LU: 191   Jurisdiction: WA   Updated: 5/16/2016
Classification: Inside Journeyman Wireman   Referal Hrs: 8 A.M. until calls are filled
Scale: 41.15   Assessments: 3% organizing fund, 2% working dues
Pension I: 5.00   Pension II: 1.23   Annuity: 2.00
Vacation: 8% Deduct 10% Wenatchee area   Health & Welfare: 9.34
Book I Status: Promising   Book I Count: 146
Book II Status: Promising   Book II Count: 73
Details:  We've had some layoffs at Boeing. Calls are still trickling in and the work picture looks real good this year. We're expecting calls to clear the books in Zone 4 with multiple data center projects. We expect work on the west side to continue with work coming up at the refineries as well as all the other ongoing projects. We currently have opportunities for Low Voltage Techs w/O6 license and Residential Journeymen. All work in WA State requires a Journeyman's License. Out of state Brothers and Sisters can apply to take the WA State Electrical exam by visiting the Department of Labor & Industries website @ http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Electrical/LicenseExamEd/LicenseCert/Electrician/default.asp
Local Contact Info:
City/State: Everett, WA  Address: 2701 Hoyt Avenue
Phone: (425) 259-3195   Email: tim.silsbee@ibew191.com   Website: http://www.ibew191.com
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LU: 191   Jurisdiction: WA   Updated: 5/2/2016
Classification: Inside Journeyman Wireman   Referal Hrs: 8 A.M. until calls are filled
Scale: 41.15   Assessments: 3% organizing fund, 2% working dues
Pension I: 5.00   Pension II: 1.23   Annuity: 2.00
Vacation: 8% Deduct 10% Wenatchee area   Health & Welfare: 9.34
Book I Status: Promising   Book I Count: 141
Book II Status: Promising   Book II Count: 24
Details:  The work picture looks real good for this year. We're expecting calls to clear the books in Zone 4 with multiple data center projects. We expect work on the west side to continue with work coming up at the refineries as well as all the other ongoing projects. We currently have opportunities for Low Voltage Techs w/O6 license and Residential Journeymen. All work in WA State requires a Journeyman's License. Out of state Brothers and Sisters can apply to take the WA State Electrical exam by visiting the Department of Labor & Industries website @ http://www.lni.wa.gov/TradesLicensing/Electrical/LicenseExamEd/LicenseCert/Electrician/default.asp
Local Contact Info:
City/State: Everett, WA  Address: 2701 Hoyt Avenue
Phone: (425) 259-3195   Email: tim.silsbee@ibew191.com   Website: http://www.ibew191.com
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