Employment Bulletin Board


Adult Education Program/Marketing Coordinator

The Windham/Raymond Adult Education Program is seeking a Program/Marketing Coordinator to develop and implement a robust enrichment program and an effective marketing plan. This is a full-time, year-round, benefitted position supported by local and state funds.

Must have approved Maine CHRC at time of hire. Preference also provided for applicants with a minimum of one year of experience in human resource development, marketing or related work experience and/or one year of experience with teaching adults in an adult education or workplace environment. 

Deadline: Open until suitable candidate is found. 

Please refer to the Windham Raymond Web Site www.rsu14.org  - District Info Tab and Job Opportunities 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

Director of Adult Education

For the last 17 years, Hope Partnership has aspired to become the leading educational service provider for Lower North Philadelphia communities. With our independent middle school, extended day enrichment program, summer learning program, graduate support services, and adult learning center, we are dedicated to empowering individuals through education and closing achievement gaps commonly found in under-served and under-resourced communities. From our inception, we have been committed to helping learners of all ages reach the academic milestones required to help bring equity to their lives.

The Adult Education Program and Adult Learning Center at Hope Partnership offers a safe and welcoming learning environment where adults can strengthen the literacy and numeracy skills necessary to attain the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Secondary School Diploma (CSSD) or develop the workforce skills needed to secure employment. Our program recognizes the numerous barriers facing adult learners and provides an individualized and creative approach to education which addresses the unique educational needs of each adult to overcome these barriers. By design, our adult ed classes are small, affording a personalized approach to instruction. The Program serves approximately 50 adults, of all literacy levels, per year.


We are seeking a passionate, visionary leader to guide the People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) Services.  The person in this position directs the work of a vibrant, diverse, flexible team of faculty, staff, and exempt professionals who support a unique group of students who have cognitive, physical, sensory or psychiatric disabilities.  We are looking for someone with a passion for working with students with cognitive, physical, sensory or psychiatric disabilities, who will provide innovative programming, including employment and community inclusion to help our students achieve independence, employment and ongoing education. 

Program Director
Adult Education Professional Development


The Community College of Rhode Island is the state’s only public comprehensive associate degree-granting institution. We provide affordable open access to higher education at locations throughout the state. Our primary mission is to offer recent high school graduates and returning adults the opportunity to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for intellectual, professional and personal growth through an array of academic, career and lifelong learning programs. We meet the wide-ranging educational needs of our diverse student population, building on our rich tradition of excellence in teaching and our dedication to all students with the ability and motivation to succeed. We set high academic standards necessary for transfer and career success, champion diversity, respond to community needs, and contribute to our state’s economic development and the region’s workforce.



Carlmont Parents Nursery School
Teacher Job Description


  1. All teachers must possess a minimum of 24 units in Early Childhood Education or equivalent and ideally have co-op, supervisory, and/or adult discussion group leadership experience.

  2. They must maintain current CPR and First Aid Certification as well as California Mandated Reporter Compliance Training.

  3. Approved for hire by the CPNS Board of Directors, and the Sequoia Adult School.

Adult Education Project Leader

Manhattan Strategy Group (MSG) in Bethesda, MD is seeking an Education and Workforce Project Manager to join its federal consulting practice. You can learn more about the job or apply by clicking on the "Apply Today" button below

Dean, College & Career Readiness


This position provides innovative leadership and vision to over 200 annual and adjunct faculty and staff who are committed to helping students meet their educational and employment goals. This position must foster teamwork, open communication, and set standards of accountability within the division to ensure annual federal and state performance measures are met.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • Provides innovative leadership and vision to a team that is focused on helping students meet their educational and employment goals

  • Writes, reviews, and approves grant documentation, ensuring that documents are submitted accurately and in a timely manner.

  • Oversees planning, scheduling, and marketing of instructional courses and programs

First Literacy, Inc.
Executive Director


Founded in 1988, First Literacy’s mission is to ensure that adults with low-literacy or limited English proficiency have high-quality educational opportunities that enable them to thrive as individuals and as family members, in their workplaces, and in their communities.

The Opportunity

First Literacy is currently seeking an experienced, innovative, and collaborative professional to be the new Executive Director. The ideal candidate will bring management, fundraising, and marketing skills to lead a dedicated team of highly experienced adult literacy and fundraising professionals. The Executive Director is the public face of First Literacy, working to expand awareness of our mission and raising funds to support and grow our impact. This is an excellent opportunity for a strategic, creative, and results-oriented individual with ideas, strengths, and career experience to work with an engaged Board of Directors to lead First Literacy into the future.

Supervisory Education Specialist
(Adult Learning Manager)

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The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library having identified lifelong learning as a priority, has a vital role to play in addressing the serious literacy needs in the city. That role includes maintaining a strong presence and leadership position in the city's long-range literacy initiative and in the network of D.C. and metropolitan Washington adult literacy providers.  The Library system comprises the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library (the downtown central library) and 25 neighborhood libraries. The Adult Literacy Resource Center (ALRC), a public service unit, provides literacy resources for adult developing readers, literacy practitioners and program managers, private and public agencies, and DC Public Library staff.

Assistant Director of Adult Education Services

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Under limited supervision, supervises the administration of the Adult Education Services Department, including the Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ASPIRE) Grant, the IELCE/ESOL Grant, the IELCE/IET Grant the HSE and GED Testing Program, the Workplace Education Program, the Cuyahoga Works Job and Career Center, Project Learn’s Adult Basic Literacy Programs and the Pearson Vue Testing Center.

Health Literacy Director

Wisconsin Literacy, Inc. seeks a full time Health Literacy Director for its nationally-recognized division, Wisconsin Health Literacy. The division promotes clear communication between people that give and receive healthcare to improve health understanding, access, costs and ultimately, health outcomes.

The Health Literacy Director serves as the primary health communication and health literacy resource for Wisconsin Health Literacy. The Director provides advice, technical assistance and leadership in planning, developing and evaluating statewide health literacy strategies and interventions directed toward a broad audience including health and social service professionals, literacy professionals and healthcare consumers. The Director also manages the division’s fee for service programs. Every other year, the Health Literacy Director serves as the primary event planner for the Wisconsin Health Literacy Summit, a significant national event in the field of health literacy. The Director supervises additional staff as determined necessary.

Under the general direction of the Wisconsin Literacy Executive Director, the Director will contribute to the development of content and strategy to drive community engagement and support population health behavior change. The Director will play an instrumental role in planning, writing, testing and implementing health literacy interventions for various vulnerable populations in Wisconsin, especially those served by Wisconsin Literacy member agencies. 

Adult Education Family Learning Specialist


The National Center for Families Learning, a private nonprofit organization located in Louisville, KY, is seeking a Family Learning Specialist to provide subject matter expertise in adult education and parent engagement for family literacy programs. Underlying expertise in effective family engagement practices and the ability to create and deliver high-quality professional development are requirements. Experience working with low income, culturally diverse, and/ or American Indian populations is highly desired.

Successful applicants will demonstrate a passion for NCFL's mission to address literacy challenges by engaging all family members in intergenerational learning, with a primary focus on parents and children living in poverty.