Marine Systems Instructor
Join the team at the Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding whose vision is to offer the world’s premier educational experience for learning craftsmanship through boatbuilding and marine systems. You will work with Lead Marine Systems Instructor Kevin Ritz to teach highly-motivated students using a competency-based curriculum. As a degree-granting, accredited school, NWSWB requires faculty to demonstrate both experience in the trade and ability to teach. Instructors use teaching methods such as lectures, demonstrations, student feedback, homework assignments, 1:1 sessions checking student competencies, field training and systems work on boats. These methods are modeled using industry standards in safety, craftsmanship, and project management. The ideal candidate will have strong mechanical marine systems skills with particular depth in outboard engines and work with dedication towards the success of the program.
- Minimum 8 years’ experience working as a marine systems technician
- Previous teaching experience
- Demonstrated project management skills.
- Certifications in First Aid/CPR and forklift operation a plus.
Compensation: Depends on experience ($24-$29/hr) with benefits.