Responsible for providing instruction, curriculum development, student evaluation, and up-to-date progress and performance reports to participants in pre-employment skills workshops. Curriculum: 1. Design, develop, and implement curriculum to promote specific skill development. 2. Evaluate and modify curriculum to meet the changing needs of participants. 3. Customize and coordinate computer literacy curriculum. Instruction: 4. Facilitate Group workshops using the Employment Solutions: Skills for Life and Work Curriculum. 5. Instruct participants in steps and procedures to access computer terminals, and to use various software applications, including the Internet.
Evaluation/preparation: 6. Analyze individual learning styles and special training needs and problem solve for the best teaching strategies. 7. Assign appropriate textbooks and learning materials to participants to reinforce and assess learning. 8. Evaluate and measure participants’ progress to meet overall learning objectives. 9. Input daily attendance and weekly progress reports in the AS400 database. Reporting: 10. Report individual progress and performance to case manager. 11. Correct assignments and analyze the progress of participants. Other: 12. Attend staffing to review participant’s performance. 13. Protect confidentiality of all participants in program. 14. Maintain a safe and orderly work environment.
1. Design and conduct computer training activities as required. 2. Prior knowledge and ability to master subject content areas as needed for new instructional programs. 3. Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge and Abilities: 1. Knowledge of disadvantaged populations and persons with disabilities and their barriers relating to employability. 2. Communication skills, both verbally and in written form, for providing highly effective individual and group instruction and training. 3. Knowledge of computer systems and educational software.
Experience and Requirements:
1. Training in a related field such as human resources, business management, training or counseling. 2. Two years prior instructional experience. 3. Bachelor's degree in related field preferred. 4. Valid Illinois Drivers License. 5. Ability to move about office areas. 6. Ability to lift up to ten pounds. 7. Repetitive use of hands is required in the form of fine manipulations keyboarding while using computer. 8. Ability to communicate effectively in both written and verbal form. 9. Ability to observe personnel paperwork transactions.
About Goodwill Industries of Southeastern WI and Metro Chicago
Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin, Inc. is the largest of more than 165 Goodwill organizations in the world and has been providing services since 1919. Some 6,200 Goodwill employees work in nearly 100 locations throughout our 23-county territory in southeastern Wisconsin and metropolitan Chicago. Our service territory consists of thirteen full or partial counties in southeastern Wisconsin, and ten full or partial counties in northeastern Illinois.