- Implement and conduct classroom-based courses, breakout room content, and 1:1 sessions that are based on AMP’d UP curriculum.
- Utilize online databases to set class schedules and lessons, and oversee class operations
- Keep accurate attendance records and conduct client pre- and post-assessments, including data entry
- Design, coordinate, and implement supplemental workshops for cases that require additional support and information
- Assist in the development and implementation of monthly trainings for all eligible clients.
- Onboard and train volunteers and interns to teach AMP’d UP Curriculum successfully both virtually and in-person
- Consistently update AMP’d UP curriculum to meet the needs of the English learning community and include adult learning practices
- Successfully track attendance and follow-up with necessary staff with relevant client updates
- Use ETO and any other funder required databases to track client services, outcomes, and metrics.
- Monitor and adhere to the program budget throughout the project duration.
- Participate in all-staff/ program meetings.
- Other related duties as assigned.
Position Reports to: Economic Empowerment & Education Manager
Position directly supervises: Interns and volunteers
Indirect Reporting: Anti-Trafficking & New Initiatives Coordinator, Site Director
Other Internal and/or external contacts:
Internal: IRC program staff, interns and volunteers
External: Community partners and economic empowerment programs.
- Undergraduate degree in Teaching, Finance, Business or an equivalent field of study.
- Demonstrated relevant work experience in teaching multi-cultural populations on relevant topics.
- Prior experience providing direct service to underserved or refugee populations preferred.
- Knowledge and experience with an array of workforce and financial topics, including job readiness training and financial capabilities curriculums.
- Previous multi-cultural experience and demonstrated ability to communicate well with people of varied backgrounds strongly preferred.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills required.
- Extensive experience in presenting, teaching, and leading training workshops.
- Excellent computer skills, particularly Word and Excel required. Prior experience using tracking systems.
- Attention to detail and ability to efficiently and accurately organize, track, and communicate information.
- Commitment to teamwork and collaboration across all IRC programs.
- Highly motivated with an ability to work independently, develop new classes and programming, and be a self-starter, maintaining responsibility for multiple tasks.
- Blended virtual and office work environment coupled with regular travel in and around the service delivery area.
Please apply here.