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Real Career Paths
Whatever your background or skill set, you can have an amazing career in Communications Technology. See how the people profiled here have charted their professional paths – and imagine where your passions could take you.
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Mike BrandesQ-SYS Video Solutions – QSCSee Career Path
Mike BrandesQ-SYS Video Solutions – QSCIndustry Experience: 15 yearsA World of Possibilities"This industry has options for everyone. I work with people whose backgrounds range from electrical engineering to theater."
After studying audio production in college, Mike landed a job as Technical Director of World Help’s Children of the World Choir, managing technical and logistical aspects of a 250+ city tour with over 400 performances annually.
Next he became a Media Specialist for Palm Beach Atlantic University, designing and installing AV systems in over 100 rooms spread across three campuses. Reaching the point where he was ready for something new, Mike applied “on a whim” for a position with Vaddio, a Minneapolis-based manufacturer of pan-tilt-zoom cameras and peripherals. In his role as Field Applications Engineer, he helped build Vaddio’s sales engineering team. “I had no plans to leave, but then I was contacted by an audio company called QSC, which wanted to get into the video space, and I seized the opportunity to help build their business,” says Mike.
At QSC, Mike exercises both his technical skills and his business acumen, assessing potential markets and making the business case for developing products targeted to them. Nearly three years into his tenure there, he’s played an instrumental role in introducing a number of well-received products for this fast-growing industry player.
Mike Brandes’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles End-User Customer Technical Director End-User Customer Media Specialist Manufacturer Systems Application Engineer Manufacturer Product Manager, Q-SYS Video Solutions Industry Sector Job Titles End-User Customer Manufacturer Media Integrator Industry Association Technical Director Media Specialist Systems Application Engineer Product Manager, Q-SYS Video Solutions
Renee BensonNEC Display SolutionsSee Career Path
Renee BensonNEC Display SolutionsIndustry Experience: 10 yearsConnecting to Success"I love the camaraderie in our industry. You get a sense of friendship and family very quickly, and you receive support from all corners as you progress in your career."
After beginning her professional life in the IT world during the heady days of the dot.com boom, Renee entered the AV industry as an Account Manager at Troxell Communications, a supplier of audio/video products to business and education markets.
From there she moved to Central Marketing, Inc., a manufacturing representative firm for pro-AV presentation products, total room solutions and digital signage technologies, in the role of Territory Manager. Three years later, Renee came across an opportunity in distribution with Almo Professional A/V, where she rose to the position of Senior Account Manager serving pro A/V integrators, dealers and consultants.
As time passed, says Renee, “I found myself gravitating toward manufacturers, so I started looking for opportunities I really respected. Leveraging the professional relationships I’d cultivated, I found an ideal match at NEC Display Solutions, which I joined as an Account Manager serving the education market. This is a perfect build on the experience and connections I had amassed over the years, and I enjoy getting great products into the hands of a wide range of people.”
Renee Benson’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Account Executive Independent Rep Territory Manager Distributor Account Executive Distributor Senior Account Manager Manufacturer Account Manager, Vertical Sales – Education Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Independent Rep Distributor Manufacturer Media Account Executive Territory Manager Account Executive Senior Account Manager Account Manager, Vertical Sales – Education
Kyleen DonahueTierney Brothers, Inc.See Career Path
Kyleen DonahueTierney Brothers, Inc.Industry Experience: 18 yearsFrom Front Desk to Top Management"I love the challenge of working in an ever-changing industry. Every day is an opportunity to tackle something new."
Kyleen didn’t intend on a career in this industry – she majored in kinesiology and coaching. But an interest in technology prompted her to take a receptionist position at an AV integrator by the name of Tierney, and before she found herself working as a Systems Integration Coordinator, providing installation schedules to customers, coordinating jobs, and working with installers, subcontractors and project managers.
Hungry for more knowledge on the technology side, she joined the Technical Services Department as a Coordinator, working hands-on in equipment servicing and repair. From there, Kyleen was promoted to Technical Service Manager, in charge of a team of six.
Noticing a pattern to the kinds of service calls she was receiving, Kyleen identified an opportunity to help customers troubleshoot issues on their own. Conducting technical services training classes was so satisfying that she put together a business plan to create the position of Professional Development Consultant. The position grew to the point that Tierney began offering training not just to customers, but to competitors as a “white label” product.
As time progressed, digital signage technology came into its own, and Kyleen discovered that she had an affinity for it. Tierney offered her the flexibility to focus on that area, and she became Director of Digital Signage, creating an entirely new department within the company where she could use her skills and experience to build solutions for customers. Along the way, Kyleen earned her CTS (Certified Technology Specialist) certification.
She also volunteers with AVIXA Council, co-leads the Career Empowerment Alliance Group, and in 2018 was named by Commercial Integrator to its “40 Under 40” list of business leaders.
Kyleen Donahue’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Receptionist Integrator Systems Integration Coordinator Integrator Technical Services Coordinator Integrator Technical Services Manager Integrator Professional Development Consultant Integrator Director of Digital Signage Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Manufacturer Media Industry Association End-User Customer Receptionist Systems Integration Coordinator Technical Services Coordinator Technical Services Manager Professional Development Consultant Director of Digital Signage
Derek DerksLegrand AV BrandsSee Career Path
Derek DerksLegrand AV BrandsIndustry Experience: 17 yearsGrowing with the Industry"I’m the prototypical AV geek, and for me this industry aligns directly with things I have a great interest in. And especially with the smart phone revolution, the whole space is exploding. The technology we work with permeates people’s lives."
Derek entered the industry as a Design Engineer at Chief Manufacturing (later renamed Milestone AV Technologies, now a part of Legrand AV), where he co-developed a line of LCD monitor desk, wall and ceiling mounts for the workstation and AV contractor markets. From there, he was promoted to Product Manager, a position that was all about trying to identify trends, develop new products, manage product life cycles, craft marketing messaging, and manage product positioning within markets – “pretty much everything to do with shepherding and growing a product line within a given industry,” says Derek.
Next he moved into business development and focused on long-term planning, building out 3 and 5-year strategy roadmaps for how to grow as an organization. He also led a core team for the Daylight brand as a senior sales and engineering leader. In this capacity he developed and executed on a strategy for the simulation market (used in pilot training, oil and gas exploration and more), focusing on customer experience, digital experience, design thinking, and much more.
Then Derek took a role as Director of Customer Care for one of the company’s offices in Minnesota. Today, as VP of Customer Care, Derek works with three support offices in North America and the company’s European office to develop best practices in creating exceptional customer experiences.
Derek Derks’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Design Engineer Manufacturer Project Manager Manufacturer Business Development Manager Manufacturer Director of Customer Care Manufacturer Sr. Director of Customer Care Manufacturer VP – Customer Care Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Media Integrator Industry Association End-User Customer Design Engineer Project Manager Business Development Manager Director of Customer Care Sr. Director of Customer Care VP – Customer Care
Steve EmspakShen Milsom & Wilke, LLCSee Career Path
Steve EmspakShen Milsom & Wilke, LLCIndustry Experience: 46 yearsAn Industry Pioneer"There are no dull moments in this industry. Every day you have the opportunity to make life better for people by giving them collaborative tools to work better, faster and smarter."
We should all have as awesome a first job as Steve Emspak.
“After earning an Associate degree in electronics, I got hired by GLI, probably the first company dedicated to manufacturing disco equipment, first for clubs and later in roller rinks,” says Steve.
After ten years, he was lured away by a cutting-edge company called USATCO, a manufacturer of video projectors that pushed the boundaries of what was technologically possible at the time. Leveraging his experience in audio and video, Steve next moved to an audiovisual integrator by the name of Barsky & Associates as Vice President of Operations. “The projects we worked on were phenomenal,” he says. A standout among them: the AT&T network operations center, which in 1986 was the first installation of video projectors in a data application in a 24/7 environment.
One of his clients at Barsky was a consulting firm called Shen Milsom & Associates (later renamed Shen Milsom & Wilke), which in 1988 hired Steve as an Associate. He was the company’s ninth employee. Today, as Partner, he helps oversee a staff of 250 at a pioneering, global consulting firm whose expertise extends from acoustics, AV/multimedia and IT, to physical security and medical equipment planning. At SM&W, Steve focuses on the conceptualization and team management of complex projects including command and control, emergency operations, and network operations centers.
He’s also a member of the International Communications Industries Association (AVIXA) and NSCA, where he holds a position on the Education Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Steve Emspak’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Engineer Manufacturer Sales Manager Integrator VP, Operation Consultant Firm Associate Consultant Firm Partner Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Integrator Consultant Firm Media Industry Association Engineer Sales Manager VP, Operation Associate Partner
Brian Van Der HagenAVI Systems, Inc.See Career Path
Brian Van Der HagenAVI Systems, Inc.Industry Experience: 28 yearsA Path to Leadership"If you’re worried about doing the same thing every day, Communications Technology is for you because there’s always something new coming up. It never, ever gets boring."
Fresh out of college, Brian had no particular interest in the AV industry; he just needed a job. And he found one at a Minneapolis-based integrator called Blumberg Communications, first as an Inside Sales Specialist and subsequently in Outside Sales, selling audiovisual systems to clients in the downtown business district.
After two years, Brian moved into Systems Sales, selling integrated systems for conference, training and board rooms. It was at this point that Brian committed himself to the industry. “I decided I liked the tech, I liked the people, I liked solving problems,” he explains.
Around that time, Brian also decided that he needed to enhance his technical knowledge, so he took the position of Technical Services Manager at AVI Systems, managing engineers, programmers, installers and the service department.
“After getting a sense of how AVI worked, I wanted to see how other companies functioned, so I went to work for an independent rep company called Visitec as a Regional Sales Manager, covering multiple states and representing a range of projects.”
Coming out of Visitec, Brian moved to a manufacturer called AMX, where he immersed himself in direct sales and then worked in a more consultative capacity for large corporate enterprises. After a stint at RTI Corporation as General Manager of Commercial Sales, Brian returned to Visitec as Senior Manager of Collaboration Sales.
Three years later, he returned to AVI as its Learning and Development Manager, charged with retooling the company’s sales structure. Today, Brian is an Area Vice President for AVI. “I’d always wanted to run my own company or business,” he says, “and today I’m running an industry leader’s largest and most profitable division.”
Brian Van Der Hagen’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Inside Sales Specialist Integrator Outside Sales Specialist Integrator Systems Sales Integrator Technical Services Manager Independent Rep Regional Sales Manager Manufacturer Regional Sales Manager Manufacturer Director, Strategic Sales Manufacturer General Manager, Commercial Sales Independent Rep Senior Manager, Collaboration Sales Independent Rep Business Development Manager Manufacturer Manager of Training and Development Manufacturer Area Vice President Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Independent Rep Manufacturer Media Industry Association Inside Sales Specialist Outside Sales Specialist Systems Sales Technical Services Manager Regional Sales Manager Regional Sales Manager Director, Strategic Sales General Manager, Commercial Sales Senior Manager, Collaboration Sales Business Development Manager Manager of Training and Development Area Vice President
Joe PerezClearTech MediaSee Career Path
Joe PerezClearTech MediaIndustry Experience: 24 yearsFrom Apple to Outer Space"This isn’t just a growing industry, it’s one that offers hundreds of different opportunities – and not just in technology. I would encourage anyone to investigate it because you can choose practically any career path you like. And it’s always changing."
Getting hired as an Integration Technician by IWERKS ENTERTAINMENT (now called SimEx-Iwerks Entertainment) marked the beginning of a fascinating – and pioneering – career for Joe Perez.
“IWERKS was the company responsible for the ultimate 3D Simulation Ride Experience,” says Joe, “and it was there that I discovered my passion for technology – assembling, integrating, testing and calibrating a wide variety of cutting-edge systems.”
Next Joe moved to MCSi as an Installation and Project Manager, serving as many as 20 clients at a time. Perhaps the most noteworthy of them: Apple Computer, whose secret NEXXUS Project, housed in a hidden Silicon Valley warehouse, gave Joe the opportunity to help develop the company’s first retail store.
That project and several subsequent ones marked a “watershed” career change for him. “I have been so fortunate to have been able to work on very high-profile installations like the USAF’s Western Range Operations Control Center, where I co-designed and led the installation of a fully automated AV Control system used in the control center that launches space rockets.” While at Hoffman, Joe also oversaw design, installation and project management of several new venues within the sprawling hilltop Getty Villa Museum. Concurrent with that: the installation of AV technology at the 10,258-seat Galen Center sports arena at USC.
Eventually, Joe left Hoffman to start his own AV consulting business, AV Logic, but in the wake of the 2008 Great Recession, he put his own venture on hiatus and accepted the position of Director of Technical Services for Anderson Audiovisual, which had just acquired Hoffman.
One of his customers was ClearTech Media, which later offered Joe the position of Director of Technical Services. Today, as Partner and Chief Technology Officer at ClearTech, he collaborates with clients on an entirely new generation of groundbreaking technology projects – including the development of new conference room standards for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Joe Perez’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Installation Technician Integrator Installation Manager / Project Manager Integrator Project Manager / Director of Technical Services Consultant Firm Principal – AV Consultant / Designer Integrator Director of Technical Services Integrator Chief Technology Officer Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Consultant Firm Manufacturer Media Industry Association Installation Technician Installation Manager / Project Manager Project Manager / Director of Technical Services Principal – AV Consultant / Designer Director of Technical Services Chief Technology Officer
Dawn MeadeNorthrop GrummanSee Career Path
Dawn MeadeNorthrop GrummanIndustry Experience: 22 yearsPlaying with Big Kid Toys"I just adore this industry. It’s interesting, technologically challenging and at the center of communication – and you get paid to play with big-kid toys."
Think you need to be a computer science or engineering major to enter this industry? Dawn double majored in English and Dance.
After a short-term stint at an ad agency where she learned how to write HTML, Dawn did freelance web work at a firm called Advanced Video Systems. Wowed by the technology, she applied for an opening in sales, got the job, then steadily advanced to the point where she became Director of Marketing and a part owner – all in less than ten years. During this time, she also earned her MBA and a Master of Science degree in Technology Management, as well as her Certified Technology Specialist credential.
Next Dawn moved to another integrator called Net-AV, where she served as Director of Marketing, working closely with the chief of sales. After leaving Net-AV, she worked for a short time at a visual solutions/digital signage company called Gable, and subsequently joined Northrup Grumman, where as a Senior AV Architect and Project Manager for its Mission Systems sector, she designs and specs projects around the world.
Along the way, Dawn has maintained her own industry blog, AVDAWN.com. She also blogs and hosts a podcast for AVNation.tv, and writes for industry publications, including System Contractors News.
Dawn Meade’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator Freelance Web Designer Integrator Sales Representative Integrator Director of Marketing Integrator Director of Marketing Integrator Communications Manager End-User Customer Senior AV Architect / Project Manager – Mission Systems Industry Sector Job Titles Integrator End-User Customer Manufacturer Media Industry Association Freelance Web Designer Sales Representative Director of Marketing Director of Marketing Communications Manager Senior AV Architect / Project Manager – Mission Systems
Tim AlbrightAVNation Media, Inc.See Career Path
Tim AlbrightAVNation Media, Inc.Industry Experience: 13 yearsA Communications Technology Thought Leader"Our industry is at the intersection of art and science, creating some of the coolest experiences anywhere. Moreover, constant change makes it a truly exciting career choice."
After a career in broadcasting, Tim entered the Communications Technology industry as a TV Engineer at Lewis & Clark Community College. Before long, he became Manager of Media Electronics, responsible for AV at all the school’s campuses. “I was an AV designer, engineer, installer and control systems programmer,” says Tim.
Next he became a Control Programmer, Design/Engineer at Missouri-based Modern Communications, where he worked as the primary programmer for Crestron products, and was also a DSP programmer, design/engineer, and system commissioning expert. Leveraging that experience, he moved to an independent programming and design/consulting firm called Innovad, where he served as Director of Operations.
Parallel to this, Tim started AVNation TV, a volunteer effort that created high quality broadcasts for the Communications Technology industry. “AVNation began as a weekly news digest, but grew to a point where it needed all my attention, so I left Innovad and devoted myself full-time to the venture.”
Today AVNation, with Tim Albright at the helm as President, enables industry professionals to share firsthand knowledge with their colleagues and customers across North America and the world.
Tim Albright’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Media TV/Radio producer and on-air personality End-User Customer Manager, Media Electronics Integrator Control Programmer, Design/Engineer Consultant Firm Director of Operations Media President Industry Sector Job Titles Media End-User Customer Integrator Consultant Firm Manufacturer TV/Radio producer and on-air personality Manager, Media Electronics Control Programmer, Design/Engineer Director of Operations President
Leanne SutcliffeTierney Brothers, Inc.See Career Path
Leanne SutcliffeTierney Brothers, Inc.Industry Experience: 7 yearsMastering the Education Market"This industry has a great culture, with a work-hard-play-hard mentality that’s really rewarding. And because the technology is always evolving, this is a field where it’s never the same day over and over."
While still a college student, Leanne entered the Communications Technology industry as a marketing intern at Vaddio, a Minnesota-based manufacturer of PTZ cameras and peripherals.
When an Order Entry position opened up in Vaddio’s sales department, she seized the opportunity, which soon developed into an Inside Sales role involving order processing, providing quotes and pricing, and helping outside sales reps at industry trade shows among a host of other activities. While amassing experience, she also gained her CTS industry certification.
One of Vaddio’s customers was Tierney, a provider of interactive technology solutions clients used to address their business and educational issues. They offered her a position as a Purchasing Agent in Tierney’s educational equipment sector. After three years in that role, Leanne wanted to get back into sales; and by that point, she had an ideal background to become a K-12 Account Executive.
“It’s my dream job,” she says. “I love working with the end users. I know all the vendors. And I learn something new every day.” Better yet, Leanne is still at the dawn of her career in an industry that’s growing by the day.
Leanne Sutcliffe’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Marketing Intern Manufacturer Order Entry Integrator Inside Sales Integrator Purchasing Agent Integrator K-12 Account Executive Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Integrator Media Industry Association End-User Customer Marketing Intern Order Entry Inside Sales Purchasing Agent K-12 Account Executive
Tony CouzelisHarman ProfessionalSee Career Path
Tony CouzelisHarman ProfessionalIndustry Experience: 25 yearsTechnology, Expressed Creatively."I love this industry because it’s so relevant. Every day people see, touch, and feel the work we do. It’s not obscure; everyone can relate to it in one respect or another."
Entering the industry immediately after earning his BS in Electrical Engineering, Tony spent the first years of his career designing circuit boards at AMX Corporation, a manufacturer of high-end touchscreen controllers for a multitude of installations.
Immersing himself in various types of hardware design and picking up more specific skills – like radio frequency technology for wireless – along the way, he rose through the ranks and subsequently moved into a managerial role. Tony supervised three employees initially, then led larger teams when he started up AMX’s Sustaining Engineering Group – a division that focused on how to improve on existing products by enhancing their features and performance.
Next he moved to a general management engineering role, supervising not just electrical engineers, but mechanical and software engineers as well. Discovering that he enjoyed interacting with larger groups, Tony began spending more time in the field, providing technical help at trade shows and other events, and this work morphed into an opportunity within the marketing division, which needed a technically skilled person as a liaison to engineering.
Leveraging not just his technical and communication skills but also his creative side, Tony began to focus on the event side of the business – designing, installing and operating technology that showcased the company’s products to dramatic effect. Today, as Senior Manager of Events and Installations, Tony not only oversees trade shows, but designs showrooms, experience centers and other permanent installations around the world.
Tony Couzelis’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Electrical Engineer Manufacturer Electrical Engineering Manager Manufacturer Director, Product Engineering Manufacturer Director, Market Engineering Manufacturer Senior Manager, Events & Installations Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Media Integrator Industry Association End-User Customer Electrical Engineer Electrical Engineering Manager Director, Product Engineering Director, Market Engineering Senior Manager, Events & Installations
Stephanie JohnsonVaddioSee Career Path
Stephanie JohnsonVaddioIndustry Experience: 5 yearsSucceeding From Scratch"What I love about this field is how much you can do within it. It’s easy to gravitate toward an aspect of the field that excites you, and to explore new areas as trends and technologies develop."
After beginning her working life as a chef, Stephanie was ready for a new challenge, so she leveraged her people skills, love of technology and problem-solving acumen to become a Tech Support specialist at Vaddio, a Minnesota-based manufacturer of pan-tilt-zoom cameras and peripherals.
The experience and CTS industry certification she gained propelled her to a Level 2 Tech Support position. Tech workers with growth potential at Vaddio often find their next position in Applications Engineering, which offers an elevated level of support.
From there, Stephanie charted her own course. Identifying a need for a more systemized approach to training, she became Vaddio’s Applications Engineer-Training Coordinator, enhancing her employer’s ability to meet customer needs while helping coworkers advance in their careers.
Stephanie Johnson’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Tech Support Manufacturer Tech Support Level 2 Manufacturer Applications Engineer – Training Coordinator Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Media Integrator Industry Association End-User Customer Tech Support Tech Support Level 2 Applications Engineer – Training Coordinator
Kelly PerkinsNSCA Education FoundationSee Career Path
Kelly PerkinsNSCA Education FoundationIndustry Experience: 11 yearsAn Education Leader"Two things I love about this field: The technology is super cool, and the people are great. They really like what they do, and all that positive energy gives the industry a great vibe."
It was the height of the recession. Kelly needed a job. A Minnesota-based camera manufacturer by the name of Vaddio was hiring. And a match was made.
“Vaddio basically needed someone to help with trade shows,” says Kelly, “and it turned out that I came aboard at a great time because the company was on a growth streak.” As Vaddio grew, so did Kelly’s responsibilities. Rising from specialist to management, she oversaw global product and brand marketing/communications, trade shows and internal/external events, and media/public relations, as well as research/analysis, annual budgets and creative development for marketing. She also earned her Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) certification.
When Vaddio was sold, Kelly took a position with one of its customers, AVI Systems. Running its marketing department, she helped shepherd the company to become the nation’s fourth-largest AV integrator. Along the way, she participated in a number of industry initiatives, and subsequently decided to devote herself full-time to raising awareness about career opportunities in Communications Technology.
Today as NSCA Education Foundation Program Director, she’s responsible for the development, direction and implementation of strategic initiatives including a variety of scholarship, educational and research programs.
Kelly Perkins’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Marketing Communications Specialist Manufacturer Marketing Communications Manager Integrator Marketing & Communications Director Industry Association Program Director Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Integrator Industry Association Media End-User Customer Marketing Communications Specialist Marketing Communications Manager Marketing & Communications Director Program Director
Megan A. DuttaSystems Contractor NewsSee Career Path
Megan A. DuttaSystems Contractor NewsIndustry Experience: 13 yearsA Passion for the Audiovisual Industry"As you advance in your career, you’ll find that the people in this industry are tremendously supportive. They lift as they climb."
Megan had been working for a real estate association when she saw an ad for a position at Peerless-AV, a Chicago-area communications solutions provider. Ironically, one of the things that attracted her attention was the company’s proximity to where she lived – because soon they had her traveling across the globe, first as a Trade Show Coordinator, then as Tradeshow & Events Manager.
Along the way, Megan saw plenty of opportunities to expand her responsibilities. Twitter and Facebook were just beginning to become staples of marketing, so she tackled those platforms for Peerless-AV. She also handled PR and advertising, and initiated an innovative program to promote senior company officials as industry thought leaders. Eventually she came to run the marketing department.
After 11 years, however, Megan was ready for new challenges, so when she learned that the influential industry trade publication, Systems Contractor News, needed a new editor, she applied for the position. Today, as Content Director for SCN, Megan has become a respected industry thought leader in her own right.
Megan A. Dutta’s Career Path
Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Tradeshow Coordinator Manufacturer Tradeshow & Events Manager Manufacturer Marketing Communications Project Manager Manufacturer Marketing Communications Manager Media Editor Media Content Director Industry Sector Job Titles Manufacturer Media Integrator Industry Association End-User Customer Tradeshow Coordinator Tradeshow & Events Manager Marketing Communications Project Manager Marketing Communications Manager Editor Content Director
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Careers as Varied as Your Talents
Whatever combination of abilities and interests you bring to the Communications Technology industry, odds are you’ll find a position to match. You might be a technology whiz. Or maybe you have a talent for sales, management, marketing or administration.
Career opportunities can be found across the spectrum. And along with them are training and educational opportunities, including internships and even scholarships. Explore the possibilities.
Sparking Careers at Legrand
The Ignite team visited the Legrand AV intern crew in Minneapolis, MN. Listen to Reid Dahl and Page Stanberry talk about why they love working for a Communications Technology manufacturer.