Instructor, Adult Education – Part-Time
General Statement of Job
Responsible for instruction in all levels of English as a Second Language (ESL), High School Equivalent (HSE), career pathways support including ability to benefit literacy, basic skills, adult secondary skills, or HSE test preparation including all subject areas (reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, and science). Please refer to the additional Job Specific Duties Section for more information.
IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS POSITION IS A 10.5-MONTH (200 work days) POSITION. THE FY21 SALARY IS ADJUSTED BASED ON THE 10.5 MONTH CONTRACT ($35,432 MINIMUM – $50,618 MIDPOINT). THE PAY RANGE WILL BE PRORATED FOR LESS THAN 100% POSITIONS.
Description of Duties and Tasks
Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Instructs adult students of all skill levels in math, language, reading, ESL, College Prep or Career Pathways.
Establishes clear and understandable student classroom expectations and communicates these expectations in written form using a syllabus and in-person during the first week of class. Maintains and follows through on these same expectations through the academic period.
Assists students in establishing specific and attainable academic and career goals.
Develops and follows structured curriculum. Areas covered communicated in written form using a syllabus.
Participates in the orientation, registration, and advising process.
Develops classroom environment conducive to optimal student learning: balance of structure and care.
Consistent use of interactive teaching methods including strategies training and differentiated, multisensory activities for whole class, groups, peer-to-peer, and individuals.
Maintains, reports, completes, and turns in (where appropriate) all student records by posted due dates including: original in-class sign-in sheets, student testing, electronic attendance, online registration, grading, and distance learning hours.
Completes annual professional development requirements as required.
Participates in required meetings and workshops.
Monitors and records student progress using formal and informal methods. Progress-tests students every academic period using AE standardized assessments. Administers end of term assessments.
Assists with the development and maintenance of departmental end of term assessments and syllabus shells.
Mentoring of new Adult Basic Education hourly instructors.
Works with Austin Community College Adult Education Community Partners.