Mechanical Insulation Workers have the experience, skills and resources to handle a wide variety of insulation related projects ranging from electrical power plants, ethanol plants, automotive manufacturing facilities, and food processing and cold storage to hospitals, schools, hi-tech and high rise buildings. The expertise of our members runs the gamut to include the thermal control of multi-million dollar projects, annual maintenance check-ups and even small repairs.
Woman and minorities are encouraged to apply. Veterans Preference Points apply and Veterans that have GI Benefits may use them in this program. Selection process will be through "ranked interview" of qualified applicants.
18 years of age | High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED).
Average Journeyman wage:
$54.77 on the check with a benefits package of $22.89 for a total of $77.66 per hour
This program is registered with the Oregon State Apprenticeship & Training Council (OSATC), recognized by the Bureau of Labor & Industries, and the Apprenticeship & Training Division. Drug Free Program. Date of Notice 9/13/21. Recruitment Video's available at https://www.insulators.org
The Covid Pandemic has shown us the importance of being safe, strong and informed!
For all our members, Local 36 will continue to send out information as we receive it. For updates, contact Walt Caudle at 503.778.0987 for all things related to Local 36 or Dave Gamble for all things Apprenticeship, at 503.255.5124.
Remember, we now have the ability to take your credit or debit card payments over the phone.
We are sending out information as things change via email and mailings so PLEASE pass this and all information on to all your brother and sister members.
Thank you all and please stay safe, and stay strong and united during this season of change!
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