Registered Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship Job Postings

The Division of Registered Apprenticeship is now offering a job posting feature to all Registered Apprenticeship sponsors when they have a Registered Apprenticeship opportunity.  Contact patricia.morrison@doli.virginia.gov for more information and to fill out your request form.  Your ad will remain posted until all positions are filled. Sponsors may request removal.


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Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Has HVAC Apprentice Opportunities

As a Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Mechanic Apprentice in the Airports Authority’s Trades Apprentice Employment Program, you will have the opportunity to gain the experience and training that can lead to becoming a licensed journey level HVAC Mechanic.

A high school diploma or a Certificate of General Educational Development (GED) at the time of hire and completion of at least one trades course (such as Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, Automotive Mechanics) in high school OR be currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program at a trades school accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Labor are required.

HIRING CONTACT: Ricardo Wright, Employee Relations Analyst
Contact Information for Potential Apprentices: https://www.mwaa.com/careers


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Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Has Electronics Technician Apprentice Opportunities

As an Electronics Technician Apprentice in the Airports Authority’s Trades Apprentice Employment Program, you will have the opportunity to gain the experience and training that can lead to becoming a skilled Technician.

A high school diploma or a Certificate of General Educational Development (GED) at the time of hire and completion of at least one trades course (such as Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, Automotive Mechanics) in high school OR be currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program at a trades school accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Labor are required.

HIRING CONTACT: Ricardo Wright, Employee Relations Analyst
Contact Information for Potential Apprentices: https://www.mwaa.com/careers


Bohler is looking for Apprentices

As a Crew Member, you will:
• Complete all phases of field work including construction staking, ALTA/boundary/topographic/as-built surveys using Robotic Trimble total stations and GPS with Trimble Data Collectors
• Perform field calculations, sketches and compile raw field data
• Work outside in the elements while standing/walking for up to 8 hours/day
What We Offer:
• A supportive and flexible work environment that empowers employees to stay healthy, fulfill their passions, and balance work and life goals
• The opportunity to take ownership of your career with an unsurpassed focus on career development and mentorship
• A company vehicle, cell phone and corporate credit card
• A Learning & Development department that facilitates ongoing soft and technical skills training
• Open and transparent communication with senior leadership as well as local office management
• Team building activities/events and a collaborative work environment

CONTACT INFORMATION FOR POTENTIAL APPRENTICES: Jack Knowles (571)455-6553 or jknowles@bohlerdc.com


The University of Virginia is accepting applications for the Apprenticeship Program

Apprentices learn trades while working full time and receiving training, becoming skilled in carpentry, masonry, plastering, or licensed in electrical, plumbing, or HVAC. Apprentices gain knowledge through on-the-job training and classroom instruction. UVa covers tools, personal protective equipment (PPE), uniforms, and training costs. Apprentices attend classes, meetings, maintain minimum B average in instruction, and demonstrate effective job performance.

Selected applicants are hired into restricted positions, based on experience or education. Those meeting milestones are eligible for a second two-year position. At the culmination of the contract, a determination is made which trade best fits the employee. There is no guarantee of employment after restricted employment.

Hours: Monday – Friday, 7:00am-3:30pm. Evening, night, or weekend work may be necessary.

Application deadline: April 29, 2022. Program begins July 2022. High school diploma or equivalent, a background check, including health screening, required. Minimum starting salary: $15.07/hour. Position is non-exempt, benefit-eligible.

Apply through Workday, search R0034204, include: 

Resume

Recommendation letter from non-family member.

Upload materials into resume field, multiple documents can be submitted into one field.

References completed via UVA’s standardized process, minimum of three references is required.

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Capital Mechanical has Plumbing Apprenticeship Opportunities

We are actively sponsoring applicants who want to grow their career in the trade industry as a plumber. Capital Mechanical is a residential plumbing company that strives to build and maintain a first-class organization that delivers the finest in new home plumbing solutions. We have been in business for over 18 years and are proud to be working with an extensive network of builders. We have installed plumbing in over 25,000 houses that both builders and homeowners can count on for years to come. As a plumbing apprentice, this is an excellent opportunity for you to gain that experience and set yourself up for a great line of work in a high-demand field. Aside from the apprenticeship, we also offer a variety of other positions, such as service techs, plumber foremen, assistant field supervisors, field supervisors, and so much more. So if you’re interested, take the plunge and apply today!

Hiring Contact: Amy Audlin- HR Director and Ashley O’Donnell- HR Assistant

Contact Information for Potential Apprentices: aaudlin@capmec.com or aodonnell@capmec.com


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Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has Plumber-Pipefitter Apprenticeship Opportunities

As a Plumber-Pipefitter Apprentice in the Airports Authority’s Trades Apprentice Employment Program, you will have the opportunity to gain the experience and training that can lead to becoming a licensed, journey level Plumber-Pipefitter.

Participates in a state-approved Airports Authority Trades Apprentice Employment Program to develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to become a licensed, journey level Plumber-Pipefitter. Performs progressively complex and responsible plumbing-pipefitting work as knowledge, skills and abilities in the trade increase. Training received is both on-the-job and in a classroom. Performs related functions.

Requires a high school diploma or a Certificate of General Educational Development (GED) at the time of hire and the completion of at least one trades course (such as Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, Automotive Mechanics) in high school OR be currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program at a trades school accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Labor.

Hiring Contact: Ricardo Wright, Employee Relations Analyst

Contact Information for Potential Apprentices: http://www.mwaa.com/careers


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The Metropolitan Washington Airport Authority has Electrician Apprenticeship Opportunities

As an Electrician Apprentice in the Airport Authority’s Trades Employment Program, you will have the opportunity to gain the experience and training that can lead to becoming a licensed, journey level Electrician. The successful candidate will serve in the Engineering and Maintenance Department (Department) at either Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) or Washington Dulles International Airport(IAD).

Hiring Contact: Etta (Renae) Hall, Employment Specialist

Contact Information for Potential Employees; Ricardo Wright, Employee Relations Analyst


ITAC Industrial Turnaround Corporation has Mechanical and Machine Sop Apprenticeship Opportunities

ITAC has actively sponsored electrical, mechanical, and machine shop apprenticeships for 10 years, including programs hosted here at our shops. We are continually seeking apprenticeship candidates to work on the ITAC team while participating in certified apprenticeship programs. We are happy to support apprentices pursuing journeyman status following four years of on-the-job training and a minimum 600 hours of classroom work. Please contact Ken Winebarger at kwinebarger@itac.us.com or 804.414.1450 to learn more about ITAC opportunities.

Hiring Contact:
Mickey Cope | Construction Trades Manager
13141 N. Enon Church Road | Chester, VA 23836 d 804.414.1219| m 804.972.1584

Contact Information for Potential Apprentices
mcope@itac.us.com | itac.us.com
Aimee R. Rhodes | Employee Services Supervisor
13141 N. Enon Church Road | Chester, VA 23836 d 804.414.1102| m 804.892.1555 arhodes@itac.us.com | itac.us.com


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Professional Plumbing Solutions, Inc. has Plumbing Apprenticeship Opportunities

We are seeking dependable, motivated individuals with an interest in learning the plumbing trade and growing with our company!

Main Responsibilities:

  • Assist and support our Service Technicians on plumbing calls and installations as needed
  • Opportunity for growth to a Service Technician
  • In addition to on-the-job training, the right candidate has an opportunity to apply for an apprenticeship and attend trade school (if not already currently enrolled). We are a Registered Apprenticeship sponsor with the Virginia Department of Labor.

Qualifications:

  • Valid VA Driver’s License and clean DMV record
  • Should have own transportation to and from work
  • No plumbing experience necessary
  • Motivation to learn the plumbing trade
  • Ability to follow instructions and complete tasks with little to no supervision
  • Flexible schedule and ability to work some weekends and after hour emergency calls as needed
  • Ability to work in a team atmosphere

Education:

  • A high school diploma or equivalent is preferred

Pay:

  • $14+/hour, depending on experience, plus overtime
  • 40 hours average per week

Check out www.myplumbingsolutions.com for more information!

Mike Taggert, Field Manager

michael@myplumbingsolutions.com, 540-775-1500


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Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has Heavy Equipment Mechanic Apprenticeship Opportunities

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Learns to determine causes of operating problems and make repairs to heavy equipment, from elementary to fully proficient levels, as consistent with the Trades Apprentice Employment Program.

Learns to proficiently use manuals, technical guides, electrical diagrams and schematics, various and hand and power tools, instruments and devices, used by the trade.

Assists full performance (journey) level Heavy Equipment Mechanics to assemble and transport tools and materials to the job site, and at the job site to complete the work to include handling of tools and cleaning up.

Guided by a full performance (journey) level Heavy Equipment Mechanic, learns to perform preventive maintenance, determine causes of operating problems, trace and locate defects, and make repairs and modifications to mechanical, electrical and hydraulic systems for light and heavy mobile gasoline and diesel fueled equipment.

Performs other tasks as assigned including storing and stocking materials and equipment, removing debris and cleaning shop/work areas shop keeping tasks common to the trade requiring elementary to fully proficient levels of Heavy Equipment Mechanic knowledge and skill consistent with the Trades Apprentice Employment Program.

Learns and applies knowledge of US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations for proper handling of refrigerants, and other codes and regulations pertinent to the trade or airport environment.

Assists in preparing and maintaining work orders, trouble calls and preventive maintenance; utilizing the Airports Authority’s computerized work order system.

Drives a pick-up truck or similar vehicle (with tools, parts, etc.) on the airport complex, to landside and airside and to/from suppliers with tools, parts, etc.

Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

Must be at least 18 years of age at the time of hire.

Must be eligible to work in the United States.

Ability to learn bodies of knowledge and gain skills in the Equipment Maintenance trade consistent with the schedule for progression as an Apprentice in the Trades Apprentice Employment Program.

Ability to drive a pick-up truck and learn to use similar vehicle (with tools, parts, etc.).

Ability to work safely and knowledge of the safety rules, regulations and procedures needed to do so.

Ability to speak and write effectively.

Skill in using a computer, computerized work order and time and attendance system.

Ability to successfully complete an Airports Authority background investigation.

EDUCATION

A high school diploma or a Certificate of General Educational Development (GED) at the time of hire.

Completion of at least one trades course (such as Electrical, HVAC, Plumbing, Automotive Mechanics) in high school OR be currently enrolled in a degree or certificate program at a trades school accredited by an agency recognized by the US Department of Labor.

CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES REQUIRED

A state driver’s license in good standing.

Depending on assignment, may be required to obtain a Class B Commercial Driver’s License within 90 days of hire, promotion, or placement in the job.