LU: 191   Jurisdiction: WA   Updated: 2/1/2016
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: 135
Book II Status: Promising   Book II Count: 54
Details:  Work on both sides of the mountains is starting to pick up. 2/1/2016 we had 27 calls that went unfilled for Boeing. Data center work on the eastside should be starting to man up soon. Non Boeing work should also pick up with jobs at schools, Skagit Valley Jail and Whidbey Island. 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: 1/19/2016
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: 153
Book II Status: Slow   Book II Count: 119
Details:  Work on both sides of the mountains is spotty. Some new projects starting up, while others continue. Although calls have slowed, we are occasionally still dispatching from Book 2. With the work at Boeing which should pick up soon, some calls may get into Book 2. Non Boeing work should also pick up with jobs at schools, Skagit Valley Jail and Whidbey Island. 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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