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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Build Your Skilled Trades Career with Structured Cable Training Courses

In case you weren’t aware, there are a variety of ways to make it into the electrical trade. One of the approaches that we here at Outsource recommend is through our Field Employee Training Program.

In case you weren’t aware, there are a variety of ways to make it into the electrical trade. One of the approaches that we here at Outsource recommend is through our Field Employee Training Program. The program has provided quality entry-level, low-voltage installers to our clients around the country. The introduction of this vigorous and well-designed program is done onsite at Outsource. The best news: you can complete it in a week at no charge to you!

There are two days devoted to obtaining your OSHA 10 certification. You will also get the tools, safety equipment, and skills to go out and work with our clients immediately. In addition to the OSHA 10 certification and the tools and equipment, you will learn the following:

  • Data jack termination: trainees will have terminated well over 100 voice and data jacks
  • Professionalism
  • Jobsite etiquette

Outsource employs over 2,000 technicians each week on job sites across the United States. We work with every national system integrator and all the major electrical contractors. It’s no wonder that many of our technicians continue to permanent positions. Our structured cabling course is an excellent entry point into the construction industry, and it provides a selection of options for choosing a career path. Outsource specializes in training those who are looking to transition into a skilled trade, and we offer it at no cost.

Read what Chris Trevino, the Field Operations Manager for the company, has to say about structured cabling as a viable career option:

The construction industry is always in need of new talent, and this has never been truer than it is today. The Bureau of Labor Statistics recently announced that it expects to add nearly 10 million new jobs to the U.S. economy through the year 2024. Many of those jobs will go to skilled trade technicians in the construction industry, and structured cabling is a great skill to have. As you gain experience and knowledge, you will be given more responsibility on the job and have the opportunity to transition into other areas of structured cable, including A/V and security installation.

Below are the primary goals for our unique training program:

  • We want to provide our clients with entry-level talent that they can cultivate and develop following their culture so they can attain their desired labor mix.
  • We are looking to give back to the community by providing valuable and free-of-charge training courses to those looking to learn a trade and start a career.
  • We are hoping to create career opportunities for aspiring trade workers by delivering hands-on training by qualified trainers in a single week timeframe.

If you have any questions about our training capabilities, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Steve Ebenhack
310.953.3039
steve@outsource.net

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Where Can You Learn New Skills for Electrical Training?

There are several paths you can take toward becoming an electrician. Formal education programs can lead to an Electrician Certificate or an Associate Degree.

There are several paths you can take toward becoming an electrician. Formal education programs can lead to an Electrician Certificate or an Associate Degree. Both of these are precursors to an apprenticeship program, which will result in you being a licensed electrician.

There are also company training programs that can get you started in your new career. One such program at Outsource prepares trainees for a position in structured cabling in the construction industry. It’s a great way to transition into a skilled trade, and we provide the training at no charge to you. No previous experience is required.

Consider the following advantages of our program.

You Will Acquire Experience and Knowledge

Our Field Employee Training Program provides quality entry-level low-voltage installers to our many clients throughout the country. Every trainee will learn data jack termination and will have terminated over one hundred data and voice jacks before being sent into the field. Also, they will have been introduced to the job site etiquette and professionalism that will help them accumulate positive referrals as they move up in their chosen careers.

You Will Obtain OSHA Certification

The program also consists of two days of OSHA training, after which you will be OSHA 10 certified.  The course teaches recognition, avoidance, lessening, and prevention of safety and health hazards at the job site. The certification provides you with the tools, safety equipment, and skills to begin working with Outsource’s clients right away.

You Will Find Work

Outsource employs over 2,000 technicians weekly on job sites across the country, and that figure is likely to increase as more jobs are added to the economy in future years. Current and projected shortages in skilled labor—such as electricians—make the prospects for steady employment even brighter.

Chris Trevino, Field Operations Manager for Outsource, talks about the benefits of structured cabling as a career option:

“A lot of those (added) jobs will go to skilled trade technicians in the construction industry, and structured cabling is a great skill to know. As you gain experience and knowledge, you will be given more responsibility on the job and have the opportunity to transition into other areas of structured cable, including A/V and security installation.”

It’s a Fast Track to a Paycheck

All training is done onsite at Outsource and is completed within a week. The company offers a bonus program for its field technicians:  After 520 hours on the job, they will reward you with a $200 bonus and a 6-foot ladder. There are also bonus increases at 1,040 hours and 2,080 hours.

Let Outsource Help You Jumpstart Your Career!

If you are an aspiring trade worker, Outsource can create a career opportunity by providing hands-on training by qualified trainers in a single week. If this sounds interesting to you, contact us for more information. We are the largest staffing firm in the nation specializing in the placement of low voltage and electrical talent.

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Looking For A New Career? Let Outsource Train You!

Outsource employs over 300 technicians weekly on jobsites across the continental United States. We work with all the national system integrators and all the major electrical contractors and many of our technicians go on to permanent placement opportunities. Structured Cabling is an excellent entry point into the construction industry and it allows for a diverse […]

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Outsource employs over 300 technicians weekly on jobsites across the continental United States. We work with all the national system integrators and all the major electrical contractors and many of our technicians go on to permanent placement opportunities. Structured Cabling is an excellent entry point into the construction industry and it allows for a diverse amount of options when it comes to choosing a career path. Outsource specializes in training people looking to transition into a skilled trade and we do it at no charge.

Chris Trevino, an Operations Analyst for the company, explains why structured cabling is a viable career option. “The construction industry is always in the needs for new talent band this has never been more true than it is today. In fact, The Bureau of Labor Statistics announced in 2014 that it expects to add nearly 10 million new jobs to the U.S. economy trough 2024. A lot of those jobs will go to skilled trade technicians in the construction industry and structured cabling is a great skill to know. As you gain experience and knowledge, you will be given more responsibility on the job and have the opportunity to transition into other areas of structured cable, including A/V and security installation”

Outsource’s Field Employee Training Program provides quality entry-level low-voltage installers to our clients around the country. The introduction of a robust and well-designed program for entry-level training is done onsite at Outsource and is complete in only four (4) days.

The program, which consists of 2 in the classroom and 2 days obtaining your OSHA certification, gives you the tools, safety equipment, and skills to immediately go out and work with out clients. At Outsource, trainees will learn data jack termination (568A and 568B), professionalism, jobsite etiquette, and will be OSHA certified. All of our trainees will have terminated well over 100 voice and data jacks by the time they are released to the field.

Our training center and corporate headquarters is a 4,000 square foot drop ceiling facility which creates an ideal setting for pulling cable and each class involves many actual cable pulls. Each trainee that finishes the course is outfitted with a 110/66 punch tool, snips, hard hat, safety glasses, and blue t-shirts to wear on jobsites.

Furthermore, Outsource also offers a bonus program for its field technicians. After 520 hours working with Outsource, we will supply you with a $200 bonus and a 6-foot ladder. There are additional bonus increases at 1,040 hours and 2,080 hours.

Sam Jarvis, VP of Operations, says, “We look at our Field Employee Training Program as a philanthropic endeavor. We don’t charge anything for the training program and it’s a way to give back to the community by offering people a way into the industry. We want to take an active role in providing people with an opportunity to better themselves and build a lasting career.”

No previous experience is required to attend training sessions at Outsource. We’re looking for motivated individuals who want to learn a skilled trade that can help build a successful and fulfilling career. If you are looking for a new job opportunity with the possibility for growth, advancement, and fulfilling work at the end of the day, then our training class is for you.

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