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LIMITED MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN
Oregon Apprenticeship Guide
 
Job Description

This apprenticeship leads to the Limited Maintenance Electrician license. Limited maintenance electricians maintain, repair and replace electrical installations on the premises of industrial plants where the individual is employed, or on electrical systems that are less than 600 volts phase to phase on the premises of commercial office buildings or buildings occupied by the state or a local government entity where the individual is employed.
 
Working Conditions
This work can be dirty and strenuous, with considerable standing, bending and reaching. Tools used include electrical metering devices, cable pulling devices, electrical hand tools, soldering tools, hammers, drills and side cutters. Hazards include electric shock, burns, falls and falling objects.
 
Wages
Upon successful completion of required class work and on-the-job hours, wages increase usually every six months, until journey-level rate is achieved.
 
Length of Apprenticeship
This apprenticeship lasts about two years. Apprentices must complete a minimum of 288 related classroom hours and a total of 4,000 on-the-job training hours. Journey-level limited maintenance electricians must qualify for a state license by passing an exam given by the Oregon Building Codes Division.
 
Minimum Qualifications
Apprenticeship applicants must be at least 17 years of age to apply and 18 to begin the program. In addition, they must provide proof of high school graduation or general education development (GED) equivalent and complete at least one year of high school algebra or the equivalent post high school algebra course with a passing grade of ´C´. Local apprenticeship committees may require additional qualifications.
 
These programs are only open to employees of training agents registered with the local apprenticeship committee.
 
Apprenticeship Committees  

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MA# 1040 Metro Limited Maintenance Electrician JATC
971-722-5651
www.pcc.edu/programs/apprenticeship/lme-admin/
kcloud@pcc.edu
Area 1 
 
​MA# 1068 ​IAMAW & Conmet Clackamas JATC
503-6574183
​Area 1 (Clackamas County)
​MA# 1095 Leupold & Stevens of Beaverton JATC
503-657-4183
​Area 1 (Washington County)
​MA# 1117
Cascade Tissue JATC
503-396-1266
​Area 1 (Columbia County)
​MA# 1129

SAPA JATC
503-802-3000

​Area 1 (Multnomah County)
​MA# 1148 ​SUNEDISON JATC                                           503-208-7843 ​Area 1 (Multnomah County)
MA# 1155  Toyo Tanso USA Electrical JATC
503-661-7700
Area 1 (Multnomah County)
MA# 1173  WESTERN STAR - IAM 1005 JATC
503-745-5545
Area 1
MA# 1229  OR SW-WA IUOE #701 Stnry Engineer JATC
503-650-7701
Area 1, 2
​MA# 1244 North Coast Electrical JATC
541-344-6473
​Area 1 (Tillamook County)
MA# 2008  Mid-Willamette Ind'l Electrical JATC
541-636-5841
www.oregonapprentice.org
Area 1, 2
MA# 2009  Mid-Willamette Industrial TATC
541-917-4636
Area 1
MA# 3004  Lane County Industrial Electrical JATC
541-344-6473
Area 3
MA# 3042 National Frozen Foods JATC
541-967-8747
Area 2
MA# 4011  Roseburg Industrial Electrical JATC
541-440-4675
Area 4
​MA# 5005 ​Rogue Industrial Electrical JATC
541-245-7912
​Area 5
​MA# 6002 Con Agra Foods TATC
541-278-5854
​Area 6
MA# 6016 Eastern Oregon Industrial TATC
541-278-5854
Area 6
MA# 6026  Hermiston Foods LLC TATC
541-278-5854
Area 6
​MA# 6040 Columbia Gorge JATC
503-934-1010
​Area 1, 2, 6, 7
MA# 7004  Central Oregon TATC
541-279-1543
Area 7
MA# 7016  Klamath Basin Industrial TATC
541-882-3521
Area 5
 
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