Posted 4 months ago
Florida State College at Jacksonville
$50000.00 - $55000.00 per annum
Florida State College at Jacksonville has an immediate opening for a Program Manager for our Trades programs. The Program Manager of Trades provides leadership in developing, planning, and implementing comprehensive post secondary adult vocational and continuing workforce education programs in support of College, campus, and/or departmental goals. The Program Manager of Trades position provides leadership in essential career certificate programs ensuring clear pathways for interested students to pursue a post-secondary education leading to employment in a high-demand, high-wage industry. Position will oversee plumbing, carpentry, electrical, HVAC, welding, building construction, automotive, etc.
At a minimum the selected candidate must have an bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university supplemented by three (3) years of experience developing, planning and implementing workforce education programs.
For a complete description of this and other positions that we have available and to submit the required online application please visit our website at https://Jobs.FCCJ.edu. Interested candidates must submit a Florida Community College at Jacksonville online application; a resume will not be accepted in lieu of submitting an online application.
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) is committed to our employees and is pleased to offer challenging and fulfilling careers, as well as an excellent benefits package. As part of FSCJ's overall total compensation, employee benefits are offered to provide you with health and welfare coverage promoting good health and well-being, a retirement pension and financial protection in the case of death or disability.
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ), part of the Florida College System, is a public college in Jacksonville, Florida. Founded in 1965, FSCJ, then known as Florida Junior College (FJC), opened its doors during the height of the nation’s community college movement to proudly serve the Northeast Florida region as the first public, postsecondary educational institution in Duval or Nassau County to exist on an integrated basis. From an initial enrollment of 2,610 students in Fall 1966 to the current enrollment of over 45,000 students, the College has grown to offer 13 bachelor’s degrees, 45 associate degrees and more than 100 technical certificates and workforce certifications.