Cincinnati Electrician

Phone Number

513-542-0400

Address

4585 Cornell Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241

Description

Looking for a great job? How about a job that pays you while you learn to be a certified Cincinnati electrician with top-level earning power? Ohio Valley Electrical Services and Parks OV Electric offers an accredited four-year electrical apprenticeship program paid in full through Independent Electrical Contractors of Cincinnati.

Program Requirements

To apply for the apprenticeship program, you must:

1) 
Schedule an appointment with IEC to complete an application for employment with an IEC member contractor. Applications are by appointment only: call 513-542-0400.

2) 
Pay a $20 non-refundable application fee (cash only)

3) 
Have a valid driver’s license and dependable transportation

4) 
Provide high school transcripts or GED with test scores

5) 
Achieve a passing grade on basic math and reading assessments administered by IEC.  Here is a link to a practice math assessment.

You are required to bring your valid driver’s license, a copy of your high school transcripts or GED with test scores, and the $20 cash application fee.

Why is IEC Apprenticeship Training Important for you?

Qualified electricians, certified by the state, are in high demand.  Enrolling in our program is the first step toward achieving certification.  Certified electricians are paid more per hour, are better positioned for promotions, and possess a broad range of electrical skills that raise their value on the job and to their employers

About Ohio Valley Electrical and Parks OV Electric

Our focus is on the two most important aspects of our business: our team members and our customers. Everyone on the team is treated with fairness and respect and this creates a remarkable culture to support the customer focus. In addition to team collaboration and customer focus, we also want each team member to have the tools to make them the best electrician they can be. We provide training for each employee and go the extra mile in safety to make sure that all employees are safe on the worksite and go home every day the same as when they came to work.

Some of our recent projects completed are the GE Global Operations Center, The Radius at the Banks II, Top Golf, The Current at the Banks I, and The Ascent at Roebling Bridge. With over 100 employees and a management team with over 150 years combined experience, we plan to be around to grow our business and expand our area of coverage.

When you have completed the apprenticeship program, you will be a Kentucky journeyman electrician, a Middletown and Hamilton Ohio journeyman electrician, and will hold an Ohio fire alarm license. Call 513-542-0400 or visit IEC for more details on this Cincinnati Electrician apprenticeship.