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The Protective Signaling JATC is
Open for applications year round.

Our application process consists of two parts:
the written application and an interview.

Part 1 – The Written Application
Step 1 – Print the Protective Signaling JATC application
Step 2 –  Complete all sections of the application.
Step 3 – Provide documented proof of meeting the minimum requirements for the program. (Must be a high school graduate or have obtained the equivalent GED certificate. Must have completed one full year of high school algebra, integrated math 2, or equivalent post-high school algebra course(s) with a grade of C or better or submit equivalent math placement test scores.)
Step 4 – Provide copies of all other requested relevant documents. Resumes must include start date, end date, and weekly hours for each employer.
Step 5 – Submit the application and documentation through the US Postal Service. Emailed and faxed applications will not be accepted.

Part 2 – Interview with Committee Members
Step 1 – After your application is processed and minimum qualification are verified, the program coordinator will contact you to schedule an interview with members of the Protective Signaling JATC committee.
Step 2– Applications should be received by the first Wednesday of the month for consideration of a possible interview during that month.
Step 3 – Interviews are typically conducted once a quarter with additional sessions scheduled as needed.  Most interviews are scheduled on the third Wednesday of the month between 9:30 am and 10:30 am.

All applications are score based on Application Point System.

2006- Protective Signaling JATC

503-256-7300 / coordinator@protectivesignalingjatc.org

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