INSTRUCTORS IN DESIGN AND FABRICATION WITH STONE
The Central Vermont Career Center working in conjunction with the Vermont Granite Museum,
Norwich University, and Vermont Technical College, anticipates the opening of a Design and Fabrication program to be housed at the Vermont Granite Museum.
The Career Center is seeking candidates with:
~Willingness to pursue a teaching career and a technical education instructor’s license
~Prior teaching experience with youth and young adults
~Professional training (i.e., apprenticeship, certifications, or college courses) in stone sculpting
~Fluency with 3D design software, such as AutoCAD, Solid Works, and Rhinoceros 3D
~Experience in dry laid stone masonry or willingness to pursue Dry Stone Walling Association’s certification
~ Familiarity with the monument industry
~ Patience and persistence
~ Strong basic supervisory skills and the ability to supervise students in both the classroom and studio areas
~ Ability to attend required or requested training, meetings, and professional growth activities outside of school hours (i.e., summers and after-school).
This is a school year position covered by the local Education Association collective bargaining agreement and salary is based on the agreement.
APPRENTICE WITH MAINE STONE SCAPES, 2023
Maine Stone Scapes in Cape Elizabeth, Maine is looking for an apprentice to begin in the spring of 2023. We are looking for an individual excited about a career in dry stone construction, especially dry stone walling. Those interested must be a problem solver, good teammate, hard worker, and ready to hit the ground running.
Starting pay is $20/hr with 401k and company contribution, company hammers provided, and one week of paid time off after 6 months of employment. DSWA testing fees are also covered by Maine Stone Scapes.
Those interested in this position can email Dan Morales-Walsh at Dan@mainestonescapes.com