Instructor, College and Career Readiness

Instructor, College and Career Readiness


College of The Albemarle
1208 North Road Street
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
Phone: 252-335-0821

Job Location

COA - Elizabeth City


$2,555.75 - $3,194.67 Monthly


Full Time Benefits

Job Category

  • Professional

Application Period

Opens: Wednesday, April 10, 2024
Closes: Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Target Start Date

Wednesday, May 1, 2024

Expected Work Hours


Reports to

Director, College and Career Readiness

Employment Type

Part-Time with Benefits

Minimum Qualifications


  • Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university with major course work in education or a related field. 
  • Two years of increasingly responsible experience in education, including two years of administrative responsibility. 
  • Two years teaching experience.

Preferred Qualifications


Position Description

Position Subject to Availability of Budgeted Funds

Part-Time with Benefits: 32 hours
Salary is based on degree and experience
The role of the College and Career Readiness (CCR) Instructor is to manage and instruct the Adult Basic Education (ABE), Adult High School (AHS) and/or High School Equivalent (HSE) students in the CCR program. The instructor will coordinate and implement program needs, exercising functional and technical supervision over students and volunteer instructional staff.

The CCR Instructor receives supervision from the Director, College and Career Readiness. 


 Examples of Duties:

Program Administration and Documentation:

  • Maintain and review all assessment testing and coursework data for all ABE, AHS and/or HSE students on Literacy Education Information System (LEIS) forms. 
  • Monitor and record instructional hours and academic progress for all ABE, AHS and/or HSE students to determine optimum post-test opportunities for assessment testing. 
  • Maintain up-to-date compliance data on assessment pre-tests, post-tests and Educational Functional Levels (EFL) gains for ABE, AHS and/or HSE students. 
  • Maintain student records, attendance records and folders for all AHS and HSE participants.

 Academic Advisement/Guidance and Instruction:

  • Provide basic skills and AHS and/or HSE instruction to adult students, evaluate needs; correct work and assign tasks. 
  • Create lesson plans for instruction of students in area being taught. 
  • Prepare, teach and evaluate assigned instructional courses (classroom/lab). 
  • Meet with new ABE, AHS and/or HSE students to discuss program participation, graduation requirements, testing-based placement and options for enrollment in the program. Work with students to establish clear academic goals. 
  • Meet with returning students to re-establish rapport, answer questions, review requirements and set goals.
  • Maintain continuous contact with current, continuing, and returning students to monitor progress toward academic goals, documenting contacts.
  • Make referrals as necessary to special programs and agencies that are available to aid student progress Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Human Resource Development (HRD) and Student Success and Enrollment Management (SSEM), etc.).

Recruitment and Retention:

  • Regularly assess the involvement and progress of current students. Contact students who may have difficulty attending class, maintaining hours or making passing grades and meet with them or discuss by phone what measures need to be taken to correct any problems. Also, contact all students on a regular basis to offer them encouragement and remind them of program resources, documenting all contacts.
  • Maintain an ongoing effort to contact non-current students who have been active in recent semesters but who are not current, encourage them to return to the program. Telephoning is a preferable contact method, then email or postal mail. 
  • Assist with all recruiting/retention efforts implemented by the department and College. 

Direction and Implementation of Program Goals:

  • Participate in regular North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) training sessions. 
  • Work with the Director to recommend additions, changes and deletions to keep program area current.

Interface with Department:

  • Maintain rapport with other instructors to remain apprised of the academic progress of ABE, AHS and/or HSE students. 
  • Meet in-person with new ABE, AHE and/or HSE users to orient them to the class, review policies, log-in and user logistics, grading information and specific information about class. 
  • Be available to address problems that students have concerning specific assignments or problems that they have with the logistics of the ABE, AHS and/or HSE program. 
  • Maintain electronic files and hard copies of all student attendance time reports. 
  • Maintain regular entries of ABE, AHS and/or HSE instruction time on the attendance roster for each student. 
  • Provide instruction at other campus locations and off-site locations based on instructional and/or staffing needs as required.

Job Post Contact

JaQuay Sutton

Human Resources Generalist

252-335-0821 ext. 2388