Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Adult Basic Education Instructor Opening at Academy of Hope

Academy of Hope currently has an opening for a part-time Adult Basic Education instructor. This instructor will teach Academy of Hope classes at the Department of Employment Services (DOES) Naylor Career Center in Southeast Washington, DC.

  • Bachelors Degree in Education, Social Services or a related field.
  • Teaching certification is a plus.
  • Must have experience teaching and working with adult learners.
To apply for this position, send resumes to jobs@aohdc.org and use “DOES Instructor” as your subject line. Submit by COB this Thursday, October 21. Classes are scheduled to start November 1.

Position details are described below.

Adult Basic Education/GED Instructor (contractor)
Organization: Academy of Hope
Location: DOES Naylor Career Center, 2626 Naylor Road, Southeast Washington, DC

Academy of Hope is offering a new adult education program at The Department of Employment Services. This program is part of a collaborative partnership with The Workplace DC. We are currently recruiting a contractor Adult Basic Education Instructor to teach during the morning – afternoon hours. This position will be very independent with minimal supervision.

Adult Basic Education/GED Instructor Responsibilities:
  • Provide reading, writing, math, and social studies instruction to a class of 15-20 adults.
  • Develop lesson plans and course curricula that are responsive to the students’ needs and consistent with Academy of Hope’s programmatic standards.
  • Target individual academic needs based on both formal and informal assessments.
  • Set a positive example for students by providing strong classroom management, incentives for success, and correction as necessary. 
  • Communicate with Program Coordinator, AOH lead staff members and collaborative members regarding students’ academic progress and desired program improvements.
  • Represent AOH during case management, staff and collaborative meetings.
  • Control, organize and update data including intake, testing and attendance.

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