Four years ago, IBEW 1245 launched an innovative and unique program designed to welcome newer members into the union and help them learn more about 1245’s history, mission, goals, structure, leadership, collective bargaining agreements, politics and more. The one-day program, known as U-N-ME, was originally developed for new members at PG&E, but due to its… [Read More]
The Shelter Cove Resort Improvement District (RID) 1 is looking for a Power Generation Superintendent. If you are looking to work in one of California’s most beautiful spots, the northern Lost Coast awaits. The Shelter Cove RID1 needs to find that perfect fit and is looking for someone who doesn’t want to be just a… [Read More]
The IBEW Local 1245 membership at the Shelter Cove Resort Improvement District 1 unanimously ratified a four-year successor agreement with the District, which was subsequently approved and adopted by the District in Mid-May. The agreement will be in effect from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2023, and includes annual wage increases based on CPI… [Read More]
Electricity is something that most Americans take for granted. When we go home at night, we know that we’ll be able to turn on the lights, charge our cell phones, take a hot shower, grab some food from the fridge and heat it up in the microwave. But for the 300,000 individuals who live on… [Read More]
After overwhelmingly rejecting the City’s Last, Best and Final offer, the IBEW 1245 members at the City of Roseville have approved a new three-year successor MOU with an 83% yes vote. The City Council subsequently approved the new agreement. The successor MOU includes a 2% salary increase (or market adjustment if the market adjustment survey… [Read More]
The City of Redding sent four IBEW 1245 members to the American Public Power Association (APPA) Lineworker’s Rodeo in Colorado Springs, Colorado on March 29-30. Pictured on the left is Chris Bryant, on the right is Jordan Michaud. Their team placed 30th out of 78 Journeyman teams. Local 1245 members from City of Roseville,… [Read More]
IBEW 1245 members employed at the City of Oakland voted to approve a two-year extension to the existing MOU, with general wage increases of 2% in each year of the extension. The City has also approved this extension, with no other changes to the existing MOU aside from wages. –Charley Souders, IBEW 1245 Business Rep
Job Description: Under general supervision; install, test, maintain, and troubleshoot a wide variety of electronic, electrical, electro-mechanical equipment and all maintenance and repair work on generation, water, and irrigation systems associated the Tri-Dam Project.