The Montana Weatherization Training Center has an opening for a Building Science and Weatherization Trainer in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. We're looking for someone with enough experience in the trades to gain credibility in the eyes of our working-class clientele, but also an ability to translate technical concepts into the realistic and relevant classes that form the basis of our job-focused curricula. 

Your formal education may have prepared you for a job like this, but we'll look kindly upon applications that show equivalent experience that qualifies you to serve our mission of creating healthy and efficient housing for all.
This is a great opportunity in many ways: cheerful staff, an enviable facility, and adaptable hours. Plus, we're digging in and rebuilding a lot of our systems to create a relevant, efficient, and rewarding work-place. It'll be a lucky person that gets to work with us over the next few years.
This full-time position pays $46-53K, plus a solid set of benefits compliments of Montana State University. Here's the listing. Let me know if you have questions.
--Chris Dorsi

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