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Adult Learner Services Coordinator

Second Start

Second Start is a private non-profit educational corporation located in Concord, New Hampshire since 1971. Second Start offers a wide variety of programs designed to improve the economic and educational well-being of New Hampshire residents.

Our mission is to help people become more productive workers, family members and community citizens. We provide supportive, affordable and effective educational programs, including: adult basic education, job training and career counseling, education and training for at-risk youth, and child care services.

Second Start is seeking a Coordinator for its’ Merrimack County Adult Learner Services Program. The Coordinator recruits and trains volunteers to work with Adult Basic Education (ABE) students and English as a Second Language (ESL) students. The Coordinator recruits, interviews, and assesses the academic needs of adults interested in tutorial services and matches them to an appropriate tutor. The Coordinator provides additional assessments at predetermined intervals and provides regular contact and support to both tutors and students to insure that the programs’ objectives are being met. Program management responsibilities include grant writing, data reporting, and collaborating with New Hampshire Bureau of Adult Education (NHBAE) and Second Start ESL and ABE professionals. Key qualifications include: ability to work independently, strong interpersonal and communication skills, and knowledge of principles/methods for curriculum and training design for both tutors and adult learners. This is a salaried, school year, 40 hours per week position with some evening work required.

Please send a resume to:

Second Start

Attn: Marianne Philbrick, Adult Education Program Director

 17 Knight Street

Concord, N.H. 03301

Fax: 603-228-3852

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Date Added: March 11, 2019

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