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Supplemental Instructor - English As A Second Language

Amarillo College
Amarillo, TX
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At Amarillo College, our students are the priority. It is our mission and our responsibility to enrich their lives by helping them identify an educational pathway that will lead to success in life. It is therefore required that every team member, regardless of job title or duties, be responsible, first and foremost, for assisting students in every way.

We are currently seeking part - time Supplemental Instructors for our Adult Basic Education (ABE) program who will adhere to the aforementioned mission statement and who will co-teach students the necessary skills required to enroll in a Career Pathway. These lessons include instructing students to successfully complete the High School Equivalency (HSE) examination, or support academic career pathway certification programs through INTEGRATED BASIC EDUCATION SKILLS TRAINING (I-BEST), or facilitating workshops for students.



Required: Bachelor’s Degree.

Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree in Education.


Required: Possess or acquire FERPA, Proctor Valid TWC Testing Assessment, TEAMS, and Blackboard (Training Provided).

Preferred: Some ESL experience .


  • Teaching ability in Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency.
  • Knowledge of adult basic education content areas including mathematics and/or language arts.
  • Must understand and apply learner-centered and high impact instructional methods.
  • Must have skills in computer operation, multimedia classroom instructional software, and be willing to learn new computer software.
  • Must be able to work with nontraditional students and students with disabilities.
  • Ability to work under stress, work independently and as a team member, and deal with students in a professional manner.


  • Co-teach and provide supplemental classroom instruction in one or more of the following areas: Math, Reading, Language, Listening, Speaking, and Writing.
  • Co-teach critical-thinking and problem-solving skills and helps students improve soft skills for success in the workplace and academic settings.
  • Prepare lesson plans and manage a classroom using high engagement practices and retention strategies, with 25% of the time spent performing administrative duties to remain in compliance with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) grant.
  • Assist in preparing students for the Texas Success Initiative (TSI), or state or national discipline specific exams to successfully receive credentials.
  • Use a variety of instructional methods, materials, and techniques to address all learning styles and cultural differences.
  • Instruct students on topics needed to earn HSE, transition into college, support academic students in certificate programs and obtain employment to earn a living wage.
  • Create learner-centered lessons with high engagement activities and effective retention practices.
  • Maintain a classroom environment that is conducive to learning while maintaining sensitivity to diverse cultural differences.
  • Develop positive working relationships with students and foster community in the classroom
  • Regularly Collaborate with other instructors and professionals in the development of individual students’ needs and progress.
  • Always display a positive attitude when interacting with students, teaching assistants, administrators, staff and the public.
  • Review instructional content, methods, and student evaluations to assess the strengths and weaknesses of the program, curriculum, and instruction for improving student achievement.
  • Assist during the new student enrollment process.
  • Administer valid TWC pre-assessment and progress assessments.
  • Record student clock hours daily using Google Docs and submit completed hard copy student sign-in sheets weekly to data management. Rural Sites will scan hard copies sign-in sheets weekly and mail hard copy sheets bi-weekly.
  • Run required TEAMS reports and use other Adult Education computer systems.
  • Attend staff meetings and in-service training as required or needed in order to maintain and improve professional development.
  • Work independently and as a team member.
  • Perform additional duties or job functions required and deemed necessary by supervisory personnel.
  • As an Amarillo College employee seek knowledge of and pledge to actively engage in a culture of caring striving to serve students, peers, and the community by embracing these values; Wow, Family, Fun, Innovation and Yes!

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand, walk, or sit for extended periods of time, and be able to move materials weighing up to 25 pounds.

Working Environment: This job may operate in a classroom, online, or tech supported setting. This role routinely uses standard classroom and office equipment such as microphones, audio/video-recorders, computers, overhead projectors, phones, copy machines, filing cabinets and fax machines. Classroom location assignment may vary.

Salary: Aligned with the current published salary scale for the represented position grade, commensurate with experience.

Diversity and Inclusion Statement

Amarillo College is committed to hiring and retaining a racially diverse, culturally competent staff at all levels of the organization who not only reflect the demographics of our clients but also continue to deepen their skills and competencies to serve the full range of our customers.

Promotional Opportunity Policy

Under the Amarillo College Promotional Opportunity Policy, only current appointed or part-time non-appointed employees will be considered for a position during the first five (5) working days from notice or posting.


Working at Amarillo College

Established in 1929, with 86 students answering the inaugural roll call, Amarillo College today is a vibrant, multi-faceted community college that typically enrolls about 10,000 students in academic classes at six campuses and an outreach center.

In 2018, Amarillo College was named a “Great College to Work For” in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s eleventh annual survey on the academic workplace.

With a proven blend of quality and affordability that makes Texas community colleges so appealing – approximately half of the students enrolled in higher education in Texas attend a community college – Amarillo College provides students with a solid academic foundation, whether they are looking to immediately enter the workforce or proceed to a university.

AC, which enjoys unflagging community support, received a major boost in May of 2019 with passage of an $89 million bond issue. Among the many projects this enables the College to undertake are creation of an Innovation Hub, construction of a First Responders Academy and centralization of Student Life Services.

Amarillo College adopted a Culture of Caring in 2015 and since that time has launched a unique and ambitious No Excuses Poverty Initiative that has garnered national attention for connecting first-generation and/or academically underprepared students with social services structured to help them overcome barriers to success.

The College’s game-changing initiatives led national community college reform leader Achieving the Dream (ATD) to name Amarillo College a co-recipient of its 2019 Leah Meyer Austin Award, a significant national accolade contingent upon measurable improvements in student outcomes.

Over the past six years, Amarillo College opened a counseling center, a legal aid clinic, a career and employment center, and a childcare center. AC also launched an Advocacy and Resource Center, which houses a food pantry and connects students with social services provided by more than 60 local nonprofits.

Since their inception, AC’s initiatives have led to steady gains in A-to-C pass rates, fall-to-fall retention, and three-year graduation/transfer rates, which among first generation students have increased from 12 percent to 21 percent.

Additionally, the percentage of students who attend AC on a full-time basis continues to climb – 75 percent of AC students attended the College part time in 2015, while only 57 percent were part-time students in 2018.

The College enjoyed its largest graduating class ever in May of 2019, when more than 1,000 students were awarded credentials of completion.



The mission of Amarillo College is “enriching the lives of our students and community by helping learners identify and achieve their educational goals.” The mission is driven by our vision to ensure that 70% of our students complete a certificate or degree or transfer within 3 years. Both the mission and vision of the college are lived out among our staff through our Culture of Caring which embodies our five core values: Wow, Innovation, Family, Fun, and Yes.

Caring through WOW: 

Every student and colleague will say "WOW, you were so helpful, supportive, and open" after an interaction with us.

Caring through FUN:   

We will find ways to have fun with each other and celebrate each other.
We will find ways to make our work fun and effective.

Caring through INNOVATION:     

We will see ourselves as "roadblock removers" - for students and for each other.
We will always look for ways to help others and improve our processes.

Caring through FAMILY:     

We will find ways to show we care about our students and each other.
We will readily and effectively share information with each other.
We will approach our interactions with each other with trust and openness.
We will put the needs of others before our own.

Caring through YES: 

We will think "yes" first and find solutions rather than saying "no."
We will be passionate about our jobs and helping each other.



Amarillo is the largest city in the 26-county Texas Panhandle. It is located in the center of the Panhandle – which produces 30 percent of the nation’s beef – and serves as a crossroads on Interstate 40 for travelers between Oklahoma City and Albuquerque, and a mid-point for Dallas-to-Denver traffic, as well.

Amarillo has just shy of 200,000 residents, while the Amarillo metropolitan area has a population of about 255,000. The city’s central location makes it the region’s natural hub for healthcare services and cultural pursuits – and Amarillo boasts several superlative illustrations of each.

With a diverse economy – from agriculture and oil and gas to aircraft production and precious-metal refining –Amarillo typically has an unemployment rate of less than 3 percent, routinely one of the lowest in the state.

Amarillo received the following accolades in 2018:

  • Top 20 Places Where Millennials Are Buying Homes, by SmartAsset
  • Best Places to Find a Job, by WalletHub
  • Best Small Places for Business Careers, by Forbes

Amarillo is the Spanish word for the color yellow. The entire Panhandle, unlike most of Texas, enjoys all four distinctive seasons each year, and gorgeous sunsets are typical. The region is often referred to as the Golden Spread.

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