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|Job Title||Instructor I, Adult Education and Literacy Program (PT)|
|Location||San Antonio, TX, US|
JOB SUMMARY: Conduct appropriate level of Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) Program instruction for adult students in the areas of adult basic education (ABE), adult secondary education (ASE), English as a Second Language (ESL), General Education Development (GED), and college and career readiness as established by ESC-20 and Texas Workforce Commission (TWC).
Bachelor’s degree required.
Knowledge of adult student characteristics.
Knowledge of adult basic education content areas.
Teaching ability in adultbasic education or GED content areas.
Ability to organize data to produce student reports.
Ability to make decisions concerning student instruction.
Demonstrated effective job-related skills that model effective integration of technology.
Demonstrated competence with assisting others to appropriately integrate technology into the curriculum.
Proficiency with standard functions within electronic applications such as MS Office (e.g., word processing, electronic spreadsheets) and e-mail.
Proficiency with computers (PCs and/or MACs) to include desktop management, file management and operations, and working in a network environment.
Exceptions to these requirements will be considered based on exemplary skills, training, and record of success.
Responsible for the implementation of basic education instruction to adult students.
Under minimum supervision, conduct instruction as specified in AEL program curriculum guide and handbook.
With the assistance of the supervisor, plan a program of study that meets the individual needs, interests, and abilities of the adult student.
Maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning.
Use a variety of instructional methods and techniques.
Meet and instruct classes as designated.
Prepare for all classes assigned.
Determine the correct entry level of students.
Evaluate student progress regularly.
Register and orientate students.
Maintain accurate, complete, and up-to-date records.
Use instructional materials wisely.
Counsel with students regarding instruction and program services.
Make routine decisions regarding the everyday operation of the classes assigned.
Plan ahead for all assigned duties.
Maintain knowledge of effective teaching.
React to immediate and changing needs of students and supervisors.
Provide suggestions for improving AEL program instruction and operating procedures.
Interact with student, aides and the general public.
Communicate frequently with students, aides and supervisor.
Communicate regularly with general public.
Establish positive rapport with students served.
Keep in close contact with direct supervisor and team concerning personal absences or other events that relate to the job duties.
SUPERVISION AND ORGANIZATION OF STAFF
Function within the policies and administrative procedures of ESC-20.
Serve at the will of the Executive Director.
Accept other responsibilities as assigned.
Comply with the requirements of the ESC-20 Quality Management Systems (QMS) as detailed in the ESC-20 Quality Manual, Quality Procedures, and Work Instructions.
Dress and groom appropriately for the ESC-20 work setting.
Attend all meetings and inservice training as needed.
Travel independently to fulfill the requirements of the position.
The ESC-20 Adult Education & Literacy program is federally funded out of the “Workforce Investment Act, Title II: Adult Education and Family Literacy Act” and is implemented in compliance with all applicable statutory and regulatory provisions.
This position is federally funded out of “Workforce Investment Act, Title II: Adult Education and Family Literacy Act” and all duties associated with this position are allowable and allocable to the grant. Time and effort records for this position are in accordance with the requirements in theOffice of Management and Budget (OMB) circulars.
|How To Apply|
Visit the ESC-20 Employment website for online application procedures and FAQs.
Region 20 considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex, marital or veteran status, the presence of a medical condition, disability, or any other legally-protected status. Region 20 does not discriminate in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities. (Questions regarding Title IX, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Americans with Disabilities Act should be referred to the Associate Director, Business and Human Resource Services)
|Work Schedule||Part-time (see details below)|
|Other/Shift Information||Work schedules include mornings, afternoons, and evenings as needed.|
|Expected Starting Salary Range|
|Pay Grade Range||Grade 09 - Hourly $21.20|