If you’re talented, innovative, and have the drive to join us in our mission of preparing qualified young men to be respected leaders and productive members of society, then consider a career at Williamson College of the Trades. Williamson offers you the chance to be part of a wonderfully unique and exciting environment at the nation’s finest trade college!
Reports to Associate Vice President for Institutional AdvancementFull-time Position Purpose The Stewardship & Events Officer ensures that all internal and external events at Williamson College of the Trades maintains the high standard of quality that [...]
Classification: Full-Time, ExemptReporting: Vice President for Institutional Advancement Summary and Scope of Position: Reporting to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement, the AVP oversees the people and programs of annual giving, operations, data management, stewardship, [...]
Reports to Vice President of Enrollment Management.Full-Time.Medical and Retirement benefits. Under the supervision of the VP of Enrollment Management (VPEM), the Enrollment Associate (EA) serves as the college’s focal point for enrollment support services, candidate [...]
Reports to Associate Vice President for Institutional AdvancementFull-time Position Purpose This position is responsible for raising funds through the annual giving programs, such as direct mail, phone-a-thons, and individual solicitations, and planning and executing events, [...]
Position Title: Trade Education – Power Plant Technology Instructor Reports to Power Plant Program Director. Full-time and Part-time. Benefits dependent upon placement. Position Purpose The Power Plant Instructor assists the Program Director in the development [...]
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Equal Employment Opportunity
In keeping with Williamson’s policy of non-discrimination, the Board of Trustees of Williamson College of the Trades seeks to attract and retain staff and faculty of high quality and diverse backgrounds, and to do so without discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, veteran status, or other protected characteristic.