Michael L. Nealy, Business Manager
NOTICE OF ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITY
This is our notice of the opening of our application period with Title 29 C.F.R. 30.3 and Connecticut State Plan by the Hartford Electricians Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee.
The Hartford Electricians JATC will not discriminate against apprenticeship applicants or apprentices based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, genetic information, or because they are an individual with a disability or a person 40 years old or older. The Hartford Electricians JATC will take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship and will operate the apprenticeship program as required under Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations, part 30.
All applicants must fully meet the following minimum qualifications to qualify for an interview:
** EDUCATION: High School Graduate, graduating in June- or GED
Successful completion of not less than one year of algebra
Official transcript required (high school or other).
** APTITUDE: A qualifying score is necessary on the NJATC Aptitude test to be considered for an interview.
To be administered at a time to be determined to those who meet the educational qualifications.
** AGE: Requirement at least 17 years to apply.
** DRUG FREE: Must pass a drug screen test in order to complete selection process.
Applications for apprenticeship will be available @ the Hartford Electricians JATC Office @ 208 Murphy Rd: Hartford, CT between the hours of 8:00am and noon, Monday thru Friday, or by appointment.
All qualified applicants shall be selected in descending order, of their ranking, resulting from rating each qualified applicant.
IBEW LOCAL 35 JURISDICTIONS CONSISTS OF THE FOLLOWING CT TOWNS:
** YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR REQUESTING YOUR TRANSCRIPTS FROM YOUR HIGH SCHOOL OR FROM THE STATE IN THE CASE OF A GED. WE MUST RECEIVE THEM PRIOR TO THE NJATC APTITUDE TEST.
** YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED AS TO THE DATE, TIME, AND PLACE OF THE APTITUDE TEST.
THE HARTFORD ELECTRICIANS JOINT APPRENTICESHIP
208 MURPHY RD
HARTFORD, CT 06114-2107
Hartford Electricians Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee
Christopher Brown, Training Director
208 Murphy Road
Hartford, CT 06114
The NECA & Local 35 Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (JATC) is a partnership between the Connecticut Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 35 of Hartford, Connecticut. We provide the highest quality trained instructors who teach our students and produce the most qualified electricians in the state of Connecticut.
We offer a career in the electrical industry, not just a job.
The apprentice program is a five-year program that consists of 8,000 hours of on-the-job training along with five years of related theory. Up to sixty (60) JATC training credits can be applied toward a two or four year college degree, thereby saving you both time and expense.
While working on the job, you will be learning the skills and knowledge that are required to perform the task of a state licensed and qualified electrical worker. In the evening while attending classes, you will reinforce the skills you are learning on the job through related theory classes.
If you are willing to make the commitment to the Program there is NO COST for the training. Students only have to purchase their textbooks each year. Apprentices employed by a contractor will not only receive a decent wage, but will also be entitled to a great benefit package including Health & Welfare, Pension, and Annuity. First year apprentices receive Health & Welfare only. Apprentices begin receiving Pension and Annuity benefits in their second year.
Qualifications for Apprenticeship
Be a minimum of 17 years of age to apply, 18 years of age at time of indenture into the program
Be a high school graduate or have a GED
Have proof of a minimum of one full year of algebra with a passing grade
Provide an official transcript
Complete an application
Take the National Joint Apprentice Training Committee Aptitude Test
Appear before the JATC Committee for an oral interview
Have good ethics
Be drug free (a negative reading on a drug screen)
Possess a willingness to learn and succeed
Apprenticeship Pay Rates
1st Period - 40% of JW rate plus Health Insurance and NEBF
2nd Period - 40% of JW rate plus Health Insurance and NEBF
3rd Period - 50% of JW rate plus all Benefits
4th Period - 60% of JW rate plus all Benefits
5th Period - 70% of JW rate plus all Benefits
6th Period - 80% of JW rate plus all Benefits
We Are Selective
We are seeking men and women who demonstrate the best CHARACTERISTICS, APTITUDE, MOTIVATION and PERSONALITY traits conducive to our trade. The recruitment, selection, employment and training of apprentices during their apprenticeship shall be without discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex or age.
A good candidate is one with a record of having done well in school, especially in math and science, one who has demonstrated reliability and a sincere desire to succeed, and one who has a positive attitude and desire to work hard.
All applicants are required to obtain a copy of their high school transcript. Please contact your school and have them provide you with in a transcript in a sealed envelope and with an original stamp.
After the application period has closed, the JATC will notify qualified candidates as to the date, time, and place where they will be given the NJATC Aptitude Test administered by the JATC. Based upon the results of the aptitude test, applicants will be notified if they qualify for an interview by the JATC Committee.
After applicants have been interviewed, the class will be selected. All applicants accepted into the Program are required to pass a drug test.
The school year begins in September of each year and classes continue into June. On-the-job training is performed throughout the year and is not limited to the school year.
For more information on these exciting career opportunities, visit with your guidance counselor.
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