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Job Posting – Computer Training Coordinator – Western DuPage
PRC is hiring a Part-Time (20 hours/week) Computer Training Coordinator – Western DuPage to coordinate the activities of the Computer Training program located in Western DuPage according to program goals and strategies while collaboratively working with the Computer Training Coordinator – Eastern DuPage. This person will be part of the Computer Training Program team including over 100 volunteers and supervised by the Director of Adult Learning and Literacy. Computer and software training classes are offered at our Wheaton location, our Westmont location, and over 30 partner organizations throughout DuPage County during daytime, evening and Saturday hours.
Candidate must have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle. The schedule is 4 hours per day Monday through Friday and candidate must be able to flex this schedule to work evenings and weekends when necessary to meet classroom needs.
State Adult Education Director
The Colorado Department of Education Adult Education Initiatives is looking for a State Adult Education Director. Position provides statewide leadership for adult education in Colorado. The Office of Adult Education Initiatives partners with other leaders on the Dropout Prevention and Student Reengagement team to direct implementation of state and federal legislation and the use of state and federal dollars to advance the outcomes for adult learners. The employee in this position will manage a team and oversee the administration of state and federal grant programs. This position is located in Denver.
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
The International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) is an independent expert body established by the United Nations General Assembly. Its mandate is to regulate and coordinate the conditions of service of staff in the United Nations common system, while promoting and maintaining high standards in the international civil service. At this time the International Civil Service Commission in affiliation with other UN agencies presently require the services of experienced and dynamic candidates for the following positions listed below:
Career Pathways Coordinator/Instructor
WINDHAM RAYMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT
RSU 14 serves the beautiful Sebago Lakes communities of Windham and Raymond, which are located twenty minutes from Portland and thirty minutes from the cities of Lewiston/Auburn. The seven schools that comprise our district are dedicated to the success of all, including the 750 staff members and the 3400 students. Our school community hires only the most committed teachers who embrace the use of technology and 21st century teaching and learning standards to ensure the highest quality education. We seek to support, engage and develop high expectations for all students and staff members, and offer multiple opportunities for a rich and individualized educational experience. New and experienced teachers are provided multiple opportunities for professional growth, and partnerships with four local universities foster the belief that we are a community of learners. Our students consistently test above State averages, exceed graduation rates and 86% of our students continue with post-secondary study.
Career Pathways Coordinator/Instructor - This is a full time, year round, benefits eligible position. Must hold or be in the process of obtaining an approved Maine Criminal History Records Check (CHRC). Deadline: Open until suitable candidate is found.
Please refer to the Windham Raymond Web Site www.windhamraymondschools.org for complete instructions on the application process. Only applications submitted through Schoolspring.com will be accepted. Qualified candidates please submit required application form, letter of interest, resume, transcripts, copy of certification and three letters of reference. Non-conforming applications will not be considered. Applications must be received by 4:00 P.M. of the closing date. Only applicants who will be interviewed will be contacted. EOE
High School Completion and Basic Skills Coordinator
The Instructional Coordinator is an adult education instructional leader with the focus of high school completion (High School Equivalency including GED, HISET, I-Pathways, TASC, or high school diploma), and Basic Skills/Pre-HSE programs and faculty. This position is charged with the responsibilities of providing high quality education and support services that meet or exceed state, federal and program performance benchmarks and provide continuing/post secondary education opportunities to a widely diverse student population. This position is grant-funded.
Assistant Principal - Adult Education (Department: Adult and Career Education)
DEFINITION: Under the direction of the Adult Education Director, organize, coordinate and
administer assigned programs and activities related to student outcomes, participation and
instruction in Adult Education; assist the Director with administrative duties involving, curriculum
development and class site operations as assigned; supervise and evaluate the performance of
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Plan, organize, coordinate, implement and
participate in programs and activities related to the operation of Adult Education, including
instruction, student participation and other programs; enforce applicable State and District
codes, policies and laws; administer District and school site policies and safety programs.