- Adult Basic Education (ABE) Teacher
- ALE Case Manager
- Data Program Associate
- ESOL Teachers
- ESOL/HSE Instructor - Conceptualized Medical Billing
- Fast Track HSE Teacher
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- TASC Clerk
Brooklyn Public Library's Adult Learning Department is seeking qualified candidates for the following part time opportunities:
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
CUNY NYC College of Technology
Schedule: Saturdays, 9am-3pm
The Adult Learning Center at CUNY NYC College of Technology is seeking dynamic Spanish HSE and pre-HSE teachers for Saturday classes (9 AM - 3 PM) in downtown Brooklyn. Classes scheduled to start in September
Teacher candidates must be able to teach all subjects, demonstrate experience developing interdisciplinary HSE curricula, have a strong background in math and writing and be creative, organized, and committed to learner-centered, participatory education. In addition, teachers will also be responsible for curriculum development, instruction, assessment and record keeping.
Teachers are required to attend professional development meetings and work collaboratively with case management, administrative, and teaching staff.
BA, 2 yrs. experience teaching HSE, and knowledge of the TASC exam required.
MA + experience with theme-based instruction pref.
Letter & résumé to Leah Clay-Youman, email@example.com.
BPI-TASC Project Director, Bard Prison Initiative (BPI)BPI-TASC aims to 1) provide innovative, academically-oriented TASC instruction to at-risk youth already participating in program activities at select community-based organizations in New York City and 2) prepare incarcerated and formerly incarcerated BPI students for careers in the field. TASC instruction will be enhanced by liberal arts programming and activities that are in keeping with Bard’s practices for more advanced students.
Responsibilities include leading administration and instruction of TASC programming in NYC; management of and cultivation of BPI TASC Fellow, an alumnus of BPI being trained to teach to the TASC exam; and, instruction of incarcerated BPI students on how to teach to the new exam.
The candidate should have experience teaching high school equivalency or related material and be able to demonstrate ability to think innovatively in engaging “at-risk” youth, creating pathways to higher education, and inspiring students to commit to HS equivalency.
Competitive salary, commensurate with experience; this is a full-time one year position.
Please submit a letter of application, resume, and 3 contact references through Interfolio.com at: http://apply.interfolio.com/33429
Bard College is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from those who will contribute to our diversity.
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