Spanish Adult Basic Education/GED Faculty, Part-Time
Adult Basic Skills
Albany Campus, Albany, OR
Instruct Spanish-only or Spanish-preferred students in Adult Basic
Education and GED classes. The Adult Basic Skills instructor
provides an instructional program to meet the needs of Spanish-only
speaking students, in compliance with the Adult Education Act. The
instructor is responsible to the Dean of Academic Foundations and
Extended Learning or designees in carrying out his/her assigned
instructional tasks. The instructor shall perform such other duties
as assigned by his/her immediate supervisor.
Bachelor’s degree in education or related field, or equivalent
combination of experience and education/training related to
teaching and/or working with the Spanish GED population. Must be
fluent in English and Spanish languages. One year, full or part
time experience in instructional setting teaching adults.
Documented ability to plan and implement instructional programs
appropriate for adult learners. Proficient use of computers. Must
be able to work respectfully with individuals of all cultures,
backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities. The ability to
communicate effectively as a teacher and to operate as an effective
member of a team.
A Master’s degree with a major in Adult Education, Reading,
English, Math or related field, or completion of 27 graduate
quarter hours in Education or related discipline. A valid or
previous OR 7-12 teaching license. Knowledge of strategies and
techniques to instruct students with disabilities. Experience
teaching adults in ABE / GED programs or non-traditional
alternative programs. Experience teaching basic computer skills.
Teaching experience in community college.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:
Work is performed in an office or classroom setting with minimal
exposure to safety or health hazards. Learned physical skill is
required to operate keyboard or other office equipment. Requires
sufficient visual acuity to recognize alphanumeric characters.
Requires sufficient hearing and speaking ability to communicate
effectively with staff and students.
Act as a team member of the Adult Basic Skills Department. Instruct
assigned basic skills and GED preparation.
Monitor and evaluate learning progress, determine learning needs of
Provide classroom environment conducive to student learning.
Teach classes as assigned following approved course outline,
prepare and develop materials for assigned classes, provide
students with course syllabi reflecting the objectives of each
Participate in Learning Standards training and on-going
professional development in Learning Standards; demonstrate lesson
planning utilizing Learning Standards.
Establish and maintain close supervision of students’
Participate in curriculum development, recommend textbooks and
other instructional materials and equipment, and recommend course
Maintain college facilities and equipment.
Keep abreast of technological changes and development in subject
area, innovative teaching techniques, and continuously strive for
Attend staff meetings, work in cooperative manner with others in
department and college, respond to emails and departmental requests
for information in a timely manner, represent department at
pertinent meetings as required.
Promote positive image of college and college programs.
Participate in department processes designed to recruit and retain
Participate in Student Appraisal of Classroom Learning.
Maintain posted office hours. Provide out of class time to students
for course advising and support.
In addition to completing the online application, applicants must
attach the following documents when applying:
2. Academic Transcript showing qualifying degree.
Transcripts from a non-U.S. college or university must be
accompanied by an international credential agency evaluation.
Please see “Academic Transcript Information” on Employment
Opportunities home page for more information and a list of agencies
which perform this service.
Applications are reviewed for minimum qualifications. In order to
be considered, your application must clearly show you meet the
minimum qualifications for this position.
U.S. Veterans will need to attach proof of honorable discharge
(Form DD-214) to their application to qualify for veteran’s
Proposed Start Date:
Full-time or Part-time
Number of hours/week:
Open Until Filled:
Special Notes to Applicants:
Qualified applicants will be added to a pool. Part-time teaching
positions are filled as needed.
As a condition of employment, all new employees are required to be
compensated via direct deposit.
LBCC is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.
Offers of employment are contingent on the applicant having Oregon
residency at the time work commences.
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * How did you learn about this position? Please select one.
- Latinos in Higher Education
- HERC-Higher Education Recruitment Consortium
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- State Employment Department
- LBCC Employment Opportunities Website
- Other, specify below
- If you selected other above, please specify the website or
other resource from which you learned of the position.
(Open Ended Question)
- * Do you have a Bachelor's degree?
- Academic Transcript
- Cover Letter
- Sample Teaching Materials
- Statement of Teaching Philosophy
- Academic Transcript 2
- Academic Transcript 3
- Academic Transcript 4
- Academic Transcript 5
- U. S. Veteran Proof of Honorable Discharge DD-214, Copy 4