Washington Aerospace Training and Research Center

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Facilitator 2 (Renton)


Multiple locations - Primarily Renton , WA (See "Work Schedule" below for details


The Advanced Manufacturing Skills Center (AMSC) of Edmonds College is seeking experienced and skilled aerospace leaders to train the next generation of the manufacturing workforce. 


Seeking experienced and skilled aerospace leaders to train the next generation of manufacturing workforce. Working closely with the Program Manager, the primary responsibility of this position is the delivery of training and classroom/high bay instruction supporting the aerospace industry. This professional exempt position reports to the Administrative Services Manager. The Facilitator 2 reviews aerospace manufacturing curriculum and excels at delivering training to groups of aerospace students/employees in the classroom, labs and high bay. The position may be required to teach one or several classes and is not limited to:  drilling and installing fasteners in aluminum and composite titanium; installing wire bundles in aircraft; installing hydraulic tubing in aircraft; applying sealant to attaching parts; safety wire and cable; alodine application; precision measuring tools; shim installation; corrosion awareness.  

The Facilitator 2 will be responsible for the evaluation and grading of students, will supervise students in the classroom and high bay, and will conduct conflict resolution. The Facilitator 2 is responsible for the removal of hazmat materials. Continuation of this position is contingent on specific industry contracts

This is an exempt position reporting directly to the Administrative Services Manager of the Advanced Manufacturing Skills Center.

Required Qualifications

  • 2 years of aerospace mechanical and electrical assembly experience, OR
  • 2 years of industrial hands-on experience in the following areas:  composites, electrical, plumbing, stand-alone drill motors, power tools, torque equipment, and various other pneumatic tools.

Desired Qualifications

  • Two years of training in an industrial setting with experience facilitating web-based, classroom, and lab-based training.
  • Experience working with composite material.
  • Experience with various pneumatic hand tools.
  • Interest in working with individuals and teams to share aerospace knowledge while guiding them to achieve success.
  • Strong communication skills.


Work may be performed in confined spaces, in a noisy environment requiring the use of hearing protection.  Use of a respirator may be required as there may be exposure to a variety of organic and inorganic chemicals and dust. Must meet the physical requirements of the position which include the ability to lift at least 50 pounds and to perform overhead work.  A record of excellent attendance is necessary.


Salary is $71,350.12 - $75,616.91 annually and is based on the Edmonds C administrative/exempt salary schedule, plus a full state benefits package, which includes tuition waivers for college classes, medical, dental, retirement options, and more. Vacation and leave packages include 12 sick days per year, 10 scheduled holidays, 1 personal holiday, and 24 vacation leave days per year.

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