Employment Bulletin Board


Vermont Adult Learning

Education Advisor

The Educational Advisor works closely with adult students (ages 16 and up), families, local high schools, and community partners to develop Personalized Learning Plans (PLPs) that will help students reach their educational and career goals. These goals often include earning a high school diploma through the High School Completion Program. Advisors build positive relationships with students to support and encourage them along the journey mapped out in their Personalized Learning Plans. Advisors are also responsible for the ongoing management of student records. This position requires a commitment to student opportunity and equity along with a dedication to continual reflection and improvement.

Minnesota Department of Education

Adult Education High School Equivalency and Accountability Specialist-Educ Specialist 2

This position exists to lead, coordinate and provide technical assistance for high school equivalency testing and credentialing, provide support for Standard Adult High School Diploma programming and other Adult Education programming, and co-lead Adult Education data and financial reporting and analysis procedures.


Program Director

Tutoring English to Advance Change (TEACH) works to enrich the quality of life of all immigrants so that they may actively participate in and contribute to their communities. Through free individualized instruction, mentoring and support, TEACH empowers adult learners to build their strengths and develop confident voices, enabling them to advocate for themselves and their families in all dimensions of life.

TEACH provides these community-based services to adult immigrants from 43 countries through the efforts of a dedicated corps of more than 300 volunteer literacy tutors.

The Program Director helps to fulfill the mission of TEACH by working with the programs team to coordinate, develop, and manage day-to-day program activities, and by collaborating with the Executive Director, and volunteers.

Community College of Rhode Island

RI-BEST Adult Education Facilitator

Adult Education Facilitators work with Bridge to Best and RI-BEST students to develop long-term independent skills in content area foundations and pre-college mathematics. AE Facilitators help students become independent learners and to transition from tutorial support as they enter CCRI pathways.

Community College of Rhode Island

Coordinator, Adult Education

Adult Education (AE) Coordinator coordinates student supports, scheduling, and data management for Adult Basic Education activities with the adult education team at CCRI. The AE Coordinator provides possible solutions to assist students facing barriers, and documents recruitment, orientation and next-step transition planning. The AE Coordinator prepares reports on funded activities in coordination with director.

Community College of Rhode Island

Executive Director of Adult Education and Multi-Language Programs

The Executive Director will be responsible for developing a strategic vision and implementation plan to provide statewide opportunities for adult learners to access a variety of non-credit and credit-bearing literacy and language services with the goal of enhancing CCRI’s role as the partner of choice for adult education and multi-language programming. The Executive Director will work closely with all divisional staff to achieve the goals of the division in accordance with the mission, core values, and purposes of the college.

Lane Community College

Faculty - ABSE Special Needs and Learning Disabilities

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.

Wisconsin Literacy

Associate Director

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Associate Director has both internal and external facing responsibilities. The Associate Director partners closely with the Executive Director to chart WL’s planned response to organizational opportunities and challenges and plays a critical role as strategic thought-partner for the Executive Director.

The State University of New York

Director of Academic Affairs

The Director of Academic Affairs will serve as the Chief Academic Officer for SUNY UCAWD and will have primary academic oversight for educational and training programs and special initiatives offered by the statewide system of Educational Opportunity Centers (EOC) and Advanced Technology Training and Information Networking (ATTAIN) Labs.  Reporting directly to the Associate Provost and Director of UCAWD, the Director of Academic Affairs, will be responsible for directing academic policies and learning strategies and ensuring that system wide goals and objectives are met.   This position will also serve as a system wide resource on technology based education and online instructional design.  This position is responsible for creating and sustaining an environment of academic and professional excellence for students and participants and a collaborative working environment with internal and external constituencies.

Umpqua Community College

Director of the Woolley Adult Education Center

This position provides day to day leadership, supervision and management of a wide range of adult education programs through the Woolley Adult Education Center. The position is responsible for Title II grant funding planning, activities, and reporting; overseeing the facility and operations on Harvard Avenue; managing the partnership with Wolf Creek Job Corps (WCJC); overseeing GED, Skill Review, English as a Second Language and Adult Basic Education curriculum; developing of community relationships and partnerships; working collaboratively with campus  constituents on communications, marketing, recruitment, retention and career initiatives and developing new programs to reach underserved adults; and supervising and managing personnel.