Job Opportunities

Instructor - Women Building Futures

The Centre for Women is searching for qualified candidates for an instructor for our Women Building Futures class.  All interested candidates should send their resume to  Please put “Instructor – Women Building Futures” in the subject line.

No phone calls, please!

POSITION: Instructor – Women Building Futures
PROGRAM: Tampa Bay Works for Women
FLSA: Non-Exempt
REPORTS TO: Program Manager


Women Building Futures is a 15-week course designed to help women enter the construction industry. The Women Building Futures Instructor will be required to instruct both the lecture and hands-on requirements of NCCER Core Curriculum. With the assistance of the program manager and program coordinator. The instructor will be responsible for connecting students to the industry through planning guest speakers, field trips, and industry demonstrations.                                        Students are required to complete the NCCER Core Curriculum and the online OSHA- 10 training by end of the course.


• Planning and instructing NCCER Core Curriculum and hands-on projects.
• Developing a positive and professional rapport with students and staff.
• Maintaining accurate student records; testing students and providing performance evaluations in a timely
• Maintaining positive relationships with industry partners.
• Maintaining open communication with the Program Manager and Program Coordinator.
• Assisting with the planning and implementation of student and alumni events (including graduation, construction site/ employer visits, and other related activities).


• High school diploma or equivalent.
• Minimum of 3 years of documented construction/building trade (residential or commercial) experience or
documented experience as a certified teacher in a vocational construction-related training program.
• Possess an NCCER Instructor certification or be willing to complete NCCER Instructor Certification Training Program and obtain the appropriate certification from NCCER (Core Curriculum).                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills.


This position requires the ability to practice autonomously and with minimum supervision. Must pass Level II
background screening. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office Suite, Internet browsing, and
e-mail communication. Able to understand and follow the network security policies and electronic protected
information confidentiality and security policies. Able to lift up to 50 lbs., push, pull, stoop, bend, talk, hear
and see. Has the ability to travel to office locations and to work from home. Is willing to flex schedule to meet
consumer needs. Reliable transportation. Available for some evening and weekend work.