The ESOL Program Coordinator, under the supervision of the Director of Adult Learning, leads the ESOL program and works with multiple stakeholders to schedule, implement and evaluate a series of ESOL classes including Integrated English Literacy and Civics Education (IELCE) certification based classes for digital literacy, medical billing, and food handling among others, Adult Literacy Education (ALE), and Business English for adult speakers of other languages seeking to improve their English conversation, reading, and writing skills. The Coordinator is also responsible for supporting and supervising the Literacy Zone (LZ) staff that provides support to students.
Primary responsibilities include program planning and implementation, scheduling classes, guiding assessment and instruction, and development of curricula; recruitment and supervision of ESOL instructors, and supervision of the ESOL Student Advisor, ongoing staff development; qualitative and quantitative analysis of program data for ongoing program improvement, reporting, and grant proposals. The ESOL Program Coordinator collaborates and works closely with the Adult Learning leadership team to ensure alignment with institutional, departmental, and program priorities as well as on continuous improvement and quality management of staff and student experiences.
The Coordinator represents the library through community outreach and liaising with departmental and institutional partners. This is a grant-funded position that ends June 30, 2022 with the possibility of renewal.
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