Electrician Apprentice – A job that offers a career
Skilled construction workers have a proud history of fearless men and women who built America. ACS is looking for veterans of the Armed Forces who believe they have what it takes to become an Electrician in the Greater Charleston area.
Adaptive Construction Solutions, Inc. (ACS) is a veteran owned and operated company that places veterans into jobs while offering employer sponsored training that provides the credentials needed for a future in construction. ACS operates one of the largest and fastest growing Registered Apprenticeships in the nation.
In addition to receiving competitive wages, eligible veterans may choose to utilize their GI Bill benefits to receive monthly housing allowance (MHA).This allowance is an excellent bridge to earning professional wages as a new apprentice.
This position is for an Electrician Apprentice in Corpus Christi, TX. Any relocation for the position will be the responsibility of the Applicant.
Why Should You Apply?
Starting at $14 with incremental wage increases plus GI Bill Monthly Housing Allowance (MHA)
Outlook for Electricians
Bureau of Labor Statistics states that journeymen earn a median pay of $52,720 per year plus overtime and benefits. The occupation is growing as fast as the average for all occupations.
Role of Electricians
Electricians Install and maintain electrical systems in commercial and industrial settings. They install, test and maintain a wide range of electrical systems and a variety of test equipment such as ohmmeters, voltmeters, and oscilloscopes, to ensure compatibility and safety of system. They plan, layout and installation of electrical wiring, equipment and fixtures, based on job specifications and local codes.
As one may expect, construction is performed in physically demanding and dangerous conditions. These include, but are not limited to; extreme heights, confined spaces, cold winters and hot summers. As a result, Electricians must be willing to work in austere (strict) safety conditions. Potential on-the-job injuries include electrical shocks and burns, cuts, and falls.
While no electrical experience is needed candidates are required to have the following;
If you are interested and meet the requirements, please apply at
Call: (713) 315-1687