We are looking for a Bilingual Health Careers Instructor for our funded El Camino Health Pathways Program. This is a transition program (12pm-3pm) for ESL adults who will be going into certified training programs or applying for entry level jobs in the health field. The instructor must be bilingual (English/Spanish), have direct experience in the healthcare field, and knowledge of certification requirements for a wide variety of entry level positions (home health aide, medical assistant, certified nursing, etc. ). The ideal candidate will have good communication skills in English, exhibit professionalism, and be flexible and caring. Resumes and a contact list of 3 references should be emailed to Oilda Martinez, email@example.com
Bilingual (Spanish) Case Manager – St. Nicks Alliance Workforce Development
St. Nicks Alliance‘s Workforce Development division provides comprehensive workforce services leading to employment and a career ladder for unemployed and under-employed community residents. We are currently seeking a Bilingual (Spanish) Case Manager for our Adult Education Program. This position will be conducting assessments for individuals who need help and resources achieving educational (ESOL, HSE and ABE) goals and opportunity for financial stability.
To apply, applicants should send a cover letter indicating position desired, resume, and salary history/requirement electronically to St. Nicks Human Resources at snaworkforceHR@stnicksalliance.org.
St Nicks is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Current Openings: Make the Road New York's Adult Literacy Team is seeking an experienced, bilingual/Spanish proficient ESOL instructor committed to social justice for an intensive part-time position at our our Jackson Heights, Queens community center for our April-June cycle (and potentially for work again beginning in September, depending upon budget.) Our current instructor can't continue to work this schedule for personal reasons and we're seeking a replacement.
The instructor will teach ESOL as well as do class planning, materials creation, individualized follow up with students, and some meetings and professional development.
Strongly Preferred: Teaching Certification or Masters in TESOL; experience working in community based social justice organizations; interest in collaboration and professional development with team members.
Required: BA, at least 3 yrs. experience teaching ESOL to adults & multiple ESOL level classes. Must be creative, organized, and committed to thematic instruction and learner-centered, participatory education; must be able to speak some Spanish with students outside of class if not occasionally within class; Sense of humor/good team player a plus. Excellent computer skills, BEST Plus certification.
Classes will run from early April (wk of 4/11) thru the end of June 2016 with the following schedules:
Days per week, Time, Total hours per week (including prep, mtgs, calls to students), BEST Plus Level:
Monday - Thursdays, 6-8 pm, High Intermediate
Monday - Thursdays, 8-10 pm, Low Intermediate
24.5 hrs, (16 teaching hrs, 8 prep, .5 for mtgs and communication with students)+ on average 1 hr wk for meetings- depending on the week
Note: If you can only teach 8-10pm we will consider your application as well.
Salary Information: Starting compensation is based on a scale set by a democratically-elected personnel committee and will depend on factors such as experience and education. Typically the hourly rate is in the $20's but you're paid for prep hours so it comes out on par with other community based salary rates.
How to Apply: firstname.lastname@example.org. Interviews will likely be held late the week of 3/28 or early the week of 4/4. Classes start 4/11.
Make the Road New York is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and seeks to insure equal opportunity and equal treatment of all employees and applicants for employment without unlawful discrimination as to race, creed, religion, color, citizenship, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, gender identity, genetic information and sexual orientation, in all employment decisions including but not limited to hiring, compensation, benefits, training, termination, and all other terms and conditions of employment.
Spanish HSE Instructor
HANAC Adult Literacy Program
Program HOURS: Mon, Tue, Thur evenings 6 to 9 pm
Position Starts: January 19, 2016
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education and/or Experience required: BA, 3 years’ experience teaching prep classes for the GED/TASC in Spanish
Language Skills: Bi-lingual: English/Spanish. Classes are to be conducted in Spanish.
Interested individuals may respond with a SHORT cover letter and an updated resume to HR Director at email@example.com
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Mercy Center is a comprehensive community center that has been serving women and their families in the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx, NY for over 20 years. We address the needs of the whole person, developing skills for healthy family living and economic advancement and building a community of respect, hospitality and non-violence. Mercy Center provides a range of programs and services to our participants, most of whom are immigrants and almost two-thirds of whom survive on annual household incomes of less than $15,000.
Reports to Director of Adult Education and Workforce Development
Under the direct supervision of the Director of Adult Education & Workforce Development, the Job Developer will provide a variety of employment services to include: seeking job placement opportunities for Mercy Center participants; recruiting employers; assessing employment needs of Mercy Center participants; developing employment training opportunities; and linking participants to appropriate educational, vocational, and social service programs to increase employability. The job developer will provide a variety of administrative functions including but is not limited to: filing various materials for inclusion in participant records; inputting participant records in Mercy Center's data base, producing a variety of reports and documents; and completing necessary forms. The job developer will also teach a Job Readiness course for students wishing to obtain their National Work Readiness Credential and be responsible for the computer skills program. The incumbent will work two evenings a week and occasional weekend hours to accommodate participant needs.
Duties and responsibilities
Position is available immediately. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to: Job Developer Search at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary of Position: The program assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the deputy and/or program director. The program assistant will attend weekly individual and group supervision meetings, assist program managers with data analysis, complete clerical tasks, attend conferences/trainings as needed.
Summary of the Agency: The Coalition for Hispanic Family Services is a multi-service agency serving children and families of North Brooklyn. These include foster care, adoption, youth development, primary health care, mental health, HIV/AIDS case management, community health education and outreach, in-service internships and after school education.
To apply, send your resume to Diana Delgado email@example.com
St. Nicks Alliance Workforce Development in Brooklyn has an immediate opening for a dynamic, part-time instructor for High School Equivalency (HSE) preparation in Spanish. Instructor must be committed to helping our participants achieve educational gains.
Please send resume and cover letter to snaworkforceHR@stnicksalliance.org with HSE Spanish in the subject line. This is a temporary position which may become long term depending on funding.
Intake Clerk at HANAC, INC.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be BEST PLUS certified and have a working knowledge of ASISTS and CAPRICORN Data Bases. Candidates must be flexible and willing to learn programs procedures quickly
Education and/or Experience required:
High School Diploma Required, Associates Degree preferred and at least one year of experience working with ASISTS and administering BEST PLUS.
Bilingual English-Spanish, fluent in both languages, able to interact with students and staff in both languages.
20 hours/wk, Mon-Thurs evenings, at the Corona Beacon (98-02 Roosevelt Avenue). Bilingual Spanish, a must. ($15-$18/hour depending on experience.)
Resume must be sent to Gail Carmichael at GCarmichael@hanac.org with a short cover letter.
RBSCC is seeking a F/T Program Coordinator.
Salary: low 30K
Duties and Responsibilities:
Qualifications: Must possess a High School Diploma, Bachelor degree preferred; 2 years experience working with Adult Programs required; bilingual
APPLY TO: Send resumes and cover letters to firstname.lastname@example.org
Two PT BILINGUAL ESOL/Citizenship Preparation TEACHERS needed for two temporary positions Jan-June 2015 in Jackson Heights, Queens, to teach a Bilingual ESOL/Citizenship Preparation classes for low intermediate or more advanced speakers of English
Description: these positions will be temporary to replace a staff member who will be on leave between Jan - June 2015. The 4 classes taught will target residents from around the Jackson Heights, Queens neighborhood who need to develop the English language skills necessary to pass their Naturalization exams. The classes will use ESOL techniques to help students develop the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills necessary for their exams, and for civic engagement both as residents and future citizens.
The instructor will use core texts and materials provided by USCIS and compliment them with a variety of ESOL and EL-civics texts. Attention to 4 skills, to thematic instruction, cooperative learning, and integration of technology when possible, is expected. The teacher will tailor existing materials to the needs of their students and will use Spanish very occasionally to assist with student comprehension when necessary. Additionally, the teacher is expected to take responsibility for basic administrative duties such as attendance tracking, follow up calls, and some 1 on1 conferencing and surveying to track educational progress as well as to assure that students are connected with support services as needed.
Bilingual Spanish/English, experience teaching ESOL at multiple levels, masters or certification in ESOL instruction strongly preferred, BEST Plus certified, excellent organizational skills, experience teaching in social-justice focused community-based organizations, willingness to participate in brief bi-weekly meetings with program Director either in person or via phone, willingness to call students regularly re: class and attendance issues.
These temporary positions will take over classes starting in January, but we would like anyone we hire to plan to work a couple of hours in December to shadow and plan with the teacher they’ll be temporarily replacing. There are 4 classes--- we are hoping to have two teachers teach two classes each.
M/W 6-9 in Q, T/Th 6-9 in Q & Saturdays: 9-1 & 1:30-5:30 in Queens.
• For a teacher taking the2 night classes you’ll be paid for about 20hrs/wk
• For a teacher taking the 2 Sat classes you’ll be paid for about 14 hrs/wk.
• If 2 teachers each take a pm and a Sat class you’d each be paid about 17 hrs/wk.
Pay: Starting compensation is based on a scale set by a democratically-elected personnel committee and will depend on factors such as experience and education. (Average hourly rates for PT instructors run between $20-25 an hour depending on experience, but teachers are paid for prep and meetings on top of teaching time so the rates end up being fairly comparable to other CBO based classes.)
How to Apply: If interested, please send a resume and cover letter explaining your interest and experience teaching, planning curriculum and working with immigrant New Yorkers to Tempcivicsinstructor14@maketheroadny.org.
Interviews will be held in the second half of November.
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