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I have worked with residential electrical since 2008 also have pulled electrical permits. I feel that the IEC will be a good fit. They can help me obtain my License and I can help the contractor since i have some training and experience in the field. “,”type”:”textarea”},”Additional Comments”:{“value”:”I’m currently a Police Officer. I served Active Duty in the United States Marine Corps from 1988-1992 \/ U.S. Army 1994-1997 (Airborne) \r\n\r\nI’m Also an Officer with the Warren County Ohio Marine Corps League (Paymaster) \r\n\r\nI also talked with Mr.Charley Fisher ( Craftsman Electric) he advised me to let the IEC know they are interested in me”,”type”:”textarea”},”Signature”:{“value”:”James Walker”,”type”:”text”},”Confirm”:{“value”:[“I have read and understand all the information above.”],”type”:”checkbox”},”Date”:{“value”:”Jun 21, 2020″,”type”:”datetime”},”Upload resume (optional)”:{“value”:””,”type”:”file”}}

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