Instructional Specialist III (Richland-7071)
Division: World Lang - Richland
Position Number: 081407071
Position Type: Professional Support Staff
Exempt or Non-Exempt: Exempt
Appointment Type: Full Time
Is Grant Funded?: No, No
Salary: $3,014.25 Monthly/Range C08
Work Days/Hours: M-F, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Posting Number: 03170
Job Description Summary/Essential Duties:
Provides broad supervision of others across multiple program areas and significant budget management. Responsible for providing instruction of occupational skills in a classroom setting with a teaching load no greater than 49% or may provide support for an Academic Dean in his absence. Provide instruction of skills which prepare students for employment or to upgrade existing skills. Responsible for developing a competency-based curriculum and other instructional materials. Develops (or assist with developing) program objectives and significant budget planning and management for multiple programs for cohesiveness and integration, along with coordination with other departments involved. Develop curriculum and instructional training materials. Responsible for accurate student records and other records as required by law and the Board of Trustees and Administrative Procedures Manual. Enforces student policies or monitors enforcement of student policies. Develops and provides students with written course expectations and maintains progressive evaluation methods. Monitors student progress and placement. Coordinates the requisition of supplies and instructional materials as needed; and orders textbooks. Direct individual student counseling assignments and provide guidance with student advising. Responsible for spearheading staff meetings. Responsible for the production of reports related to assigned area as requested. Supervision: Responsible for the selection, training, coaching, evaluation and development of assigned staff. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Mostly works with light, easy to handle material. Occasionally may be required to work with moderately heavy equipment/material weighing up to 75 pounds.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
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PART TIME WORK EXPERIENCE IS CALCULATED AS HALF EX: 2 YEARS PART TIME WORK EXPERIENCE= 1 YEAR FULL TIME WORK EXPERIENCE
TRANSCRIPTS FROM FOREIGN INSTITUTIONS MUST BE EVALUATED TO U.S. STANDARDS PRIOR TO SUBMISSION
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# of Months:
Close Date: 07/25/2014
Open Until Filled: NoMinimum Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree or higher in English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Linguistics,Second Language Acquisition (SLA), Foreign Language, Bilingual Education, Reading and/or Writing Education, or Speech.
and three years' experience in a teaching environment or Associates degree in English to Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), Linguistics, Second Language Acquisition (SLA), Foreign Language, Bilingual Education, Reading and/or Writing Education, or Speech.
and five years' experience in a teaching environment. Ability to utilize computer technology to access data, maintains records, generate reports and communicate with others. Some instructional areas may require greater degree of knowledge based on instructional programs. Excellent oral and written communication skills to deal effectively with individuals from diverse backgrounds and varying levels of DCCCD staff. Strong knowledge and experience providing effective customer service. Official transcripts will be required.
Will be subject to a criminal background check and/or fingerprinting. *
Position Specific Qualifications:
Teach up to four English as a Second Language courses each session in the American English and Culture Institute serving F-1 International students.
Excellent teaching and communication skills; demonstrate expertise teaching all skill areas of English as a Second Language including Reading, Listening/Speaking, Writing/Grammar, ability to interact with students from various languages and cultural backgrounds; understanding of adult language acquisition; ability to use cooperative and interactive models and computer-assisted instruction, experience working effectively as part of a team.