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    What's New at Local 104
    Open Positions at Alaskan Copper
    Alaskan Copper Works Personnel Department 2958 6th Avenue South Seattle, Washington 98134 (206) 382-7344 Fax: (206)382-6548 We will be accepting applications for this job opening only between the opening and closing dates. Individuals who meet all of the requirements will be considered for an interview. Job applications may be filled out in person or online at www. Read More...
    Welder? Need work?

    Brothers and Sisters

    If you are laid off and want to weld test for Vigor for upcoming work that is expected to last for 3 years, call the Hall at (206)623-6473. You will be given a number to call to set up your testing date and time. The number of open positions is expected to be between 50-75 at this time, and could climb as high as 100. 

    The test is ---  1” plate, three position (horiz, vert, overhd) 101 TM wire, gouge the backing off. If pass visual, they will be sent for x-ray. Applicants are not paid for the test, allow two days.

    They will also be testing for aluminum, 5/8” plate.

    We will have 101 TM and aluminum at the training center(s) for Members to practice, if needed.

    In Solidarity!

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    Brother and friend James Keller
    Brothers and Sisters It is with great sadness that i inform you all that our Brother, James Keller, has passed away. He was a Boilermaker for over 20 years. James worked at many companies in his life, but started out at Federal Marine in 1998, he then went and worked for T-Bailey, Everett Shipyard, Acrowood Corporation, Foss Maritime, and was working for Pacific Fishermen before he passed. Read More...
    Seaspan Shipyard - Work available

    Brothers and Sisters

    Seaspan shipyard in Victoria, Canada, which has a contract with Boilermakers Local 191, is looking to see if there is interest from members of Local 104 to go up to Victoria and work. We are just trying to see what the interest level is at this point so we can determine whether or not it is feasable that we could supply them with welders and fitters. If we get enough interest, we will set up a meeting with all those who are interested so they can ask the detailed questions of the individuals who have those answers. If you are interested in working at Seaspan for up to 3 months, and you do not have any DUI, or felony convictions in the last 10 years, please contact the Hall at (206)623-6473, we will then add your name to a list. Once we have determined there is enough interest we will set up the meeting for all interested parties to attend. The number of individuals needed is between 50 and 100, so if you have the skills you will have a very good chance to work for up to 3 months in Victoria. 

    In Solidarity!

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