Employment Bulletin Board

COABE is pleased to provide the following Employment Opportunities Bulletin Board, an all new benefit created especially for our members that are looking for adult education employment opportunities.

 


Contact Information

If you would like to add a job posting contact:

Sharon Bonney, Manager
E-mail: info@coabe.org
Fax: 866-941-5129
Phone: 888-44-COABE

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Kenai Peninsula College

ABE Instructor

Kachemak Bay Campus (KBC), Kenai Peninsula College, part of University of Alaska Anchorage
The Kachemak Bay Campus is located on 3 acres in the coastal community of Homer, Alaska on the shores of Kachemak Bay and overlooking a vista of glacier-capped mountains. Homer is one of the top small art towns in the U.S. and a recreational and maritime center of Alaska. The campus offers a wide variety of degree and continuing education courses and programs of excellence in a friendly, personalized setting. Please follow the link below to apply for this position.  Applications will remain open until position is filled.  

https://www.uakjobs.com/applicants/jsp/shared/frameset/Frameset.jsp?time=1415236044711

 

CLASP–Policy Solutions that Work Well for Low-Income People

Senior Policy Analyst — Higher Education/Workforce Development

SUBECT AREAS OF PRIMARY WORK: This position is in the Center for Postsecondary and Economic Success (C-PES), one of the policy centers at CLASP, an anti-poverty organization that advocates for policy solutions that work for low-income people.  C-PES advocates for better policies, more investment, and greater political will to open doors to good jobs, career advancement, and economic mobility for low-income and low-skilled adults and disadvantaged youth by increasing the number of underrepresented students who earn postsecondary credentials and aligning education, workforce training, and support systems to meet this goal. In addition, candidates with cross-cutting skills and interests may also have the opportunity to work with other centers at CLASP on related issues that affect low-income children, youth, and adults, such as child care and access to work supports.

The focus of this position is on developing and advocating for policies that improve access to and completion of postsecondary credentials among low-income adults, particularly those who are initially underprepared. The senior policy analyst will work to advance such policies at the federal and/or state levels and across adult education and training systems (e.g. higher education, adult education, workforce development, career-technical education). Click here for more information.


Georgia State University–College of Education

Professor or Associate Professor–Adult Literacy
Focusing either on policy impacts and/or content are as such as health, workplace, family and/or numeracy

As part of Georgia State University’s Second Century Initiative (2CI) (http://secondcentury.gsu.edu), we
anticipate faculty openings for three scholars with established external funding and research in adult literacy.
The 2CI program focuses on expanding the university’s priority research areas and includes support (start-up
funding) and funded doctoral student fellowships. New faculty will add depth and breadth to the current
federally-funded IES Center for the Study of Adult Literacy (http://csal.gsu.edu) and to the newly developing
College of Education’s Adult Literacy Research Center (ALRC). Appointments are anticipated to begin Fall
2015.

Position Description: Faculty members will be hired at the rank of professor or associate professor
(possibility with tenure on appointment). Applicants are expected to have strong records of scholarship, funded
research, excellence in teaching, and service in the broadly defined area of adult literacy. These areas include
but are not limited to health literacy, family literacy, workplace literacy, numeracy skills, and/or the economic
impact of low adult literacy. Successful candidates will have an opportunity to be part of a variety of adult
literacy related initiatives, such as helping to develop the ALRC, helping to plan professional development
instruction for Georgia’s adult literacy teachers, and participating in numerous community related opportunities,
such as access to adult literacy programs and adult literacy advocacy groups.

Qualifications: A doctorate in relevant areas, such as health communication, public health, economics, family
studies, educational psychology, language, and/or literacy is required. Upon hire, faculty members will be
expected to conduct a successful, externally-funded research program that includes peer-reviewed publications
in the area of adult literacy. Tenure can be considered in the College of Education, School of Public Health, or
the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies in an appropriate department.

Applications/Nominations: Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until all positions
are filled. For questions, please contact Daphne Greenberg at dgreenberg@gsu.edu. Applicants are asked to
send a cover letter discussing interest and qualifications, and a curriculum vita.

All materials should be sent to: Ruth Ebenezer-Cook, Business Manager II, ruthebenezer@gsu.edu or
404-413-8042. Please reference Log #16-040 in the subject line.

 

Serving Schools

Interim Adult Community Education Director
see posting on www.servingschools.com for more information
Applications must be mailed or hand delivered to the Office of the Superintendent, 1460 Post Road, Wells, Maine 04090.


University Research Co., LLC (URC

URC is a global company dedicated to improving the quality of health care, social services, and health education worldwide. With a non-profit affiliate, the Center for Human Services (CHS), URC manages projects in over 45 countries, including the United States.

ESL Instructor
US-based Health, Education and Training Programs

Hours: Part-Time, 12 hours per week
Location: Adams, York, or Lancaster Counties, PA
Salary: $2,016 per 6 weeks of classes
Length: 6 weeks

Established in 1965, URC offers a range of technical assistance to strengthen health and social systems and service quality by empowering communities and health workers to identify and scale up locally appropriate solutions to critical problems. Internationally, we expand access to and improve the quality of services addressing maternal, newborn, and child health; infectious diseases, including HIV/AIDS, TB, and malaria; reproductive health and family planning; food and nutrition; and vulnerable children and families. In the US, we focus on improving communication related to issues like substance abuse, with a particular focus on reaching underserved populations.

URC’s mission is to provide innovative, evidence-based solutions to health and social challenges worldwide. Please join us in carrying out our mission (http://www.urc-chs.com/). Click here for more information.


Project Read

Project Read is currently looking for an AmeriCorps VISTA. We would appreciate your assistance to spread the word. Please see the position descriptions below or click here for more details. Let me know if you have any questions or need more information.

Thirty-seven million Americans live in poverty. Through AmeriCorps VISTA, you can make a tangible difference.
Become an AmeriCorps VISTA at the United Way of Utah County. AmeriCorps VISTA is a national program where community members have the opportunity to serve in local nonprofits for one year helping eliminate poverty. In return for service, members receive a living allowance, health insurance and other benefits. An AmeriCorps VISTA position is open in Provo to help expand and develop the Project Read adult literacy program. This VISTA is needed to help with volunteer/student recruitment, streamlining intake and other office processes, implementing the tutor certification and mentor programs, and helping with fund development to establish these programs. Position is one year starting with a pre-service orientation in Los Angeles (expenses paid by the VISTA program) from November 18–21st. Click here for more information.


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.

Adult Education
College Transitions Coordinator/Instructor—Seeking a College Transitions Coordinator/Instructor to develop and implement a college transitions program where adults explore and prepare to meet their post-secondary academic learning goals. Applicants with a minimum of one year of experience in human resource development or related work experience and/or one year of experience with teaching adults in an adult education or workplace environment with curriculum development and academic advising preferred. 

Must have approved Maine CHRC at time of hire.  Maine Assistant Director of Adult Education Certification preferred.           
Deadline: Open until suitable candidate is found. 

Please refer to the Windham Raymond website: 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


Carlos Rosario Public Charter School

PART-TIME ESL INSTRUCTOR (EVENING)
The Carlos Rosario Charter International School is a nationally recognized accredited and award winning model in the field of adult education. Our mission is to provide education that prepares the diverse adult immigrant population of Washington, DC to become invested, productive citizens and members of American society who give back to family and community. The School accomplishes this through excellence in teaching and learning in partnership with the community by fostering a safe and compassionate learning environment.

The ESL instructor supports the school’s mission by preparing our adult immigrant students to become productive and civically engaged residents of the Washington, DC. The instructor accomplishes this by providing excellent instruction that supports students’ diverse educational backgrounds, learning styles, and English language abilities. The responsibilities of the position include creating materials specific to the assigned level, selecting class textbooks, designing a class syllabus, and writing daily lesson plans to directly address all student needs.
Qualifications:
• Must have at least two of the following: Teaching certification; Master’s Degree in adult education, linguistics, TESOL, language studies, or a related field; or at least three years of teaching experience Must possess excellent communication and organizational skills;
• Ability to use technology in administrative duties including, but not limited to word processing applications, PowerPoint, and basic website navigation;
• Ability to fluently speak a foreign language is a plus.

Schedule: 6 p.m.– 9 p.m. (Monday-Thursday)
Location: Harvard Street Campus, SG Campus
Please email resumes and cover letters to sjaskunas@carlosrosario.org.