Adult Learning Lead Instructor, Project HOME
Posted by Project HOME on May 30, 2023
The Project HOME Adult Learning Lead Instructor and Student Support Services facilitates computer basics, customer service, and other training classes. Curriculum and lesson plans are provided. They support students in those classes. And they support contract instructors.
This is an opportunity to work as part of a team supporting the efforts of some of Philadelphia’s most vulnerable residents as they work towards achieving and retaining living wage employment that works for them. The program prioritizes working with Project HOME, 19121, and 19132 residents.
Classes are in person at 1936 N Judson St. 19121. Occasional classes may be at other Project HOME sites. Classes are daily and year-round. Classes are between two (2) and four (4) hours long. Class size ranges from twelve (12) to thirty (30) students.
Hours are forty (40) hours per week, between Monday and Saturday, 9:00 am and 6:00 pm. It will vary, allowing for quarterly evening and weekend classes. Agreed upon at least two (2) months in advance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Teach classes daily. Classes include at least: a four-week computer basics class; a three-week computer basics class with customer service skills as part of boot camp for Certified Peer Specialist training; two days of arithmetic and safety instruction before a Forklift training; and an eight-week computer basics and customer service training.
- Instruct and engage with the class in a manner that leads to student retention, successful completion of training, passing certification exams, and students’ personal and professional development.
- Follow up with students between classes to check in, provide feedback, and answer questions. Including supporting students with warm referrals while in training.
- Create, modify, and evaluate curriculums.
- Ensure that intake, efforts (including attendance), and outcomes data (including completion and certification) are entered accurately and on time.
- Support enrollment efforts, ad hoc and at internal and partner events.
- Support the applicant intake and assessment process
The minimum starting hourly rate is $21.78 an hour.
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