The AELP provides classes in English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Citizenship, and HSE preparation for adults ages 18 and above. The AELP incorporates job readiness, job placement, and college preparation into its curriculum. The goal of the program is to help adults improve their English language proficiency, enhance literacy skills, gain citizenship, obtain HSEs, and obtain or improve employment.
Duties will include managing the AELP department across OBT’s Brooklyn sites; ensuring that all contractual requirements are met and data is accurately entered into funder databases; providing guidance and support related to new funding proposals; helping to implement standardized ESOL, CIVICS, and HSE curricula for the use of all instructors; ensuring that instructors deliver relevant, student-driven curriculum that integrates technology, authentic assessment, health literacy, and work readiness skills; overseeing recruitment, registration and orientation for new students; administering and managing student testing; acting as liaison between TASC testing center and OBT students.
Qualifications: Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree; preferably Master’s in Education, Administration or related field and minimum of two years of experience in Adult Education; must possess excellent oral and written communication skills; BEST Plus certification and knowledge of NRS reporting standards required; proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite; Salesforce, CAPRICORN and/or other database experience preferred; high oral proficiency in Spanish preferred; community outreach and partnership experience a plus; must be able to work flexible hours to include evenings. Must be willing to travel between all program sites.
To apply for the above position please send resume, cover letter, and salary requirements to Caitlan Parker at email@example.com.