About New Jersey IEC
The New Jersey IEC is a statewide chapter of a national trade association. NJIEC provides its members with continuing education and training, governmental affairs representation, networking, access to health benefits, and a DOL approved Apprentice Program.
What is important to us?
New Jersey IEC members adhere to the following goals and guidelines:
Promotion of the "Open Shop" philosophy
Strive to achieve the highest level of ethical behavior, integrity, and professionalism
Commitment to lifetime learning and an educated workforce
Strive to reduce costs and improve productivity
The mission of NJIEC is to enhance the independent electrical contractor’s success by developing a professional workforce, communicating clearly with government, promoting ethical business practices, and providing leadership for the electrical industry.
About IEC National
Founded in 1957, the Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) is a national trade association for merit shop electrical contractors. IEC has 52 chapters across the country which represent over 4,000 member companies and trains over 14,000 apprentices each year. Its mission is to develop and foster a stronger economy through the level of quality and services its members provide to the industry.