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NECA Launches New Career Center to Connect Members with Future Employees

Apr 02, 2017

The National Electrical Contractors Association has launched it's own career-focused initiative, creating an innovative service that will help connect contractors with quality workers in the electrical construction industry.

The NECA Career Center is for members, their employees and chapters, and will feature resumes from members of NECA Student Chapters and any outside students who want to participate.

“NECA decided to customize the job-seeking process for our members with a free, all-encompassing experience,” says Wanessa Alves, NECA’s Director of Members Relations. “NECA’s Career Center is the perfect place to post jobs and view resumes.”

The NECA Career Center can be accessed at NECA’s website at http://www.necanet.org/careers. The site is navigable by students, employees and job-seekers. You will need to use your NECA userID and password for access, please contact Wanessa Alves at wa@necanet.org for assistance. 

Visit the Career Center

There is an option for students who are not in NECA Student Chapters to submit their resumes for review and inclusion. Click here for more information »

Other recruiting events will take place this year. NECA member employers and job-hunters interested in hiring students will be able to attend the 2017 NECA Student Chapters Job Fair at NECA’s annual convention and trade show, on Saturday, October 7 in Seattle. For more information, please visit the NECA 2017 Seattle website »



NECA is the voice of the $130 billion electrical construction industry that brings power, light, and communication technology to buildings and communities across the U.S. NECA’s national office in Bethesda, Md., four regional offices, and 119 local chapters across the country support the electrical contracting industry through advocacy, education, research and standards development.