The Carpenters Training of Louisiana is accepting applications for the position of Apprenticeship Instructors. This process is intended to identify and refresh our list of candidates who are qualified to be considered for hire as an Apprenticeship Instructor.
Utilize the policies and practices of the Carpenters Training Fund of Louisiana (CTFLA) to instruct apprentices in an assigned, prescribed curriculum, consisting of classroom and practical hands-on instruction, using objective-based instructional methods.
Understand and agree, in writing, to abide by instructional rules and regulations of CTFLA.
Adapt appropriate methods and devices of teaching to meet the needs of apprentices consistent with prescribed curriculum. Provide and guide apprentices through all written curriculum materials.
Maintain, emphasize, and enforce safe working conditions and practices.
Maintain required attendance and evaluative records of apprentices and other related instructional support materials as required.
Respect the right of apprentices to respond to issues and matters relevant to course material and instructional methods while maintaining control of class direction toward achievement of course goals and objectives.
Maintain appropriate apprentice conduct, discipline and proper management of facilities, tools, and equipment.
Maintain and update professional knowledge and skills as an Apprenticeship Instructor.
Qualification & Requirements
A single page resume. You may use front and back sides, if necessary. E-mail your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org after you have submitted your online application below.
You must have a High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent.
You must have verifiable employment in a United Brotherhood of Carpenters (UBC) trade recognized under a Collective Bargaining Agreement.
You must have successfully completed a UBC apprenticeship program.
As an Apprenticeship Instructor you will be required to attend ongoing professional development training.
A signed Certificate of Non-Disqualification per the Labor and Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, provided in person. A summary of the Labor and Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959 can be found at the bottom of this application.*
Leadership qualities necessary to instruct, motivate, and inspire apprentices.
Verbal communication and demonstrative abilities.
If you are interested in applying, please fill out the form below.
I understand that by pressing the "SUBMIT" button above that I certify that my answers are true and complete to my knowledge.
If this application leads to hiring by the Carpenters Training Fund of Louisiana, I understand that false or misleading information on my application or interview shall result in my immediate termination.
*The Carpenters Training of Louisiana, as a joint Management/Labor organization, is governed by Federal law. Section 504 of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act prohibits Labor Organizations from employing or allowing any individual to serve as a representative, who, within the last 13 years, has been convicted of, or imprisoned for, any of the following offenses: Robbery, bribery, extortion, embezzlement, grand larceny, burglary, arson, violation of narcotic laws, murder, rape, assault with intent to kill, assault which inflicts grievous bodily injury, or any felony involving abuse or misuse of a position or employment in a Labor Organization or employee benefit plan to seek or obtain an illegal gain at the expense of the members or the beneficiaries, or conspiracy to commit or attempt to commit any of the above crimes. In order to be considered for employment with the Carpenters Training Fund of Louisiana, a Certificate of Non-Disqualification must be signed in person for further processing of your application.