About Cape Cod Community College:
Cape Cod Community
is a place of personal discovery, enrichment, and
professional development for those just beginning the quest and for
those at many points along the path of higher education throughout
life. It is a caring, comprehensive institution that belongs to the
people it serves and responds to their individual and community
needs. Students attending Cape Cod Community College are striving
for personal excellence, and are finding it, day after day.
Graduates of the College can be found in all levels of private
business, the professions, and public service, and they excel at
what they do.
For students seeking to lay a foundation for further study, there
is no better place to begin than at Cape Cod Community College. In
today's highly competitive market place, the well prepared transfer
student is the most aggressively recruited person in higher
education. For many Cape Cod Community College graduates, that
Associate Degree opens the door to institutions that were just not
an option after high school. And, when you consider the savings in
the overall cost of a four-year degree at either a public or a
private university, starting at Cape Cod Community College becomes
an incredible bargain that blends quality with unmatched
The students' education is the first priority at Cape Cod Community
College. As a learning-centered community, we value the
contributions of a diverse population, welcome open inquiry, and
promote mutual respect. The College offers a strong educational
foundation of critical and creative thinking, communication
competency, and a global, multicultural perspective that prepares
students for life and work in the 21st century. Our liberal arts,
sciences, and career programs provide educational pathways that
serve the varied social, economic, and demographic characteristics
of our community with a distinctive focus on sustainability. We
honor our past, celebrate our present and imagine our future.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Reporting to the Program Director of the ADULT EDUCATION CENTER of
CCCC (AEC), the Instructor is responsible for teaching English to
Speakers of Other Languages (ESL) two evenings per week, in a
respectful, student-centered, culturally inclusive setting while
adhering to the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and
Secondary Education (DESE) guidelines under the Adult and Community
Learning Services (ACLS) unit. Classes are expected to run
Face-to-Face in the classroom; however, applicants should be
prepared to pivot to Remote teaching and learning if health
concerns warrant a change.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
- Aligning all curriculum, lesson plans, and instruction to
incorporate lead learning standards from the Massachusetts ESL
Curriculum Frameworks and the College and Career Readiness
Standards for Adult Education (CCRSAE).
- Following research-based best practices for effective adult
learning when delivering the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks
and the CCRSAE.
- Teaching ESL curriculum Face-to Face and/or remotely, to
include F2F time via Zoom, organization of lessons, materials, and
work in Moodle, and the execution of online textbook materials and
- Providing ongoing and measurable interactive remote learning
activities that reinforce ESL listening, speaking, reading, and
writing skills with individuals, pair, or small groups.
- Using a variety of instructional methods, techniques, and
tools, including, but not limited to scaffolding, higher-order
thinking skills, and differentiated instruction to accommodate
differences in learning styles, toward increasing student skills in
listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
- Teaching the required number of sessions weekly/yearly, Monday
and Wednesday, 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (adding make-up sessions when
- Preparing and submitting weekly lesson plans that align with
the Massachusetts English Language Proficiency Standards for Adult
Education (MA ELPS). With the Advisor on a bi-weekly basis,
incorporating into the instruction period student Career and
Education Plan activities, including but not limited to: goal
exploration; an inventory of each student's
interests/values/aspirations; skills inventory; computer
exploration of occupational choices that relate to student
interests and skills, and the exploration of career ladders.
- Monitoring and recording student daily attendance accurately in
SharePoint, and communicating attendance challenges on a daily
basis to advising staff and/or program administrators.
- Referring students to Advising or administrative staff, when
- Continuous and timely communication with Advising and
administrative staff regarding any student, class, curriculum, and
programmatic challenges or issues.
- Arriving for Face-to-Face and/or remote class at least 10
minutes in advance of scheduled start time.
- Attending scheduled 2-hour monthly staff meetings.
- Attending mandatory 3 day in-house (or remote) August Institute
- Submitting required documentation in accordance with
- Assisting with intake, orientation, assessment, and
- Arranging for substitute teachers when absent and providing
appropriate lesson plans for them.
- Attending at least 12 hours of professional development
opportunities as required for program facilitation and as per DESE
guidelines. New staff will attend DESE required New Staff
- Completing and documenting monthly staff meetings, and
- Assisting with curriculum development and other programmatic
ADDITIONAL PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor's degree in education or a related field.
- Three years of experience in teaching ESL adult education, with
demonstrated ability to relate to the needs and interests of adult
students in F2F and/or Remote ESL learning programs.
- One year of ESL remote teaching experience, meeting with groups
of students online two or more periods a week.
- Demonstrated experience developing and using multimedia (audio,
video, podcasts, online textbooks, etc.) to enhance F2F and/or
remote student engagement in active and collaborative learning
- Experience using evidence based best practices associated with
online learning pedagogy (e.g., frequent communication, active
learning practices, working individually or with others, etc.) that
support student success in the digital literacy environment.
- Experience using ongoing formative and summative assessments to
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Excellent problem-solving skills.
- Experience teaching adult multicultural students.
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Bilingual educator.
- Experience teaching basic math skills.
- Knowledge of the Massachusetts Adult Basic Education
- Knowledge of standardized assessments used in the Massachusetts
Adult Basic Education system.
Applicants who do not meet the qualifications as noted above are
encouraged to put in writing precisely how their background and
experience has prepared them with the equivalent combination of
education, training, and experience required for the
responsibilities of this position.
: $29.79 per hour for 6 hours of class time and
6 hours of planning time per week, 2 hours/month for staff meetings
and 12 hours/year of professional development. Approximate period
of employment: September 2021 - June 2022. Part-Time,
Non-benefited, Grant-funded MCCC Unit Position.
Immediate need; applications reviewed
Please visit our website at www.capecod.edu
for information on
Cape Cod Community College.
This appointment is subject to grant funding and the FY2022
Appointment subject to SORI (Sex Offender Registry
Information), publicly-accessible Massachusetts CORI (Criminal
Offender Record Information) and national background
The College does not provide any measure of assistance for
applicants who do not have the ability to work in the United
Cape Cod Community College is an affirmative action/equal
opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of
race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, age,
veteran status, genetic information, gender identity or sexual
orientation in its programs and activities as required by Title IX
of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other
applicable statues and College policies. The College prohibits
sexual harassment, including sexual violence. Inquiries or
complaints concerning discrimination, harassment, retaliation or
sexual violence shall be referred to the College's Affirmative
Action/Title IX Coordinator, the Massachusetts Commission Against
Discrimination, the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission or
the United States Department of Education's Office for Civil
**ALL APPLICATION MATERIALS MUST BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY IN
ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED.**
Begin the online application process by going to the APPLY
link. During the process you will be given an opportunity
to upload required documents
: a cover
addressing how you meet the minimum requirements of the
position and resume (failure to submit requested
documents may result in disqualification)
. Please note that
finalist candidates will be asked to provide three current
professional letters of reference and transcripts.
See the FAQ
for using our online system. Please
if you need assistance applying
through this website.
to your Cape Cod Community College Careers
Account to check your completed application.