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Instructor, Digital Readiness and IT Fundamentals

 1/1/2018

 

JOB TITLE
Instructor, Digital Readiness and IT Fundamentals

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develops and delivers a variety of digital literacy skills training that meet student and employer needs.
  • Conducts community outreach to market the program and garner students.
  • Teaches participants how to operate computer software and assesses their abilities to use computers.
  • Provides verbal and written feedback on individual performance and monitors progress for both the participant and the referral source.
  • Conducts assessments using software and other testing methods needed to provide proper classroom placement.
  • Provides instruction through varied modalities: in-person group and individual service delivery, blended learning, and virtual/online methodologies as appropriate.
  • Uses student learning technologies as appropriate to deliver and document student progress.
  • Develops online learning modules that can be delivered to students remotely and outside of standard class time.
  • Monitors lab time for participants to practice newly acquired skills.
  • Reviews course curriculum to ensure its on-going effectiveness and industry relevance. May work with the Business Advisory Council on these issues.
  • Evaluates equipment to ensure it meets the expectations of the business community and the needs of the participants with or without disabilities.
  • Orders necessary classroom and resource supplies.
  • Coordinates services with various department staff.
  • Ensures the security of the equipment by maintaining close scrutiny in the classroom and ensuring classroom is locked when participants are not utilizing the equipment.

OTHER DUTIES 

As assigned

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

Bachelor’s degree preferred, Certificates and Credentials required; prior training experience required; demonstrated knowledge with current digital learning curriculum and methodologies.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals; Ability to write routine reports and correspondence; Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees; Aptitude to work with individuals with limited communications skills.

COMPUTER SKILLS

Must be proficient in Microsoft Office 365, and web-based data management systems and applications for computer instruction and employment. Able to load software, troubleshoot basic problems, and learn about current software.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

Must possess or earn CompTIA IT Fundamentals and/or CompTIA A+ Certification as well as CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer or equivalent certification.

OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Must be effective at communicating with a wide variety of students, including students with disadvantages to employment, disabilities, and low basic skills. Must have effective verbal and written communication skills; must keep abreast of computer skills required by employers.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

 

 

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