The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center (Isaacs Center) is a non-profit, multi-service organization focusing primarily on the needs of children and low-income families, out-of-school and out-of-work youth, and aging New Yorkers. We operate at community centers located in the neighborhoods of East Harlem and Yorkville, and seek to deliver programs that are impactful, innovative, and intergenerational.
The Isaacs Center is seeking an experienced, engaging, and results-focused professional to provide 1) focused academic instruction to young adults (16-24 years of age) who are enrolled in Pre-HSE and HSE classes and 2) instructional support to young adults engaged in High School Equivalency and college readiness classes. The Instructor will develop and provide Common Core-aligned instruction in math and science. He/she will work closely with an interdisciplinary team to create learning environments within our Education and Workforce Development Program Model where young adults who have traditionally not found success “in school” will thrive.
To apply: send resume to Shayla Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Isaacs Center is an equal opportunity employer. The agency does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, socio-economic status, marital status, national or ethnic origin, age, religion or creed, disability, or political or sexual orientation. Diversity is a fundamental strength of the Isaacs Center.
The Medical Assistant Training Director will oversee and manage medical assistant training programs in LaGuardia’s Division of Adult and Continuing Education, including the established and successful tuition-based Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) Program and grant-funded Bilingual Medical Assistant (Bilingual MA) Training Program, as well as a new grant-funded program to train young adults in EKG & Phlebotomy. The tuition-based program is made up of a sequence of courses including Medical Terminology, Phlebotomy, EKG, and CCMA Clinical Procedures. The Bilingual MA Training Program prepares English language learners to become culturally competent certified clinical medical assistants through a combination of advanced English language education and enhanced clinical medical assistant training, including core competencies such as patent-centeredness, communication, and teamwork, among others, as well as clinical and administrative skills, and a 100 hour internship. The new grant will be geared at training young adults and opportunity youth in EKG & Phlebotomy in partnership with CommonPoint Queens through the Advance and Earn and Train and Earn programs.
Under the supervision of the Senior Director of Workforce Development and Director of Prehospital Care Programs, the Medical Assistant Training Director is responsible for administering the tuition-based and grant-funded programs, managing operations and ensuring smooth coordination between the different components of the programs and the different departments that are involved. The Medical Assistant Training Director has excellent leadership, communication, and project management skills with a background in healthcare and education. The role includes supervising program staff and instructors, managing relationships with funders and employer partners, providing fiscal and contract oversight, and meeting internal and external reporting requirements.
To apply: https://www.rfcuny.org/careers/postings?pvnID=LA-2007-003662%20
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:
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.
CUNY Start Program Manager at LaGuardia Community College
CUNY Start is an intensive program for incoming college students who have earned either a high school or high school equivalency diploma and need to increase their academic proficiency in reading, writing, and/or mathematics prior to enrollment in college credit classes. The CUNY Office of Academic Affairs, all of the University's seven community colleges, Medgar Evers College, and the College of Staten Island work collaboratively to provide students with an innovative approach to developmental education. CUNY Start is recognized for its carefully designed curriculum and pedagogy, advisement, ongoing professional development, and mentor-based training model.
CUNY Start, recognized as an important University initiative, has consistently proven to be highly effective at reducing and/or eliminating student's remedial needs within one semester. Since 2011, CUNY Start has undergone a large-scale expansion, serving nearly 3.900 students across the system in FY15. In addition, the program is currently participating in a study led by the nationally recognized research group MDRC in partnership with the Community College Research Center at Columbia University (CCRC) to compare CUNY Start student outcomes to other remedial pathways at the college.
Reporting to the Senior Director of Language Acquisition Programs, in the Division of Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) at LaGuardia Community College, the CUNY Start Manager ensures the successful implementation of the CUNY Start and Math Start model, goals, and outcomes, including successful recruitment of students to meet established targets. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Supervises the campus CUNY Start and Math Start teams, including: day-to-day management of staff, provision of human resources information, participation in performance reviews, communication of CUNY Start standard policies and program updates;
- Manage all aspects of the campus CUNY Start and Math Start budgets, payroll, and human resource systems.
- Establishes and maintains relationships on behalf of the CUNY Start and Math Start programs with campus departments, including admissions, testing and any other departments that can assist with referral of students into the program and support their matriculation into degree programs upon completion;
- Ensures CUNY Start and Math Start have appropriate space to operate, including classrooms, office space, and computer labs;
- Works closely with the CUNY Start University Director and Central Office Leadership team to develop and standardize program operations;
- Collaborates with the CUNY Start curriculum and professional development team (math, writing/reading and advisement) to support successful delivery of the CUNY Start curriculum and the development of teachers and advisors in the program's instructional model at his/her campus;
- Manages ongoing communications regarding CUNY Start and Math Start with college leadership;
- Works in a flexible, collaborative, and responsive manner with multiple stakeholders to achieve CUNY Start and Math Start outcomes and goals;
- Utilizes program data (provided by the CUNY Start Research and Evaluation team) to discuss CUNY Start and Math Start outcomes with college leadership and for ongoing program development purposes.
Bachelor's degree and six years' related experience required.
Master's degree in education, higher education, student services or a related field strongly preferred. Five years of working experience in education, preferably in adult education at the college level working with diverse populations. Able to work in a fast-paced environment with strong written and oral communication skills, along with knowledge of PeopleSoft systems preferred.
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Commonpoint Queens is seeking to hire two full-time Instructors (pre-HSE and HSE) for the Advance & Earn Program. The goal of the Advance & Earn Program is to provide a career pathway for opportunity youth through a continuum of services including literacy and math instruction, HSE test preparation, work readiness training, college and career exploration, paid work experience, advanced occupational training and industry credential attainment.
The Instructors will:
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND REQUIRED COMPETENCIES
To apply: Please send a resume and cover letter to Brynn McCormick at BMcCormick@CommonpointQueens.org with the subject “HSE Instructor.”
Future Now at Bronx Community College provides learning opportunities to enrich the academic, social, and professional development of young adults, ages 17-24. Future Now’s central mission is to help young people create successful futures through the attainment of a higher education degree.
The Future Now Program at Bronx Community College seeks a highly responsible, organized, and dedicated full-time Program Assistant with outstanding administrative and organizational skills to do intensive data entry and provide administrative support to Future Now’s HSE and College Programs. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Future Now, the Program Assistant will assist with the daily needs of the successful operations of Future Now.
Starting salary will depend on factors such as experience and education. Future Now is a program of the Research Foundation of CUNY which offers a generous benefit package including health insurance and Retirement Fund.
To Apply: Please e-mail your resume to Margie Arce (Office Manager) at Margie.Arce@bcc.cuny.edu or please call 718 289-5843
ESOL Job-Readiness Employment Coordinator (Full Time)
Henry Street Settlement
Founded in 1893 by social work and public health pioneer Lillian Wald and based on Manhattan's Lower East Side, Henry Street Settlement delivers a wide range of social service, arts and health care programs to more than 50,000 New Yorkers each year.
As Employment Coordinator, much of your time will be spent teaching contextualized English and Job Readiness skills to groups of wonderfully diverse ESOL students and providing 1-on-1 coaching to help them successfully obtain and maintain viable long-lasting employment.
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