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Digital Media Coordinator Internship

As part of WorkSource’s Work Experience Paid Internship Program to provide meaningful work experience and career development opportunities, the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding seeks a Digital Media Coordinator. The individual will gain valuable work experience as they collaborate on digital media strategies, manage content delivery, perform website edits, analyze performance metrics, and collaborate with a team to align digital efforts with broader marketing goals.  The position runs now through September 30, 2024.  

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Lead Marine Systems Instructor

Come help build future marine systems technicians! The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding (NWSWB) is a 43-year-old vocational training school in Washington State seeking a Lead Instructor for its 9-month Marine Systems program. You’ll build on an innovative hands-on training program in a new state-of-the art 4,800 sq ft building with state-of-the-art equipment. The school provides a path to living-wage work for young people and career changers who are facing escalating costs of higher education and meets a critical need for skilled craftspeople and technicians in the marine trades.  You’ll work with highly motivated students from a wide variety of backgrounds. 

You are a great fit for this role If you love:

      • Teaching hands-on curriculum to highly motivated post-secondary students.

      • Working near the water in a thriving maritime community.

      • Being an integral member of a small, dedicated team of boatbuilding and systems professionals.

    Role of the Marine Systems Lead Instructor

        • Oversees teaching and management of the accredited full-time nine-month Marine Systems Diploma program.

        • Fulfills the school’s core mission by providing a high-quality educational experience using methods such as lectures, demonstrations, student feedback, homework assignments, and hands-on projects.

        • Models using industry standards in safety, and practicing craftsmanship, communication, and project management.

        • Serves as a collaborative member of the school’s leadership team to ensure quality programs and effective student learning.

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      Administrative Assistant

      Come be part of the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding team! Our vision is to provide the best educational experience to those dedicated to learning craftsmanship through boatbuilding and marine systems.

      We are looking for an individual with excellent communication skills who is comfortable with customer service and holding a front-facing role in the School’s administrative office. Candidates should be comfortable handling a variety of tasks and finding solutions to unexpected challenges. With over 50 students on campus at once, deliveries and unexpected visitors arriving throughout the day, staff spread across multiple buildings on the school’s 8-acre campus, and incoming phone calls and email messages to the school, the Administrative Assistant will serve as a friendly and professional anchor assisting students, visitors, and staff by handling office tasks, answering questions, and supporting staff member projects.

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