The Director for Adult Education & English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) serves as the leader for the Adult Education and ESOL Programs and is responsible for ensuring that program structures and procedures are in place for effective operation. This position provides leadership to support instructional excellence, grant fiscal management, professional development, resource development, community collaborations, and continuous improvement through program accountability. This position must work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community and ensure that the programs are serving the needs of the learners and the broader community while meeting grant requirements
PGP offers tutors extensive education on ethical volunteerism, the injustices manifest in our carceral system, and the basics of tutoring practice, through a 5-hour pre-service training program and several tutor development trainings offered each term. The Director of Curriculum and Training will enhance PGP’s training with an increased focus on the practice of tutoring, and will train tutors, observe them, and coach tutors and staff to continually improve their tutoring practice. The Director will also play a key role in helping staff, tutors, and students use academic and other progress data to reflect on, inform, and improve tutoring support, pursuant to helping students pursue their educational goals. The Director of Curriculum and Training reports to the Executive Director, and collaborates extensively with the Director of Program Operations, Director of Justice Education, and all regional program staff. With no direct reports, but significant responsibility for supporting the performance of program staff, the Director of Curriculum and Training must be highly collaborative.
The Assistant Program Manager assists the director to plan and manage assigned educational programs, grants, contracts, and activities for Adult Basic Education for College & Career at campus locations, three Adult Learning Centers, district-wide, and in the community.
The position will lead instructional support to ensure high quality educational and support services to students and compliance with federal, state, and College regulations and policies.
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.
Horizons Youth Services is committed to the Job Corps vision of the future, and we are engaged participants in this renaissance. Horizons Youth Services believes that a strong team approach achieves optimum student performance outcomes. Horizons Youth Services is actively seeking energetic, dynamic, talented, and qualified individuals to fill various positions at multiple locations within all areas of management at center and corporate locations.
Positions represent great opportunities to grow with a progressive corporation that plants the seeds to success by providing growth and development services to young people and its staff.
Aztec is seeking regional sales representatives for multiple territories with seasoned experience in education technology and/or traditional publishing. Sales representatives assist and support clients in transforming the educational experience of adult learners. The sales representatives are responsible for developing an effective and innovative educational solution that addresses educational programs’ needs and challenges centered around adult learners. The ideal candidate possesses a quantifiable success record with a demonstrated ability to meet and exceed goals while maintaining a people-centered and mission-driven approach. A strong interest and knowledge in educational resources is a must. This is a home-based position.
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.
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.