CEU Instructors Wanted!

The Construction Industry Training Council (CITC) is now hiring Journey-level Electricians and Plumbers (ALL SPECIALTIES) who are interested in teaching in-person Continuing Education classroom courses on a part-time or on-call/substitute rotation at our facilities throughout Washington State!

This is a great opportunity to earn some extra pay, take care of your continuing education requirements, and help educate the future of your trade!


  • Use CITC training materials to instruct 8-hour continuing education courses following CITC and Washington State mandated rules and policies
  • Instructors will have the ability to choose the topics they teach, and will be provided with a core set of instructor materials which includes a course outline and PowerPoint presentation, but should be willing and prepared to expand on the content provided with their own knowledge and experience, in addition to encouraging in-class discussions with students.
  • Prepare for and teach all required materials for contracted time
  • Create a positive and welcoming learning environment with students from a variety of electrical and plumbing specialties
  • Encourage class discussion and participation
  • Assigning, reviewing and grading in-class exams
  • Promptly submit all course paperwork, exams and evaluations

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Current Washington State Electrical or Plumbing License (Journeyman, Administrator or Master) – all specialties are encouraged to apply!
  • Highly knowledgeable in Code, State Laws & Rules (RCW/WACs), Theory, and/or specialty knowledge that would benefit students (for example: Calculations, Motors, Pipe Sizing, etc)
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must be dependable, punctual and adaptable
  • Knowledge in use of PowerPoint
  • Prior teaching or leadership experience

How Scheduling Works:

We know how busy our instructors are out in the field, at the office, or at home with their families – so we offer flexible scheduling which allows our CEU instructors to choose when, where and what they would like to teach. Instructors can teach as few as 1 class per year, or may have the option to teach up to 1 class per week! Instructors will have the ability to review their schedule and make changes before enrollment for their class(es) opens to the public.

Continuing Education classes are scheduled in 4-month blocks:

  • Winter – January, February, March & April
  • Spring/Summer – May, June, July & August
  • Fall – September, October, November & December

Locations Available:

  • Bellevue
  • Marysville
  • Pasco
  • Spokane
  • Tacoma
  • Vancouver

Shifts Available:

  • Weekdays: Monday through Friday, 8:00AM – 5:00PM
  • Weekends: Saturday and Sunday, 8:00AM – 5:00PM


  • Competitive hourly wage, with classes being paid at the end of each month
  • Instructors receive appropriate continuing education credit for their Washington State Journey-level licenses for each class taught. Instructors with licenses in Idaho and Oregon may be able to receive CEU credit towards those licenses as well!

To Apply:

Complete the form located here or email a resume and brief cover letter to Ana Davenport, Continuing Education Program Manager at [email protected].



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