Under general direction, acts as technical lead in the development and modification of Web-based data management systems and applications; plans, codes, implements and supports .NET, ColdFusion, and Structured Query Language (SQL) Server-based technology solutions to meet clients’ technology needs; utilizes the system development life cycle to ensure the creation of quality systems; performs other duties as assigned.
Provide assistance to agency staff from Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)-funded and other-funded adult education agencies, schools, community colleges, workforce development, community-based organizations, prisons, and other agencies.
The ABE/ASE Instructor is a tenure-track faculty position reporting to the Dean of Adult Education and ESL Division. Primary instruction areas are Adult Basic Education, Adult Secondary Education (ASE), and transition courses under Bridge to Careers and Integrated Career and Academic Preparation System (ICAPS) programs. The ABE/ASE program helps students earn their high school equivalency and helps prepare students for college and a career. It is part of the educational pathway from ABE/ASE instruction, post-secondary education, and career training. Other responsibilities include academic advisement, curriculum development and coordination with the academic divisions for transition programs, recruitment and retention, service on college and division committees, and compliance with ICCB Adult Education professional development, performance, and other ICCB requirements.
The state network manager will work with the State Network Director, other NSC staff, and state partners to support the development and promotion of NSC’s SkillSPAN (Skills State Policy Advocacy Network) – a first ‐ever national network of state coalitions working to advance state skills policies. The state network manager will work to coordinate NSC staff capacities to provide customized technical assistance to state coalitions toward policy impacts. The state network manager will also help the state team develop policy peer learning opportunities across state coalitions.
The Executive Director is responsible for the leadership and implementation of the organization’s strategic mission as determined by the Board; supervises staff, contractors, and volunteers; and manages the daily operations of a multi-faceted not-for- profit organization that provides adult basic education and English language instruction to adult students via one-to-one volunteer/student tutoring, and small-group classroom instruction.
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.