Under the guidance of the Dean of Corporate and Professional Education and The Workforce Development Programmer, the coordinator will administer existing programming and create new noncredit ESL programming based on contextualization and current innovative best practices so that it creates pathways into credit programs or into career opportunities. Coordinator will hire instructors and manage instructor orientation, development, and evaluation. Coordinator will recruit, advise, and register students for the noncredit programs. Coordinator will work with recruitment, marketing, center for testing and alternative studies, enrollment, fiscal, credit, and all other internal departments to ensure smooth processes and excellent student learner outcomes for noncredit ESL population. Coordinator will work with external agencies for purposes of recruiting and maintaining relationships with CBOs and other agencies with similar missions. Coordinator will ensure excellence in teaching and learning, aligning faculty development and student learning.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Administrative oversight of ESL to include:
Recruit, screen, hire, train, evaluate, and mentor all part-time noncredit ESL instructors, coordinating all assignments.
Conduct outreach, marketing and recruiting.
Conduct assessments and placement activities in conjunction with the credit ESL department and testing, including scoring or writing samples, test validation, student learning outcome research to place students in noncredit courses, advising prospective and current students in appropriate placement.
Handle student inquiries. Oversee registrations, payments, and notification of class changes to students.
Purchase and arrange for supplies, books, and equipment.
Supervise the daily operation of the noncredit ESL program in conjunction with the staff from Division of Corporate and Professional Education
Evaluate existing program and create ESL curriculum, including contextualized programming where appropriate.
Work with marketing to create and maintain a program web page, social media, and strategies for outreach.
Develop partnerships with community organizations and partner agencies that serve immigrant communities to drive enrollment and marketing efforts.
Work closely with the testing center to refine accuracy of ACCUPLACER (or any other testing tools) cut/course placement scores and student advisement guidelines, investigating alternative testing that may cross walk with ACCUPLACER or other appropriate testing methods.
Conduct orientation of noncredit instructors.
Conduct regular meetings with noncredit instructors to discuss and improve program goals, textbook selection, issues and concerns.
Train, coach, and support teachers in implementing a variety of instructional materials, technology tools and digital learning platforms to enhance learning and language proficiency development, helping instructors build communities of learning for themselves and their students.
Work with Corporate Training Solutions team and instructors to ensure appropriate curriculum for corporate clients.
Develop class schedules in conjunction with Workforce Development Programmer utilizing enrollment data to ensure maximum enrollments.
Coordinate noncredit program use of ESL labs.
Assist in the coordination, collection, and analysis of course assessment data and create an annual report based on findings and make suggestions for improvement based on those results.
Develop systems to measure, collect and report data to evaluate and document participant outcomes and business impacts, if needed.
Develop, revise, and review assessment guidelines and procedures. Develop course and program modifications based on assessment data.
Work closely with pathways advisors to ensure regular visits to classrooms and consistent student advising.
Assignment may include day or evening hours on multiple campuses and offsite locations.
Teach classes as needed.
SUPERVISOR RECEIVED: Reports to the Dean of Corporate and Professional Education with direct supervision from the Workforce Development Programmer.
SALARY: $26-$30 per hour. Non-benefited position, up to 20 hours per week.
STARTING DATE: ASAP
The Search Committee will begin reviewing resumes immediately and the process will continue until the position is filled. To be considered, candidates should submit the following documents: 1) a cover letter that addresses the duties and responsibilities and qualifications listed above: 2) a resume.
Applicants selected for an interview will need to provide names of at least three professional references.
Bachelor's Degree in TESL, TESOL, Applied linguistics or related field and a minimum of 2 years directly related experience that includes:
Experience with curriculum design and implementation, especially interactive models and contextualization and distance learning.
Experience working in community colleges
Demonstrated outstanding communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills, verbal, written, cross-cultural
Demonstrated track record of leadership, planning, execution
Working knowledge of the management of spreadsheets and databases, in order to conduct data analysis and report generation.
Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and interpersonal connection with culturally diverse populations.
Ability to think creatively about solutions to problems.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications
Available to work evening and flexible hours as needed on multiple campuses, off site locations, and remotely.
Candidates will be required to pass a CORI/SORI and/or a National background check as a condition of employment.
Additional Salary Information: $26-$30 per hour. Non-benefited position, up to 20 hours per week.
North Shore Community College is a diverse, caring, inclusive community that inspires our students to become engaged citizens and to achieve their personal, academic, and career goals through accessible, affordable, rigorous educational opportunities that are aligned with our region's workforce needs and will prepare them for life in a changing world. NSCC is one of 15 Massachusetts community colleges, which serves the 26 cities and towns north of Boston. Since its founding in 1965, NSCC has grown from a single leased building to an urban campus in downtown Lynn and a suburban campus in Danvers, and from five to 80 academic programs of study. Nearly 50,000 students have graduated from NSCC. The college is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE).
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