Welcome to the Georgia Chapter of IEC
Directly Targeting the Hiring of Another IEC Member's Employees — Violation of IEC Code of Ethics
With business on the upswing, finding qualified employees becomes a greater challenge, but IEC would like to remind all members that directly targeting another IEC's member for hiring is a strict violation of the Code of Ethics (see item XI).
Need Experienced Electricians? Checkout Operation Workforce
Operation Workforce is a marketplace of jobs, resources and services for both employees and Georgia veterans. This program connects Georgia service members with job opportunities that benefit the community. Based upon requests of our members, IEC has sought out another source for you to find qualified electricians.
Operation workforce allows you to do this by connecting you with qualified workers and putting our veterans back to work.
Steps to Using Operation Workforce:
- Go to www.operationworkforce.com and sign the pledge to consider veterans for your hiring needs.
- Sign up and complete a profile that will get you noticed by qualified workers.
- Post your jobs.
- Search for electricians exiting the military
IEC will continue to find and bring to you additional resources to meet your business needs.
IEC Georgia is Now Hiring Experienced Electricians with New Online Resume Service
IEC Georgia has many contractor members in need of experienced electricians right now! Finding qualified workers is a major challenge, and IEC adds yet another option for its members to acquire the best workers for their jobs. Experienced electricians can register with our FREE online resume service, and gain access to top IEC electrical contractors in Georgia.
IEC Georgia’s New Online Resume Service is easy to access from our website, www.iecgeorgia.org. The applicant will select the Training/Events tab and then select Electrical Industry Resume. Applicants must have a minimum of 4 years of experience to apply. The completed resume is submitted and held in IEC’s database for 62 days; and is accessible to IEC Contractors throughout Georgia.
IEC Georgia’s online resume is for candidates located outside of the metro Atlanta area. Columbus, Augusta, Savannah, Albany, Valdosta and Macon, experienced electricians, this is for you!
IEC’s goal is to help recruit the best and train the best to help its members achieve their goals! If you are an experienced electrician looking for employment with top Georgia, IEC Contractors, the online resume service is a perfect start for you to be connected with the best in the industry!
IEC Georgia Holds 2014 Valdosta IEC Apprenticeship Graduation
IEC Georgia’s Valdosta graduation was held Thursday, September 25th at Mom and Dad’s Italian Restaurant in Valdosta, Georgia. IEC graduates were celebrated by family, friends, employers and IEC staff on their completion of a 4 year journey to becoming trained and experienced Journeypersons! Guest speakers were Tom Stalvey, CEO of Ace Electric and Bobby Stalvey, President of Ace Electric. IEC Training Director, Todd Hawkins was on hand to “MC” the graduation ceremonies.
IEC instructor, Reuben Bennett of XY Technologies guided this class through the process and now 4 more IEC graduates are prepared to excel in the electrical industry. The 4 graduates and employees of Ace Electric are; Joseph Montgomery, Tavaris Sharp, Eric Uneless and Jacob Young. Congratulations gentlemen on a job well done. In addition to completing the program, there were two students earning the Academic Achievement Award, both maintaining a GPA of 93.75 percent. Extra kudos to Joseph Montgomery and Eric Uneless for completing the program with excellence!
IEC Georgia is proud of all the Valdosta graduates and honored to celebrate with them on this occasion.
Pictured left to right; Instructor, Reuben Bennett, Tavaris Sharp, Ace Electric CEO Tom Stalvey, Jacob Young, Eric Uneless, Ace Electric President, Bobby Stalvey, and Joseph Montgomery