NGTC is seeking two GED Adult Education Instructors
Position 1. Shirley Miller Center Schedule: Monday to Thursday 9AM - 2PM
Tuesday and Thursday 4PM - 8PM + one hour planning time
Position 2. CC Detention Center Schedule: Wednesday and Thursday 5PM - 8PM with one hour planning time
Under general supervision, provides general education to adult students preparing for GED test/s. Which include basic academic skills in Reading, Writing, English and Math. Administers and scores TABE and GED practice tests. This position includes counseling students, prepare student records, report data and maintaining state and local paperwork. Recruits and promotes the GED adult education program to the public and private organizations. Must attend and participate in staff development and staff meetings. The GED Adult Education Instructor is responsible for classroom employees and volunteers. Must be proficient in Windows applications (such as Word and Excel), internet, outlook, and job-related software programs.
Bachelors' degree in education or teaching related field
Minimum of one year teaching experience
Hourly Rate of Pay: $18.00 (not to exceed 29 hours per week)
Benefits: Not eligible
Please click below on "Apply Now" to submit an online application, resume, names and contact information of two (2) professional references, copies of unofficial transcripts from colleges attended, and any related training certificates. Official transcripts required upon employment. A Criminal History Report, and Motor Vehicle Report (MVR) is required for the recommended candidate.
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Completion of a bachelor's degree from a college or university.
Posting ID: 562708758Posted: 2020-07-14