CCLC is recruiting four One-Stop Operator Managers to work in collaboration with the funder to coordinate service delivery among the Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) One-Stop Partners in Cook County. The partners provide job seekers and employers with information and services to positively impact educational, employment, and business outcomes. The collective goal is to consistently offer seamless services to their shared job seekers and employers. This is an exciting new position.
The RI-BEST Fellow will be responsible for working with adult education providers, employers, postsecondary institutions, and other stakeholders to promote adoption and implementation of the Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST or RI-BEST) approach by adult education and workforce development programs in RI. The fellow will engage stakeholders across sectors in outreach to increase familiarity with the RI-BEST model, and deliver planning and implementation supports. The fellow will primarily work on deliverables for an 18-month implementation grant from the Strada Education Network. The fellow will also support other priority adult education projects, particularly those focused on strengthening alignment between the state’s adult education, workforce development, and postsecondary systems.
The National Coalition for Literacy (NCL) is seeking a part-time executive director to guide NCL and support its Board of Directors in carrying out activities in support of its mission. NCL’s mission is to advance adult education, family literacy, and English language acquisition in the U.S. by increasing public awareness of the need to increase programs and funding; by promoting effective public policy; and by serving as an authoritative resource on national adult education issues. NCL envisions a nation in which all adults are able to fulfill their potential and pursue meet their goals through access to high quality adult education and literacy services provided by an integrated and well-developed system.
Interested applicants should send a résumé/CV and cover letter to Michele Diecuch, Vice President, National Coalition for Literacy, firstname.lastname@example.org by August 31, 2020.
PRC is hiring a Student Assessment Coordinator to work 20hours/week to coordinate placement and assessment activities for adult students in the Adult Learning and Literacy Program(ALL). The ALL program has provided Adult Basic Education, ESL, high school equivalency, and American citizenship services to over 600 clients through a team of 250 volunteers at the Wheaton location, Westmont location and several partner organizations throughout DuPage County. The Student Assessment Coordinator is part of the ALL team and will be supervised by the ALL Manager.
Under the general supervision of the direct supervisor, plans, organizes, controls and directs the overall functioning and management of the District’s Adult Education programs. Included are development of strategies for program growth comprised of resources coordination, general facilities development, partnerships that comprise of developing resources for expanded funding including current sources California Adult Education Program (CAEP), Workforce Innovations and Opportunity Act Title II (WIOA), foundations, corporations, city, and other sources; serve as a member the Northern Alameda Adult Education Collective (NAC) and the Bay Area regional consortia for workforce preparation and partnerships with business; oversee the Adult Education budget, Adult Education Principals and the Evaluation process; serve as the point person for OACE with the District that incorporates any issues that affect OACE including facilities, legal, union, talent development, finance and others that may develop. Interfaces with the California Department of Education (CDE) regarding Federal Program Monitoring (FPM) process, Workforce Innovations and Opportunity Act (WIOA), and CAEP ensuring that OACE activities are aligned with each of those areas.