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Trade Coordinator: Andie Anderson

Open Announcements for Applications

Date of Notice:  June 24, 2021


Application process is open year-round with a closure in the summer and winter for two weeks.

  • Applications can be picked up at designated locations on Tuesdays between the hours of 8:30 am and 11:30 am:
    • Precision Electric at 425 N. Front St., Medford OR 97501
    • Pro Electric at 1544 Dowell Rd., Grants Pass OR 97527
    • Rogue Community College Table Rock Campus at 7800 Pacific Avenue, White City OR 97503
  • Be sure to sign Applicant Log

Reminders and Next Steps:

  • Applications will be turned back in completed and have attached documentation of minimum qualifications met.
  • Incomplete applications and applications that do not meet the minimum requirement will not be considered for an interview.
  • Applicants who meet minimum requirements will then be notified of an interview.
  • Interviews are held twice a year.
  • Applicants will then be placed in the ranked pool of eligible applicants – placement is determined by points obtained in the interview.
  • Applications and making the list of ranked pool of eligible applicants does not ensure instant employment. Please do not quit any job or turn down possible employment while you are waiting to be called by a training agent!

The Training Program

  • The total amount of on-the-job training hours are 8,000.
  • 144 hours of related classroom training are required each year of enrollment in the training program, for a total of 576 hours to complete.
  • Examples of some topics included in related training classes include:
    • Electrical mathematics
    • Safety and accident prevention
    • Care and use of hand and power tools
    • Blueprint reading and electrical symbols
    • Among other topics

Minimum Requirements

  • 18 years of age
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Completion of one year of high school algebra/integrated math 2 or equivalent post high school algebra course(s) with grade “C” or better, or an equivalent post high school placement test.