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SBDC Business Advisor

Wes Watkins Technology Center is accepting applications for a SBDC Business Advisor. Qualifications include Bachelor’s degree in Business or related discipline or five years of experience directly related to the business ownership or management; knowledge of the principles and requirements of starting and operating a successful small business in Oklahoma; knowledge of commercial lending, business capitalization, accounting processes, financial statements, financial analysis, cash flow management, and business ratios. Must be able to work extended hours and additional days/evenings as required by position responsibilities. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office and other computer application software specific to job responsibilities and duties, possess excellent customer service and communication skills with ability to manage multiple concurrent projects and meet deadlines, have a valid driver’s license, and able to perform all job-related travel normally associated with this position. Travel required and hours of work may vary. Benefits include district paid health, dental, retirement, and more. For complete job description click here.

Send application, resume, educational background, references and other appropriate information to or SBDC Business Advisor Vacancy; WWTC; 7892 Hwy 9; Wetumka, OK 74883.  Applications accepted until a suitable applicant is found. EOE


Short Term Adult Education Instructors


Need qualified daytime and evening instructors for Health, Safety, and Computer Applications. 
Request an application at WWTC Student Services, 7892 Highway 9, Wetumka, OK 74883 or at EOE




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