Building Trades Lab Supervisor

Assists the program instructor in the education of students including: management of student behavior; record keeping; instructional assistance; leading groups of students with relative independence in construction activities; classroom and field work/laboratory safety, security, set-up and organization; and interaction and communication with students, support staff, parents/guardians, and other internal and external constituents. Takes responsibility for a variety of facets of the construction project including but not limited to ordering, communicating with vendors and sub-contractors, and independently completing construction activities.

The Northwest Technical Center (NWTC) is a regional technical center located in St. Albans, Vermont. The Region has a diverse economy with companies that range from a growing hospital facility, cheese producers, maple syrup producers, Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services, ice cream to pharmaceutical and nutritional products. A diverse, flexible workforce capable of adapting to different market changes will be needed to fill a broad range of positions in these diverse industries. Many of our companies have an international market and will require lifelong learners in order to remain competitive in the global economy.

Our primary function is to serve 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students from Bellows Free Academy, Missisquoi Valley Union High School, and other interested students from the surrounding areas. NWTC also offers courses and programs to adult students–high school student graduates, as well as non-graduates–who are interested in continuing their technical education. NWTC has strong relationships with area businesses and area high schools. NWTC currently has 330 students from a diversity of backgrounds. Our students pursue post secondary college and workforce opportunities.

Qualified candidates may apply online at or forward their resume, VT certification with appropriate endorsement, cover letter and three letters of recommendation to: Leeann Wright, Director
Questions may be sent to or call 802-527-6510