The University of Montana invites applications for an American Indian/Alaska Native Outreach and Project Coordinator . This position requires a high degree of initiative, along with strong and creative problem-solving skills, attention to detail, and ability to work as part of a team. This is a grant funded position and part of the FMRWM’s initiatives to serve and train residents in populations at high-risk and underserved, including racial and ethnic minority populations and rural communities. This position relies heavily on the ability to develop and maintain collaborative partnerships internally and with community organizations. This position requires traveling; including some overnight travel will be required. Working collaboratively with the FMRWM Program Director, Rural Director, and administrative team, this position will:
Serve as a liaison between tribal partners and the FMRWM through coordination of site visits, training projects and scholarship efforts;...
Job Title: Pre-College GED Instructor
Reports To: Chair of Academic Programs in Workforce & Community Development
Status: Full-time/ Regular/ Salary/Exempt (Grant Funded)
Salary: $50,000 annual
SUMMARY : The GED Instructor is responsible for the overall development and delivery of an assigned academic curriculum. Specific responsibilities may include; preparing course curriculum and lesson plans; developing testing material’s and related scenarios; mentoring and advising students’ preparing course grades; tracking student attendance and progress; developing service offering’s to the general public; and teaching related courses.
Administer GED curriculum and the educate students of the requirements for passing the Arizona Department of Education official GED exam;
Utilize technology associated with smart boards, zoom and the google platform to Instruct students in a virtual &; in-person...
Job Title: Apprentice Instructor – Plumber
Reports To: Director of Operations TOCC Development LLC
Status: Full-time/ Regular/ Exempt
Salary: $55,000 annual
SUMMARY: The Plumber Apprentice Instructor is instrumental in the development and success of the plumber apprenticeship program. In addition to teaching plumber apprentices, the knowledge and skills that they need to be successful in the construction industry, the Instructor will work to provide apprentices with OJT opportunities. The Instructor will support the T-So:on (Our Core Values) including T-Wohocudadag Our Beliefs, T-Apedag Our Well-Being, T-Pi:k Elida Our Deepest Respect and I-We:mta Working Together.
Operating as a Foreman, the trade instructor leads the crew of apprentices on the job to complete community and contracted projects, and evaluates apprentices’ overall job performance; tracking apprentice attendance and progress;