Olathe, KS (Kansas City Metro)
Starting an electrical apprenticeship program is a great first step to give your career meaningful direction. This is an entry level position (no experience is required) with a leading national electrical contractor. It's a fully sponsored apprenticeship program meaning you will get paid to learn the trade, have your education paid for, and essentially have a sponsor until you obtain your journeyman's license. Apprenticeship programs typically last 4 years. This is one of the most well rounded and high quality electrical apprenticeship programs in the country.
You will spend the first three weeks training in a state-of-the-art facility where you will experience a combination of hands on learning in a lab and classroom instruction. Learn about topics such as construction safety, wiring basics, reading blue-prints, and more.
You'll have opportunities to travel to worksites across the country (if you'd like) during your apprenticeship. Apprentice's willing to travel typically have more opportunities for additional pay.
The apprenticeship role has a wide variety of job duties such as: a) installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting electrical systems; b) installing and bending conduit; c) performing wire and cable pulls; d) carry materials; e) prepare and clean work areas, and much more.
Total compensation of $18-$25/hr. In addition to a strong hourly wage, you will receive benefits such as 401k match, full medical/ dental/vision, paid holidays, bonuses, paid time off, and more.
Whether it's utilizing the latest technologies like drones, 3D printing, or robotics in your day-to-day or a focus on attaining attaining relevant skills, this program is on the leading edge of innovation in construction.
This program sets you on a clear path to obtain your journeyman's license with the required classroom instruction and job training.
Diploma or GED
Valid Drivers License
Ability to lift 50 Lbs
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