4625 S. Ash Avenue, Suite J17, Tempe, AZ 85282

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WHAT WE OFFER

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Apprenticeship
We are educating the next generation of electricians.
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WHY CHOOSe US

This chapter was formed February 8, 1968 supporting contractors and associates. Some of the services we offer are:

Apprenticeship Programs. Our membership has a strong commitment to apprenticeship. Without the constant infusion of new, thoroughly trained electricians, this trade will cease to exist. Our members are dedicated to sponsoring their workforce to this training.

Membership in our National Organization. Membership will reap your company many benefits, such as saving time and money in taking advantage of the health, safety, hiring and drug abuse booklets offered by National.

Professional Electrician’s Programs. Continuing Education for Experienced Electricians.

Registry Service. View applications for Journeyman Electricians, Helpers, Drivers, etc from the privacy of your own office.

Borrowed Worker Program. If you have a sudden need for manpower, must layoff or would like to loan people, let your IEC of Arizona office know immediately. We will send a universal e-mail to all member contractors who often may either provide or accept employees. This can be a big help to all involved, please call us.

Apprenticeship…PRIDE…QUALITY…these fit together making IEC of AZ Contractors the BEST. IEC of AZ has pride in our industry and you can take PRIDE in membership of IEC of AZ.

To provide education, training, networking and support to increase the success of the Independent Electrical Contractor

WHAT WE DO

IEC of Arizona provides a comprehensive spectrum of services.

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OPPORTUNITIES
Our membership directory is furnished on a regular basis to owners and builders upon request. These professionals are aware of the savings and productivity associated with the use of IEC of Arizona member contractors. The Directory provides excellent exposure for members.
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LEGAL ASSISTANCE
Qualified labor relations counsel is retained by IEC of Arizona. Members’ “over-the-phone” legal questions are free of charge.

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APPRENTICESHIP & TRAINING
IEC of AZ is registered as a sponsor for accredited programs. We have been very successful in filling the needs of independent electrical contractors through these programs.
Development and implementation is guided by IEC of Arizona A & T Committee. An Apprenticeship Coordinator provides the daily administration.
PEP training is also available for journeyman updates.
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SPECIAL MEMBER PROGRAMS
Many fine programs are available such as liability insurance, workers compensation, health insurance, telecommunications, etc.

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COMMITTEES
Apprenticeship & Training
Insurance
Government Relations
Safety
These committees help improve your bottom line. Join one today, take an active part in IEC of Arizona!
Membership in IEC of AZ
is more than goodwill.
It’s good business.

OUR PHOTO GALLERY

Photos from our “2019 Annual Inspector’s Night and Installation of Officers” and
“2018 Dennis Casteel Memorial Golf Tournament” events.

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Apprentice Testimonials

Kata Reichert
Kata Reichert
IEC Apprentice with Hawkeye Electric

After high school, I went directly to college and pursued a BS in Finance and Accounting. I spent 15 years in a corporate environment, behind a desk and countless meetings. It was a great career, but my soul craved something new. I wanted to work with my hands and expand my boundaries. So, in 2017 I left my desk job in search for something new and challenging. Immediately I opened a mountain bike coaching business, but the passion wasn’t there for me long term. After reading articles about the trades becoming endangered, without new apprentices joining the field. I realized there was a huge long term growth potential in this industry. In 2019 I joined Hawkeye Electric and immediately began my apprenticeship program with the IEC.

Being female in the industry definitely has its challenges, but I am enjoying the path towards my new career. I have found many great mentors along the way, both at Hawkeye and within the IEC program. Having the opportunity to challenge and overcome my fears has been incredible. I’ve developed new physical strengths and have found a backbone that I didn’t know existed. I’ve found immense value in the understanding of how important it is to work together as a team to get jobs done right and on time. The feeling of success at the end of a job is astonishing. I would highly encourage any female wondering if this path is right for them, to jump in head first and give it your all. You may surprise yourself and come out stronger in the end! I welcome any female in the field to reach out to me for advice, help, or comradery.

Kata Reichert
Kata Reichert
IEC Apprentice with Hawkeye Electric

After high school, I went directly to college and pursued a BS in Finance and Accounting. I spent 15 years in a corporate environment, behind a desk and countless meetings. It was a great career, but my soul craved something new. I wanted to work with my hands and expand my boundaries. So, in 2017 I left my desk job in search for something new and challenging. Immediately I opened a mountain bike coaching business, but the passion wasn’t there for me long term. After reading articles about the trades becoming endangered, without new apprentices joining the field. I realized there was a huge long term growth potential in this industry. In 2019 I joined Hawkeye Electric and immediately began my apprenticeship program with the IEC.

Being female in the industry definitely has its challenges, but I am enjoying the path towards my new career. I have found many great mentors along the way, both at Hawkeye and within the IEC program. Having the opportunity to challenge and overcome my fears has been incredible. I’ve developed new physical strengths and have found a backbone that I didn’t know existed. I’ve found immense value in the understanding of how important it is to work together as a team to get jobs done right and on time. The feeling of success at the end of a job is astonishing. I would highly encourage any female wondering if this path is right for them, to jump in head first and give it your all. You may surprise yourself and come out stronger in the end! I welcome any female in the field to reach out to me for advice, help, or comradery.

2019 IEC of Arizona Dennis Casteel Memorial
Golf Tournament Sponsors

Our Team

Nancy Levey
Executive Director
Christopher Grako
Training Director
Angela Sims
Administrative Assistant

CONTACT US

Address
4625 S. Ash Avenue,
Suite J17, Tempe,
AZ 85282
Phones
Phone: 480-456-4444

contacts
office@iecaz.org
https://iecaz.org
working hours
Monday-Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Application hours are:
Mondays and Wednesdays, 10 am - 11:30 am and 1 pm - 3 pm