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Offline Ron Scott

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Timber Harvesting Equipment Operator
« on: December 29, 2017, 12:08:15 PM »
RE:  HELP WITH INSTRUCTOR

This could be an interesting opportunity for a part-time or retired forester, consultant, or consultant team. 

Job Posting
Timber Harvesting Equipment Operator
Instructor/Program Coordinator
Manistique Area Schools

Description:
The Timber Harvesting Equipment Operator (THEO) Instructor/Program Coordinator will
be the teacher of record for the THEO class. The class will teach traditional and
nontraditional students the basics the timber industry and provide an introduction to
operating timber harvesting equipment to be employable in the timber industry upon
graduation.

Qualifications:
The Instructor/Program Coordinator must have experience in the timber industry and be
able to make contacts and plan meaningful learning opportunities.
Teaching certification is NOT required.

Teaching Conditions:
Classes will meet at the Jack Reque Alternative Education Center located in the Zellar
Training and Education Center (Z-TEC) at 401 N. Maple St., Manistique, MI. The
teaching location will move from the classroom to the field and active harvesting sites as
determined by the curriculum.

Michigan State University Extension will assist with delivery of the science/forestry
curriculum.

Additional information on curriculum, contract and calendar are available upon request
at 906-341-4330.

Interested candidates can apply by sending a letter of interest to:

Maryann Boddy, Superintendent
Manistique Area Schools
100 N. Cedar St.
Manistique, MI 49854

Or by emailing: mboddy@manistiqueschools.org

Deadline for applications: ASAP

~Ron

 


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