- Adult Basic Education (ABE) Teacher
- ALE Case Manager
- Data Program Associate
- ESOL Teachers
- ESOL/HSE Instructor - Conceptualized Medical Billing
- Fast Track HSE Teacher
- Literacy Zone Data Assistant
- Literacy Zone Resource Specialist
- Program Assistants
- TASC Clerk
Brooklyn Public Library's Adult Learning Department is seeking qualified candidates for the following part time opportunities:
HSE Program Specialist
Brooklyn Public Library Adult Learning office seeks a highly organized, responsible and dedicated individual willing to help adult learners meet their educational goals. The full-time High School Equivalency (HSE) Program Specialist will provide high quality professional educational and administrative support for WIOA Program Area 1 and HSE pathways (TASC and NEDP).
The schedule for this position is as follows:
The TASC Clerk will provide quality professional support for the Brooklyn Public Library’s High School Equivalency Dept. located at the Pacific branch. Responsibilities will include assisting HSE (TASC testing) through planning, organizing, scheduling TASC exams (English/Spanish), and preparing test materials for 2-3 TASC testing sites. Duties also include, processing examinee information, collaborate with Adult Learning Center staff and external partners to schedule participants, advise and refer applicants as needed. The TASC Clerk will serve as a resource for all HSE students, potential test takers, and examinees, track examinees achievement by collecting data utilizing the appropriate management systems (DRC testing portal and Google Drive). Assist with administering NYSED required standardized assessments (TASC Readiness) as needed.
The work schedule will be:
Alternate Friday/Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm
To apply send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
ESL/Workplace Literacy Instructor- Evening class in Washington Heights (Manhattan)
The Jewish Community Council of GCI is looking to hire an experienced Adult ESL/Workplace Literacy Instructor to provide ESL/Workplace Literacy instruction to adults in Washington Heights. Class will meet 3 evenings per week from 6-9pm. Duties include: assessing/testing students, providing appropriate instruction etc. BA and excellent English written/oral skills required. BEST Plus certification and experience teaching workplace literacy strongly preferred. Resumes should be sent to email@example.com. Please indicate "Washington Heights ESL Instructor" in the subject line.
The Harbor Heights Middle School serves recent arrivals from Spanish-speaking countries. The school strives to offer extra social, academic, and emotional support to their students. Harbor Heights’ leadership team has partnered with the Y to deliver the Schools Out New York City (SONYC) program to its students in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grades. Since September 2014, both Harbor Heights and the Y have remained focused on the educational vision of building on children’s critical thinking in their own lives.
We are seeking candidates who can assist students with their homework between 2:00-3:30PM. This is an unpaid position, however, those who are interested in applying can earn hours towards their internship or community service. Tutors must be able to speak Spanish and English fluently. Candidates need to be able to assist with homework assignments in ELA and/or Math (knowledge in other subjects such as Social Studies and sciences are a plus). Bachelor of Arts/Science degree and/or experience with teaching or tutoring is a plus.
Please send resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Impact is seeking an Adult Programs Coordinator
Basic Duties and Functions:
Reporting to the Senior Associate Director, the Program Coordinator will oversee comprehensive support services for Community Impact’s network of adult education and workforce programs and coordinate new initiatives in Upper Manhattan.
MSW degree and/or equivalent with a minimum three years’ related social service experience required. Strong computer proficiency (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and Google Suite) and database management skills required. Strong administrative and organizational skills and ability to work independently and to handle multiple tasks and changing priorities in a busy environment necessary. Experience in adult education, workforce development, and program evaluation preferred.
How to apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to SANDY HELLING, Director of Adult Programs, email@example.com.
The Adult Learning Center is located within the Division of Continuing Education at NYC College of Technology. We provide free English as a Second Language classes and High School Equivalency classes to adult learners. We operate as a community-based organization, providing important services to those in need.
We are looking for a part-time Lab Tech to work at our Borough Park, Brooklyn site Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Duties include but are not limited to:
Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point), and Web browsers. Experience with Apple operating system as the computer lab is entirely Mac.
$22-$25 hourly wage, will be commensurate with experience
To apply: Email resumes and cover letter to Leah Clay-Youman firstname.lastname@example.org and Paige Cline email@example.com
The Adult Education Program is seeking a dynamic, hardworking educator who has significant experience working with diverse adult, non-traditional high school equivalency populations at a variety of ABE levels, including HSE. Knowledge of the New York State –approved Test Assessing Secondary Completion (TASC), TABE testing and NRS levels. Experience teaching HSE-related disciplines: math, science, writing, reading and social studies is required. Position available immediately: Classes are held in the evenings from 6pm-9pm, Mondays and Wednesdays.
Candidate must have experience using technology in the classroom, interdisciplinary adult education curricula, and utilizing a variety of assessment methods.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor of Arts/Science degree, plus at least two (2) years adult education and/or non-traditional teaching ABE and/or HSE, along with relevant adult education professional development. Must have excellent interpersonal skills that inspire and relate to student population.
Salary: $34.85 per hour
Please send cover letter with the names and contact information of (3) references, and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
ESL Instructor- Morning class in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn
The Jewish Community Council of GCI is looking to hire an experienced Adult ESL Instructor to provide ESL instruction to adults in Brooklyn. Class meets on Mondays and Fridays from 8-11am.
Duties include: assessing/testing students, providing appropriate instruction etc.
BA and excellent English written/oral skills required. BEST Plus certification strongly preferred.
Resumes should be sent to email@example.com. Please indicate "Brooklyn ESL Instructor" in the subject line.
The Borough of Manhattan Community College Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development (BMCC) is seeking for immediate hire a creative and capable part time ESOL instructor for the grant funded Integrated English Language and Civics Education (IELCE) program. IELCE is an innovative program that combines English language acquisition with high demand technology workforce training. Students are co-enrolled in technology training and ESOL classes that directly support the language demands of that training. The IELCE Instructor must have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint as well as a commitment to effective contextualized instruction in the ESOL classroom. In addition to instruction, the IELCE Instructor will assist the IELCE staff as they guide students through the educational sequence of the program—from initial recruitment and assessment to placement in the multi-leveled IELCE program where students acquire marketable computer skills and high-demand, industry-recognized certifications leading to employment. The Instructor will collaborate with partner agencies and work with students from diverse backgrounds.
Class schedule Monday through Friday from 1-3 with possibility of additional hours.
$32 an hour.
Please submit a cover letter detailing your related work experience along with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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