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Field Engineer Jobs in Virginia

At IES Communications, Field Engineer Jobs in Virginia are not just positions but pathways to building rewarding careers within a dynamic and supportive environment. Opting for a role with us means you're stepping into a culture dedicated to nurturing growth, fostering innovation, and promoting personal and professional advancement, making every day an opportunity to excel and make a tangible impact in the tech-driven landscape of Virginia.

Why a Job as a Field Engineer in Virginia is a great idea.

Choosing a job as a Field Engineer in Virginia taps into the state's vibrant mix of opportunities and lifestyles, from engaging with tight-knit communities amidst historical landmarks to leveraging a robust job market enriched by technology, defense, and government sectors. It’s not just about building a career; it’s about weaving your personal growth into the diverse cultural and natural tapestry that Virginia uniquely offers, ensuring every day is as enriching personally as it is professionally.

Why Work for IES communications in Virginia?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in Virginia means being part of a team that values the growth and development of each member, ensuring you're not just starting a job but building a career. We recognize the importance of innovation and training, especially here in Virginia where technology is rapidly evolving. As a Field Engineer with us, you'll be at the forefront of delivering next-generation ITS solutions, benefiting from our commitment to invest in your skills through industry-leading training. Our culture fosters collaboration, promotes learning, and supports your journey towards personal and professional excellence. At IES Communications, we believe our success is driven by our dedication to our employees, customers, and the communities we serve, making it an ideal place to grow and make a significant impact.

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 Field Engineer at one of IES Communications' Virginia Branches?

In Virginia, our Field Engineers, Fiber Distribution Cabinet Field Engineers, and Special Systems Field Engineers play pivotal roles in ensuring the success of our projects. Our Field Engineers excel in troubleshooting, diagnosing equipment problems, and providing senior service support with minimal supervision, including creating shop drawings for new project kick-offs and taking ownership of project installations to support both field staff and project managers. The Fiber Distribution Cabinet Field Engineer focuses on effective communication and cooperation with Project Managers and team members, monitoring compliance with codes and practices, and supporting site QA/QC efforts, all while managing documentation and providing technical support. Meanwhile, our Special Systems Field Engineers coordinate installations, maintain daily logs, ensure the punctuality and quality of project timelines, and uphold a safe operating environment, demonstrating our commitment to excellence across various specialties within the Virginia branches.


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What is the average salary of a Field Engineer in Virginia?

The average salary for a Field Engineer in Virginia is approximately $68,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, specific industry, and level of education.

How do I become a Field Engineer in Virginia?

To become a Field Engineer in Virginia, start by earning a relevant degree in engineering or a related field, and then gain hands-on experience through internships or entry-level positions. Additionally, obtaining professional certification and licensure in Virginia will enhance your qualifications and opportunities in the field.

How long does it take to become a Field Engineer in VA?

Becoming a Field Engineer in Virginia typically requires earning a bachelor's degree in engineering, which takes about four years. After graduation, obtaining relevant certifications and gaining practical experience through internships or entry-level positions is essential. The total time can vary but generally spans around 6 to 8 years when including the time needed to gain sufficient professional experience for most field engineer roles.

Is being a Field Engineer in Virginia a good job?

Being a Field Engineer in Virginia is generally considered a good job. The state's diverse industries, including technology, defense, and construction, offer ample opportunities for field engineers to work on varied projects. Competitive salaries, the potential for career growth, and the chance to solve real-world problems are key benefits. Additionally, Virginia's strong economy and investment in infrastructure further enhance job prospects and stability for field engineers.

How much does a Field Engineer in VA make?

A Field Engineer in VA typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Field Engineers in Virginia?

Yes, there's a strong demand for Field Engineers in Virginia, driven by the state's growing tech industry, infrastructure projects, and defense contracts. This trend is expected to continue, making it a promising field for job seekers.

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