Employment Bulletin Board
COABE is pleased to provide the following Employment Opportunities Bulletin Board, an all new benefit created especially for our members that are looking for adult education employment opportunities.
Windham Raymond School District
RSU 14 serves the beautiful Sebago Lakes communities of Windham and Raymond, which are located twenty minutes from Portland and thirty minutes from the cities of Lewiston/Auburn. The seven schools that comprise our district are dedicated to the success of all, including the 750 staff members and the 3400 students. Our school community hires only the most committed teachers who embrace the use of technology and 21st century teaching and learning standards to ensure the highest quality education. We seek to support, engage and develop high expectations for all students and staff members, and offer multiple opportunities for a rich and individualized educational experience. New and experienced teachers are provided multiple opportunities for professional growth, and partnerships with four local universities foster the belief that we are a community of learners. Our students consistently test above State averages, exceed graduation rates and 86% of our students continue with post-secondary study.
Must have approved Maine CHRC at time of hire. Maine Assistant Director of Adult Education Certification preferred.
Please refer to the Windham Raymond website: www.windhamraymondschools.org 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
Carlos Rosario Public Charter School
PART-TIME ESL INSTRUCTOR (EVENING)
The ESL instructor supports the school’s mission by preparing our adult immigrant students to become productive and civically engaged residents of the Washington, DC. The instructor accomplishes this by providing excellent instruction that supports students’ diverse educational backgrounds, learning styles, and English language abilities. The responsibilities of the position include creating materials specific to the assigned level, selecting class textbooks, designing a class syllabus, and writing daily lesson plans to directly address all student needs.
Schedule: 6 p.m.– 9 p.m. (Monday-Thursday)