A New World of Attracting Workers
Who would have ever thought we’d be hiring most of our teams from virtual video call platforms? It is now the new norm, and both hiring managers and job seekers are finding it convenient and
If you are looking for skilled workers and apprentices, become involved in these upcoming construction career fairs to help address the great need for skilled workers, as well as provide opportunities for aspiring electricians.
Member contractors are invited to join us with a free recruiting booth on Wednesday, April 14. Hosted by IECRM and Adams County Workforce Development.
Register for a free recruiting booth at the IECRM Career Fair (Must be a member of IECRM)
Wednesday, April 14th, 3:00 to 5:30 pm – VIRTUAL REGISTER NOW!
This is our first STATEWIDE career fair specifically tailored for the electrical industry. You’ll have the opportunity to harness the collective power of all three IEC chapters in the state of Colorado: IEC Western Colorado, IEC Southern Colorado and IEC Rocky Mountain. Together we will be able to reach the broadest audience of current (pun intended) and future electricians as possible!
Members of IECRM may also post your open positions on our online Job Board at iecrm.org/jobs.
Help us spread the word to prospective job seekers via social media!
Register for a booth at Construction Careers Now Career Fairs
- Thursday, April 15th, 3-6 pm – VIRTUAL REGISTER NOW!
- Thursday, May 20th, 3-6 pm – VIRTUAL REGISTER NOW!
Workforce Development is one of the most important economic issues facing Colorado and the nation. The critical labor shortage of skilled workers before COVID-19 – men, women, minorities, and military veterans – impacted the electrical contracting industry and its future growth. Now more than ever, maintaining and repairing critical electrical infrastructure for existing residential, commercial and industrial buildings, new construction in progress, the transportation system, and the overall electrical grid that powers our lives, is essential.