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.
City Colleges of Chicago
Director—Continuing Education & Special Interests - KEN0000143
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Education and Training Coordinator
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
• working with supervisors to identify both individual and group learning needs of staff
• coordinating necessary instruction and learning opportunities
• supervising teaching staff, and completing performance evaluations
• overseeing the development and implementation of appropriate curriculum, utilizing the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework, the RI Early Learning and Development Standards, EBCAP Head Start Program Plan, and the Creative Curriculum.
• ensure classroom quality utilizing RI State Licensing Regulations, ECERS/ITERS, and CLASS observations, and monitor compliance with Head Start Performance Standards.
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Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning
Title: Chief Executive Officer
Spring Institute for Intercultural Learning is a non-profit, training and consulting organization with a focus on language and culture. Spring Institute works with people and organizations all over the world, enabling communication and increasing cross-cultural understanding.
Mission Statement: Empower People and Organizations to Succeed Across Languages and Cultures.
To Apply: Please submit a cover letter, resume or vita with a list of references to: CEOSearch@springinstitute.org and include “CEO Position” in the subject line
• Applications will be accepted until position is filled
• Incomplete applications will not be considered
• No phone calls please
Click here to download the CEO Job Description
Skagit Valley College
Title: Adult Basic Education Instructor
The Language and Literacy Program
Title: Associate Director
The Language and Literacy Program provides educational programs to undereducated New York City adults, in English as a second language and adult literacy/preparation for the high school equivalency credential, serving 10,000 students a year at fourteen CUNY campuses.
In concert with the Director, the Associate Director will have broad responsibilities in developing and implementing innovative programming, providing an incubator for new educational approaches; enhancing skills of literacy educators through professional development; maximizing the effectiveness of a range of educational technology applications; managing the programs in the Language & Literacy portfolio, including fiscal management and the assessment and evaluation of student outcomes; and devising and proposing new programs for a range of public and private funding sources. Current Language & Literacy programs are funded through federal, state, and city resources, as well as private foundations.
The Language & Literacy portfolio also includes the CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP) for college students with academic English-language skills needs, serving 4,000 students per year on nine campuses.
CUNY seeks an experienced educator/program manager with strong administrative and fiscal management skills to serve in the CUNY Office of Academic Affairs, working collaboratively with Central Office and campus staff. The Associate Director reports to the University Director for Language & Literacy. Click here for more information.
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Harper College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Arlington Public Schools
Adult Education is looking for qualified and innovative instructors for its adult classes. Classes are held between 6:00-10:00p.m. Monday through Thursday and Saturday morning (usually once per week). Starting salary is approximately $19.00 per hour. If you have a unique talent, skill, or idea for a class, please contact Raul Matos, Coordinator of Adult Education at 703-228-7217 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Hourly Instructor Vacancies...come teach for us! If you find a course you would like to teach or if there is another class not listed here that you would like to teach, let us know by clicking here "Propose a Course"
Senior Product Manager
CTB, a division of McGraw-Hill Education, is in search of a highly motivated, enthusiastic, and exceptional communicator to take on the role of a Senior Product Manager for our new product, TASC. This position can be locatedanywhere in the US!
As the Senior Product Manager for TASC, the new high school equivalency assessment for adult learners, you will be responsible for product planning and execution. This includes gathering product, customer, and market requirements, conducting market research, and defining the product vision by working closely with various functional teams, customers, and prospects to ensure customer satisfaction and future revenue growth. You will lead cross functional teams in developing new products, product improvements, and product line extensions. Team members include colleagues in technology, Research, Content, Operations, Marketing and Sales. Responsibilities also include managing budgets, gathering costs, estimating revenue, and determining pricing for the product line ensuring profitability. Click here for more information.