Skilled Trades Project Manager
- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
As the Skilled Trades Project Manager, you will provide hands-on instruction in the trades to high school students at Riverfront School and Career Center. You will teach students a variety of skills including but not limited to blueprint reading, carpentry skills, electrical fundamentals, drafting, workplace safety, the safe operation of hand and power tools, and other relevant skills. This is an exciting opportunity to further your career and teach a new generation of trades workers valuable skills while maintaining a consistent Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm work schedule.
To learn more about the Skilled Trades Project Manager, you can download the full job description and apply here.
The Riverfront School is an accredited alternative school that partners with local school districts to provide individual education opportunities to youth. Riverfront's mission is to "guide and support youth in developing the knowledge, responsibility, and the social skills necessary for productive citizenship." Riverfront also operates as a Career Center for students with the goal to link academic and occupational learning for each youth. The Riverfront Career Center Job Training Program prepares youth for success in the workforce by addressing work expectations, promoting higher education, and providing on-the-job skills training.
Click here to learn more about the Riverfront School and the Riverfront Career Center.
To be successful as the Skilled Trades Project Manager you must have a minimum of four years of experience in carpentry or other skilled trades relevant to this position. Previous small-group instruction is required and you should have a minimum of one year of experience with at-risk youth. You must be licensed by the Oregon Contractors Board or have the ability to obtain licensure within your first month of employment. You must also be able to meet the Lane Community College requirements for the College Now Instructor.
The students and staff at Riverfront School represent a diverse set of people from all walks of life. As such, we are committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity and inclusion in the agency. All staff must embody and represent these, and other, Looking Glass agency values.
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In accordance with the Oregon Health Authority rule, all K-12 staff must be fully vaccinated no later than October 18th 2021, or have an approved exemption/accommodation before beginning work.
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