Carreer Instructor Hospitality and Customer Service

GENERAL SUMMARY: Responsible for implementing the career program curriculum for adults. Develop and implement strategies to deliver the Workforce Trainning  program, with customization based on their community, ensuring teaching and learning processes, the interest and retention of the participants, and compliance with program objectives. 

TASKS AND DETAILED WORK ACTIVITIES: 

  • Offer all the essential technical, behavioral and mindset components of career programs for youth and adults. 
  • Implement adult career program curriculums.   
  • Identify and understand the individual learning needs of participating adults and provide individualized education plans with the purpose of adapting them to different learning styles. 
  • Manage, rate, and provide feedback on requested weekly assessments. 
  • Promote the program in the community and outside the community. 
  • Design and implement, in conjunction with program staff, strategies for recruiting and retaining participants. 
  • Promote and monitor participant attendance, class performance, and required assessments. 
  • Use technological platforms for data entry and management, in addition to the use of different recruitment mechanisms aimed at participants. 
  • Develop relationships with participants; in addition to developing an understanding of the strengths and challenges of the participants, and providing a favorable environment in the classroom. 
  • Promote and develop alliances to strengthen the children’s program. 
  • Maintain participant documentation, folders, files or other information required by the program up to date. 
  • Establishes evaluation processes of the impact of the program on the participants and evaluates the programs using different measurement methods to ensure quality. 
  • Make oral or written reports about achievements and events related to their functions.  
  • Collaborate in other unit activities. 

Requirements:     

Education or experience: Bachelor’s degree Tourism, Administration, Hospitality, education or other related areas from an accredited university. 

Experience working in training or teaching individuals ages 19 to 35. Preferably, knowledge and experience in subjects such as tourism, business, hospitality, customer service and the hotel industry.  

DISCLAIMER: The information provided shows the nature of the general responsibilities and the level of competency expected. However, this job description has not been designed as a comprehensive inventory of all responsibilities and qualifications required to the leader assigned to the job.

Please send you resume to: noelia.gonzalez@bgcpr.org

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. 


 

 

Technology Career Instructor

General Summary: Responsible for implementing the curriculum for the youth and adult career program. Develops and implements strategies to deliver the program, ensuring teaching and learning processes, participant interest and retention, and meeting program objectives.

 TASKS AND DETAILED WORK ACTIVITIES: 

  • Offer all the essential technical, behavioral and mindset components of career programs for youth and adults. 
  • Implement adult career program curriculums.   
  • Identify and understand the individual learning needs of participating adults and provide individualized education plans with the purpose of adapting them to different learning styles. 
  • Manage, rate, and provide feedback on requested weekly assessments. 
  • Promote the program in the community and outside the community. 
  • Design and implement, in conjunction with program staff, strategies for recruiting and retaining participants. 
  • Promote and monitor participant attendance, class performance, and required assessments. 
  • Use technological platforms for data entry and management, in addition to the use of different recruitment mechanisms aimed at participants. 
  • Develop relationships with participants; in addition to developing an understanding of the strengths and challenges of the participants, and providing a favorable environment in the classroom. 
  • Promote and develop alliances to strengthen the children’s program. 
  • Maintain participant documentation, folders, files or other information required by the program up to date. 
  • Establishes evaluation processes of the impact of the program on the participants and evaluates the programs using different measurement methods to ensure quality. 
  • Make oral or written reports about achievements and events related to their functions.  
  • Collaborate in other unit activities. 

Education or Experience: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, computer engineering, Technology education or other related field from an accredited college or university. 1)year or more working in training or teaching 19-35 year old’s. Knowledge and experience in computer support, java development and digital marketing preferred. Proficient with machinery, such as: 3D printer, laser cutter, vinyl cutter, milling machine, shopbot and CNC router.

Please send you resume to: noelia.gonzalez@bgcpr.org

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. 


  

 

Administrative Medical Career Instructor 

General Summary: Responsible for implementing the curriculum for the youth and adult career program. Develops and implements strategies to deliver the program, ensuring teaching and learning processes, participant interest and retention, and meeting program objectives.   

TASKS AND DETAILED WORK ACTIVITIES: 

  • Offer all the essential technical, behavioral and mindset components of career programs for youth and adults. 
  • Implement adult career program curriculums.   
  • Identify and understand the individual learning needs of participating adults and provide individualized education plans with the purpose of adapting them to different learning styles. 
  • Manage, rate, and provide feedback on requested weekly assessments. 
  • Promote the program in the community and outside the community. 
  • Design and implement, in conjunction with program staff, strategies for recruiting and retaining participants. 
  • Promote and monitor participant attendance, class performance, and required assessments. 
  • Use technological platforms for data entry and management, in addition to the use of different recruitment mechanisms aimed at participants. 
  • Develop relationships with participants; in addition to developing an understanding of the strengths and challenges of the participants, and providing a favorable environment in the classroom. 
  • Promote and develop alliances to strengthen the children’s program. 
  • Maintain participant documentation, folders, files or other information required by the program up to date. 
  • Establishes evaluation processes of the impact of the program on the participants and evaluates the programs using different measurement methods to ensure quality. 
  • Make oral or written reports about achievements and events related to their functions.  
  • Collaborate in other unit activities. 

Education or Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Medical Administration, Medical billing, Administration, Office Sistem or other related field   from an accredited college or university. 2 years or more working in training or teaching 19–35-year old’s. Knowledge and experience to perform administrative functions for a hospital or clinic using their knowledge of medical terminology , Interviewing patients for case histories and key information prior to appointments, Compiling medical records and charts and Operating computer software and office equipment. 

Please send you resume to: noelia.gonzalez@bgcpr.org

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.