2023 VIRTUAL JOB BOARD
A cooperative venture between the
Oxford Hills Community Education Exchange, Oxford Hills Technical School, and our Community Partners.
Openings for welders, equipment operators, sandblasters, painters, laborers, and more.
APPRENTICESHIPS & TRAINING
Carpenters, shipfitters, welders, pipefitters, tinsmiths, and more. Learn about their apprentice program, training academy and SMCC Workforce Development programs in Manufacturing, Welding, and Marine Design.
Bath Iron Works
Bennett Radio Group hires people in the radio broadcasting field, including broadcasters and sales.
Bridge to Success employs case managers for children and adults with disabilities.
Hiring for Driveway Sealing. Drivers license required. No experience needed. To apply call, 743-9100.
Check their website for current job openings.
Hiring Direct Support Professionals and Caregivers. Offer all needed training.
Entry level position open as an Operator Bagger at the Maine Container Facility in Poland. Applicants must be 18. Those interested in applying must apply in person. Please contact Tessa.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Contact Oxford SACC about possible openings at 207-744-0400
Courtesy Boat Inspectors needed for launch sites from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
If interested, call 207-647-8580
Hiring for Maintenance & Grounds, Housekeeping, Cafe Associates, and Customer Service. Apply by email to email@example.com or on Indeed.
Variety of seasonal positions, many of which involve working outdoors in our state parks- including Lifeguards (ages 16+), Customer Representative Assistant I, and Assistant Park Rangers. Openings are statewide- from Mount Blue to Cape Elizabeth, Georgetown to the Allagash. Search for jobs under Parks and Recreation.
Courtesy Boat Inspectors needed for launch sites on Thompson Lake on weekends from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
If interested, please email Marcia Matuska at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 240-3858.
Education & Employment Opportunities
Workforce Training, All in One Place
The Harold Alfond Center for the Advancement of Maine’s Workforce coordinates all workforce training programs for Maine’s community colleges, working closely with business leaders and workforce specialists throughout the state.
The Center, launched in 2021, specializes in training people in three distinct stages of employment: Getting started with short-term pre-hire training to learn the skills needed to get a job; Getting ahead with skills training for incumbent workers.; Finishing strong with a clear path that leads to a credential or degree.
The IBEW Local 567 Portland Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (PJATC) developed its apprenticeship program specifically to complete the classroom instructional requirements over a four-year period.
The State of Maine has three major requirements in order to become a Local 567 journeyman. These requirements include: An apprenticeship license and background check; 900 hours of classroom-based instruction; 8,000 hours of on-the-job experience and training