Job opening: BTATS Senior Apprenticeship Advisor

The Building Trades of Alberta Training Society (BTATS) seeks a versatile and motivated person to coordinate the BTATS activities and mentor instructors who will deliver services to Alberta apprentices. The successful candidate needs to be a self starter, a strong communicator and organized.

The senior apprenticeship advisor will report to the Governing Council of BTATS, and maintain a working relationship with the trainers from affiliated unions. The successful candidate will also maintain an instructional workload.

This is currently a term position but may lead to continuing employment. The job is located in Edmonton but some travel within Alberta may be required.

Qualifications include a University or College degree/diploma, an Alberta Trades Certificate or other relevant training and experience. We are looking for a person who will drive results from the project we are carrying out and transfer the results that make apprenticeship training more effective and increase the number of apprentices who complete an Alberta Apprenticeship.

Compensation for the role includes a comprehensive salary package.

This competition closes at 4:30 p.m. on October 9, 2019. Those applying should provide a resume and be prepared to provide references on request. Screened in candidates may receive an interview. The successful candidate must be prepared to commence work no later than 2 weeks following a job offer.

Please send resume and cover letter to Jason Wright, Director of Education and Apprenticeship SMWIA Local 8, at to apply.

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