To provide leadership, coordination, technical assistance, and
support in the development and implementation of quality
instructional programs to meet the needs of students and the
- Manage and supervise ABE, GED, ESL education programs.
- Development, articulation, and evaluation
- Disseminate and interpret information on curriculum and District,
State, and federal initiatives.
- Coordinate the writing and submission of grants and other funding
- Collect and report data required by the District or State and Adult
- Consult with business and community groups on educational and
- Assist in the selection and acquisition of instructional materials
- Supervise and monitor compliance with District, State, and federal
rules and policies.
- Supervise assigned personnel, conduct annual performance
appraisals,and make recommendations for appropriate employment
- Plan for the timely replacement of instructional equipment.
- Prepare all required reports and maintain all appropriate records.
- Assist in identification of program needs, selection of appropriate
materials and equipment, and in selection of effective teaching
- Maintain a close working relationship with school administrators to
ensure information exchange, coordination of efforts, and general
support for the decision-making process.
- Assist in the preparation of the budget for curriculum and
- Act as facilitator to develop and implement competency based
instruction, applied instruction, cross-curriculum instruction.
- Superb communication (writing and verbal), decision making,
leadership, budget development and management, and team building
- Perform other incidental tasks consistent with the goals and
objectives of this position.
- Seek grant funding for development
- Network and build relationships with public and private entities to
collaborate on new programs.
- Oversee preparation of facilities and class schedule for assigned
instructional programs and courses on and off campus.
- Develop and promote special events/seminars for
- Represent the College on Advisory Boards
- Detail oriented
- Bilingual a plus
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Knowledge of current trends in research in career education
- Knowledge of group dynamics.
- Knowledge of federal, State, and District rules, policies, and laws
related to career education programs.
- Demonstrated ability to interact and work well with students,
adultsand the community.
- Ability to manage budget, to organize and prioritize, and to
- Demonstrated skill in effective written and oral communications.
- Ability to lead, develop, supervise and evaluate staff.
- Demonstrated understanding, sensitivity and commitment to needs of
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
with college, faculty, staff and students.
- Proven knowledge of affective and successful adult learning
strategies for measurable outcomes.
- Committed to community advocacy.
Salary: $71,000 - $75,000
- Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred in Education, Adult
- Minimum five (5) years successful teaching
- At least (5) years managerial overseeing Adult Ed. Program/Dept,
from an accredited College