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Infrastructure Technician Jobs in Nevada

Landing Infrastructure Technician Jobs in Nevada means stepping into a role that's pivotal for the state's rapidly expanding technology landscape. In these positions, technicians are immersed in an environment where their skills in measuring, cutting, and installing electrical conduit, among other tasks, are crucial for building the foundational elements of our telecommunications infrastructure. Our team members aren't just workers; they're leaders who ensure every project meets stringent standards of quality and safety while managing timelines and coordinating staff effectively. By joining us, you'll be part of a dedicated group that values growth, innovation, and excellence, making a tangible impact on our communities and helping shape the future of connectivity in Nevada.

Why a Job as an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada is a great idea.

Landing a job as an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada offers not only the excitement of contributing to the state's booming tech sector but also promises stability and growth in a field that's at the heart of modern connectivity.

Why Work for IES communications in Nevada?

At IES Communications in Nevada, you'll join a team where your growth and development are prioritized through industry-leading training and cutting-edge technology, ensuring you're at the forefront of telecommunications advancements. Our commitment to excellence and innovation offers a unique opportunity for Infrastructure Technicians to build a meaningful career while contributing to projects that shape our communities and future.

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 an Infrastructure Technician at one of IES Communications' Nevada Branches?

In Nevada, our Infrastructure Technicians and Lead Infrastructure Technicians are the backbone of our operations. They expertly handle everything from measuring, cutting, and installing electrical conduit with precision tools to building infrastructure essentials like closets and grounding for racks. Our team members are not only skilled in fabricating and installing various types of conduits and raceway systems but also take on leadership roles, ensuring projects meet our high standards of quality and safety while coordinating personnel and timelines efficiently. As part of our family, they embody our commitment to excellence, adhering to all company and industry regulations, and always ready to tackle challenges head-on, making us proud every day.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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Fernley

Las Vegas

Sparks

Henderson

Reno

FAQs

What is the average salary of an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada?

The average salary for an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada is approximately $58,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, certifications, and specific employer requirements.

How do I become an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada?

To become an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada, start by obtaining a high school diploma or equivalent. It's beneficial to pursue further education such as an associate degree or certification in IT, network administration, or a related field. Hands-on experience, which can be gained through internships or entry-level positions, is crucial for understanding the practical aspects of the job. Additionally, staying updated with the latest technology trends and acquiring relevant certifications will enhance your qualifications and employability in this evolving sector. Networking with professionals in the field can also provide valuable insights and opportunities.

How long does it take to become an Infrastructure Technician in NV?

Becoming an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada typically requires a combination of education and hands-on experience totaling about 1 to 2 years. This includes completing relevant coursework or a certification program, followed by gaining practical work experience through internships or entry-level positions.

Is being an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada a good job?

Absolutely, being an Infrastructure Technician in Nevada is a great career choice. The state's booming technology and entertainment sectors offer ample opportunities for growth and development in this field. With the increasing reliance on digital infrastructure, skilled technicians are in high demand to ensure systems run smoothly and efficiently. Plus, Nevada's diverse industries mean you'll likely find varied and interesting projects to work on, keeping your job engaging and rewarding over time.

How much does an Infrastructure Technician in NV make?

An Infrastructure Technician in NV typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Infrastructure Technicians in Nevada?

Yes, there is a significant demand for Infrastructure Technicians in Nevada. This growing need is primarily due to the state's expanding tech industry and ongoing infrastructure projects. As businesses continue to evolve and new developments arise, skilled technicians are crucial for maintaining and upgrading essential systems.

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