The Center for New Americans ESOL Teacher - Beginner Level Part-time in Northampton, Massachusetts
NORTHAMPTON Part-time Beginner-Level ESOL Teacher Center for New Americans seeks an ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) teacher for our evening remote NRS level 1 class. This class meets online using zoom technology. Successful candidates will have experience at the beginner level, experience teaching remotely on zoom, and the capacity and willingness to teach this class on zoom but offer occasional in person meetings. This class meets Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings from 6:00 - 7:30 PM. Teachers work 11 hours per week which includes teaching, preparation, and hours for meetings and administrative tasks including attendance data entry. Compensation is $23.50-$24.50/hour based on experience. Successful candidates will: Have a TESOL certificate and/or equivalent degree; Have experience teaching adult ESOL students in a community-based setting including beginning-level and pre-literate students and experience with differentiation for a range of learners; Have experience integrating technology into ESOL instruction, and teaching ESOL online using the Zoom platform; Have experience planning lessons which align with DESE (the Mass. Department of Elementary & Secondary Education) MA ELPS and following a Scope & Sequence; Be open to peer mentoring and close collaboration with other teachers, program advisors, and volunteers; Assess and document students' participation and progress. Center for New Americans is hoping to receive applications from skilled candidates from a variety of backgrounds, particularly in regard to race, culture, and language proficiency. Preference will be given for candidates who bring experience, capacity, and perspective to strengthen the organization's capacity to meet its mission. Center for New Americans (CNA) is a community-based non-profit adult education center located in Western Massachusetts. Using a participatory approach to instruction, CNA provides limited-English proficient adults with the education and resources to learn English, become involved members of their new communities, and ultimately obtain the tools necessary to secure economic independence and stability.