Employment Bulletin Board


Glendale Community College

Interim Dean, Continuing Education

Glendale Community College seeks a leader who is dedicated to all aspects of student success and closing equity gaps, to apply for its Interim Dean of Continuing Education position. GCC seeks a true collaborator who will prioritize our students in decision-making and setting strategy for the College’s continuing education operations that support teaching and learning. We prioritize applicants who demonstrate they understand the benefits that a diverse student population brings to a community college.

Friendly House

ELT Outreach Specialist

The ELT Outreach Specialist (OS)is responsible for participating in outreach/recruitment activities and events on behalf of the FH/DES ASA program. The OS identifies and recruits new students through community partnerships and social media promotions. The OS seeks community resources to help reduce student barriers to learning English. Provides assistance with services including resource navigation, information and referral services, and support services. The OS assists with the registration process and the trimester and semi-annual reports for the Department of Economic Security. Creates and maintain relationships with students, instructors, case managers, and other community stakeholders to support student success, retention, and progression toward student goals. Performs other duties as needed.

Lane Community College

Faculty-English as A Second Language (ESL) - JDEI First Year Fellowship

The English as a Second Language Division is seeking to hire a skilled educator with a passion for teaching and content expertise in English as a Second Language (ESL). The focus of teaching responsibilities will be in ESL courses. Faculty members are expected to be skilled educators, with a passion for teaching and continuous improvement in best practices that support equitable student success. The primary responsibilities of full-time faculty is to provide quality education and teaching in a range of community college courses, which may include transfer and/or career technical courses, and to engage in academic professional activities which advance the goals of the College and Division. Faculty members are responsible for following College and Division policies and procedures in support of teaching and learning.

UMass Dartmouth

Director of Workers' Education Program

The Director is responsible for the overall vision, coordination, educational leadership, financial management, grant management, and administration for the Workers’ Education Program, an Adult Education (AE) program consisting of English for Speaker of Other Languages (ESOL), Adult Basic Education (ABE) literacy through high school equivalency preparation, and Massachusetts Skills Training Program (MassSTEP) classes for adult learners in the Greater New Bedford area. The Director develops policies and procedures for all aspects of the AE program ensuring compliance with funding requirements. The Director manages and supervises all staff and oversees the hiring and training process. The Director is responsible for working with community partners to identify and address workforce development needs. The Director is responsible for grant writing and preparing and maintaining budgets, reports and statistics for funders and supervisor.

Kansas Regents

Associate Director For High School Equivalency

The Associate Director for High School Equivalency serves in the Workforce Development unit and is responsible for policy implementation and administration of High School Equivalency (HSE) for GED® Testing and the Kansas Pathway to Career Diploma Program within the state of Kansas. The Associate Director will provide policy implementation, administration of the programs, and supervision of all official HSE programs within Kansas in accordance with State statutes and regulations and the HSE examination vendor policies and procedures. In addition, the Associate Director will collaborate with the Director for Adult Education and other stakeholders throughout the state to increase the number of adults who are aware of and participate in HSE programs to gain the skills needed to succeed in career-training programs and/or college, and the workforce, thus contributing to the economy and overall health of the state. Read full job description.

Vita Education Services

Executive Director

We seek a dynamic and strategic leader to spearhead our mission, manage multiple programs, and propel Vita to new heights. As Executive Director, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the organization’s future, fostering innovation, and maximizing our impact on the lives of adult learners.
Friendly House

College and Career Readiness Advisor

The College and Career Readiness advisor is responsible in delivering program and services to participants enrolled in the TRIO Talent Search Program.

University of Iowa, College of Education

Director, Iowa Reading Research Center

The director will serve a key role in overseeing the day-to-day operations of the IRRC and serving as a statewide expert and advocate for evidence-based literacy instructional strategies. They will work collaboratively with leaders from Iowa’s educational systems, state government, local agencies, and community groups to help coordinate all components of Iowa’s comprehensive literacy initiative and integrate research into the design of best practice strategies to promote literacy development statewide.

Penn State

Research Associate

Serving as Co-Director for Institute Administration, this position entails writing proposals to secure grants and contracts for the Institutes’ direct service programs, research, professional development, and other activities; directing the Institutes’ externally funded projects; building and maintaining professional relationships with various local, state, and national literacy, adult education, and workforce education groups; managing administrative tasks related to the Institutes, including the management of personnel; overseeing two online post baccalaureate certificates; disseminating research and providing professional development via conferences, workshops, webinars, and other venues; and providing relevant service to the field of adult and family literacy and adult basic education (ABE).