The Director of Adult Education will be responsible for planning, preparing, implementing, and evaluating all the Adult Education and Family Literacy programs. The Director is also responsible for supervising office and classroom staff and developing, teaching, coordinating, and evaluating classroom activities.
The Director must have significant experience with effectively: a) developing and implementing Bridge programming for Adult Education students, b) using curricula for evidence-based reading instruction (EBRI) and evidence-based mathematics instruction (EBMI), and c) developing and maintaining curriculum to meet the Common Core Standards and content of the GED test.
Additionally, the Director must have experience in grant proposal writing and be able to collect and conduct analysis of program performance data. This position also requires the skills necessary to collaborate with other local and State-wide adult education program coordinators, as appropriate.
Minimum requirements include a Master’s degree in education, counseling, or other appropriate field with two years of teaching in adult education or a Bachelor’s degree with four years of teaching experience in adult education. One year of administrative experience is preferred.
Review of applications will begin on or before January 5th.