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The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy

Associate Programs Fellow

The Associate Programs Fellow is a 1-year term-limited and part time (25 – 30 hours) position whose primary responsibility is helping to support the Barbara Bush Foundation’s programs including curriculum, research, and project-management activities as well additional project(s) as assigned. Reporting to the VP of Mission and Programs, this role will also support the CEO, COO, Sr. Advisor and other program staff on a project basis.

Oakland Unified School District

Director - Adult and Career Education

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.

Oakland Unified School District

Principal, Adult Education (2020-21)

Under the general direction of the Director of Adult Education:

  • organize, coordinate, and administer assigned programs and services related to student discipline, attendance, and instruction;
  • assist with administrative duties involving Adult Education, including, but not limited to:
  • student conduct, curriculum development, and school site operations;
  • supervising and evaluating the performance of assigned certificated and classified teachers, coaches, classified support staff, volunteers, and interns as directed.
  • Assist the Director in providing educational leadership within the Adult Education Department, aligning the goals and objectives with the overall strategic vision of the District.
  • The Principal of Adult Education has thorough understanding of the particular academic and social emotional needs of adult learners and other individuals served by the adult education programs and may occasionally teach adult education courses named on their respective credential document.