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List of Coordinators from each Local Union within the S.E.S.D.C.
John Clement Local 92 Birmingham Al.
Tony Parker and Bob Wisehart Local 272 Miami Fl.
Chris Tobiasson Local 387 Atlanta Ga.
James “J.T.” Thomas Local 397 Tampa
Jeff Bailey Local 402 West Palm Beach Fl.
Scott Roy Local 597 Jacksonville Fl.
Derrick Sample Local 709 Savannah Ga.
Norman Richardson Local 798 Mobile Al.
Mike Hale Local 808 Orlando Fl.
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?
If you possess the following qualities and are looking for a career that will maximize your potential, you just might have what it takes to become an ironworker.
Do you like to be able to see the work you’ve done at the end of the day?
Do you take pride in providing quality work that meets demanding standards?
Do you like to work as part of a team?
Do you like to work outdoors?
Are you willing to do physically demanding work that requires you to use your mind too?
Would you like to earn a respectable wage while going to school to learn new skills?
Are you interested in a career rather than “just a job?”
Do you enjoy new challenges?
Are you nodding your head “Yes” to the questions above?
REQUIREMENTS TO ENTER THE S.E.S.D.C. IRONWORKERS
***It is also important to mention that an ironworker must be willing to work in high places, have a good sense of balance, and be alert to potential danger to themselves and others. However, the apprenticeship program includes safety training with OSHA Authorized Construction Trainers so that the danger is minimized.
Current S.E.S.D.C. You Tube Videos are:
The Work we Do
Rebuilding Ground Zero
Mike Rowe's Testimony
A Skilled Ironworker Can Serve You Millions