Instructional Resource Coordinator - Grant Funded (FY14-75)

Dentsville, Charles County / La Plata, Charles County
Apr 11, 2014
Administrative Jobs
Student Affairs, Academic Advising

The Instructional Resource Coordinator is a grant funded position that is responsible for aiding faculty and students in the implementation of the First Year Seminar curriculum for students who have tested into developmental reading. The incumbent will work collaboratively with faculty, administration and students to enhance the student experience and provide clear learning experiences and connections through the curriculum in the First Year Seminar course. The coordinator is responsible for performing assigned duties during the day, evening, or weekend on the campuses or center to which he/she is assigned. At a minimum, the related activities include classroom, individual and small-group instruction, holding office hours, serving on various committees, and participating in local, state, regional, and national professional activities and organizations. This position is a 4 year grant funded position with the possibility of conversion to a permanent position after completion of the 4 years.


The work schedule for this position is 40 hours per week, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Flexibility is required to cover evening hours.


College of Southern Maryland conducts background checks in order to ensure the safety and well-being of the college's staff and students. The final candidate for this position will be subject to the following background checks: Criminal History Check.


This position is open until filled. For best consideration, apply by 11:59 pm EST Thursday, 04/24/14. The College of Southern Maryland is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Required Skills

  • The position requires at a minimum an M.Ed. in Reading
  • Minimum three years teaching experience at the secondary or post-secondary level. Teaching or background working with at risk and/or special education students preferred. Community college experience preferred.
  • Experience teaching reading in the classroom one-on-one and in small groups, experience identifying a variety of reading deficiencies, and experience collaborating with faculty and administration guiding them in supporting students