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The Literacy Council is an inspiring place to join, with staff positively impacting the lives of so many adults in Northern Virginia. LCNV offers paid employment opportunities and unpaid internships.
 

Academic Operations Manager

Full-time

The Literacy Council of Northern Virginia is seeking an Academic Operations Manager (AOM) for its English language and literacy academic program serving immigrant adult learners. This full-time position with benefits will coordinate program logistics, support teacher needs, and manage day-to-day operations of classroom programs. The AOM is also the go-to person for LCNV partners with respect to contractual requirements.

In particular the Academic Operations Manager will develop schedules and calendars, coordinate the overall scheduling of the classroom programs including registrations and graduations, coordinate logistics of Children’s Room component of Family Literacy courses and supervise its staff, deliver materials to class sites, order books and supplies, create class rosters and enrollment records, pair tutors with students needing additional assistance, manage meetings with partners, and other duties as assigned.

Candidates with a four year college degree and at least two years of relevant prior work experience will be considered, with preference given to those with a background in education and successful track record coordinating logistics and project management. Skills in Microsoft Word, and Excel, are essential. We are looking for an dependable, diplomatic, self-starter with excellent communication skills to join a congenial, mission-driven nonprofit academic environment that serves adults from other countries and their children. Some evening hours and travel between class locations in Fairfax County required. EOE/AA. Send resume and cover letter to hr@lcnv.org or Human Resources, Literacy Council of Northern Virginia, 2855 Annandale Road, Falls Church, VA 22042. Position closes March 13, 2015.

ESOL classroom teachers

Part-time

The Literacy Council of Northern Virginia is seeking experienced ESOL teachers for an 8 to 12 week session.  Part-time positions (6 hours/week) are available in Herndon, Springfield, and Alexandria, Va.  Please send resume and cover letter to Teaching Position, Literacy Council of Northern Virginia, 2855 Annandale Road, Falls Church, VA 22042 or via hr@lcnv.org. EOE/AA

Become an AmeriCorp Instructor

 

 Raymond Chow, Setara Habib, Catherine Ludwig, and Jessica RainesThe Literacy Council of Northern Virginia, in partnership with Loudoun Literacy Council (www.loudounliteracy.org) in Leesburg and BEACON for Adult Literacy (www.beaconliteracy.org) in Bristow, is recruiting AmeriCorps members for a service term of one year, beginning in early September. Our AmeriCorps members serve as lead classroom instructors for adult beginning learners of English. They teach the basic skills of reading, writing, speaking, and understanding English in order to empower them to participate more fully and confidently in their communities. Members are fully trained to fulfill the following duties:

  • teach a maximum of three classes at LCNV sites;
  • supervise volunteers and collaborate with partners at LCNV sites;
  • participate substantively in LCNV’s organizational management.
During their service period, AmeriCorps members receive a living allowance of $15,400, payable in bi-weekly allotments. Upon completing 1,700 hours of service, members receive a $5,350 education award from the Corporation for National and Community Service. Health coverage is provided. A car is required; mileage beyond normal commuting distance is reimbursed.
 
For information on AmeriCorps and how to apply, visit www.americorps.gov and submit your application to the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia program.
Contact us directly at americorps@lcnv.org in case of inquiries.
 
AmeriCorps and the Literacy Council are Equal Opportunity Employers. AmeriCorps members have the right to reasonable accommodation and accessibility for any disability. AmeriCorps member positions are contingent on receipt of program funding from the Virginia Office on Volunteerism and Community Service, and the Corporation for National and Community Service.

 

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