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Site Manager Jobs in Ohio

At IES, we understand that taking on Site Manager Jobs in Ohio is more than just a career move; it's a chance to be at the heart of innovation within the telecommunications industry. Our commitment at IES is to not only lead with excellence but to foster an environment where you're continuously growing—both personally and professionally. As part of our team, your role goes beyond project oversight; you're crucial in enhancing building infrastructures and contributing positively to communities. With us, your development is paramount, offering a pathway filled with advancement opportunities and the chance to make a lasting impact. Joining us means embracing a lifestyle where hard work meets the diverse leisure activities Ohio has to offer, from exploring Hocking Hills to enjoying Cedar Point. It’s about becoming part of a community that values diversity, talent, and dedication, all while being supported by a team committed to your success.

Why a Job as a Site Manager in Ohio is a great idea.

Landing a job as a Site Manager in Ohio isn't just about the role; it's about embracing an enriching lifestyle that balances hard work with vibrant leisure. The state's diverse landscape offers something for everyone, whether you're hiking through Hocking Hills or riding roller coasters at Cedar Point after a productive week. From the electric atmosphere of Columbus city life to the tranquil beauty of countryside Amish communities, there's always a new scene to explore. Plus, joining the local passion for the Ohio State Buckeyes or diving into cultural festivities adds layers of community connection and enjoyment outside the office.

Why Work for IES communications in Ohio?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in Ohio as a Site Manager means stepping into a role that's not just about overseeing projects but being at the forefront of shaping the future of telecommunications. At IES, we're more than a company; we're a community united by our vision to lead with innovation and excellence. Our dedication to providing comprehensive training and embracing cutting-edge technology ensures you're always growing, both professionally and personally. Here, your work directly contributes to enhancing building infrastructures across communities, supported by a team that values diversity, talent, and commitment. Join us, and be part of an environment where your development is our priority, fostering a career path filled with opportunities for advancement and the chance to make a significant impact in our industry and beyond.

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 Site Manager at one of IES Communications' Ohio Branches?

At our Ohio branches, our Site Managers play a pivotal role in steering project success and ensuring client satisfaction. They adeptly handle recruitment, training, and management of project staff while overseeing job cost accuracy, customer relations, and the execution of multiple work scopes, including structured cabling, audio-visual, security, and life safety systems, always aiming for profitability and quality standards that reflect our company's goals.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Site Manager in Ohio?

The average salary for a Site Manager in Ohio is approximately $72,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, location, and the specific industry.

How do I become a Site Manager in Ohio?

To become a Site Manager in Ohio, start by obtaining relevant education, such as a degree in construction management or civil engineering, and gain practical experience through internships or entry-level positions in the field. Then, enhance your qualifications with certifications like the Project Management Professional (PMP) to stand out to employers.

How long does it take to become a Site Manager in OH?

Becoming a Site Manager in Ohio typically requires around 5 to 10 years of experience in the field. This journey often starts with gaining foundational knowledge through education, such as a bachelor's degree in construction management or a related area, followed by accumulating hands-on experience in various construction roles to develop a comprehensive skill set. Progressing from entry-level positions to a site manager role involves demonstrating leadership capabilities, project management skills, and a deep understanding of construction processes and safety regulations.

Is being a Site Manager in Ohio a good job?

Being a Site Manager in Ohio can be a rewarding career choice. The job offers competitive salaries, opportunities for growth, and the chance to work on diverse projects across various industries. With Ohio's robust economy and ongoing development projects, site managers play a crucial role in ensuring construction activities meet quality standards, are completed on time, and adhere to budget constraints. Additionally, this position allows individuals to develop strong leadership, project management, and problem-solving skills, making it an attractive option for those looking to advance their careers in the construction or project management fields.

How much does a Site Manager in OH make?

A Site Manager in OH typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Site Managers in Ohio?

Yes, there's a significant demand for Site Managers in Ohio. This need spans across various industries including construction, manufacturing, and technology, reflecting the state's diverse economic landscape. As businesses continue to grow and infrastructure projects expand, the role of Site Managers becomes increasingly crucial in ensuring projects are completed efficiently and effectively.

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