Open Positions


Education: An Associate's degree from an accredited college or university
Experience: Five years of experience in administrative staff or professional work

  • Act as the workforce development liaison and representative/active asset to MTBMA for all
  • Establish MTBMA as an approved apprenticeship program under DLLR requirements
  • Identify appropriate contacts to build the appropriate partnerships
  • Increase access to training through strategic workforce partnerships to help foster regional and
    statewide collaboration and share best practices
  • Be an advocate, to include building relationships with elected officials at all levels and outreach
    to businesses within the State
  • Meet and communicate effectively with state and federal programs and fiscal monitors to
    ensure adherence to policies, regulations, directives and recommendations
  • Create training courses based on industry need to include, but not limited to commercial truck
    driving, diesel technology, safety training, and more
  • Cultivate relationships with trade schools, building and construction schools, community
    colleges, state schools to raise awareness of the industry trades as a viable career option and
    promote MTBMA’s workforce training opportunities
  • To innovate solutions to strengthen program awareness, recruitment and retention
  • Attend career fairs and other relatable industry events
  • Create and facilitate a career days/industry partner tours
  • Research and apply for applicable grants to help fund workforce initiatives
  • Manage program budget
  • Utilize various media outlets to publicize the programs and its beneficiaries to include print,
    social media, video streaming, sponsor opportunities
  • Meet regular reporting requirements, maintain databases, and record keepingResearch 3rd party education software capabilities to help add as additional resources to
    MTBMA membership

For more questions or to submit your resume, please email Laurie Lawler.