When people ask me what it’s like to work for IVCi, two things come to mind: opportunities and company culture.
When I first started at IVCi I joined the drafting team with a strong residential AV background and no real commercial AV experience. I was offered the training and guidance I needed to transition and quickly learned not only how commercial AV worked, but the nearly endless use cases for it. Every day was a new, interesting project. One of my favorite experiences with the drafting team was my opportunity to impact the final drawing set appearance, something I had always wanted to be a part of, but was never given the chance. I was able to help put into place many standards IVCi still uses today, including our unique cable numbering logic. Within two short years, I had attended my first InfoComm, earned my CTS, and learned so much that I was quickly promoted to the System Engineering team! With amazing management and even better mentors, I have found my true calling with this team and have stayed with them ever since. My career with engineering has afforded me even more growth and learning opportunities as I support new and different projects every day. I get to work on everything from camera switching to impressive video walls to multi-tiered auditoriums for higher education facilities.
At IVCi, it doesn’t matter if you report to headquarters or if you live on the opposite coast; everyone is working together towards a collective common goal. Teamwork is my favorite thing about both this company and my team. In System Engineering, none of us even live in the same state! You’d never know it with how seamlessly we work together. Our regular team chats and weekly video calls allow us to stay close and consistent both professionally and personally. As a System Engineer, I am faced with new challenges daily, but at IVCi each challenge is an opportunity to help a coworker, delight a customer, or learn something new! That is my IVCi story.