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OHTS does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status. in any of its activities or operations.

Engineering & Architectural Design
Trade Assistant

The Oxford Hills Technical School (Maine Vocational Region 11) enrolls over 500 students from 11 towns in Western Maine. OHTS is seeking a dedicated individual to support our well-established Engineering and Architectural Design program. The Trade Assistant works under the direction of the EAD instructor to assist with supervision and instruction in classroom and live work settings.


This full-time position will begin on August 21, 2024 and entail 181 work days of the school year through June of 2025. The Trade Assistant will create a safe learning environment that encourages student engagement, while effectively delivering the program curriculum to prepare students to work in the field. The successful candidate will possess a desire to work with young people and mechanical aptitude. Previous training and experience in CAD, with such programs as Auto Desk Suite or similar software, is required. The position includes medical insurance and other benefits, and has a salary range of $33,000 – $45,000 per year based on the level of education and years of experience in the trade. 


For information, contact OHTS Director Randy Crockett at (202)743-7756, ext. 1600 or

Applications may be submitted electronically to our Administrative Assistant, Lisa Letourneau, or mailed to: 

Oxford Hills Technical School

PO Box 313

Norway, ME 04268

Commercial Driver’s
License Teacher

Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education is seeking a licensed CDL teacher to fill a full-time
position beginning July 1, 2024. The Commercial Driver’s License Teacher provides classroom,
road and range instruction to students who are pursuing a Commercial Driver’s License. This
includes scheduling student behind-the-wheel drive time and coordinating drive and instructional
time with other part-time teachers to meet student needs.


  • Must meet requirements as outlined by the Department of Secretary of State, Bureau of Motor Vehicles: Rules Governing Driver Education (, MVR #11, MSAD17 school districts.

    • Specifically be able to teach Class A (classroom and behind the wheel) instruction on class A and B vehicles (not including Bus).

  •  Prior CDL teaching experience preferred.

  •  Ability to work a flexible schedule, including daytime, evenings and weekends as necessary to meet student    needs

The position is full-time (181 days in a 12-month period) and includes benefits. Review of application materials will begin immediately and will continue until a suitable candidate has been chosen.

To apply, please follow the directions indicated on this website, including submission of a complete application, cover letter and resume to: Tina Christophersen, Director of Adult & Community Education, Oxford Hills/Nezinscot Adult Education, 256 Main Street, South Paris, Maine 04281. Alternatively, application materials can be sent via email to:

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