· Schedule classes to meet student needs and in coordination with the Director of ESOL and the Associate Dean of Adult Education. Meet with community partners and agencies to identify and plan off-campus class offerings. Plan teaching schedules and determine course offerings.
· Provide appropriate office hours for student admissions and advisement. Monitor student attendance, progress, and retention. Determine needs of individual students in the programs. Supervise and advise students regarding attendance, educational and occupational goals and individual plans for progress.
· Participate in community events to promote program and recruit students. Recruit students for program expansion. Plan student retention methods in coordination with program instructors and the Director of ESOL. Work with staff from GTCC’s marketing department to design and revise marketing materials for use in recruitment activities.
· Provide supervision and guidance to two full-time instructors, one full-time program assistant, 20 to 30 part-time instructors and two part-time program associates. Organize and coordinate personnel and work schedules to provide coverage in classes, both on and off campus. Conduct classroom visitations, instructor observations, and class outline reviews to ensure the quality and effectiveness of instructional activities. Ensure that Web Attendance is updated on a daily basis. Develop appropriate course outlines/syllabi. In conjunction with curriculum coordinator, select textbooks and secure necessary instructional materials and supplies.
· Work with program assistant to prepare and verify accuracy of monthly payroll, to include student attendance records, accurate recording of instructor absences, etc.
· Stay abreast of policies and practices related to the various assessments used in Adult Education (CASAS, TABE, GED, HiSet, etc.) via trainings, periodicals, webinars, etc. to ensure that all students are pre and post-tested according to manufacturer’s guidelines and in compliance with state and federal guidelines. Participate in national, regional and state professional development initiatives to improve knowledge and skill base.
· Collaborate with assessment staff in planning, facilitating and providing coverage for weekly ESOL orientation classes. Ensure that orientation materials are current and that there is an adequate supply of materials to meet enrollment needs.
· Convey information regarding policies and procedures to students, instructors and other stakeholders.
· Demonstrate and model the College’s employability skills: adaptability, communication, information processing, problem solving, responsibility and teamwork.
· Perform all duties of an instructor as needed. Perform additional duties as directed by supervisor.
· Dealing with frequent interruptions
· Dealing with limited resources (fiscal, human, supplies, etc.)
· Managing student issues (behavior, health, emergencies)
· Managing personnel issues
· Managing community relationships and partnerships
· Managing multiple priorities
· Meeting sudden, unexpected deadlines
· Campus Police – weekly
· Campus Dean - monthly
· Continuing Education Registrar- monthly
· Human Resources – monthly
· Payroll – monthly
· Information Technology Services – weekly