Sanford School Department is seeking an Adult Education Director for Sanford Community Adult Education (SCAE) to provide educational leadership in the areas of continuing education, high school completion, career skills training and enrichment opportunities through the end of the 19/20 school year. The hours for this interim position will be negotiable.
PRC is hiring a MOS Certification Coordinator to work 20 hours/week to coordinate MOS Certification classes and activities ensuring training is delivered according to program procedures and guidelines. Duties include training and supporting program volunteers, managing schedules, communicating with partner organizations and collecting program data. The MOS Certification Coordinator will supervise 4 volunteer instructors and coordinate the provision of 6 free classes annually serving more than 50 students. Over 90% of the students have received certification in MOS Word and MOS Excel.
This position provides leadership, management and supervision for all aspects of the Performance and Accountability department within College and Career Readiness. This position also serves as chief/lead analyst for performance data collection, analysis, and submissions for state and federal agencies; as well as oversees a team to collect and coordinate student data submissions for enrollment to CCR programs. Additional oversight includes directing all program audits and monitoring.
Texas State University is seeking an outstanding candidate to join us in preparing reflective, transformative, and equity-driven educators, leaders, and scholars in our Graduate Programs in Adult, Professional, and Community Education (APCE). This position requires teaching, research, and service.
PRC is hiring an Adult Computer Literacy Coordinator to work 40 hours/week to coordinate computer literacy program activities at multiple locations, ensuring services are delivered according to program procedures and guidelines. Duties include training and supporting program volunteers, managing schedules, communicating with partner organizations and collecting program data. Using a multi-pronged approach to digital literacy, the Adult Computer Literacy Program serves more than 1000 individuals each year by providing opportunities to learn new skills, gain confidence, earn certifications, and enter the digital age. Free computer classes are taught at Wheaton, Westmont and 8 partner locations by over 110 volunteer instructors.