Clatsop Community College

Clatsop Community College is a public, two-year institution, located in Astoria, Oregon, serving students and communities in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington.

Clatsop Community College Astoria, OR, USA
Jul 30, 2018
Full-Time
Clatsop Community College, a public, two-year institution, located in Astoria, Oregon, serving students and communities in northwest Oregon and southwest Washington, is seeking full-time Adult Basic Skills Coordinator. ASSIGNMENT This is a full-time, partially grant-funded position.   JOB SUMMARY The Adult Basic Skills Coordinator, under the general supervision of the Vice-President, Academic Affairs and Dean of Transfer Education, performs administrative and support services for the adult basic skills instruction at Clatsop Community College, including Literacy Tutoring, ELL (English Language Learner) instruction, ABE (Adult Basic Education) instruction, GED (General Education Development) preparation, and transition to credit study or employment.   This position is partially grant funded.  The continuation of this position is dependent upon continued grant funds.   ESSENTIAL DUTIES Using TOPS data and enrollment history, recommend to the vice president times, locations, and instructor assignments for sections of adult basic skills courses: Represent the college as WIOA Title II ABS director* to manage Title II grant budgets, complete required reports, attend state ABS meetings, and coordinate preparation of the college’s response to the 2017 RFP to become a WIOA provider in 2017-18 and beyond. *Not position title; denotes a federal function Collaborate with GED and ESL TOPSpro Data Assistant to ensure that Adult Basic Skills students are properly enrolled and that level gain and attendance are recorded in the TOPS Enterprise data system, monitor system reports for program improvement, and monitor data quality. Train instructors in the use of the CASAS level testing tools and Oregon Learning Standards in instruction. Answer inquiries about adult basic skills services; prepare, schedule and conduct orientation sessions for new students. Organize and conduct departmental and ABS advisory committee meetings. Maintain instructional and operating materials inventories and distribute to instructional locations. Recruits, recommends for hire and supervises adjunct faculty and departmental staff. Teach ABS classes when required. Other duties as assigned.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education and Experience Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college is required.  Prior work experience in K12, Adult Basic Skills, and/or Community College organizations required. Master’s degree in Education or related field preferred. Successful program coordination experience preferred. Bilingual in Spanish highly preferred.