ESL Instructor/ Case Manager/ Employment Coach

Chester 19013, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

Delaware County Literacy Council is a community-based nonprofit organization that serves adults who want to improve their reading, writing, math, and English language skills to gain or improve their employment opportunities. DCLC works across Delaware County with offices in Chester and Upper Darby.

 

ESL Instructor (FT) -

  • Seeking experienced Instructors to plan and implement adult education classes. Instruction will be 20-25 hours per week plus professional development, prep, and admin responsibilities. May include evening classes. Requires BA plus at least 2 years teaching experience.  Experience working with CCRS preferred.  Year-round position with benefits.

Case Manager (FT) -

  • Seeking experience Case Managers to support adult education students’ success in completing GED/ESL program. Services will include case planning and documentation in a team structure that includes academic and employment services. May include evening hours. Requires BA plus at least 2 years of Case Management experience. Experience working with immigrants and adult students preferred.

Employment Coach (FT) -

  • Seeking experience Employment Coach to support adult education students’ success in obtaining or improving employment. Services will include individual and group employment coaching and working in a team structure that includes academic and employment services. May include evening hours. Requires BA plus at least 2 years of Case Management experience. Experience working with immigrants and adult students preferred.

 

To Apply: Interested individuals should send resume and cover letter to Kate McGeever at [email protected].

 


 

Contact: Kate McGeever

E-Mail: [email protected]

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