(Greg Smith, 919-348-7481, email@example.com)
Q: How does one post jobs for electrical inspectors and where are they posted so people can find them?
A: We post jobs on our website nciaei.org, and also send out emails to everyone on our mailing list. Soon we are going to advertise available positions on Social Media.
Q: Do you have any additional information about the topic of Electrical Inspector Jobs that can help promote this feature for the association?
A: Our primary focus is jobs for electrical inspectors, but also for electrical contractors and testing laboratory positions. Many electrical inspectors started out as electrical contractors, so as an organization we also promote employment opportunities for contractors and other related fields of work. Our members will help members and non-members find opportunities for great jobs and exciting careers in the electrical industry.
Q: What is unique about being an electrical apprentice or inspector in training?
A: We have been seeing a trend in education – college graduates end up with no job and a lot of debt, while an electrical apprentice or electrical inspector in training is already making money and not accumulating debt. There is an opportunity to work in a great trade, and also continue with education online and other options that will not put people in debt.
Q: What should job seekers know?
A: We will be blogging for you guys on social media sites like LinkedIn so if you have any other ideas about different blogs we can also run, please include that as well. The more information the better as always.
Greg Smith, Sr. Field Evaluation Inspector for TUV Rheinland, Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory. 25 years in the field starting with certification laboratory testing, numerous product categories for Field Evaluations,