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Curriculum Project Manager - (full time, Rancho Cordova, CA) Refreshed 1-17-19

Instructional Designer - (full time, Rancho Cordova, CA) Refreshed 1-17-19

Electrical Instructor, Nights and/or Saturdays - (part-time; hiring ongoing; multiple positions open; anywhere in California) Refreshed 1-17-19

eLearning and IT Support Specialist - (full time, Rancho Cordova, CA) Refreshed 11-21-18

Marketing and Communications Assistant - (full time, Rancho Cordova, CA) Refreshed 1-17-19

Electrical Apprenticeship Training Director - (full time, Rancho Cordova, CA) Refreshed 1-17-19

Assistant Instructor Supervisor for Electrician Trainee/Continuing Education Electrical Training Programs - (full time, Rancho Cordova, CA) Posted 1-17-19

 

Curriculum Project Manager (Rancho Cordova, CA), Full-time

Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., a statewide electrical trade association which provides educational solutions to the industry, seeks a Curriculum Project Manager. The position is full-time and based out of our Northern California headquarters in Rancho Cordova, CA.

Essential Functions of the Position:

  • Project-manage multiple concurrent curriculum development and education-focused projects
  • Maintain online project management platforms and train other employees in their use
  • Work with upper management to ensure scope and direction of each project are on schedule and budget; proactively communicate problems and delays
  • Help to develop product timelines; work with other members of curriculum development team to create project schedules and plans
  • Report on project progress and outcomes
  • Advise on and drive the use of elements of AGILE development methodology as appropriate for curriculum product development
  • Work cross-departmentally and cross-functionally to advance projects
  • Work with rotating teams of experienced instructors, subject matter experts, instructional designers, and curriculum development managers to accomplish successful development of online self-paced, online instructor-led, print-based curriculum products, and classroom-based courses for the electrical and low voltage industries
  • Utilize problem solving and people skills
  • Manage the formatting and conversion of new and existing curricular materials
  • Oversee print and digital curriculum materials production, including vendor management (external print vendors, etc.)
  • Assist with the continuous evaluation of the training effectiveness of learning and curriculum products
  • Find and fix formatting, typographical, and design errors in print and eLearning-based curriculum.
  • Assist with 3rd-party accreditation initiatives
  • Manage curriculum correction, continuous evaluation, and update and improvement processes
  • Manage copyright and permissions for apprenticeship curriculum

Knowledge, Skills and Experience (Required):

  • Experienced in project management
  • Experienced in instructional design and curriculum development
  • Exposure to AGILE/Scrum project management concepts; willingness to learn and contribute to implementation
  • Experienced problem-solver
  • Excellent people skills
  • Experience with print and digital curriculum production, including vendor management (external print vendors, etc.)
  • Copyediting skills, with exquisite attention to detail
  • Technically adept; comfortable learning new software
  • Ability to write clear and concise internal communications
  • Effective verbal communicator
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • Experienced with, or willingness to learn, eLearning/interactivity creation software such as Adobe Captivate
  • Ability to set a professional and positive image for the Association
  • Ability to work on and prioritize multiple short-term and long-term projects at once without becoming overwhelmed
  • Ability to track and guide others’ progress on multiple projects at once
  • Friendly, professional and helpful attitude; a self-motivated team player
  • A Bachelor’s degree in any field along with at least five years professional experience in positions related to this job role

Knowledge, Skills and Experience (Bonus):

  • AGILE or SCRUM certification(s)
  • Project Management certification(s)
  • Learning Management System (LMS) implementation and administration experience

This position is with WECA’s Apprenticeship Curriculum Product Development team.

Learn more about our organization, Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., at www.goweca.com.

Submit your resume and a cover letter explaining why you’re a good fit for the position, as well as your salary requirements, to hr@goweca.com. We look forward to hearing from you

 

WECA Instructional Designer (Rancho Cordova, CA), Full-time

Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., a statewide electrical trade association which provides educational solutions to the industry, seeks an Instructional Designer. The position is full-time and based out of our Northern California headquarters in Rancho Cordova, CA.

Essential Functions of the Position:

  • Work with experienced instructors and subject matter experts to develop online self-paced, online instructor-led, print-based curriculum products, and classroom-based courses for the electrical and low voltage industries
  • Utilize instructional design and adult learning theory to design courses, including formulation of learning objectives, selection/recommendation of appropriate methods and media, and development of course content and learning assessments
  • Capture technical content and transform it into logically sequenced, interactive and engaging learning activities
  • Develop measurable learning objectives, tests and assessments, activities, and continuously evaluate the training effectiveness of learning and curriculum products
  • Act as copy editor for curriculum products and other WECA publications.
  • Find and fix formatting, typographical, and design errors in print and eLearning-based curriculum.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience (Required):

  • At least two years of experience in instructional design and curriculum development
  • Proficient in creating classroom-based Instructor-led curriculum using a wide variety of learning methods.
  • Experience creating self-paced eLearning for online delivery and LMS (Learning Management System) platforms
  • Copy-editing skills and experience, with exquisite attention to detail
  • Technically adept; comfortable learning new software
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook
  • Proficiency with Adobe Acrobat
  • Skilled with Adobe Captivate (eLearning/interactivity creation software)
  • Ability to write clear and concise internal and external communications
  • Effective verbal communicator; comfortable conversing in a professional tone with outside entities
  • Ability to set a professional and positive image for the Association
  • Ability to work on and prioritize multiple short-term and long-term projects at once
  • Friendly, professional and helpful attitude; a self-motivated team player
  • A Bachelor’s degree in any field

Knowledge, Skills and Experience (Recommended):

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Instructional Design or a related field
  • Experience with Competency-based education
    • Experience developing instructional content for the construction trades

This position is with WECA’s Apprenticeship Curriculum Product Development team.

Learn more about our organization, Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., at www.goweca.com.

Submit your resume and a cover letter explaining why you’re a good fit for the position, as well as your salary requirements, to hr@goweca.com. We look forward to hearing from you.


Part-Time WECA Instructor - Nights and/or Saturdays

Are you on top of your game as an experienced electrician? Do you have what it takes to be a WECA instructor? 

WECA is currently hiring part-time instructors for night and weekend classes. 

- Are you an experienced and knowledgeable electrical professional, with at least one of the following qualifications?

- Certified Residential or General Electrician with at least five years in the trade?

- Current C10 Contractors license with at least 5 years in the trade?

- Electrical engineering degree with some electrical trade experience?

- Vocational teaching degree with previous experience teaching electrical code and theory (will require further evaluation on WECA’s part of your knowledge and qualifications)?

- Retired electrician with 10 years of experience (will require further evaluation on WECA’s part of your knowledge and qualifications)?

- Maintenance electrician with 10 years of experience (will require further evaluation on WECA’s part of your knowledge and qualifications)?

- Electrician working for a non-C10 contractor with 7 years of experience (will require further evaluation on WECA’s part of your knowledge and qualifications)?

- Are you an excellent communicator? 

- Do you have a passion for teaching, explaining, and sharing your knowledge with others?

- Do you have at least 5 years in the electrical trade?

- Do you know how to use a computer?

- Would you like the opportunity to teach from your own home computer*, if you have the skills, equipment and an internet connection that meets WECA's requirements?

- Would you like to be paid a starting rate of $35 per hour, with regular evaluation for performance-based raises?

If you answered yes to the questions above, email your resume and a letter of interest to hr@goweca.com.

*Partial list of requirements in order to be able to teach from home two nights per week from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.:

- A quiet room containing all equipment needed to teach.

- Reliable, High Speed Internet Connection

- Computer:

Windows

- 1.4GHz Intel® Pentium® 4 or faster processor (or equivalent) for Microsoft® Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1; At least 2 GB RAM

- Additional requirements for RAM, OS, and browser

Mac OS

- 1.83GHz Intel Core™ Duo or faster processor for Mac OS X 10.7.4, 10.8, and 10.9

- Additional requirements for RAM, OS, and browser 

 
 

eLearning and IT Support Specialist (Rancho Cordova, CA), Full-time

Job Summary:

The eLearning and IT Support Specialist, is responsible for the completion of internal daily processes for the WECA Learning Management System (LMS); is responsible for technical support for distance learning students and instructors, (including early evening technical support, Mondays through Thursdays); trains internal staff in basic troubleshooting for eLearning programs; coordinates a variety of assigned LMS support and maintenance projects on schedule and within budget; assists with troubleshooting and recommending solutions for technical delivery issues with eLearning programs; assists with identifying opportunities for greater efficiencies and program improvements to WECA’s eLearning programs. Assists IT Manager with handling Desktop Support requests from WECA employees, including performing hardware and software configuration and installation, and assisting with PC, network, and software troubleshooting. Assists Active Directory and Exchange tasks.

Essential Functions:

Learning Management System (LMS) Maintenance:

  • Uploads all course related material, quizzes, etc. to the LMS.
  • Quality checks all eLearning related course details daily.
  • Helps to troubleshoot technical issues related to the LMS.
  • Develop, implement, and maintain solutions for technical issues related to the LMS and integration with other systems
  • Generates and monitors eLearning course setup in LMS.
  • Develop and implement improved processes and documentation for the LMS

eLearning Program Support:

  • Provides online technical support to eLearning Instructors and students nightly, and as needed.
  • Assists with ET/JCE course scheduling process as needed.
  • Troubleshoots eLearning and LMS related product issues.
  • Participates in ET/CE Task Force; provide solutions for program policies and processes.

Curriculum Development Support:

  • Assists with determining eLearning delivery solutions for new products, processes and/or related technology.
  • Consults with curriculum developers on multimedia and technical specifications for the WECA Learning Management System
  • Implements curriculum corrections (uploads and tests in LMS) provided by the Curriculum & Learning Product Development Manager in a timely manner.
  • Participates on project team(s) for evaluation, selection, and implementation of new LMS platform(s)

IT/Desktop Support:

  • Assists with internal desktop support requests
  • Troubleshoot and resolve all problems encountered with hardware and software. Escalate requests to the IT manager, as needed.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve hardware, connection, printer, phone system and software issues reported through BugTracker
  • Performs basic tasks on Microsoft Exchange Server, including adding and removing mailboxes
  • Performs basic tasks within Active Directory including knowledge of DNS, DHCP, and Group Policy Management
  • Assists in the training of users to enhance productivity
  • Increase efficiencies, technical ability, and interpersonal skills with users and management
  • Maintains the organization of the IT office
  • Maintains inventory on IT assets and keys

Knowledge, Skill and Experience:

  • At least one year of experience providing technical/desktop support in a Windows environment.
  • Experience with website updates/maintenance.
  • Associates or bachelor’s degree in a related field, or progress towards achieving one, preferred.
  • Excellent computer skills with experience working with HTML, web-based content management systems, and Microsoft Office (Word, Publisher, Excel, and Outlook)
  • Experience working with an LMS (Learning Management System) preferred
  • Experience with or ability and interest in learning service platforms and software such as Adobe Connect, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Acrobat Pro, eInstruction ExamView, and WECA’s proprietary programs
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Highly efficient
  • Detail-oriented
  • Self-motivated
  • Enjoys finding solutions for problems
  • Works well with others in one-on-one and team settings
  • Ability to follow project plans and meet deadlines
  • Friendly, professional and helpful attitude
  • Ability to set a professional and positive image for the Association
  • Knowledge of common office equipment such as copiers

Submit your resume and a cover letter explaining why you’re a good fit for the position, as well as your salary requirements, to hr@goweca.com. We look forward to hearing from you

 

Marketing and Communications  Assistant (Rancho Cordova, CA), Full-time

Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., a statewide electrical trade association which provides educational solutions to the industry, seeks a Marketing and Communications Assistant. The position is full-time and based out of our Northern California headquarters in Rancho Cordova, CA.

Essential Functions of the Position:

  • Assists with creation, production, and copyediting responsibilities for WECA publications, both print and digital (examples include the Annual Labor Law Book, and quarterly course print catalog).
  • Releases WECA external communications (including member and student communications) primarily over digital media, as directed.
  • Writes original articles, which will involve conducting external interviews with WECA constituents.
  • Assists with photography and videography of WECA classes, events, and other media creation duties as assigned. 
  • Assists with creation of written content for website, external press placements, and other outlets as assigned.
  • Assists with content development for outreach materials including, but not limited to, flyers, advertisements (print and web), sales collateral, brochures, and mailers.
  • Responsible for print vendor coordination.
  • Responsible for contact list maintenance.
  • Coordinates print production and direct mail campaigns with internal WECA production and outside print and DM vendors.
  • Assists with daily updates to social media accounts, including producing original content for social media, and interacting with the industry and community in an appropriate tone.
  • Participates in event planning and coordination (examples include graduation events, industry networking dinners, and onsite seminars).
  • Responsible for copyediting and formatting of WECA communications submitted by others.
  • Coordinates mailing and shipping for department.
  • Maintains inventory of WECA marketing collateral.
  • Reviews PR opportunities and participates in PR initiatives
  • Support of marketing, communications, event, and any other initiatives, as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience (Required):

  • Writing skills and experience; demonstrated ability to vary tone and content for different audiences and produce high-quality finished pieces on assigned topics.
  • Copyediting skills and experience, with exquisite attention to detail.
  • Introductory graphic design skills.
  • Introductory photography and videography skills, or willingness to learn.
  • Social media engagement skills; comfortable interacting with external audiences over social media in the positive tone of the company.
  • Technically adept; comfortable learning new software.
  • Ability to write clear and concise internal and external communications.
  • Effective verbal communicator; comfortable conversing in a professional tone.
  • Proficiency with the Microsoft Office suite—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook.
  • Introductory familiarity with Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop. (Familiarity with Premiere and Lightroom a plus.)
  • Ability to set a professional and positive image for the Association.
  • Skilled at assisting on a variety of projects with detail-oriented precision.
  • Comfortable delivering on short deadlines.
  • Friendly, professional, and helpful attitude; a self-motivated team player.
  • Knowledge of common office equipment operation (copiers, mail machines, etc.)
  • Completed coursework or certification in communications, publications, media, marketing, or equivalent professional experience. Associate or Bachelor degree preferred.
  • At least one year professional experience in a similar role.

This position is with WECA’s Marketing and Communications team.

Learn more about our organization, Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., at www.goweca.com.

Submit your resume and a cover letter explaining why you’re a good fit for the position, as well as your salary requirements, to hr@goweca.com. Candidates who advance in the interview process will be asked to provide a writing sample, and to demonstrate the ability to identify and fix errors in written copy. We look forward to hearing from you.


Electrical Apprenticeship Training Director (Rancho Cordova, CA), Full-time

Job Summary:

Primary responsibility is for the statewide management and deliverables of career technical Apprenticeship instructors and the delivery of the electrical and low voltage training programs, including Commercial, Residential and Voice Data Video and Fire Life Safety programs. Recommends action and participates in the apprenticeship training trust and committee as needed to pursue goals, objectives and related policies. A key team player in inter-departmental cross functional implementation of goals, objectives, projects and resolution of issues. The apprenticeship instructors who are supervised serve in the instruction, education and guidance of students within the appropriate academic level in electrical and low voltage construction trade skills.

This role is responsible for adhering to state and federal curriculum standards and compliance with instructional guidelines as defined by the WECA Apprenticeship and Training Committee. Work includes accountability of the supervision, motivation, coaching and professional development of instructors, course delivery, classroom management and administration of competency tests (or equivalent course criteria). Role actively participates in curriculum design and development as subject matter expert as do the apprenticeship instructors. Role is expected to teach Apprenticeship classes as needed. Opportunity to help develop and implement strategic direction for advancing electrical training methods including the adoption of technology appropriate to enhance adult student learning.

Essential Functions:

  • Oversight and quality management of all statewide training delivery for WECA Apprenticeship training programs.
  • Recommend action and participate in Apprenticeship Training Committee (ATC) goals, objectives and related policies.
  • Develop and manage a strong instructional staff, ensuring the appropriate subject knowledge, cross training and ongoing technical skills are developed within relevant and measurable performance objectives. Work cross- functionally to plan, organize, design, develop, communicate and implement training-related programs that ensure continuous improvement, clarity of message, define “actionable” items and outline expected learning outcomes.
  • Evaluate instructor performance as well as the effectiveness of training programs and provide coaching and recommendations for improvement.
  • Facilitate the planning, scheduling and delivery of programs and strategies.
  • Manage grade reporting for students and the associated processes and procedures and evaluate achievement of student in technical knowledge and skills.
  • Ensure that program rules and regulations as they relate to classroom management are followed by all students and staff and that rules and regulations are updated as necessary.
  • Reviews and participates in course outlines, textbooks, and course procedure sheets for all courses; integrates knowledge of contractors, competitors, other industry groups and professional training to continuously improve program quality.
  • Determine the most effective training vehicle for each training-related intervention and ensure that adult learning principles are consistently applied.
  • Research and stay current on recent trends and technologies in Career Technical Education, effective school practices and professional development opportunities.
  • Solicit input from contractor members to identify necessary workforce skills for students to develop via programs of study; ensure alignment between academic and industry standards for work base learning.
  • Assist in the review and integrate external training materials/resourced for internal use where we can leverage vendor-related support or negotiate with outside training vendors.
  • Prepare and manage budget related to training delivery, instructional staff, labs, and training materials.
  • Oversee the “Job-Site Visit” process to facilitate greater interaction with our contractor members and supervising Journeyman and to help assure that our apprentices are receiving on the job training necessary to advance in their career.
  • Plan, develop, and provide training, using knowledge of instructional system design and effective classroom instructional methods, i.e., demonstrations, field experiences, and hands on training techniques in a lab environment while abiding by all safety codes.
  • Oversee and conduct collaborative scheduling with instructor team to assist or attend job fairs, outreach and other workforce development recruitment efforts when needed with hands on demonstrations where applicable.
  • Oversee the coordination of WECA/ATC’s facility needs with facility property management providers in current three locations and future locations.
  • Participate in interactions with Local Education Authorities (LEA’s), represent WECA Apprenticeship on state committees i.e. Minimum Industry Training Criteria (MITC). When required attend and participate with state California Apprenticeship Committee (CAC).
  • Works closely with Apprenticeship Program Administration and Operations on cross functional deliverables such as Indenturing Interviews, Work Process Audits and Knowledge Assessments, etc.

Knowledge, Skill and Experience:

  • Knowledge and ability to instruct students and instructors on the current National Electrical Code and electrical theory.
  • Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups, and the measurement of training effects.
  • Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, production methods, and coordination and allocation of people and resources.
  • Knowledge of principles and procedures for personnel recruitment, selection and training.
  • Focal point of contact for all technical issues, serve as the electrical system subject matter expert.
  • Focal point of contact for all technical issues, serve as the electrical system subject matter expert.
  • Must be adaptable and possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written and have a strong commitment to building relationships, team building, coaching, developing talent, employee accountability, change management and driving concepts to production.
  • Selecting and using training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when learning or teaching new concepts.
  • Ability to receive and convey detailed information through oral communication, accurately and concisely.
  • Using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
  • Monitoring/Assessing performance of other individuals or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.
  • Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
  • Coaching and supervisory skills
  • Skills in project leadership; style that emphasizes collaboration, team work and facilitation.
  • The ability to demonstrate the proper and safe use of power and hand tools related to the trade.
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook).
  • Ability to develop mastery of course content.
  • Excellent time management, project management, planning and organizational skills.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills that demonstrate ability to express technical concepts clearly and concisely.
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer relations skills demonstrating sensitivity to customer needs and ability to work effectively with others to urgently address issues.
  • 5 years in the Construction Trade - Electrical Preferred
  • 5 years in a Leadership and Supervisory Position.
  • 3-5 Years Relevant Electrical Teaching Experience.
  • High School diploma (College degree preferred).

Highly Desired:

  • Journeyman Electrical CA State Certification Required or obtained within 3 months.
  • Vocational Career Technical Education Degree/Certificate/Clear Credential.
  • Knowledgeable of Methods of Systematic Design of Instruction.

Assistant Instructor Supervisor for Electrician Trainee/Continuing Education Electrical Training Programs (Rancho Cordova, CA), Full-time

Western Electrical Contractors Association, Inc., a statewide electrical trade association which provides educational solutions to the industry, seeks an Assistant Instructor Supervisor for our ET/CE electrical training programs. The position is full-time and based out of our Northern California headquarters in Rancho Cordova, CA.

Essential Functions of the Position:

  1. Under the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor’s direct supervision, assist in the scheduling of the part-time and full-time instructors for all GET WIRED!/ET-CE courses and ensure substitutes are available. Communicate regularly and in the instructor’s preferred method (voice, email, txt msg…), to ensure instructors are interested and available to teach courses for which they are scheduled and provide follow up emails for all correspondence.
  2. Teach Get Wired Classes a minimum of 4 nights a week and at least two Saturdays a month
  3. Assist the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor with the coordination of onsite lab days and course splits in conjunction with the Operations Team
  4. Participate in regularly scheduled GET WIRED! team meetings, suggest improvements, and apply decisions made during the meetings to your work.
  5. Manage and account for all Rancho Cordova/Mather ET-CE lab materials and inventory.
  6. Under the direct supervision of ET/CE Instructor Supervisor, purchase materials as needed. Ensure purchases are made within existing budget.
  7. Arrange for the setup and lab supplies of all Northern California weekend onsite labs, and assist the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor in scheduling instructors for the labs.
  8. Assist with answering weekend instructor no-show or locked building calls on assigned weekend mornings, identify problem and solution, and communicate the solution to the student caller as soon as possible.
  9. Assist the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor with submitting part time instructor payroll reports with the possibility of taking over ownership of task.
  10. Assist the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor with new instructor setup procedures.  Making sure new and existing instructors are setup or removed in database and have all needed or returned materials (books, battery backups, headsets, computer cables).
  11. Assist the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor with the submission of yearly budgets for: ET/JCE lab materials, PT instructor payroll, GET WIRED! instructor books and remote ET instructor materials (headsets, battery backups, patch cables)
  12. Participate and assist in the scheduling of train the trainer events
  13. Submit Curriculum Correction Request, when needed, using the online form.  Oversee the part-time instructors to do the same.
  14. Make note of ideas for program improvement and share them with the GET WIRED! team.
  15. Teach Two-Day Exam Prep, 1-week Fast Track, and other ET/CE classroom courses, as needed and assigned.
  16. Provide various services and functions to assist the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor as needed
  17. Become familiar with all ET and Get Wired courses from a teaching perspective
  18. Provide various services and functions for the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor as a backup only in the case of the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor’s absence
  19. Function as back-up supervisor for part-time instructors
  20. Assist the ET/CE Instructor Supervisor with new hire training and coordination of textbooks and technical training
  21. Support the Continuing Education and Electrician Trainee Programs as needed
  22. Communicate with ET Instructors and subordinates in a manner that is clear, encouraging and supportive in tone

Knowledge, Skill and Experience (Required):

The ET-CE Assistant Supervisor will bring a combination of formal training and employment in the electrical construction and educational fields to include:

  1. Working knowledge of the NEC, and of pertinent City and State inspection requirements;
  2. A thorough knowledge of the methods, materials, tools and equipment used in installing and repairing electrical wiring systems, controls and electrical machinery and equipment in buildings, programmable logic controllers, and construction site wiring; An understanding of AC/DC electronics/electricity, mathematics from basic right angle trigonometry, solid state and digital electronics;
  3. Successfully pass the California State Certification Exam, or the ability to attain within the next six (6) months: General Electrical
  4. Five (5) years of verifiable work experience within the electrical construction industry; Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered
  5. Experience managing people and projects
  6. General office and record keeping skills
  7. Computer literacy and demonstrated skills using such software platforms as MS Word, Excel, Outlook, PPT. Experience with or willingness to learn Examview, Visio, CPS.
  8. Experience providing effective instruction, in-person, over webinar, and indirectly through self-paced curriculum, including curriculum delivery and

supervision of lab activities; Creates an environment that is conducive to learning while ensuring the safety of students, and prevents stock loss or damage with regard to equipment; monitors students’ behavior to maintain discipline and safety

  1. Post-secondary diploma, degree, or certification in related field required
  2. Knowledge of common office equipment operation (copiers, etc.)
  3. Friendly, professional and helpful attitude
  4. Self-motivated Team Player
  5. Ability to set a professional and positive image for the Association