We’re Growing! Join the National Center for Women’s Equity in Apprenticeship and Employment’s Team!
CWIT’s National Center for Women’s Equity in Apprenticeship and Employment is the leading national entity advancing policy, conducting advocacy, and offering technical assistance to increase the number of women entering and being retained in male-dominated jobs and apprenticeships in the construction, manufacturing, and transportation sectors. The Center currently has 3 job openings. We are looking for passionate advocates, program managers, and organizers who can help us grow our Tradeswomen Building Infrastructure initiative across the country and expand technical assistance to guide industry stakeholders (registered apprenticeships, contractors, workforce boards, tradeswomen’s groups, unions, etc.) and policymakers in embracing and establishing best practices for women’s equity and inclusion.
The Center currently has 3 job openings. Click the links below for full job descriptions and to apply.
The Tradeswomen Building Infrastructure Program Manager will help lift up strategies and tactics to engage policymakers, public agencies, and industry stakeholders at the national, state, and local levels to ensure the inclusion and retention of women on projects funded through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The position will provide technical assistance in 4-6 locales to guide the implementation of equity and inclusion policy and practices. Work will also include general program management and coordinating regional/national institutes to share best practices and lessons learned on increasing equitable participation and retention of women and people of color in infrastructure projects.
The Technical Assistance Manager will support the National Center’s Tradeswomen Building Infrastructure work in Pennsylvania as well as manage the National Center’s industry stakeholder technical assistance requests to ensure that construction registered apprenticeship programs, contractors, workforce boards, public agencies, and other industry stakeholders are equipped with the necessary training to recruit and retain women in the skilled construction, manufacturing, and transportation industries. The position will be responsible for developing and guiding technical assistance strategies and tactics to engage current and prospective industry stakeholders and the Tradeswomen Building Infrastructure work in Pennsylvania by providing technical assistance and building collaborative relationships with local and state-wide industry stakeholders, coordinating local workforce equity projects to ensure the inclusion and retention of women on projects funded through the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. Pennsylvania residents are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Program Manager position, working collaboratively with the National Center team, will support the management of multi-organization, multi-state technical assistance initiatives designed to build the capacity of apprenticeship programs and other stakeholders to recruit and retain women in construction, manufacturing, and transportation occupations. Key responsibilities include preparing reports, maintaining data, event planning/coordination, and administrative support for the National Center.