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I am looking for conduit runners or anyone that has 3 or more years of electrical experience. This would be for the Ft. Lauderdale area. I have no idea how to find these people so if anyone could help I would appreciate it. I have 100 Immediate openings for a multi-billion company!!!!

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Are those who apply required to be Licensed Electricians?

Will they have to take an examination to verify that they are Qualified Persons?

What type of conduits will be installed?

RMC, RNMC, IMC, HDPE, or other type?


Joe Tedesco, NEC Consultant
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Try IBEW® Local Union 728 in Fort Lauderale. (954) 525-3106
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some companies will test hirings coming in the door as to where they should stand, i.e.- 2nd yr, 3rd yr...

however, to man the size job you pose, the IBEW would probably be your best option.


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