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Technician Jobs in Washington Dc

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L3Harris Technologies

Takoma Park, MD

Lube Technician - Retail Experience

Valvoline Instant Oil Change

Ashburn, VA

Electro-Mechanical Technician


Rockville, MD

GIS Developer

Randstad USA

Arlington, VA

Field Service Technician

Randstad USA

Arlington, VA

Maintenance Technicians (Multiple Openings), DC Area

Vesta Corporation

Washington, DC

Maintenance Technician

Highmark Residential

Washington, DC

Apartment Maintenance Technician – HVAC / Plumbing / Construction Experience

National Apartment Association

Washington, DC

Maintenance Assistant

ProMedica Senior Care

Alexandria, VA

Washington Technician Jobs Overview

Technicians work across many different fields to ensure that everything from the Internet to electricity is working as it should. You'll find technician jobs across several industries: In the maintenance field, for instance, technicians work with their hands and tools to make installations and repairs, troubleshoot technical problems, and remove and dispose of hazardous materials. Technicians can also offer technical support to clients.

The job outlook for many technician positions is positive, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). For example, hazmat technician positions are expected to increase by 8% over the next 10 years. Additionally, wind turbine technician positions are expected to increase by a whopping 61% over that same time period.

You can expand your search for maintenance jobs by checking out these similar positions:

About Working in Washington, D.C.

Looking for the cosmopolitan city life? Washington, D.C., has it all—combining history, politics, and culture to generate a distinctively energized metro atmosphere. And there's much more to the nation's capital than governmental concerns. Locals will tell you how well-developed the city is, with high-caliber museums (and architectural feats within and bordering the National Mall), loads of restaurants to satisfy any true foodie, convenient public transportation, and opportunities for green-space adventures in national and state parks right outside the urban core.

Washington, D.C., jobs are also expected to grow by 33.7% in the next 10 years (a faster rate than the U.S. average of 33.5%), so now's a great time to make a career move. Cost of living is higher than the national average, but that isn't unusual, given the nature of the location (and you're likely to find a higher-paying job here as well). Additionally, employment and housing possibilities are plentiful in the greater D.C. area, with headquarters for various businesses, corporate sprawls, and government contractors. So you may want to explore nearby Alexandria in Virginia and Bowie, Rockville, and Annapolis in Maryland for further job openings too.

Update Your Washington Technician Resume

No matter which field you work in, employers want to ensure they hire the best candidates to fill technician jobs. Your resume is one of the first things hiring managers see when you apply. Your skills and qualifications should be listed in an easy-to-read format at the top of your resume. To see what that looks like, check out our list of resume samples.

Cover letters aren't always required for technician positions, but they do help. At Monster, we encourage you to always include a cover letter with your resume. It's a great way to introduce yourself and show your passion for the job. If you're not sure where to start, simply follow the steps laid out in our writing tips and cover letter samples.

How Much Do Technician Jobs Pay in Washington, D.C.?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in technician jobs in Washington, D.C., as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median electronics technician pay in Washington is $57,872 per year, which is 27% higher than the national average.

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