Out-of-State Electrician Job Opportunities!
Oregon has lots of work and not enough journeymen! The state has recently adopted a “provisional General Journeyman Electrician License” rule, in which a journeyman electrician, who has completed a substantially similar apprenticeship program that is required in Oregon, can receive a provisional license to work in the state.
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NECA/IBEW 48 – Energy Efficiency
“At Montgomery Park they were looking for ways to reduce their overall energy consumption. They’d looked at different ways they could save energy, and they dialed in on mechanical systems…”
Rosendin Electric Partners with School to Career Program, teaches Students about Electrical Industry
This past week, Rosendin Electric partnered with the Hillsboro Chamber’s School to Career program to teach high school seniors from the Hillsboro and Beaverton school districts about the electrical industry. On January 8th and 9th, the 18 students who attended the Early Learning Opportunity (ELO) were able to explore each department within Rosendin Electric at…
Christenson Electric, Community Members Support Local Elementary School
When Christenson Electric moved to their new headquarters in October 2015, they were asked if they wanted to carry on the tradition of providing meals to Wilkes Elementary families in need, a program that had been started by the former owners of their Gresham headquarters. For those at Christenson Electric, the decision to carry on…
How Portland is meeting the challenge of fewer electricians
While the electrical industry throughout the U.S. is brimming with opportunity, the field is facing a problem. In a study by the Conference Board, the electrical industry is struggling to fill its rosters. Skilled electrical workers are in high demand, but few people are answering the call, and the shortage is only expected to get…