401K / Retirement plan, Health Insurance
$17.50 – $25.00
Iron Workers Local 584 Apprenticeship will be accepting applications for on the job training positions in the steel erection industry.
We anticipate 15 available positions in 2019.
You will need to apply in person, please click apply for the walk in address. Applications will be accepted on the first Monday of the month between 8am and 3pm. Your soonest opportunity to complete the application is Monday, April 1st.
As an Apprentice Ironworker you will train to become a Journeyman. You'll assist Journeymen in their duties or work at tasks alone under the supervision of Journeymen.
The Ironworkers Apprenticeship Program includes 3 years of reasonably continuous employment in an approved schedule, as well as 634 hours of related instruction. Each Apprentice will be required to attend classes in related supplemental instruction for a minimum of 212 hours per year. Apprentice earnings are based on a percentage of a Journeyman’s wage and increases as you advance through the program with demonstrated knowledge and ability. There are 7 periods that each Apprentice must work through before becoming a Journeyman Ironworker.
Qualities such as interest, character, cooperativeness, judgment and similar factors which promise successful completion of the individual's apprenticeship and performance as a journeyman will be determined by giving a fair and impartial interview.
• No minimum education is required.
• Must be at least 18 years old.
• Bring state (drivers license, birth certificate) or federal documentation (military ID, passport) with you to fill out your application.
• Must submit to a medical exam prior to being employed to determine physical health sufficient to perform the work of the trade.
Failure to take the medical exam or pass the medical exam will result in nullification of acceptance into the apprenticeship program. The JATC will pay for physical exams.
• Must be screened for the current illegal use of drugs prior to being employed. Failure to take the drug screen or pass the drug screen will result in nullification of acceptance into the apprenticeship program. The JATC will pay for drug screening in accordance with the JATC drug testing policy.
• Must be able to prove you are legally eligible to work in the United States.
• Skilled Ironworkers are developed – not born. The skill set of a high-quality Journeyman Ironworker is not acquired merely by a few months on the job or by watching some of the job operations. These skills are acquired only through a specific program of training under the supervision of a skilled craftsman. These skills are then perfected through experience in a series of job situations, combined with a parallel program of study and related instruction. Such a program is known as an “Apprenticeship.” It is the type of training that takes place as a result of a cooperative plan and employment.
Applicants should be physically capable of performing the essential functions of the apprenticeship program, with or without a reasonable accommodation, and without posing a direct threat to the health and safety of the individual or others.
• Monday-Friday, 7am-5pm.
Please note that you need to walk in on the first Monday of the month between 8am and 3pm to fill out a paper application in person. Your soonest opportunity to complete the application is Monday, April 1st. Please provide your contact information and click "Apply now" to obtain the address for the Ironworkers Local 584 office.
Apprentices are instructed in safe and healthy work practices in compliance with Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) standards. The Apprenticeship Program is conducted in accordance with the standards approved by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training under the United States Department of Labor.
The recruitment, selection, employment, and training of apprentices during their apprenticeship, will be without discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex. The JATC will take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship and will operate the apprenticeship program as required under Title 29 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 30, as amended.