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3/1/13 - 1:22 PM
Jahmel W.
I interviewed yesterday and went to get an active working number. I still dont fully understand how that works. Can you explain to me how that works? How do i go about actually working? Also, can i apply for Boot camp classes now?
3/1/13 - 2:17 PM
Ralph Neidert
They should have given you instructions when you got your number. The instructions go into detail about how it works. Call the 800 number on a regular basis, and when your number is in the top 10 for your classification, come in for an assignment. You must resign the list every month by the 25th or you will lose your spot on the list.
3/4/13 - 12:28 PM
Jahmel W.
Thanks for the input. Will I be able to participate in the residential traniee program while I currently working fulltime? i work M-F 10-6:30.
3/4/13 - 2:19 PM
Ralph Neidert
The residential trainee program is a fulltime position. Once you are ready to work fulltime here you will need to quit your current job to go to work here.
4/6/13 - 12:16 AM
Kishor Gautam
i interviewed yesterday and registered for ojt assignment and my no is R1 094,I actually din't undestand what this classification R1,R2,..is?
4/9/13 - 12:50 PM
Ralph Neidert
R1 is a classification of Residential Trainee (entry level electrical helper). Every 6 months you would receive a step increase to R2, then R3, etc. After 4 years you would be an R8, then become a Residential Journeyman.
4/11/13 - 12:18 AM
Kishor Gautam
Thanks,one more question,my no. is 94 that means i am behind 93 other?
4/11/13 - 7:06 AM
Ralph Neidert
By "my no. is 94" I assume you mean the last two digits of your number are 94. That simply means you signed up on the 94th day of the year.
4/11/13 - 11:02 PM
Michael Smith
When do residential trainees start receiving benefits? What time do residential trainees typically start their day?
4/12/13 - 6:30 AM
Ralph Neidert
Medical benefits typically take 3 months to begin. Most jobs start at 6:00 or 6:30.

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