Employment Bulletin Board

Adult Education Family Learning Specialist

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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.


Adult Education Coordinator

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Plans, coordinates and manages technical assistance and professional development activities delivered by various partners and subcontractors; coordinates services between partnering entities and other subject matter experts to support AEBG consortia members state-wide; identifies, recruits and screens subject matter experts; creates and maintains directory of subject matter experts and their fields of expertise; connects technical assistance requests with the appropriate partner agency; ensures requests for service are documented in an online database and analyzes information to identify client technical assistance and professional development needs; coordinates events as needed for AEBG consortium members including weekly professional development webinars for the AEBG office and annual summits; develops and implements processes to monitor the quality and effectiveness of technical assistance and professional development provided; maintains effective and timely communication with partners and clients; provides technical assistance as needed in a variety of formats; prepares proposals, reports, flyers and other related information; coordinates data collection and submits required reporting; makes presentations at professional conferences; directs, monitors and evaluates the work of staff.