Reach new heights in your career with one of the fastest growing industries in the country. At VIKOR, you have the opportunity to challenge yourself and become part of a team that strives for unity and is dedicated to elevation.
Our entry level Tower Technicians earn an average of more than $70,000 in their first year with the ability to earn over $95,000 in their second year of employment as a crew chief!
VIKOR offers paid major national holidays plus six additional paid days off annually for field staff and, while you are on the road, VIKOR covers all your travel expenses including per diem and your own hotel room. VIKOR will also pay for you to receive your CDL license.
Tower Technicians are right in the action, responsible for the installation, maintenance and removal of tower and antenna systems. You get to travel across the region working on towers for all the major cellular carriers, utility and wind energy companies.
No tower experience? No problem!
We provide all the specialized training you’ll need and offer many advancement opportunities so you can grow into a career you love.
Responsible for Safety
Because of the nature of the work at VIKOR, we are dedicated to and obsessed with safety. That means all of our employees are, too. If you join the VIKOR team, you will be expected to follow all the safety and regulatory policies and procedures put in place by VIKOR and OSHA in order for all team members to feel confident and protected during the workday. This includes attending the daily safety meetings, maintaining a clean driving record and frequently inspecting trucks and equipment.
We are an employee-oriented company and try our best to take good care of our workers. They are our #1 asset!
VIKOR specializes in commercial tower construction, maintenance, and service work for the wireless, utility, and wind energy industries. With offices in Sioux Falls, SD; Rapid City, SD; Pleasant Grove, UT; Denver, CO; Bismarck, ND; Tulsa, OK: Phoenix, AZ; Albuquerque, NM; and Sebree, KY our geographic footprint spans from the Great Plains to the Mountain States.