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Marketing Management Trade Assistant

Oxford Hills Technical School in Norway, Maine seeks a Marketing Management Trade Assistant to join our team. The Marketing Management program provides high school students with instruction about sales, customer service, entrepreneurship, point of sale practices and marketing. This training includes classroom instruction and applied learning projects including running the school store.

The successful candidate would provide support for daily school store functions with accounting, spreadsheet maintenance, inventory stock handling and merchandising. The candidate for this position will help with social media development and website maintenance for the school store and will teach these skills to our students. The successful candidate will have an associates degree or higher in a marketing or business related field and/or a minimum of three years of paid employment in a field related to Marketing Management.

This is a full time, salaried, school year (180 day) position with full benefits. It starts in late August 2023. The search will end when a suitable candidate is hired. Interested candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume, three references, college transcripts, and a completed application form. You may email your application and materials to Randy Crockett at

Mathematics Instructor and Curriculum Integrator 

Oxford Hills Technical School is seeking a highly qualified candidate to fill the role of Mathematics Instructor and Curriculum Integrator to lead our technical Math program.  The instructor will teach college level courses in Technical Math and Business Math to Juniors and Seniors that are dual credit courses with Central Maine Community College. The position also supports OHTS program instructors and students with Math skills within Tech School content areas. Previous teaching experience and a master's degree are preferred.

Join our outstanding CTE staff that seamlessly collaborates with Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School.  OHTS has 600 students and 30 faculty and staff members in an engaging learning environment.  Interested candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume, three references, college transcripts, and a completed application form. Please download an application through the link below or contact OHTS Director Randy Crockett at (207)743-7756,

Engineering & Architectural Design Instructor

Oxford Hills Technical School is seeking a dynamic, innovative, and creative Engineering & Architectural Design Instructor to join our team in this well established program, and continue to move it forward. Candidates should be able to teach students basic construction technologies, architectural history, design theory, design process, model-making, graphics, digital tools and other emerging technologies. This position provides an opportunity to share your field experience and training to a highly motivated group of students who continue their education in rigorous programs at post secondary institutes in the fields of architecture or engineering. We are seeking a candidate that is well versed to teach current industry software application skills such as Autocad, Revit Architecture, Adobe Indesign, Photoshop as well as others. 


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in Architecture; or related design field

  • Maine DOE CTE Certification Eligibility 

  • Demonstrated experience and success in the field

  • Minimum three years experience in field work and/or teaching experience; a practical knowledge of industrial, technical, and business operations together with first-hand knowledge of engineering/architecture standards.

  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills

  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with community partners


Performance Responsibilties:

  • Provides learning opportunities in the drafting, engineering, and architecture fields based on the occupational standards determined by the Maine DOE/CTE.

  •  Develops lesson plans and instructional materials to provide customized, small and large group instruction.

  • Establishes and maintains standards of student behavior needed to create a classroom atmosphere conducive to learning.

  • Regularly assesses each student’s academic and social growth, maintains appropriate and timely records

  • Communicates with parents through conferences and other means such as , email, phone calls, and other electronic means to discuss the student’s progress as it relates to the curriculum.

  • Identifies student needs and cooperates with other professional staff members to help students access and benefit from the curriculum.

  • Continues professional growth through various means such as professional learning communities, conferences, workshops, professional memberships and readings, etc.

  • Selects, budgets, and assists with the purchase of books, instructional supplies, equipment and technology based on current industry standards and best practices aligned with the curriculum.

  • Facilitates critical thinking, problem solving and creativity skills.

  • Coordinates live work projects with classroom work to facilitate meeting goals and objectives of the curriculum


Interested candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest, resume, three references, college transcripts, and a completed application form. Please download an application through the link below or contact OHTS Director Randy Crockett at (207)743-7756,

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