Closes: Friday, July 31, 2020
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
- Bachelor’s Degree in subject area, education, adult education, or related field
- Two years’ teaching experience in education
- Three years’ teaching experience in education.
- One year experience in course development.
GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION: The Lead Instructor for College and Career Readiness reports directly to the Director of Adult Basic Education and Adult High School. The Lead Instructor for College and Career Readiness coordinates AHS, GED and other Adult Basic Education programs and provides learning experiences, facilitates the learning process, advises students, and seeks professional development opportunities. The Lead Instructor will assist College and Career Readiness faculty with program evaluation, retention efforts, instructional and curriculum support, and other professional development to ensure program quality.
Retain and Recruit
- Assist in recruitment and retention efforts for the College and Career Readiness programs including outreach within the community and industrial locations.
- Create, implement and disseminate Student Retention Plan with measurable strategies in accordance with established College and Career Readiness program procedures.
- Coordinate and participate in the development, planning, implementation and administration of goals and objectives, policies and procedures related to: Adult High School, GED/High School Equivalency, ABLE, and any other Adult Basic Education Programs.
- Ensure record keeping is accurate, current and meets all compliance requirements.
- Assist with transitioning students from College and Career Readiness programs into post-secondary and continuing education opportunities.
- Assist directors with the collection and review of records.
- Onboarding new and returning College and Career Readiness (CCR) instructors through training on CCR content standards, classroom practices, lesson planning, and coordinating yearly training and professional developments for both new and seasoned instructors.
- Document teacher training and performance and other issues that pertain to the College and Career Readiness monitoring visits.
- Assist with orientating and observing new instructors and train current instructors.
- Assist faculty in developing creative and innovative teaching practices, instructional materials, instructional delivery, and classroom management in all Adult Basic Education programs.
- Substitute teach for classes as needed.
- Assist with new curriculum development for all adult basic education programs.
- Assist with the implementation of new initiatives and contextualized instruction pursuant to WIOA federal guidelines.
- Conduct program-wide class visitations to evaluate instruction and identify training needs.
- Assist with coordination of departmental events and professional development.
- Remain current in discipline and instructional methods.
- Stay up to date with credentialing through NCCCS and complete annual trainings specific to instruction and performance.
- Participate in program, departmental and institutional meetings and other announced co-curricular activities of the College.
- Ensure the confidentiality of educational records in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
- Oversee the process of advising and classroom placement of students based on test scores.
- Monitor student progress and achievements, including those referred through our W2T affiliation agreements with our public, private, and charter school partners.
- Refer students to appropriate outside community agencies for guidance and support (such as NC Works through our one stop agreement).
- Coordinating the Adult High School program by attending regional meetings with the Director, ensuring W2T minor requests are processed, dropout prevention counselors are communicated with at local schools, and that high schools receive copies of the diplomas once a W2T student graduates from our Adult High School program.
- Provide and coordinate support, guidance, and direction to students in a variety of situations and environments including admissions, attendance, schedule adjustment, community resources, career counseling, and transition counseling.
- Explore and implement transition such as with RISE, creating an IET or other pathway alternative for CCR students through dual-enrollment, and creating crosswalk opportunities to post-secondary education.
- Coordinate and recruit volunteer tutors for College and Career Readiness classes as needed.
- Maintain documentation of student progress.
- Complete referral forms as needed.
COLLEGE REQUIREMENTS OF ALL EMPLOYEES:
- Demonstrated excellence in written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.
- Demonstrated commitment to diversity, equal opportunity, and the academic, intellectual, and social development of all students and employees.
- An understanding of and commitment to the comprehensive community college philosophy and mission.
- Treats others respectfully, speaks to others courteously, and behaves in such a way that creates a workplace environment that is marked by trustworthiness, honest but polite communication, and interpersonal interactions that are both personally cordial and professionally appropriate.
- Acts as a team player when working with any and all employees of the College.
- Serves on institutional committees as appointed by the President.
- Performs other duties and responsibilities as needed.
- Annually review all Randolph Community College safety rules and policies and be familiar with all emergency safety procedures. Promote good safety habits and be compliant with OSHA safety regulations. Randolph Community College conducts a background check and drug screening on all full-time new hires.
- Randolph Community College conducts a background check and drug screening on all full-time new hires.
How to Apply
Job Post Contact
Melanie L. Avelino
Director of Human Resources
Randolph Community College
629 Industrial Park Avenue
Asheboro, NC 27205