FREE Virtual Electrical Career Fairs
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Let us help you find the light and put a spark in your career!
The electrical industry is hiring! On Wednesday, April 14, 2021, the Independent Electrical Contractors (IECRM) is hosting a Virtual Career Fair at 3pm. Don’t miss your chance for a great new job! Sign up today.
If you are in an industry that has been impacted by layoffs, are looking for a change, or if your college plans for the fall are uncertain or you are thinking about taking a gap year, consider a career in the electrical industry.
This is a Hot Industry and Cool Career! Electrical contractor companies are hiring. The electrical apprentices that we train are nearly 100 percent employed, go to school just one night a week, and have no student debt!
Our career fairs host great companies with excellent work opportunities in the electrical, energy, or construction industries. This is a fantastic career opportunity for men and women, ranging from entry-level to experienced and everything in-between.
Let us help you find the light! Sign up for our free virtual Career Fair today.
IECRM Virtual Career Fair Dates:
Wednesday, April 14th, 2021
3:00 pm – 5:30 pm
EMPLOYERS: Reserve a booth today and meet with great candidates. Booths are available to IECRM Contractor Members in good standing as a complimentary member benefit. CLICK HERE TO RESERVE A BOOTH!
Questions? Please contact Londell Jackson at email@example.com or (303) 848-2401.
Put a spark in your career!
With many in-demand positions available in the electrical and energy industries, we can help you put a spark back in your career!
Possible Positions Available:
Tips for Job Seekers:
- Dress appropriately – This will be a Zoom meeting, so dress professionally like you would when meeting with hiring managers, and keep your background noise and distractions to a minimum.
- Have your resume ready – Have a PDF copy of your resume on hand so that you can share it easily with companies.
- Have some questions ready to go – What kind of work are you looking for? What are you curious about? It’s best to come with a few questions to ask prospective employers so you can learn and decide if this the career for you.
- Are you a U.S. Veteran? Be sure to mention this to prospective employers. You can also apply your veteran’s benefit to the training program tuition.