Adult Education/Adult Education Instructor - ABLE/GED/AspireDate Posted:
Upper Valley Career Center Adult Technology CenterClosing Date:
Upper Valley Career Center - websiteGeneral Job Description:
This individual will create adult individual learning plans, assess and monitor student progress, identify literacy needs of limited English speakers, and plan and implement lesson plans in a multi-level ESOL classroom. The individual will assist with transition from Aspire -ESOL classes into post-secondary enrollment/employment opportunities. The classes meet on a contract basis with a workplace partner. Classes meet for 10 week sessions, in person and/or virtual. Sessions happen several times per year. Must be able to travel to Piqua and Rossburg as needed for classes. Potential for other classes. Responsibilities
Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Assess students according to Aspire policy and place each participant into the appropriate level in the program.
- Create and implement lesson plans.
- Maintain records of the appropriate student data and ensure that all student records are accurate and current.
- Provide support services to the adult learner and refer students who need services that cannot be satisfied by our program to other agencies.
- Maintain knowledge of Aspire policies to ensure that accurate information is available to students that inquire about the Aspire program.
- Promote the program and recruit students through networking with local schools and community groups.
- Perform other duties as needed.
- Bachelor's degree is required. A bachelor's degree in Linguistics, English with TESOL certification, Education, Counseling, or Social Work is preferred.
- Previous experience teaching English to speakers of other languages is preferred.
- Previous experience or knowledge of the Aspire program is preferred.
- Teaching experience and lesson planning experience with adult learners is preferred.
- Applicants must be available to work hours as needed and assigned.
- Meets Aspire program requirements for professional development as a new program employee and professional development as required for the specific assignment.
- Conducts intake procedures for new participants.
- Adheres to the Licensure Code of Professional Conduct for Ohio Educators.
- Able to obtain a valid Ohio license/certificate or adult permit appropriate for the assignment.
- Meets all mandated health screening requirements.
- Maintains a record free of criminal violations that would prohibit public school employment. Able to successfully pass a BCI/FBI background check.
- Maintains compliance with drug-free workplace rules, Board policies, and other applicable procedures/guidelines.
Appropriate placement on the Adult Division Instructional Intermittent/Hourly Salary Schedule to be determined by education and experience. Compensation is $22 per hour, on an as-needed basis. Maximum less than 839 hours in an academic year. One-year contract with opportunity for renewal. The class meets on Monday and Wednesday from 5PM - 8PM. Other Benefits:
State Teachers Retirement System and Worker's Compensation offered. Upon hire, additional benefits may be offered dependent upon hours worked, job classification, and placement on the Upper Valley Career Center Salary Schedule. Some benefits are a shared cost between the employee and the Board of Education. Performance Evaluation:
Job performance is evaluated according to policy provisions and contractual agreements adopted by the Upper Valley Career Center.
This job posting description identifies general responsibilities and is not intended to be a complete list of all duties performed. The information contained in this document is subject to change in response to student demographics, staffing factors, funding variables, modified operating procedures, program/curriculum changes, and unforeseen events.