A career in the electrical construction industry can be an exciting and lucrative career with great benefits. Here you can find direction to areas of the industry dependent upon your experience.
I am new to the industry and looking for training
The NECA-IBEW Joint Apprenticeship Training Center offers the best education in the electrical industry utilizing a combination of classroom lessons with paid on-the-job training. Learn more about requirements and how to apply by following the link to your local JATC below.
I am interested in entering the unionized electrical construction industry
The Construction Wireman/ Construction Electrician Program is a great opportunity for people to work for union contractors. The CW/CE program sorts potential employees by experience in the industry, ranging from brand new workers to veteran electricians. Check out the following ways to learn about the program below.
Contact Pat Solich at the NECA office at Solich@gccneca.org.
Contact your local JATC for more information on how to apply.
I am looking for a management position or employee in the electrical industry
Individuals interested in estimating or project management positions can send their resume to our NECA job bank, by addressing ATTN: Jeremy Ryan, at Ryan@GCCNECA.ORG
NECA contractors looking for positions in project management, estimating, purchasing and more will have an opportunity to see your resume and contact you with potential openings. Contractors can access resumes by following the private site to http://www.gccneca.org/protected-area
Are you currently or formerly a military serviceman eligible to do Helmets to Hardhats?
The U.S. Military offers programs for veterans upon re-entry into civilian life. See if you qualify for their program to introduce veterans into the construction industry.