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Program Manager Jobs in Oregon

Embarking on Program Manager Jobs in Oregon with IES Communications means stepping into a role that's at the heart of innovation and leadership within the telecommunications sector. Our program managers play a crucial role, guiding their teams through intricate projects from start to finish, ensuring every aspect meets our high standards for quality, budget adherence, and timely delivery. At IES, we're committed to fostering an environment where diversity, learning, and collaboration are valued, offering our program managers not just a job but a pathway to significant personal and professional growth. By joining us in Oregon, you'll be part of a visionary team dedicated to making impactful contributions to our customers, communities, and the global ecosystem, all while enjoying a fulfilling lifestyle marked by a healthy work-life balance.

Why a Job as a Program Manager in Oregon is a great idea.

Embarking on a journey as a Program Manager in Oregon opens doors to unparalleled opportunities and experiences. With its vibrant culture of innovation, Oregon is a nurturing ground for leaders eager to drive impactful projects amidst its lush landscapes and forward-thinking communities. The state's commitment to sustainability and diversity translates into programs that are not only fulfilling but also contribute positively to both local and global ecosystems. This role promises not just professional growth but an enriching lifestyle where work-life balance isn't just an ideal, it's the norm.

Why Work for IES communications in Oregon?

At IES Communications in Oregon, you'll join a visionary team dedicated to leading the telecommunications industry through innovation and comprehensive services, ensuring personal and professional growth within a culture that values diversity, learning, and collaboration. We provide our Program Managers with unparalleled opportunities for development and challenge, empowering them to make impactful contributions to our customers and communities while fostering a supportive environment geared towards building successful careers.

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 Program Manager at one of IES Communications' Oregon Branches?

At IES in Oregon, our Program Managers are the linchpins of our low voltage project operations, seamlessly integrating project management with strategic program oversight. These dedicated professionals lead by example, guiding their teams through complex projects from inception to completion while ensuring adherence to timelines, budgets, and quality standards. They foster a culture of innovation and continuous improvement, working closely with Branch and Division Managers to shape the future of our programs. By championing client engagement, risk mitigation, and compliance, they not only uphold but exceed IES standards, securing our place as leaders in the industry and trusted partners to our clients.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Program Manager in Oregon?

The average salary for a Program Manager in Oregon is approximately $85,000 per year. This figure can vary based on factors such as experience, industry, and specific employer details.

How do I become a Program Manager in Oregon?

To become a Program Manager in Oregon, start by gaining a strong foundation through relevant education, such as a bachelor's degree in business management or a related field. Enhance your qualifications with practical experience in project management roles and consider obtaining certification like PMP to stand out to employers. Networking within professional communities and staying informed on industry trends are also key steps to launching a successful career as a Program Manager in Oregon.

How long does it take to become a Program Manager in OR?

Becoming a Program Manager in Oregon typically requires 4 to 6 years of experience. This includes obtaining a relevant bachelor's degree and accumulating professional experience, often starting in entry-level roles before advancing. Additional certifications or a master's degree can expedite this process.

Is being a Program Manager in Oregon a good job?

Yes, being a Program Manager in Oregon can be considered a good job. The state offers competitive salaries, a strong focus on work-life balance, and a vibrant tech and sustainability sector that values innovative program management skills. With its diverse industries ranging from technology to outdoor apparel, there's ample opportunity for growth and impact. Additionally, Oregon's quality of life, including its natural beauty and commitment to environmental conservation, makes it an attractive place for professionals seeking a fulfilling career and lifestyle.

How much does a Program Manager in OR make?

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

Is there a demand for Program Managers in Oregon?

Yes, there is a demand for Program Managers in Oregon. This trend reflects the growing tech industry and diverse businesses seeking skilled professionals to lead complex projects.

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