Whether you’re a university student seeking an internship or you’re looking to jump-start your career through an apprenticeship, we’re always looking for talented employees. We offer opportunities in fields such as engineering, sales, marketing, finance, accounting, field operations, manufacturing, business strategy, human resources and more.
Throughout the history of the United States, apprenticeships have been used as a way to provide workers with specific occupational skills and a deep foundation of applied knowledge. Apprenticeships today are characterized by the “earn and learn” model where workers are paid to work while also receiving education.
In the light of the uncertainties presented by Covid-19, however, we are temporarily pausing all recruitment. As the threat posed by the coronavirus begins to level off we are well-positioned for a rapid recovery. Please continue to review our website for updates and career opportunities.
We’re always looking for talented employees. We offer opportunities in fields such as engineering, , marketing, finance, accounting, business strategy, human resources and more.
Helmets to Hardhats is a national, nonprofit program that connects National Guard, Reserve, retired and transitioning active-duty military service members with skilled training and quality career opportunities in the construction industry. The program is designed to help military service members successfully transition back into civilian life by offering them the means to secure a quality career in the construction industry.
Our construction trades offer apprenticeship training programs that allow you to earn while you learn. Plus, the education through an apprenticeship is free, meaning no education related debt.
HOW CAN I BECOME AN APPRENTICE?
The four areas of electrical work share common skills and knowledge, but each requires specific skills and knowledge in their chosen area. Therefore, each type of work has different apprenticeship programs associated with it. Basic requirements for becoming an apprentice in any of the programs are similar. The following requirements are typical for individuals applying to be accepted into an IBEW/NECA Joint Apprenticeship Training Program (JATC)
- Minimum age 18
- High School Education
- One Year of High School Algebra
- Qualifying Score on an Aptitude Test
- Drug Free
Each local JATC may have additional requirements specific to the geographical area. Applications must be made to your local JATC.
As an Employee Owned company in electrical construction, we are committed to our employees. This commitment is embodied in our competitive benefits package; which includes medical, dental, as well as flexible spending accounts, life insurance, disability income, and a 401(k) Savings Plan.
Together, these benefits help protect employees and their dependents while giving them tax-advantaged ways to save for retirement and establish long-term financial security.
The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay. — Henry Ford, Founder, Ford Motor Company.
It has been and will continue to be a fundamental policy of Quebe Holdings , Inc. not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, status as a Vietnam era veteran, special disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, other protected veteran, or any other status or condition protected by applicable federal, state or local law, with respect to recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, and other terms and conditions of employment.