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Coordinator, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Program

The Community College of Baltimore County has a rich tradition of providing undergraduate education, workforce development, technology training and life enrichment in the Baltimore metropolitan area. CCBC is the college of choice to over 70,000 students and 200 businesses every year. We meet students where they are and take them where they want to go!

Under the supervision of the Director of the Center for Adult and Family Literacy (CAFL), the ESOL Coordinator is responsible for overseeing instructional services for non-credit ESOL courses from beginning literacy level through transition courses to prepare ESOL students for pre-academic/credit ESOL. The coordinator leads a team of ESOL program staff and is an essential part of the CAFL Leadership Team.

Responsibilities include hiring and supervising ESOL instructors and staff; participating as a member of the ESOL registration team; overseeing attendance records of all ESOL faculty and staff as well as collecting and analyzing of student performance data from instructors; establishing and monitoring ESOL program/grant outcomes; reviewing and reporting all program data to the MIS Coordinator; working collaboratively with CEED/CAFL staff and credit ESOL to ensure smooth transition of students to academic/workforce development courses; managing grant-funded budgets; developing annual operational plans and goals for ESOL unit; establishing and maintaining relationships with community ESOL advocates including representing CCBC/CAFL on the Maryland Community Colleges' ESOL Affinity group; planning and implementing staff development sessions for all ESOL staff and instructors; and maintaining program quality.

Evening and some weekend work hours are required as needed.

Bachelor's degree required; Master's Degree or certificate in TESOL preferred
Two years of experience to include administering an educational program, including hiring and supervising staff, budget management, and working with, assessing, and/or teaching adult ESOL learners
Proficiency in MS Office including word processing, spreadsheets, databases and email
Demonstrated experience in planning and implementing interactive staff development activities, teacher meetings, and/or instructional sessions/workshops
Occasional evening and weekend work hours
Preferred: Experience planning and implementing grant activities and outcomes


Choice of one of two Maryland State Retirement Plans (contributory and non-contributory); 403(b) supplemental retirement plans; 457(b) deferred compensation plan; Choice of three college-subsidized health care plans (including prescription drugs) with dental and vision insurance plans for employee and eligible dependents; Employee Assistance Program for employee and family; Flexible spending accounts; Eligibility for post-retirement medical benefits; Generous tuition reimbursement benefits; Voluntary life, long-term disability, and accidental death and dismemberment insurances; Holidays, sick and personal leave (vacation leave for 12-month faculty and professional/administrative positions).