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Assistant Training Director Posting:

The Puget Sound Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training Trust Fund is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Training Director. See attached posting for details.

Qualified candidates that are interested in applying for the position are invited to forward their resume, cover letter, and all appropriate documents to:

Assistant Training Director Search Committee c/o Clay Tschillard
Puget Sound Electrical Joint Apprenticeship and Training

550 SW 7th Street
Renton, WA 98057

 

Email submissions: please use the subject line “Assistant Training Director Position”. Attach all appropriate documents, and forward to info@psejatc.org as a PDF or MS Word document. 

Applications will be accepted until the end of business May 31, 2017

PSEJATC Assistant Training Director Job Description






Energy and Construction Summit: Smarter Grid Innovations

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The theme of this year’s event was “Sustaining Innovation”. In a letter addressed to the summit attendees, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell stated that our nation is transitioning to a clean-energy economy. With that transition, she noted that “Washington State has tremendous potential to lead the nation and the world in this effort”.  Keynote speaker Roger Woodworth, Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of Avista Utilities, in speaking on the topic A New Era for Energy: Are You Ready?, noted that “change is the new norm” in the arena of energy production, distribution, and construction. Also, that this “change will be transformational, not incremental”. The progress of the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project was outlined. Among the other important topics dealt with were the impact technology has on the energy and construction industries, energy efficiency in building construction and in the generation and distribution of electricity, and training new workers in the new high-tech environment.
Locally, with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy Smart Grid Workforce Grant, additional training opportunities at the JATC will be developed and offered. Among them will be Photovoltaics and Building Automation.  As the old Bob Dylan song said, “the times they are a-changin’”.