Jobs in Adult Basic Education
This page lists job postings at adult basic education programs that are funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. Job postings must be funded, at least in part, by WIOA Title II funds. To post a job, please email the job posting to Matt Manfred at email@example.com.
Full-Time Consultant: Professional Learning Opportunities (ProLO) Project
TIU Community Education and Workforce Services is seeking to hire a full-time Consultant for the Professional Learning Opportunities Project. The consultant will provide consulting and coaching services to agencies in Pennsylvania receiving Title II funding. Additionally, the consultant will design and implement various presentations to meet professional development needs and participate in ongoing evaluation of the various products and services provided by the Professional Learning Opportunities Project. This is a position that requires the consultant to work remotely except for some travel to agencies, training, and meetings primarily around Pennsylvania. Questions about the position can be sent to Chelsea DeLeo, firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are online and the deadline to apply is September 29, 2023.
Part-Time Facilitator: Professional Learning Opportunities (ProLO) Project
TIU Community Education and Workforce Services is seeking to hire a part-time course facilitator for the Professional Learning Opportunities Project. The course facilitator will support participants in the completion of assessment courses housed in the PD Portal. This is a remote position. Questions about the position can be sent to Chelsea DeLeo, email@example.com. Applications are online and the deadline to apply is September 29, 2023.
The Workforce Development Program Specialist is responsible for assisting Title II adult education agencies to address and meet the goals of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) with the Pennsylvania Department of Education Division of Adult Education (Division) Workforce Development Liaison project. Under the direction of project leadership, the Specialist will develop and deliver training for adult education program staff; provide technical assistance and coaching to programs, including assistance focused on Integrated Education and Training; coordinate the implementation of workforce development and partnership strategies related to WIOA Local and Regional Plans; support adult career pathway development and implementation for providers in alignment with WIOA Local and Regional Plans; support coordination of services within and among regional coalitions; develop resources for programs; contribute to the development of various written and online program deliverables; collect and use program data to understand current trends and outcomes; and other similar tasks that support the role of student support coordinators in Division-funded adult education programs. Additionally, the Specialist will work closely with the Pennsylvania Professional Development System to implement a coordinated service delivery approach.