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Project Controller Jobs in New Mexico

At IES, we're actively seeking dedicated individuals for Project Controller Jobs in New Mexico, offering a chance to join a team committed to excellence in telecommunications and personal growth. By choosing us, you immerse yourself in an environment that blends professional development with the unique cultural and recreational opportunities New Mexico has to offer, ensuring a fulfilling career journey.

Why a Job as a Project Controller in New Mexico is a great idea.

Landing a job as a Project Controller in New Mexico isn't just about the role; it's about immersing yourself in an environment that enriches your life outside of work too. With opportunities to explore the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, dive into the vibrant arts scene of Santa Fe, or partake in unique local events like the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, you're guaranteed experiences that blend professional growth with personal fulfillment. Moreover, the rich cultural tapestry and the famed local cuisine, especially dishes adorned with green chile, ensure every day is a new adventure in both your career and your personal explorations.

Why Work for IES communications in New Mexico?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in New Mexico as a Project Controller offers a unique and rewarding opportunity. At our core, we're about more than just the cutting-edge telecommunications services we provide; we're about building a community of dedicated professionals who thrive on innovation, growth, and making a tangible difference. Our commitment to investing in our team members' personal and professional development ensures that you'll have the support and resources needed to excel in your role and beyond. With us, you become part of a culture that values diversity, collaboration, and the drive to lead our industry into the future. Joining IES Communications means becoming an integral part of a team where your contributions not only shape the success of our projects but also contribute to the broader vision of leading the telecommunications industry forward.

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 Controller at one of IES Communications' New Mexico Branches?

At IES, our New Mexico branches are on the lookout for skilled Project Controllers who play a crucial role in supporting project managers by developing budgets, managing job costs from inception to completion, and ensuring contract compliance. These professionals are integral in forecasting billing, closing out projects efficiently, and maintaining close coordination with timekeepers and payroll staff, making proficiency in MS Project or P6 Primavera highly beneficial.


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What is the average salary of a Project Controller in New Mexico?

The average salary for a Project Controller in New Mexico is approximately $78,000 per year.

How do I become a Project Controller in New Mexico?

To become a Project Controller in New Mexico, start by earning a relevant degree such as finance, business administration, or project management. Gain practical experience through internships or entry-level positions in project management to understand the fundamentals of budgeting, scheduling, and resource allocation. Enhancing your skills with certifications like PMP (Project Management Professional) or CAPM (Certified Associate in Project Management) can significantly boost your qualifications. Finally, network within industry circles and apply for project controller positions in sectors that interest you, showcasing your analytical abilities and project management expertise.

How long does it take to become a Project Controller in NM?

Becoming a Project Controller in New Mexico typically takes 4 to 6 years. This includes earning a bachelor's degree in business, finance, or a related field, which usually takes about four years, followed by gaining 1-2 years of relevant work experience in project management or a similar area. Additional certifications, such as the Certified Cost Professional (CCP) or Project Management Professional (PMP), may also enhance prospects and require extra time.

Is being a Project Controller in New Mexico a good job?

Being a Project Controller in New Mexico can indeed be a rewarding job. It offers the chance to work on diverse projects, especially given the state's growing industries such as technology and renewable energy. The role typically comes with competitive salaries and opportunities for career advancement. Additionally, New Mexico's unique culture and landscape provide an appealing backdrop for both personal and professional life. However, like any job, satisfaction greatly depends on individual preferences, company culture, and specific project demands.

How much does a Project Controller in NM make?

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

Is there a demand for Project Controllers in New Mexico?

Yes, there is a demand for Project Controllers in New Mexico. This need stems from the state's growing industries such as construction, technology, and government projects which require skilled professionals to manage budgets, schedules, and project resources efficiently.

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