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Brothers and Sisters, You will be getting shortly or have already gotten a letter from the office. This message is regarding the Department of Labor's proposal to make a process for Standard Recognition Entities who could create their own Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs. This would allow any contractor to become a SRE and certify their own apprenticeship program without the requirements of ours or other DOL programs. Please take the time to read the letter and take action.
There are 4 open long calls.
#1 Contractor: B&B ElectricLength: Long CallManpower Requested: 9 – Journeyman WiremanStart Date: 7:00 am Monday, August 26, 2019Job Location: Marinette MarineRequirements: WI State Electrical License, Passport or birth certificate for background check.Comments: Project is working 5-8's day shift. After 1st week there is the option of going to 2nd shift, 2:30 - 11:00 p.m. for a 10% shift differential.
#2 Contractor: B&B ElectricLength: Long CallManpower Requested: 4 – Journeyman WiremanStart Date: 7:00 am Monday, August 26, 2019Job Location: Green Bay PackagingRequirements: WI State Electrical License.Comments: Project is working 5-8's day shift. Expected to go to 4-10's and an 8 in the coming weeks.
#3 Contractor: CherneLength: Long CallManpower Requested: 4– Journeyman WiremanStart Date: 7:00 am AS SOON AS POSSIBLEJob Location: Casco AreaRequirements: WI State Electrical LicenseComments: Work is on a digester project, working 5-10's. Looking for 1 JW to be a working foreman, project runs into December.
#4Contractor: B&BLength: Long CallManpower Requested: 4– Journeyman WiremanStart Date: 7:00 am Monday (for orientation), August 26, 2019Hours: 4-10s and 8 hrs. Friday. 4:00p.m.-2:30 a.m. with a 10% shift differentialJob Location: Proctor & GambleRequirements: WI State Electrical LicenseComments: Work is for 2nd shift, 4:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. with 10% shift differential.
If you are interested in any of these calls please contact the office at 920-432-0158 for more information.Updated 8/14/2019 JPS
This month's newsletter can now be found here; August, 2019. To view any past newsletters please visit our newsletter tab on the Members Only page for archived issues. If you would like to get signed up for access contact Jeremy at the Hall for login information.
Santa came to visit on December 8th and a great time was had by all. Thank you to those that came and partook in the festivities.
Local 158 members helped again this year with Bayship Building's Annual Toys' for Kids drive.
Pictured from left to right: Local Agent Jesse Jacques, Local members Randy Conard(Cooney) and Eric Svacina, and Bayship employee Julie Koch.
First Aid/CPR/AED: The State of Wisconsin Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards is not accepting First Aid/CPR renewal if done through an online course.
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IBEW Local 158 apprentices helped out recently at Brown County Shelter Care. They trenched and installed the electrical work for the new garage that was built to store the residents belongings. Great job to all those who helped make a difference today for people in need.
In speaking with DSPS the CEU window for getting your credits now coresponds to your license. This means that you now have until your credential expiration date to get your CEU's. If you are in need of CEU's we have take home books in addition to the list of upcoming classes.
Congratulations to our own Marsha Nebel as the 2013 IBEW Hour Power Journeyman Mentor of the Year.
You can view information about our solar panels energy production and how it offsets some of the grid usage. The power monitoring used is eGauge and can be viewed
You are now able to view your Sub account, Flex account and check your dollar bank balance and eligibility status under the Health and Welfare Benefit Fund on this web page. If you have any questions please contact the Wisconsin Electrical Employees Benefit Fund office at 1-800-422-2128.
IBEW Local 158 has been a long time friend of CP, Inc. whether it involves putting a team together for the CP Bowl, installing PV panels to reduce the bills, or by being a part of the community and sponsoring the CP Telethon.
WPS Garden of Lights features nearly a quarter of a million twinkling lights. Green Bay Botanical Garden dazzles thousands of visitors throughout the holiday season as it's transformed into a stunning winter landscape featuring botanical light displays inspired by its natural features.
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