Employment Bulletin Board
People's Resource Center is hiring a Literacy Coordinator to work 40 hours/week to coordinate the activities of the Literacy Program that result in improved delivery of service and are consistent with program goals and strategies. The Literacy program provides Adult Basic Education, ESL, high school equivalency, and American citizenship services to over 600 clients through a team of 250 volunteers at Wheaton location, Westmont location and several partner organizations in DuPage County. The Literacy Coordinator is part of the Adult Learning and Literacy (ALL) team supervised by the Director of ALL. The Literacy Coordinator’s primary office will be located in Wheaton (201 S. Naperville Rd) and traveling to local sites will be required. Candidate must have a valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle, be able to lift 25 lbs. and be able to work some evening and weekends when necessary.
Director | Workforce Development/Adult & Postsecondary Education Policy
CLASP seeks a deeply committed, strategic, and creative leader with a respectful, collaborative management style to direct CLASP’s CPES Team that focuses on postsecondary education, workforce development, and adult education policy and strategies.
Policy Analyst | Youth
CLASP seeks a policy analyst to support our work around policy, programs, and barriers that affect youth, particularly youth of color. CLASP’s youth policy work takes direct aim at systemic, interconnected barriers that drive economic challenges for today’s generation of youth and young adults.
Partnership Specialist (Spanish) position
The Census Bureau is accepting applications for the Partnership Specialist (Spanish) position. This is a Work at Home position, based in New York (Bronx County, Kings County, New York County, Queens County, or Richmond County). This is a bilingual position.
Do you enjoy meeting people and engaging with the community?
Partnership Specialists develop partnerships within their assigned geographic area with state and local government leaders, community-based organizations, faith-based groups, schools, media outlets, businesses and other grassroots entities in communities. These relationships will be critical in our efforts to break down enumeration barriers in support of the 2020 Census.
The initial cut-off date for this announcement is May 31, 2018. Applicants who apply before the cut-off date will be considered first.
Interested individuals can view the announcement and apply here.
Internal candidates can apply here.
High School Completion Coordinator
This position supervises high school completion (HSC) program instructors, volunteers, and staff. Coordinates curriculum and develops teaching objectives for each level of classes. Establishes policies and guidelines for programs. Cooperates and collaborates with agencies, the college, and the community to provide services and classes. Provides appropriate in-service opportunities for staff.