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Julian and Deborah Trujillo

 Recovery Fund

Julian and Deborah Trujillo Recovery Fund (Julian and Deborah Trujillo)

Two of our members were hospitalized after an electrical arc flash occurred while LANS crews were preforming maintenance on a substation at the TA 53 in Los Alamos. One of our members, Brother Julian Trujillo remains hospitalized in critical, but stable condition for severe burns.

Only by the immediate and brave response of seven nearby crewmates, a more horrific tragedy was averted.  These brave and courageous men were evaluated by medical personnel and later released.

Brother Julian Trujillo remains hospitalized and faces a long and difficult recovery. Please join us in helping with a financial contribution to support our brother and his family through these difficult times.  Please keep them in your thoughts in the days and weeks ahead.

Go to http://www.youcaring.com and enter Julian Trujillo in the search box. Click on the symbol as shown above and you will be able to donate on this site.

Carl T. Condit

Business Manager
IBEW Local 611


If the date is not current, please call the Day Book recording.

You must contact the job line at (505) 342-2988 between the hours
of 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. the following morning, for details and
requirements for any listed jobs.


This is IBEW Local Union 611 inside Daybook Recording 


The JATC will be having an OSHA-10 class at the Farmington Hall Friday June the 5th  from 5:30 to 9:30PM and completing Saturday June the 6th from 8AM to 2:30 PM. To make arrangements for attending this class please contact the JATC at 505-341-4444.

There are 2 calls for Monday June 1st dispatch.

1st call is a Regular Call for 4 Journeyman Wireman working 5/8's for LANS Construction in Los Alamos, Scale is $34.39 per hour. Job requirements are, state journeyman license, proof of US citizenship, drug test, ability to obtain a security clearance, safety shoes, a valid driver's license to meet the requirements of driving a government vehicle, and 1-9 documentation. Reporting for work on Monday June 8th 7:30AM at TA-60 building 4.

2nd call is a regular call for 1 JW working 5/8s @ 29.90 for Enterprise on the base. Job requirements are: DL, JW license, I-9 documentation, OSHA-10, DT, background check,          NFPA-70E certification and previously held or reinstateable L or Q clearance. Reporting to shop after dispatch. Normal starting time is 7AM.

[Please call dispatch Monday between 8AM and 9:30 AM to be placed on the daybook for these calls]

Our regular meeting is the 3rd Sat. of the month at 10AM, Have a good evening and wknd.



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