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Old 12-23-2016, 11:11 AM   #21
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This thread wasn't intended to be turned into an avenue for arguing back and forth. My only intention was to get the opportunity in front of people. There's no attempt to deceive or pull anyone from current assignments. We have an initial 50 needs and there will be an additional 200 openings once those are filled. They're accepting apprentices (with at least 4 years) and journeymen. It's contract to hire so the longevity is there. If anyone has any suggestions on where I can identify some people that might be interested it would be greatly appreciated.
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This thread wasn't intended to be turned into an avenue for arguing back and forth. My only intention was to get the opportunity in front of people. There's no attempt to deceive or pull anyone from current assignments. We have an initial 50 needs and there will be an additional 200 openings once those are filled. They're accepting apprentices (with at least 4 years) and journeymen. It's contract to hire so the longevity is there. If anyone has any suggestions on where I can identify some people that might be interested it would be greatly appreciated.
I'm looking at this exact shop in CO. The company has been pretty honest when I've asked questions about turn over. My concern is just the ceiling coming down, and then you're left with no job in a new state.

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Does Colorado have their own License? Would you have to obtain that Flyout?
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Does Colorado have their own License? Would you have to obtain that Flyout?
Obtain it. But IL transfers direct from what I see.

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They aren't requiring a license to get hired on. They do want people that are going to stick around and eventually get licensed for the state of Colorado. They intend to start hiring people on direct somewhere around 5 months into the project. They are also open to people that will only want to be out there temporarily, but not someone that will only be there for a few months.
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I'm looking at this exact shop in CO. The company has been pretty honest when I've asked questions about turn over. My concern is just the ceiling coming down, and then you're left with no job in a new state.

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I had lived in colorado a long time back in the early 80s. the place has grown enormously since then but back in those days the whole economy depended on the price of oil.... perhaps the economy is more diverse now and it would not implode like it did back then........(you might want to check into that )

I watched the bottom fall out and everyone scattering to the wind like cock-roaches when it did. I had my plumbing masters lisc at the time but it was still dog eat dog .....

Be warned that oil goes back down to 25 a barrel or lower just be ready to see the bottom fall out of the whole town.. and all those big projects and promises disappear real fast.........
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