Adult Education Testing Coordinator
We are currently seeking an Adult Education Testing Coordinator to facilitate our student testing and support the orientation coordinator in our Aspire/ Hugh School Equivalency/ ESOL programs. The emphasis of this program is to provide educational and transitional services for clients seeking to enhance basic skills, enter post-secondary opportunities, and/or obtain employment.
In order to be successful, this position requires the ability to successfully engage students in a way that will allow them to have their skills evaluated through standardized testing, provide positive feedback for academic growth, and provide educational leadership students in classroom, small group, individual settings and online.
This includes, but is not limited to:
Coordinate Testing processes for all students.
Scheduling and confirming pre-testing staff and space sand communicating schedule and staffing with all parties involved at our primary location and satellites
Preparing materials for every testing session and keeping adequate supplies stocked.
Staffing and/or facilitating testing sessions
Registering students in DRC online testing system for initial evaluation and progress testing
Making student and instructor copies of pre-test scores and preparing student portfolios
Proctoring testing sessions per enrollment (including administering paper tests as needed)
Helping students complete GED test applications and applying for vouchers
Registering individuals for and administering TASCtests,
Tracking student attendance hours to determine testing eligibility,Complete administrative tasks for the AdultEducation program.
Coordinating with Neighborhood Engagement to ensure there are updated recruitment materials
Handling daytime program inquiries
Assist Orientation Coordinator
Work Experience and Education
Requires Bachelor's Degree, or equivalent experience in test administration. Requires a valid drivers’ license with ability to be insured (i.e., nomajor or DUI offenses in prior five years). 2 years of administrative experience preferred. Must possess strong attention to detail. Must have excellent leadership, relationship development and problem-solving skills. Requires knowledge of word processing, Google, and database programs, Prior experience in workforce development programs or adult education is preferred. Must be able to work some evenings and weekends.
Must be able to lift, push and/orcarry up to ten pounds (i.e., text books, carts, etc.); accomplish tasks in a noisy environment; multitask and prioritize with competing deadlines; ability to perform duties, show patience and answer questions gracefully with frequent interruptions; review, analyze, remember and manipulate information; observe and interpret facial expressions and gestures; listen and communicate verbally in a variety of formal and informal settings; and operate office equipment.