Immediate Supervisor: This position reports directly to the Director of Adult Education, but works in tandem with their respective Lead Instructor.
General Description: This a part-time grant-funded position that includes days and some evening hours at ASU-Mid-South campus and off-site locations. They provide individual and small group tutoring to adult education students. Assist students in improving academic achievement by meeting with them on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing class material, predicting test questions, or working on solutions to problems.
Provides effective instruction for Adult Education students using state-approved best practices:
Designs and selects classroom activities and lessons which help students progress toward skills achievement.
Counsels students monthly on their progress in the classroom, making applicable notes in the students’ files.
Participates in team teaching and planning as appropriate.
Maintains order and discipline in the classroom.
Protects the confidentiality of student information and records by maintaining them in a secure environment at all times.
Communicates resource needs to ASU Mid-South Adult Education Office staff.
Maintains the integrity of all classroom materials
Assists in achieving Adult Education program goals and measurable objectives in support of grant guidelines and the College’s mission and purposes, strategic goals, and vision statements:
Uses students test data to develop an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for each student.
May administer BEST or BEST Plus Test to determine student placement for English Language Learner (ELL) students.
Tracks student progress and attendance to ensure post-tests are administered in a timely manner by reviewing AERIS system weekly.
Documents student performance: daily attendance, test results, and classroom work. Report student data weekly to the database administrator.
Participates in GED graduation and Adult Education recruitment activities.
Works with ASU Mid-South and other state agencies (i.e. Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act – WIOA) to promote student retention and advancement to post-secondary education or workplace opportunities.
Engages in professional development for job enhancement and growth.
Attends conferences and/or workshops to learn about developing practices and program requirements.
Attends college advisory and registration meetings and other workshops related to student retention and success.
Completes the required number of professional development hours for program compliance.
Provides other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: A valid Arkansas Teaching License is required. General computer skills required, as well as attention to detail, ability to organize and execute multiple tasks and responsibilities with minimal supervision. Must have a demonstrated track record of professional dependability and reliability, including punctuality and attention to detail, as well as the ability to work both without supervision and as part of a team. Must maintain up-to-date licensure and credentials, as required by the State of Arkansas. May be required to obtain an English Language Learning (ELL) certification.
Review of Applications: Begins immediately and will continue until position is filled.
Projected Start Date: April 1, 2019
Salary: Commensurate with education, experience, and credentials.
Application materials must include an ASU Mid-South Employment Application which lists three professional references, a letter of interest in the position, a resume, and a copy of any applicable college transcripts. Please submit all requested materials to:
Arkansas State University Mid-South
ATTN: Jackie Leech
2000 West Broadway
West Memphis, AR 72301
870-733-6719 (Fax) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org