Outsource Expands To Austin

 

Outsource is pleased to announce the opening of our Austin office, the company’s 17th location nationwide and our 4th in Texas.

The office is led by native Texan and Regional Leader Blaine Monteau, who has been with Outsource for nearly 10 years and currently manages P&L for the Houston and San Antonio locations. The new location will be approximately 1000 sq. feet, with half of the space dedicated to training new technicians. We are currently looking to hire a Recruiter to focus exclusively on the Austin market.

Growth Opportunity in Austin

Outsource moved into Austin to take advantage of the city’s booming economy, rapid expansion, and the opportunity that the skilled labor gap provides. The city is home to some of the world’s biggest tech companies, including Tesla, Facebook, Samsung, Oracle, and Dell.

Skilled Cabling and Electrical Technicians

The new Austin location has the ability to recruit and train low voltage cabling and electrical technicians in order to create a viable talent pool of skilled talent to meet the high demands of a rapidly growing Austin market. Outsource specializes in training people looking to transition into a skilled trade and we offer the OSHA 10 course that covers job safety, health, as well as job site etiquette. Training is not only free, but we actually pay you for the time upon successful completion of the course. Trainees will also leave with a complete set of tools, including a tool pouch, a punch down tool, a multibit screwdriver, snips, sharpie, electrical tape, and PPE (hard hat, safety gloves, safety glasses, and safety vest).

Ready To Deliver Talent

Austin will provide the same level of service and talent that our clients have come to expect from Outsource. We offer same day account set up, our work is guaranteed on every placement, and we deliver on demand as early as the next day.

Contact Outsource in Austin

For more information about the Austin location visit Outsource.net or contact Blaine Monteau at 832-548-5895.

Outsource is a temporary staffing company specializing in the placement of Low Voltage & Electrical talent. The company employs over 2000 technicians weekly on jobsites across the continental U.S. Outsource works with the leading national system integrators and major electrical contractors in the United States and many of our technicians go on to permanent placement opportunities.

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Los Angeles showing much potential for Electricians and Low Voltage technicians to find work in 2022

 

Starting in Los Angeles in 1998, Outsource has worked to build strong relationships with all types of Electrical, Structured Cabling, Audio Visual, Security, and Fire Alarm Contractors throughout Southern California. We’re busier than ever in 2022 showing much potential for Electricians and Low Voltage technicians to find work and stay busy in Southern California.

Sustained Growth with New Projects

Large projects are a key component to the market’s growth with some already under construction and or ready to break ground in 2022. Los Angeles is especially seeing sustained growth with new construction in the Entertainment, Technology, Infrastructure, and Distribution industry sectors. Another large component of recent and future growth in Los Angeles being Tenant Improvement and Remodeling projects.

Entertainment Continues to Grow

The Entertainment industry in the City of Angels has been the backbone of the economy for decades and continues to grow with projects at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Top Golf in El Segundo, as well as Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Spotify offices in Hollywood and Culver City.

Infrastructure and E-Commerce Generating Jobs

Infrastructure projects at LAX terminals and parking lots, Port of Long Beach, as well as a few Metro LA projects are creating jobs in many industries, mainly construction and skilled trades, like Electricians and Low-Voltage installers. Distribution and E-Commerce fulfillment centers are also booming eastward in San Bernardino and Riverside counties with the help of companies like Amazon, Walmart and Target all expanding their distribution channels with new warehouses and facilities.

Jobs for Electricians and Low Voltage Trades

All this activity is presenting a wide variety of job opportunities in construction, namely jobs for Apprentice Electricians and Journeyman Electricians as well as Low Voltage trades, like Structured Cable Technicians, Audio Visual Technicians, RF and DAS Technicians, Security and Fire Alarm Technicians, and Low Voltage Installers. Outsource will give you the opportunity to work with local electrical, cabling, and system integrators throughout Southern California.

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Industrial and Commercial projects in Houston Creating Uptick in Jobs

 

The Houston market continues to diversify its economic portfolio with expected growth in the industrial sector as the city continues to expand into 2022. Land is the driver for large industrial companies seeking space as well as residential and multi-family developers.

Rise of E-commerce

The distribution industry is seeing a large uptick with companies like Amazon buying up large sq. footage distribution space. The city should continue to become a national distribution center due to the recent rise of e-commerce.

Expanding Construction

The inner city of Houston is the host of many mixed-use commercial projects as well as hotels, and large office tower buildings. Hewlett Packard also continues expansion of its large global HQ campus in Spring, TX. Healthcare is also a major driver of construction work, always looking to beef up its medical infrastructure all over the city.

Jobs for Electricians and Low Voltage Trades

All of these factors contribute to thousands of job opportunities for construction workers, specifically for electrical and low voltage contractors. Skilled trades continue to be in high demand and comparatively to other major cities nationwide, Houston’s cost of living is still beneath the nationwide average.

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Commercial Expansion is Creating Jobs in Seattle

 

Operating in Seattle for the last 10 years, Outsource has seen growth in the Electrical and Low Voltage job markets. Especially with Low Voltage trades like Structured Cabling, Security and Fire Alarm, Access Control, and HVAC Controls. Job seekers in the Electrical and Low Voltage skilled trades must have the appropriate licensing (for example EL01 and EL06 licenses) to work throughout Washington state.

Ripe for Growth

Going into 2022, Seattle is ripe for growth in job opportunities with the help of investments in new construction and tenant improvement work. These opportunities are driven by projects on healthcare facilities, strip-mall store fronts, public storage facilities, and casinos. A large concentration of jobs will be in the Seattle metro area, followed by Tacoma as well as surrounding suburb cities including Boise, ID and Spokane, WA.

Wide Variety of Jobs for Electrical and Low Voltage trades

With commercial expansion driving the economy, growth is the continued theme for the Seattle market for years to come. This growth is presenting a wide variety of job opportunities in construction, namely jobs for Apprentice Electricians and Journeyman Electricians as well as the Low Voltage trades like Structured Cable Technicians, Data Center Technicians, Security and Fire Alarm Technicians, and Low Voltage Installers.

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Nashville’s Rising Demand is Creating Jobs for Electricians and Low Voltage trades

 

Nashville has seen tremendous growth over last five years with no end in sight. The growing demand in the Music City is creating job opportunities for the Electrical and Low Voltage trades throughout Tennessee. The career opportunities here are well in all our core competencies of structured cabling, integration, and electrical jobs.

Growing at Record Pace

As Nashville expands northward, spanning middle Tennessee and up to Bowling Green KY, the demand for construction is growing at record pace with many different types of projects. We’ve seen an uptick in projects in Commercial office spaces, Data Centers, High rise buildings, hospitals, local schools and universities.

Variety of Opportunities

All of this development is presenting a wide variety of career opportunities in construction, namely jobs for Electricians and Low Voltage trades, like Structured Cable Technicians, Data Center Technicians, Fire Alarm Technicians, and Low Voltage Installers.

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What to Expect with a Cable Technician Position

Cable technicians are responsible for installing, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing a variety of residential and commercial voice and data cables. They could be servicing feeder lines that deliver cable access to several homes or working with drop lines that allow access for only one home.

You’re thinking about a career as a cable technician, but you would like to know more about what the job entails. Well, if you’re already leaning in that direction, here are a few essential facts that should help to confirm your decision:

  • Even though cable television and internet equipment have already been installed in most major residential areas, job growth for line installers and repairers, which includes cable technicians, is expected to be at 8% from 2016-2026, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • The median annual wage for cable installers was $38,780 as of March 2019.
  • Some of the skills needed to become a cable technician will help to prepare you for jobs in other areas.

Now that you know some of the advantages of the career, this should lead to your next question:

What do cable technicians do?

Cable technicians are responsible for installing, maintaining, troubleshooting, and repairing a variety of residential and commercial voice and data cables. They could be servicing feeder lines that deliver cable access to several homes or working with drop lines that allow access for only one home.

Cable technicians in the advanced stages of their career often work on trunk lines, which are the main lines for an entire service area. Other duties for cable technicians might include laying ground cable, inspecting cable lines, repairing poles and towers, and driving work vehicles to the various job sites.

What are the typical requirements and qualifications for the position?

Cable technicians should have a high level of manual dexterity. A strong background in math and science is recommended. They need to be excellent communicators and should be able to solve most problems without supervision.

Here is a list of requirements from a recent job posting:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Valid driver’s license with a clean driving history
  • Communication skills that allow for successful collaboration with other members of the team
  • Solid problem-solving capabilities
  • Commitment to abide by OSHA and all other safety standards and procedures
  • Ability to identify different colors and learn color codes
  • Ability to work at heights and lift 50+ pounds
  • Knowledge of industry-standard cable specifications
  • Organized, reliable, and driven

Please note: The ideal candidate will be passionate about providing high-quality service and excited by complex problems and challenges.

Does this look like your kind of job?

We would be happy to help you get started. Contact the experts at Outsource. We are the largest staffing firm in the nation specializing in the placement of low voltage and electrical talent.

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