Become a Member

Wanted: Electrical Workers

We are currently recruiting new IBEW 213 members in the electrical industry to fill jobs in the Lower Mainland.

For Prospective Electricians

Are you interested in a rewarding career in the electrical industry but don't know where to begin? Our training division, the Electrical Joint Training Committee (EJTC) is currently accepting applications.

Start your best career here:

For Apprentice Electricians

Are you already an electrical apprentice with ITA hours who wants the very best apprenticeship experience and training? Bring your apprenticeship to IBEW 213 and get paid to earn your Red Seal.

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For Journeyperson Electricians

Are you a journey-certified electrician, currently living in the Lower Mainland, and ready to work? Join IBEW 213. Membership benefits include:

Collective Bargaining

  • IBEW 213 members have a voice in their benefits, wages and working conditions through the collective bargaining process, ensuring their rights and interests are represented. heck out the current Inside Electrical Workers Agreement 2023 - 2026

Competitive Pay

  • As a member of the IBEW 213, you can expect to earn a competitive wage that reflects your skills and experience in the electrical industry. Check out the current Inside Electrician Wage Package (PDF)

Excellent Benefits

  • IBEW 213 members receive comprehensive extended health package, a defined-benefits pension, and other benefits. Check out the current Health & Welfare Plan and the Pension Plan

On-the-job Representation

  • As unionized workers, IBEW 213 members enjoy greater protection against unfair treatment by employer and unsafe working conditions.

Opportunities for Growth

  • IBEW 213 offers ongoing training and professional development opportunities to help our members stay up-to-date with industry trends and technologies. For more info on journeyperson upgrading, visit:

Sign up to become a member now!

You will need:

1. Completed and signed Membership Application (Download PDF
2. A copy of your Red Seal and Trade Qualification (TQ)
3. Your current resume
4. Proof-of-residency in IBEW 213 jurisdiction

  • Your proof of residency must match the address on your membership application and your resume. Your "residence" is where you currently live.
  • Acceptable proof-of-residency documents (include one):
    • Residental Property Ownership Title
    • Rental Lease Agreement
    • Utility Bill (BC Hydro, FortisBC, Home Internet Service Provider)
    • ICBC Vehicle Insurance

Send your completed application (don't forget to sign it) to Incomplete applications will not be processed. By submitting your application package you confirm that the information provided is true.