Are you a foreign-trained or U.S. electrician, instrumentalist, or electrical engineer who would like to work in your field in Maine?
If so, please upload your resume here (at www.IntWork.com) and we'll get you on the path.
We have a local employer who is ready to help any foreign-trained (or U.S. community college grads or Seniors) electricians to start on the path toward becoming a Journeyman/ Master Electrician.
If you were an electrician overseas, you don't need a new degree here; all you may need is to take a 45-hour class on the U.S. Electrical Code, like this one: https://www.novelengineering.com/product-page/2020-national-electric-code-45-hour-program to qualify to take the journeyman's (electrician licensure) exam.
If your path/ degree is in engineering, we also can tell you about the pathway to becoming a licensed Engineer through the NCEES: https://ncees.org/
To get in line for these opportunities, candidates can click "apply" hhttp://www.IntWork.coere and you'll get an email from us. Please respond to our email with a copy of your transcripts from your electrician training program.
Looking forward to learning more about your electrical skills and experience!
The Team at IntWork