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Career Opportunity!

We invite you to look through our site and see what the Montana Electrical JATC can do for you.

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The JATC works with contractors throughout the State of Montana to provide on the job training. We provide a minimum of 8000 hours of on the job training as well as five 
years of extensive classroom training, which will prepare you to take the Journeyman exam.

You will receive competitive wages as well as pension plans and a full-family medical plan, which means all your dependents are covered with no extra money out of your 
pocket.  All provided for you through your employment as an apprentice electrician.

The NECA-IBEW partnership has established one of the best working environments and benefit plans available for the electrical construction trades in the USA today. 
We are the largest apprenticeship sponsor in Montana and your valued commitment to this partnership will ensure you have a place in receiving the hard earned 
rewards found through completing the Montana union electrician apprenticeship program.

Our program provides you the opportunity to earn wages and benefits while you learn the skills needed for a trade that’s both challenging and rewarding. You will have
the chance to use your mind, as well as your physical skills, to complete work in a variety of settings with the constant opportunity to learn something new and 
advance through the ranks.

Apprenticeship Programs:

The Montana Electrical JATC offers 3 programs to choose from.  The Inside Wireman program is a 5 year program that requires a minimum of 
8,000 OJT hours as well as 900 classroom hours.  The apprentice will work under the supervision of a licensed electrician during his/her 
apprenticeship.  Once all requirements have been successfully completed, the apprentice will be qualified to take the State administered 
Inside Wireman Journeyman License Exam.

The Residential Wireman and Low Voltage programs are 3 year programs requiring a minimum of 4,800 hours OJT hours with journeyman 
supervision as well as 540 classroom hours.  Once all requirements have been successfully completed the apprentice will be qualified to take the 
State administered Residential Journeyman License Exam.

Click Here To Start The Application Process


The undersigned are committed to the following Equal Opportunity Pledge for apprenticeship positions in the MONTANA ELECTRICAL JATC electrical apprenticeship program. The sponsors of the apprenticeship program are dedicated to this Equal Opportunity Pledge. The undersigned are resolved to the communication of this Equal Opportunity policy in such a manner as to foster understanding, acceptance and support among the industry's various officers, supervisors, employers and employees and encourages such persons to take all necessary action to aid the apprenticeship sponsor in preserving this commitment to equal opportunity. The spirit of equal opportunity will be carried forth in the uniform application of rules and regulations concerning apprentices including but not limited to, equality of wages, periodic advancement, promotion, assignment of work, job performance, rotation among work processes, imposition of penalties and other disciplinary action, and all other aspects of the apprenticeship program.

Application Process   1. How to qualify An applicant must meet the following requirements to apply for an apprenticeship with the MEJATC. Applicant must be 18 years old at time of interview.

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Montana Electrical Training Center
2616 Bozeman Avenue
Helena, MT 59601
  (406) 449-7173

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