Curriculum and Digital Literacy Coordinator – Building Skills Partnership – Los Angeles

Job Responsibilities
Instructor Placement and Training – will oversee the hiring, placing and managing part-time instructors of BSP’s various programs, as well as designing and leading professional development trainings for instructors around pedagogy, curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Instruction – will teach various classes as time permits.
Curriculum and Assessments – will assess, manage, standardize and update BSP’s curriculum inventory by order of priority, coordinate the implementation of assessments across programs, and provide ongoing evaluation and revision to curriculum and assessments.
Digital Literacy – will evaluate technology-based learning resources, design bilingual (Spanish/English) digital literacy curriculum, and support instructors in the integration of technology into classroom instruction. As needed, will coordinate digital literacy training (tablet, smartphone, computer training) at worksites or union halls.
Fundraising Support – will assist the Development Team with grant proposals related to digital literacy or technology-based learning, and manage deliverables for digital literacy grants as needed.
Intake Forms and Rosters – will be familiar with the intake forms and rosters used by BSP.
Instructor Invoices – will train part-time instructors on invoicing process to ensure all information needed for compensation is entered accurately.
Class Visits and Employer Relations – will be responsible for doing periodic check-ins and class observations.

Job Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in TESOL, Education, Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Technology or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
Bilingual in Spanish/English required.
At least 2 years of experience in program management and curriculum development
Experience managing a team of instructors, and creating and delivering professional development
3+ years of teaching experience providing classroom instruction to adult learners in ESL, VESL, or related field
Demonstrated history of working with emerging educational technology, and knowledgeable in the area of instructional methods and second language development
Flexibility, strong organization skills, and attention to detail
Excellent writing and public speaking skills.
Strong interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to work effectively with people from other cultural backgrounds.
Must be available during the evening and some weekends.

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