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Millwrights

The Work

A Millwright performs a variety of tasks including welding, carpentry, and precision mechanical work. A Millwright performs installation, maintenance and repair of many types of machines and equipment in a variety of fields such as Power Generation, Petrochemical, Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems and Wastewater Treatment facilities.

Working Conditions

Millwrights work in all conditions: Outside in cold/freezing temperatures, indoors in large open areas or small, confined spaces surrounded by heat producing machinery. The tools used by a Millwright include hand and power tools, welding torches and forklifts.

Wages & Benefits

In the apprenticeship program, salary levels will start at 60% of journeyman level with a 5% increase for each of the 8 levels. There are two wage scales depending on the nature of the work, (construction or maintenance) as well as health benefits and a pension plan.

The Apprenticeship

The apprenticeship program takes individuals through a series of 8 levels, requiring 4 years and 8000 hours to complete. Apprentices must be 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED certificate and be in a physical condition to perform the essential functions of the work.

Enrollment Period

Applications are taken continuously throughout the year. Interviews are conducted quarterly.

To Apply

FCTC Coordinator
Alaska Millwrights & Machine Erectors Local 1501
(907)276-3534
(907)272-7500 fax
www.alaskamillwrights.org

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