Responsible for teaching Adult Basic Education, Pre-GED and GED courses for youth and adults. Work collaboratively with other adult instructors to plan and prepare relevant and practical class lessons and monitors student's performance to ensure positive educational gains. Responsible for effective classroom management that motivates and enhances student learning. Working with the youth case management team, conduct ongoing outreach and recruitment for the youth program. Provide case management services to WIOA eligible youth ages 16 through 24. PFP case management utilizes a holistic approach addressing in career goals and the services needed to reach those goals to ensure that youth gain the necessary skills and opportunities to enter a career pathway and achieve financial self-sufficiency.
Essential Functions and Duties
Plan, implement, and monitor instruction for individuals and groups.
Accurately complete, maintain, and submit student and class records in a timely manner
Communicate effectively in writing and speaking English
Work collaboratively with staff, students, and the public to create a positive classroom environment.
Use a computer for word processing, instruction and communication with the college
Comply with all state and federal rules, regulations and laws including but not limited to, those governing student and personnel records.
Develop a full understanding of employment and training guidelines, goals and objectives as directed by agency, WDA, State & Federal entities to ensure program accountability.
Working with youth case management team colleagues, conduct ongoing outreach and recruitment for the youth program.
Establish WIOA participant eligibility and determine suitability.
Provide Career Development assistance and on-going counseling to ensure participants establish and reach a path toward career goals.
Work with participants to identify and resolve barriers to education and/or employment.
Provide skills assessments utilizing counseling and other tools that help participants identify employment goals.
Utilize assessment information to develop participant training plans for success.
Develop and work with training providers, worksites, secondary schools, post-secondary institutes, and employers to establish appropriate educational and training opportunities for participants.
Monitor participant activities and progress to support them through successful completion of training.
Maintain accountability for achieving individual goals and outcomes.
Participate as part of the employment and training team to support program and departmental goals and outcomes.
Demonstrates professional workplace etiquette including conduct, attendance and accountability during work hours.
Performs outreach responsibilities according to program and agency needs.
Educational/Work Experience Requirements
BA in Education with a minimum of 2 years classroom experience. May be substituted for 2+ years of documented certified substitute experience.
WA state teaching certificate, certified substitute or previous Adult Education experience preferred.
Documented experience working with youth ages 16-24.
Employment is contingent upon successfully completing and passing a Pre-employment Drug Screen and a Washington State Patrol Background Check and/or National Background Check, Reference Checks and other required documents.
Working Conditions/Physical Environment
Duties are performed primarily in an office environment.
Physical requirements include the dexterity to reach, stand, climb, squat, twist, finger keyboards and the ability to do sedentary work. Sitting, stooping, walking, standing and light lifting.
Moderate to heavy computer data entry.
Posting ID: 567598969Posted: 2020-09-22