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Infrastructure Technician Jobs in Ohio

Infrastructure Technician Jobs in Ohio offer a unique blend of professional and personal growth opportunities, set against the backdrop of an affordable and vibrant state. By stepping into this role, you're not just pursuing a career; you're embracing a lifestyle that promises both financial stability and enriching experiences through impactful work. Our team members are at the heart of our operations, skilled in everything from precision installations to project coordination, all while upholding the highest quality and safety standards. This ensures that every project is not just a job, but a chance to excel, innovate, and contribute to the diverse and dynamic fabric of Ohio.

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

Securing a job as an Infrastructure Technician in Ohio is not just a career move; it's stepping into a lifestyle that balances professional growth with personal fulfillment. The state’s affordable living costs, combined with a vibrant job market across tech and other industries, ensure you're set up for both financial stability and career advancement opportunities. Embracing life in Ohio means joining a community where your work impacts the diverse fabric of this dynamic state, from its rich cultural heritage to its commitment to innovation and education.

Why Work for IES communications in Ohio?

At IES Communications in Ohio, you'll be part of a pioneering team that values diversity, talent, and commitment, offering a clear path for personal and professional growth within the dynamic field of telecommunications infrastructure. We're dedicated to leading the industry with cutting-edge technology and comprehensive training, ensuring our Infrastructure Technicians are equipped to meet future challenges head-on, making every project an opportunity to excel and innovate.

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' Ohio Branches?

At our Ohio branches, we're proud to have a dedicated team of Infrastructure Technicians and Lead Infrastructure Technicians who are at the core of our operations. Our technicians handle everything from measuring, cutting, bending, threading, and installing electrical conduit with precision, to building out closets, ensuring proper grounding for racks, equipment, and cable as required. They bring expertise in fabricating and installing various conduits and raceway systems, alongside assuming responsibility for crew performance, project coordination, and training. Adhering to the highest quality and safety standards, they not only contribute significantly to our projects' success but also ensure all paperwork is completed accurately and on time, embodying the commitment and professionalism that define us here at IES.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

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

The average salary for an Infrastructure Technician in Ohio is approximately $60,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, certifications, and specific employer requirements.

How do I become an Infrastructure Technician in Ohio?

To become an Infrastructure Technician in Ohio, start by earning a high school diploma or equivalent. Next, consider pursuing relevant post-secondary education, such as an associate degree or certification in network administration, computer science, or a related field. Gaining hands-on experience through internships or entry-level positions is essential. Additionally, obtaining professional certifications, such as CompTIA A+ or Cisco's CCNA, can significantly enhance your qualifications. Finally, keep updating your skills and knowledge to stay current with the latest technology trends and advancements in the field.

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

Becoming an Infrastructure Technician in Ohio typically requires about 1-2 years of education and training. This includes completing a relevant technical program or associate degree, followed by gaining hands-on experience through internships or entry-level positions.

Is being an Infrastructure Technician in Ohio a good job?

Yes, being an Infrastructure Technician in Ohio is a good job. It offers a blend of stable employment opportunities, competitive salaries, and the chance to work with cutting-edge technology in various sectors. This role not only provides a solid foundation for career growth but also addresses the increasing demand for skilled professionals in the tech infrastructure field across the state.

How much does an Infrastructure Technician in OH make?

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

Is there a demand for Infrastructure Technicians in Ohio?

Yes, there's a growing demand for Infrastructure Technicians in Ohio due to the state's expanding tech sector and ongoing digital transformation across industries. This trend is creating more job opportunities for skilled professionals in this field.

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