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Employment Opportunities

Nurse Aide Program Instructional Position

The District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund is seeking an RN Lead Instructor for our Nurse Aide Occupational Training Program:

RN Lead Instructor: The Lead Instructor is a Registered Nurse who has the interest, ability, and knowledge to teach students under the Pennsylvania Department of Education guidelines to become safe and competent nurse aides who can pass the state competency exam. This person will also be responsible for implementing and teaching home health aide training and other entry level nursing related courses. In addition to teaching responsibilities, this position involves other duties such maintenance of clinical relationships, consistent curriculum development and revisions, and compliance with the Department of Education, Private License School, and Council of Occupational Education standards. Additionally, this person is responsible for coordinating aspects of the training programs that require support and the knowledge of an RN.

The Lead Instructor must believe in the value of the nursing assistant programs offered by the District 1199C Training and Upgrading Fund/HTTI and must respect the contribution of Nurse Aides and Home Health Aides to health care.

For a detailed job description and application instructions, please see below:

  • RN Lead Instructor, Nurse Aide Training Program job description: click here.

To apply, please submit résumé to Makeeda Holley, Director of Workforce Development.

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College & Career Readiness Positions

The District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund has received an additional two years of grant support for our Adult Literacy/Numeracy and Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language, and Integrated English Language Literacy and Civics Education, and we are seeking three employees to fill the following roles:

  1. College & Career Readiness (CCR) Department Director - full-time: The Director of the CCR Department is responsible for oversight and supervision of District 1199C Training Fund’s adult basic education/ELL, IELCE (Integrated English Language Literacy and Civics Education), and tutoring programs, Bridges to Career Opportunities program, and the Training Fund’s myPlace campus; collaboration with PA CareerLink, literacy, social service and training partners; documentation, data reporting and grant writing; and, other duties as needed. This full time, grant-funded position with benefits reports to the Executive Director and serves on the agency’s leadership team.

  2. IELCE Instructor - part-time: The Integrated English Language Literacy & Civics Education (IELCE) instructor is responsible for developing and implementing a curriculum and lesson plans that integrate civics, literacy and English language acquisition (ELA) in preparation for post-secondary education or employment. The IELCE instructor will work with the IELCE Program Coordinator in helping ESL students interested in health care training to progress through the IELCE instructional program so that they may qualify for enrollment in a Home Health Aide Integrated Education and Training Program offered by the Training Fund. This is a part time position with day and/or evening hours.

These positions begin immediately. For detailed job descriptions and application instructions, please see below:

To apply, please submit résumé and other required application components by July 16, 2018 to  Cheryl Feldman, Executive Director.

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GED to College Instructors 

The District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund is seeking part-time science instructors for its GED to College program.

These individuals are responsible for planning and implementing interactive lessons aligned to GED standards. Instructors support young adult learners (ages 17-21) seeking academic improvement, employment, advancement and/or entrance to college or training programs.

  • Science PT Instructor job description: click here.

To apply, please submit résumé to Makeeda Holley, Director of Workforce Development.