People, Words & Change is looking for a Digital Literacy Instructor
People, Words & Change is a nonprofit, English Language, Adult Literacy and Basic Skills program funded by the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development. The PWC Computer Program offers small-group instruction to learners who are working on basic digital literacy skills.
PWC needs an energetic, dynamic individual to assume the duties of an instructor in our computer skills program. The computer instructor supports the work of the program by organizing and running computer labs for learners who wish to develop basic literacy and essential computer skills, using pre-made self-guided modules.
- Maintain a program of appropriate instruction for learners at beginner and intermediate levels of computer essential skills.
- Maintain a system of monitoring the ongoing progress of each learner in the computer lab program.
- Update current modules and develop new modules as needed to ensure content is relevant to job seekers.
- Research online and elsewhere for learning programs, websites and other resources that can enhance learners’ experience in the computer lab.
- Manage social media accounts and develop promotional materials as needed
EDUCATION AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
- Recognized Teaching Certification and/or related experience
- Literacy and/or English as a Second Language teaching experience working with adults
- Excellent command of Windows 10, Microsoft Word. Basic knowledge of Excel and PowerPoint
- Excellent written and oral communication skills in English
- Excellent interpersonal skills
- Ability to work as part of a team
TIME COMMITMENT: Thirty hours per week including one evening. Attendance at occasional PWC events.
SALARY RANGE: $26.50 – $27.60/hr, with review after six months
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday, August 27, 2021
Applicants can submit their resumes and a letter of interest to Dee Sullivan, Executive Director: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.