We currently do not know of any employment opportunities. If you hear of any, and would like to share with the ESL community, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
February 24th 2015
DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION-Responsible for program management and development of two comprehensive Catholic Charities centers: the Center for Educational Opportunity and the Children Learning Center. Accountable for direct supervision of staff that provides: ESL/Citizenship and ESL/Computer and GED (both English and Spanish) courses as well as a quality childcare with both day and evening programs. In addition, you will be responsible for community relations, grant writing, contract compliance and reporting. Requirements: Must have at least a bachelor’s degree in a related field, master’s degree preferred, knowledge of GED, Adult Basic Education and ESL educational system preferred, computer competency in Microsoft Office and database, grant and budget management, 3 years of supervisory experience preferred. Pay range starts at $23.15 per hr. E-mail your resumes and letter of intent to Catholic Charities, Human Resources, at email@example.com. EOE. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted directly.
January 8th 2015
UNM-Valencia has an urgent need for an ESL instructor for Tuesday and Thursday mornings at El Cerro Mission Community Center and Tuesday and Thursday evenings at UNM-Valencia Campus. The morning class is an intermediate level and the evening is multi-level. Salary is $30-34 per teaching hour based on highest degree. Minimum requirements are a bachelor’s degree and 3 years related experience. To apply, please send a current résumé/vita to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tina Newby, Manager Adult Education Center UNM-Valencia 280 La Entrada Los Lunas, NM 87031
December 29th 2014
Opportunity # 1
The Teacher Specialist, International Programs – Center for English Language Programs
(CELP) at New Mexico State University The Teacher Specialist, International Programs develops curriculum for regular and special programs within the Center for English Language Programs (CELP) at New Mexico State University. The successful candidate will prepare instructional materials to meet students’ varying learning styles and language abilities, instruct students up to 15 contact hours per week using various teaching methods, and plan and conduct activities for a balanced program of instruction. The applicant will also establish clear goals and objectives for each lesson and class and communicate those directly to students. The candidate is expected to maintain accurate and complete student records; implement all policies and procedures of CELP; attend regular faculty meetings; participate in orientation-week events such as testing and placement, advising, and registration; participate in one extra-curricular cultural activity per 8 week session; maintain membership on one of the CELP committees; and participate in closing week activities such as advising, testing, conferences, and closing ceremonies. Additional responsibilities may be assigned by supervisor. There is one regular faculty position available at this time. The position will be open until filled, but March 2, 2015 is the desired start date. Required: A minimum of a master’s degree in TESOL or closely related discipline; a minimum of two years of college teaching experience with international students, University English Language learners, and/or university- based IEP; ability to communicate in English, orally and in writing. Desired: Experience in living or studying abroad; fluency in a language other than English; experience with all or some of the following: CALL, content-based instruction, English for Specific Purposes, English for Academic Purposes. Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications. Twelve month position with paid vacation and benefits. Duration of position is contingent on availability of funding. Application: Complete application will include CV, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts. A Faculty Teaching Statement is desired, but it is not a required document. A teaching demonstration will be required as part of the interview process. Application materials must be submitted through the NMSU Human Resources Jobs website: http://jobs.nmsu.edu/postings/20650.
Education Coordinator of Refugee Youth/Adult Education Program – Lutheran Family Services
Rocky Mountains—Refugee & Asylee Programs in Albuquerque
Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains—Refugee & Asylee Programs in Albuquerque is currently seeking qualified candidates to apply for the FT position of Education Coordinator, responsible for the development, implementation, and oversight of refugee youth and adult education programs. Please visit the Center for Non-Profit Excellence jobs page for more information about the position as well as instructions about how to apply. Deadline is January 2, 2015. http://www.centerfornonprofitexcellence.org/jobs/education-coordinator-2
Adult Educator ESL/GED – Catholic Charities, Albuquerque
ADULT EDUCATOR (ABQ-FT) Responsible for teaching classes to adults, including curriculum development and evaluation of student progress. Maintains accurate records on all students. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required; three years’ experience teaching adults preferred; multicultural experience preferred; certification in TESOL or bilingual education for ESL preferred; bilingual English/Spanish preferred and basic computer competency in MS Office and Windows required. Pay range starts at $15.55 per hr., DOE. E-mail resume and letter of intent to Catholic Charities, Human Resources, to email@example.com. EOE. Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted directly. http://www.ccasfnm.org/jobs.html