Instructor for Clarinda Correctional Facility
Bachelor's Degree with current teaching certification.
GENERAL JOB SUMMARY:
Teach Literacy, ABE, vocational and/or High School Equivalency classes at the Clarinda Correctional Facility.
- Provide instruction to offenders in literacy, adult basic education, vocational training and/or HISET preparation as assigned
- Assess each new student for educational needs using formal tests (i.e. CASAS, TABE) and informal interview
- Orientate new students to school rules and schedule into classes
- Give offender students direction in setting short and long-term educational goals
- Provide student offenders with a variety of multi-level materials to help them obtain their educational goals
- Keep accurate and up-to-date lesson plans, cumulative student records and testing information on each student
- Administer TABE and CASAS testing as deemed necessary to show growth or verify reading skills
- Administer HISET Practice tests to determine readiness for HISET testing
- Communicate with student Offender's counselors to alert to problems/success
- Coordinate with Special Education staff on needs of mainstreamed students
- Record student attendance and maintain pay sheets for school workers and teacher aides
- Cooperate with staff/colleagues in planning and implementing educational activities
- Assist with the development of curriculum
- Keep records, supply reports/data, information or documentation as requested by the Education Coordinator or Department personnel
- Initiate the appropriate verbal/written reports as deemed by policy and procedures of CCF, IWCC, and DOC
- Be alert to and adhere to current custody and security policies and procedures of CCF, IWCC, and DOC
- Supervise the use, security and safe storage of all equipment and materials
- Train, schedule, and supervise offender teacher aides and educational aides
- Keep current with the trends and issues that affect the institution and teaching profession
- Maintain professional communication and decorum at all times
- Attend professional development workshops, staff development, and classes to sharpen teaching skills and maintain current teaching license
- Complete required DOC security training
- Perform other educational duties as deemed necessary by the Educational Coordinator
PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS (Skills & Abilities):
- Multitask in a fast-paced, independent working environment
- Ability to organize time and tasks is essential. Ability to meet deadlines required.
- Assume responsibility and deal effectively with problems and exercise good judgment when making decisions.
- Ability to develop and maintain strong working relationships with students, colleagues, faculty, and staff required.
- Ability to successfully and diplomatically work with co-workers to achieve common goals is critical.
- Must demonstrate strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to accurately and efficiently communicate imperative information to students and coworkers.
- Strong computer skills; understand and operate all functions in Microsoft Office are required.
- Must possess a strong attention to detail, and ability to follow through independently.
- Be able to represent the college in the most positive manner with prospective, former, and current students, clients, suppliers, and the community we serve.
- Welcome, value, and nurture people of all backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences, as well as support and promote an environment that accepts differences.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:
Iowa Western offers a wide array of competitive benefits and perks, including medical and dental coverage, life insurance, retirement with generous matching, and paid time-off (including numerous holidays).
Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. 3:30 p.m
For all Faculty and Adjunct positions please include an IWCC Application, Cover Letter, Resume and Unofficial Transcripts.
open until filled
Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination:
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