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BIM Jobs in Oregon

BIM Jobs in Oregon present a distinctive chance to advance professionally within the realm of Building Information Modeling, set against the state's inspiring landscapes and dynamic culture. Our roles, ranging from BIM Coordinators to Managers and Operators, are central to transforming project visions into reality, fostering both personal growth and innovation.

Why choosing a BIM job in Oregon is a great idea.

Opting for a BIM (Building Information Modeling) position in Oregon offers an unparalleled opportunity to merge career growth with an enviable lifestyle. The state's varied landscapes and vibrant culture provide a backdrop that fuels creativity and innovation, key components for success in the dynamic field of Building Information Modeling. Beyond the desk, embracing Oregon's rich outdoor activities and diverse local scene enriches our lives, making it not just a place to work but a place to thrive and find balance.

Why Work for IES communications in Oregon?

Working for IES Communications in Oregon offers a unique opportunity to be at the forefront of telecommunications, leveraging our decades-long legacy and expertise. We're not just about wiring and devices; we're building futures with next-generation Information Transport Systems and cutting-edge solutions like Building Information Modeling (BIM). Our team is our greatest strength, fostering a culture of learning, growth, and genuine care for each other’s success—ensuring that when you grow, we all grow together. By joining us, you’re not only embarking on a career filled with development opportunities but also contributing to a vision that aims to lead the industry into the future, making a real difference in communities 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 duties do our BIM employees do at IES Communications' Oregon Branches?

In Oregon, our Building Information Modeling (BIM) Coordinator is the backbone of project execution, seamlessly guiding a project from its initial design through to completion. This role involves detailed coordination with other trades, overseeing installation in line with models, ensuring compliance with contracts, and fostering client relationships. Meanwhile, the BIM Manager not only embodies all responsibilities of a coordinator but also leads our BIM department with authority, supervising staff, managing multiple projects, ensuring quality control, and acting as the primary technical contact for our teams. Their leadership extends to performance evaluations, hiring, and training, making them pivotal in both project delivery and team development. On the front lines, our BIM Operator generates essential models and conducts clash detections to support the construction process, adjusts models per management directives, and maintains constant communication with project stakeholders. They play a crucial role in keeping the project aligned with real-time changes on-site and ensuring that our constructions accurately reflect designed specifications.


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What is the average salary of a BIM job in Oregon?

The average salary for a BIM (Building Information Modeling) job in Oregon is approximately $65,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, specific role, and the employer's size and industry sector.

How do I get started with a Building Information Modeling career in Oregon?

To kickstart a career in Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Oregon, begin by gaining foundational knowledge through relevant educational programs or certifications available at local colleges and online platforms. Following that, networking with professionals in the field and seeking internships or entry-level positions within architecture, engineering, or construction firms in the region can provide practical experience and valuable industry connections.

How long does it take to start a BIM career in OR?

Starting a BIM (Building Information Modeling) career in Oregon can vary based on several factors, including your educational background and practical experience. Typically, if starting with relevant education but no direct experience, it could take anywhere from 6 months to 1 year to gain the necessary skills and land an entry-level position. For those without any background, pursuing a specialized course or certification in BIM, which can take up to 2 years, might be required before entering the field.

Is a Building Information Modeling job in Oregon a good career?

Yes, pursuing a Building Information Modeling (BIM) career in Oregon is a wise choice. The state's growing construction and architecture sectors increasingly rely on BIM for efficient project management and sustainable building practices. This demand creates a promising job market and opportunities for professional growth in the field.

How much do people with a Building Information Modeling job in OR make?

Employees working in BIM in OR typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and background.

Is there a demand for a BIM jobs in Oregon?

Yes, there is a demand for BIM (Building Information Modeling) jobs in Oregon. The construction and architecture industries are increasingly adopting BIM technology, leading to more opportunities for professionals skilled in this area.

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