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Low Voltage Jobs in Nevada

At IES in Nevada, pursuing Low Voltage Jobs offers a unique blend of professional growth and community impact. Our commitment to innovation, training, and collaboration ensures a fulfilling career path for those eager to excel in the dynamic field of low voltage systems.

Why a Job as a Low Voltage in Nevada is a great idea.

Embarking on a career as a Low Voltage technician in Nevada offers an unparalleled opportunity to dive into the heart of the rapidly evolving tech industry. With its booming economy, Nevada is ripe with opportunities for those skilled in handling intricate low voltage systems, from security to telecommunications. The state's commitment to innovation and technology makes it an ideal place for ambitious individuals seeking growth and advancement in their careers. Moreover, the vibrant community and supportive environment foster a rewarding professional journey, making it a top choice for anyone looking to excel in the low voltage field.

Why Work for IES communications in Nevada?

At IES Communications in Nevada, you're stepping into a future where your growth and development are prioritized, thanks to our commitment to cutting-edge technology and industry-leading training. Our team's dedication to delivering superior quality solutions across a diverse range of services not only challenges us but also allows us to make a meaningful difference in the communities we serve. By joining us, you become part of a family that values talent, diversity, and a strong culture of collaboration, ensuring both personal and professional fulfillment as we lead the telecommunications industry into the future together.

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 Low Voltage at one of IES Communications' Nevada Branches?

At IES in Nevada, our Systems Solutions Engineers play a pivotal role in ensuring the seamless integration and efficiency of low voltage systems design. They serve as technical resources, adept at coordinating with various IES disciplines to validate designs and integrate access control systems effectively. Their expertise extends to developing design templates, evaluating product designs, and sourcing bids to enhance department accuracy and streamline operations. Furthermore, they provide invaluable support to our staff and field technicians, ensuring high-quality installations through rigorous site reviews and leveraging local knowledge alongside best practices for optimal project outcomes.


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What is the average salary of a Low Voltage in Nevada?

The average salary for a Low Voltage Technician in Nevada is approximately $47,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, specific skills, and the city of employment within the state.

How do I become a Low Voltage in Nevada?

To become a low voltage technician in Nevada, you first need to gain experience or training in the field, which can be achieved through vocational schools, community colleges, or apprenticeship programs. Next, obtaining a Low Voltage Contractor’s License from the Nevada State Contractors Board is essential, which requires passing an exam that covers law and business, as well as trade knowledge specific to low voltage work. It's also important to meet the board's requirements for work experience, usually two to four years, and provide proof of financial responsibility. Lastly, staying informed about the latest industry standards and continuing education can help advance your career and maintain your licensure in good standing.

How long does it take to become a Low Voltage in NV?

To become a low voltage technician in Nevada, the process typically involves completing an apprenticeship that lasts about 2 to 4 years. This timeframe can vary based on prior experience and specific training programs you choose to enroll in.

Is being a Low Voltage in Nevada a good job?

Absolutely, being a Low Voltage technician in Nevada offers a promising career path. With the state's booming construction and technology sectors, there's a high demand for skilled professionals to manage and install low voltage systems. This role not only provides job security but also opportunities for growth and advancement within the field. Plus, working in Nevada, you're positioned in a vibrant market with competitive salaries and the chance to work on diverse projects across commercial and residential settings.

How much does a Low Voltage in NV make?

A Low Voltage in NV typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Low Voltages in Nevada?

Yes, there's a significant demand for low voltage services in Nevada. This is driven by the state's growing residential and commercial sectors, including the expansion of smart homes, security systems, and data networks.

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