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Program Manager Jobs in Virginia

At IES Communications in Virginia, Program Manager Jobs offer a dynamic and rewarding career path for those looking to lead in the telecommunications sector. Our Program Managers are crucial in steering projects from inception to completion, ensuring alignment with both IES standards and customer expectations, all while fostering team growth and managing resources efficiently. Embarking on this journey with us in Virginia not only promises professional development but also personal fulfillment against the backdrop of Virginia's diverse and culturally rich communities.

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

Embarking on a career as a Program Manager in Virginia offers an unparalleled opportunity to blend professional growth with personal fulfillment. The state's diverse landscape, from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay shores, provides a scenic backdrop for our thriving communities, rich in cultural heritage and outdoor activities. Moreover, Virginia's strong educational infrastructure supports continuous learning and development, making it an ideal setting for ambitious individuals aiming to make a significant impact in their careers.

Why Work for IES communications in Virginia?

Joining IES Communications in Virginia as a Program Manager offers the unique opportunity to be at the forefront of telecommunications, leveraging our rich history and national capabilities to deliver innovative solutions. Our commitment to employee growth, diversity, and leading the industry into the future ensures a fulfilling career path that values your development and impact on our community and customers.

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' Virginia Branches?

At IES in Virginia, our dedicated Program Managers play a pivotal role by leading low voltage projects from start to finish, collaborating on program strategy with senior management, guiding and empowering their teams for efficient execution, engaging closely with clients and pre-construction teams to meet IES standards and customer needs, managing project scopes and budgets diligently, coordinating with vendors for timely and cost-effective deliveries, ensuring compliance with industry regulations, proactively addressing risks, upholding the highest quality assurance practices, maintaining thorough documentation and reporting, driving continuous improvement efforts, facilitating effective stakeholder communication, and being accountable for achieving critical KPIs related to safety, quality, client satisfaction, financial performance, and program growth.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

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

The average salary for a Program Manager in Virginia is approximately $115,000 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 Virginia?

To become a Program Manager in Virginia, start by earning a bachelor's degree in business administration, project management, or a related field. Gain experience in project management roles to build your skills and understanding of the field. Consider obtaining certifications such as PMP (Project Management Professional) or PgMP (Program Management Professional) to enhance your qualifications. Finally, network with professionals in the industry and apply for program manager positions in Virginia, tailoring your resume to highlight relevant experience and skills.

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

Becoming a Program Manager in Virginia typically takes about 5-10 years of professional experience. This journey often starts with gaining relevant education, such as a bachelor's degree, followed by accumulating hands-on experience in project or program management roles. Progressing to a Program Manager position also usually involves developing key skills and possibly obtaining certifications like PMP (Project Management Professional). The exact timeline can vary based on individual career paths, industry specifics, and personal growth opportunities.

Is being a Program Manager in Virginia a good job?

Absolutely, being a Program Manager in Virginia is considered a good job. The state offers competitive salaries, a strong job market, and a diverse range of industries. This role not only provides the opportunity to work on impactful projects but also allows for career growth and development. Plus, Virginia's quality of life and its position near key federal agencies add to its appeal for professionals in program management.

How much does a Program Manager in VA make?

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

Is there a demand for Program Managers in Virginia?

Yes, there's a significant demand for Program Managers in Virginia, especially in sectors like technology, defense, and government services. This trend is driven by the state's robust economy and its status as a hub for these industries.

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