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Director of Construction Jobs in Texas

At IES, we understand that Director of Construction Jobs in Texas offer more than just a role; they present an opportunity to join a leading team dedicated to shaping the future of telecommunications through innovation and community engagement. Embarking on this journey with us means stepping into a world where your growth is our priority, and your work directly contributes to building vibrant communities and dynamic industries across Texas.

Why a Job as a Director of Construction in Texas is a great idea.

Taking on a role as a Director of Construction in Texas is not just a career move; it's stepping into a landscape brimming with opportunity. The Lone Star State, known for its relatively affordable cost of living and diverse demographic backdrop, offers more than just financial advantages—it presents a rich cultural tapestry that enriches both personal and professional life. With industries such as technology, energy, and healthcare thriving here, the demand for skilled construction leadership is high. This isn't merely about directing projects; it's about shaping skylines in one of America's most dynamic economic environments.

Why Work for IES communications in Texas?

Choosing to join IES Communications in Texas means embarking on a career filled with opportunities for growth and the chance to make a real difference in our communities and for our customers. Our culture of valuing diversity, fostering collaboration, and encouraging continuous learning ensures that every member of our team is not just an employee but an integral part of driving us toward our vision of leading the telecommunications industry into the future. With our commitment to investing in our people through cutting-edge technology and industry-leading training, we empower you, as a Director of Construction, to build both your future and the infrastructure that powers our world.

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 Director of Construction at one of IES Communications' Texas Branches?

In Texas, our Director of Project Management Operations plays a crucial role in overseeing and enhancing the efficiency of construction projects. By attending monthly Holland meetings to meticulously review project schedules and financials, auditing construction sites for work progress against cost projections, and offering strategic advice on contract management and operational adjustments, they ensure our projects stay on track and maintain high standards of quality and profitability. This leadership position not only acts as an internal mentor but also serves as a senior liaison with clients, reinforcing our commitment to excellence and effective communication across all stages of project development.


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What is the average salary of a Director of Construction in Texas?

The average salary for a Director of Construction in Texas is approximately $135,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, location, and the specific sector within the construction industry.

How do I become a Director of Construction in Texas?

To become a Director of Construction in Texas, start by gaining extensive experience in construction management, including overseeing projects and understanding Texas building codes and regulations. Furthering your education with a degree in construction management or civil engineering, coupled with leadership skills and certifications, can significantly enhance your qualifications for this role.

How long does it take to become a Director of Construction in TX?

Becoming a Director of Construction in Texas typically requires around 10 to 15 years of progressive experience in the construction industry. This includes gaining hands-on experience, advancing through roles such as project manager or senior project manager, and often obtaining relevant education like a bachelor’s degree in construction management or civil engineering. Additionally, leadership skills and a strong understanding of construction laws and regulations in Texas are crucial.

Is being a Director of Construction in Texas a good job?

Absolutely, being a Director of Construction in Texas is considered a good job. The position offers competitive salaries, significant responsibility, and the opportunity to lead large-scale projects across diverse and growing construction markets. With Texas's booming economy and continuous development in cities like Houston, Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio, there are plenty of opportunities for professional growth and advancement. Additionally, this role allows for creative problem-solving, strategic planning, and impactful leadership within the construction industry, making it both challenging and rewarding.

How much does a Director of Construction in TX make?

A Director of Construction in TX typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Director of Constructions in Texas?

Yes, there's a significant demand for Directors of Construction in Texas, driven by the state's robust construction industry and ongoing development projects across multiple sectors.

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