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IT Technician Jobs in Oregon

At IES Oregon, IT Technician Jobs in Oregon offer a unique and enriching career path for those passionate about technology and community. By joining our team, you're not just taking on a job; you're embracing an opportunity to be at the cutting edge of telecommunications, thanks to our commitment to innovation, quality training, and investment in technology. Our culture is one of collaboration and growth, ensuring that every technician has the support they need to advance personally and professionally. Moreover, working with us means contributing to meaningful projects that enhance our communities, truly embodying our vision to lead the industry into the future.

Why a Job as an IT Technician in Oregon is a great idea.

Landing a job as an IT Tech in Oregon combines the thrill of innovation with the serenity of nature, offering a unique work-life balance that's hard to find elsewhere. Our state's commitment to diversity and technological advancement makes it an ideal setting for any IT Technician looking to grow both professionally and personally.

Why Work for IES communications in Oregon?

Working for IES Communications in Oregon offers IT Technicians a unique blend of opportunities that stem from our foundational commitment to innovation, quality, and community. By joining our team, you're stepping into a role where your development is prioritized through industry-leading training and cutting-edge technology investments, ensuring you stay at the forefront of the telecommunications field. Our culture fosters collaboration and learning, allowing you to grow both personally and professionally within a supportive environment. Moreover, as part of a company that values diversity and dedication, you'll contribute to projects that not only challenge you but also make a meaningful difference in the communities we serve, embodying our vision to lead the future of our industry.

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 IT Technician at one of IES Communications' Oregon Branches?

At IES Oregon, our IT Technicians are the backbone of our digital infrastructure. They're tasked with setting up and maintaining desktops, laptops, and tablets for all employees, ensuring everyone has the tools they need to succeed. From providing first-level telephone support to tackling hardware issues involving Dell and Cisco servers, Lenovo and Dell computers, HP printers, and more, their expertise keeps our operations running smoothly. They also play a crucial role in onboarding new team members, maintaining asset records, and offering remote IT support using advanced software. Our technicians are expected to continuously expand their knowledge, including obtaining A+ certification within six months if not already certified. Their ability to troubleshoot network problems and assist with server maintenance underscores their importance in keeping IES Oregon at the forefront of efficiency and productivity.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of an IT Technician in Oregon?

The average salary for an IT Technician in Oregon is approximately $51,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, education, and specific employer details.

How do I become an IT Tech in Oregon?

To become an IT tech in Oregon, start by gaining a solid foundation through relevant education, such as a degree or certifications in information technology or computer science. Next, build practical experience through internships, entry-level positions, or hands-on projects to enhance your skills and resume. Networking with professionals in the field can also open doors to opportunities and provide valuable insights into the industry. Finally, stay updated with the latest technologies and trends in IT to remain competitive in the job market.

How long does it take to become an IT Technician in OR?

Becoming an IT technician in Oregon typically requires about 1-2 years of education or training. This can involve completing a certificate program, associate degree, or gaining hands-on experience through internships and entry-level positions. The exact timeline can vary based on individual learning pace, chosen educational path, and opportunities for practical experience.

Is being an IT Tech in Oregon a good job?

Absolutely, being an IT Tech in Oregon is a great job. The state's thriving tech scene, especially in areas like Portland and the Silicon Forest, offers ample opportunities for growth, innovation, and competitive salaries. With a strong demand for IT professionals across various sectors, including healthcare, manufacturing, and software development, you'll find diverse roles to fit your skills and interests. Plus, Oregon's quality of life and emphasis on work-life balance make it an attractive place to build your career.

How much does an IT Tech in OR make?

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

Is there a demand for IT Technicians in Oregon?

Yes, there is a significant demand for IT technicians in Oregon. This trend mirrors the growing need for tech professionals across various industries as businesses increasingly rely on digital solutions and cybersecurity measures.

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