nation's capital. Moreover, the unique challenges and high-profile nature of many D.C. projects can enhance a scheduler's experience and reputation in the field.

How much does a Construction Scheduler in DC make?

A Construction Scheduler in DC typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Construction Schedulers in Washington DC?

Yes, there's a significant demand for Construction Schedulers in Washington DC. This region's ongoing development and infrastructure projects ensure steady opportunities for professionals in this field.

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