PART-TIME – ELECTRICAL SUBCODE OFFICIAL – RINGWOOD BOROUGH, Passaic County, seeks an Electrical Subcode Official to work under the direction of the Construction Official for part-time position in Construction Department. Position requires 2 days per week, up to 4 hours per day. Review plans, inspect electrical work on construction projects to ensure compliance with UCC and other related duties. Individual must possess a valid HHS License by the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs as well as a valid driver’s license. Borough vehicle will be provided. Please upload a copy of your license with your application. Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience. Interested candidates should send resume, references, salary history and requirements to S. Heck, Borough Manager, 60 Margaret King Avenue, Ringwood, NJ 07456 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 13, 2021. The subject of the e-mail should read PT Electrical Subcode Official in Construction Department. Ringwood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Dear BPMIA members,
We are anxious to know how you feel about going back to holding our regular meetings in person, as we have traditionally done for the last 50 years. An email was sent out to our regular membership asking the question, as we would like to start booking locations for that purpose. Please respond to the email, as we will be meeting in person on September 1st, 2021, and as always, we need to have an accurate count of attendees. It’s been a tough year for organizations such as ours, and we understand the importance of the interaction between us as members of an important profession. Let us know how you feel about it.
Our regular September meeting will be in person at the Crow’s Nest in Hackensack.
September 1st, 2021. 309 Vincent Avenue Hackensack, NJ 07601
First meeting in person since February, 2020, which happened to be at the same restaurant.
That’s a long time to not meet in person, so hopefully we’ll get a really good turn out for this one.
We will be sending reminder emails as the summer rolls on. Speaking of which, the
Officers and Directors extend our wishes to our members and their families
for an excellent summer.
Be well friends and associates.
The Golf outing application is currently available to download on our site. The date for the 2021 event will be September 22nd, to be held at the Farmstead Country Club.
Past President Joe Albanese asked that we post this message…
Renee and I would like to thank the Board of Directors and members for the gift basket and well wishes as we recover from COVID-19. This hit us both very hard and we have been home for 5 weeks now. A reminder that tomorrow is not promised and life is very precious.
Joe and Renee Albanese
On November 5th 2020,a special elections committee met with President Tabback and the two candidates running for the position of Vice President. This year, and for the first time in BPMIA History we conducted a mail-in election because of restrictions in place preventing us from holding our normal in person meeting. After counting all eligible votes the committee declared Rich Silvia the winner of the election. Congratulations to Rich, and a special thanks to Lou Qualiu for his contribution to the association as a member of the Board of Directors. The board also wants to acknowledge the general membership for their patience and cooperation in these trying times. On December 2nd, we met again virtually, as Past President Felix Esposito read the oaths of office, swearing in the 2021 Board of Directors. Watch for details to follow in future emails, listing the meeting dates and sign-in instructions for our first Wednesday of the month regular association meetings. The access code will be the same for the meetings through the June 2nd, 2021 meeting. Stay safe.
Dear Association members,
The Board of Directors would like to extend wishes to all our members that you and your families are safe and healthy during these unprecedented times. The Board continues to meet on our normal monthly basis to discuss issues that affect our membership and our professions.
Members, be advised that any virtual meetings we hold, will be on the GoToMeeting website. You should be ready before the meetings start by downloading the app now, by clicking on the link https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/149859181.
You will only need to install it once for all future virtual meetings. Log information will be sent out to you via electronic mail so please continue to monitor your emails so you don’t miss this important information.
Congratulations to all newly sworn in Officers and Directors for the 2021 year.
The Scholarship Committee received one application for the scholarship award in 2020. The winner was announced at the regular September meeting. Congratulations go out to Salvatore Merlino, and the association wishes him the best in his course of studies in mechanical engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Bring your code questions and comments, and also any topics you’d like to discuss at our regular meetings
GO TO THE NEWS AND EVENTS PAGE TO SEE PICTURES OF THE 2019 GOLF OUTING.
Don’t forget that we will be holding our annual golf outing this year at the Farmstead Country Club. All proceeds go toward our scholarship fund. An application for both can be found on the main page of this web site.
Bergen Community College Uniform Construction Code program
For detailed information and registration, please visit the website:
For inquiries, please contact 201-447-7488 or email email@example.com.
Yeon Su Kil, EdM
Bergen Community College
Continuing Education & Workforce Development
400 Paramus Rd, Paramus NJ 07652
Preferred pronouns: She/Her/Hers
To The BPMIA,
In the last two years I have never given any thought about my term as President coming to an end. I mean you know it will come at some point but I always thought I will figure something out when the time comes. Well, that time has arrived and I am left speechless. This has been such a gift to me that any words I attempt to come up with will not be enough.
I can say that this past year has changed the course of all our lives and it`s still evolving. The BPMIA continued to stay strong throughout this ordeal. Thanks to the Board along with the entire membership we altered some long-standing traditions to meet the current times without compromising our ethics.
For me this has been an incredible journey that again is so hard to put into words. I would like to welcome the entire Board and wish them well. Happy Holidays to all The BPMIA family stay safe and healthy.
Michael Tabback BPMIA President