CobbWorks, Inc. seeks qualified, experienced individuals/organizations to provide General Educational Development (GED) and English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction. Instructors are responsible for creating lesson plans and homework assignments that align with student testing results. Position requires teacher to be able to teach both in-person and virtually.
CobbWorks, Inc., ESL/GED Program is a performance-based program designed to improve the lives of a minimum of 50 low-income adults. CobbWorks, Inc., expects the selected contractor to provide preparation assistance for participants to earn their GED and ESL classes to improve English language skills. The contractor will provide an ESL and GED preparation curriculum that will enable each participant to acquire the competence necessary to successfully obtain the GED certification and/or improve English language skills. Program design can consist of a 20 hours per week. Actual classroom time must be no fewer than four (4) days a week, 2 hours per class daily. Grade-level progression is considered an outcome of this program, and the contractor must assess and record progression for each student who is enrolled in the program. After successfully passing the GED or ESL examination, the contractor will refer graduates to CobbWorks, Inc., for vocational skills training and employment opportunities.
Instructor shall possess the ability to provide English language lessons to students from different backgrounds and cultures. The ESL teacher will be responsible for planning lessons and activities, adopting a creative approach, and encouraging and motivating students to learn.
To be a successful ESL teacher, you should be able to create an environment that is conducive to learning. Ultimately, an exceptional ESL teacher will encourage students to interact with each other to improve their English-speaking skills.
Interested parties should contact Lizett Royal at [email protected] for more information.