The teacher will teach up to 12 hours of classes weekly on either a morning or evening schedule. Classes run through June 2022 and are presently held online but might move to in-person in the spring. Students are adults.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Creating and customizing instructional materials (including but not limited to lesson plans, curricula, and syllabi) by building on own training and experience in order to deliver high-quality lessons for adult English Language Learners.
- Providing online instruction by using a variety of online tools and platforms (ex. Zoom, email, Google Drive), eventually, providing in-person instruction by using own and supplied materials.
- Assisting with outreach and recruitment for all ESOL classes offered at the Center for Family Life.
- Assisting with registering students at the start of each cycle and completing all paperwork.
- Assisting with assessing each student's level of ability utilizing Best Plus 2.0 to ensure appropriate placement.
- Informally and/or formally assessing each student throughout the semester to track progress.
- Maintaining daily student attendance records and following up with students with low attendance.
- Assisting with students’ monthly progress updates/check-ins.
- Collecting and maintaining student work for student portfolios.
- Communicating with program director regarding apparent barriers to student success (e.g., child daycare needs, possible health/housing issues, etc.).
- Coordinating with program director regarding next steps in student's progress toward achieving their goals.
- Providing all required information for weekly/monthly/quarterly/annual reports.
- Attending at least eighteen (18) hours of professional development activities in the fiscal year.
- Minimum of Bachelor's degree (B.A.), required
- Advanced computer skills required and ability to teach online using various platforms
- BEST Plus certification preferred
- At least two years of experience teaching ESOL, preferred
- Experience working with immigrant communities
- Ability to provide services in a manner sensitive to the backgrounds and cultures of program participants
- Bilingual Spanish, preferred
- Ability to teach in-person, if needed
Interested candidates should send their resumes to Maria Ferreira, Director of Adult Employment; firstname.lastname@example.org.