Black Hawk College seeks a full-time Director of Adult Education.
The Director of Adult Education directs the management of the District-wide Adult Education Program and provides administrative support to the program; promotes the services of the Adult Education and related programs and provides overall management to staff employed in these program; responsible for management of the Outreach Center facility located in East Moline, IL.
BHC seeks candidates with the following qualifications:
- Master’s degree with major in education or a human services related field required.
- Minimum three (3) years successful administrative experience required.
- Minimum of two (2) years program management experience that includes staff supervision, grant management, and budget development and management required.
- Strong written and verbal communication skills required.
- Minimum of two (2) years work experience in adult education programming or with service-related programs required.
- Basic level ability with Microsoft Office software required.
- Ability to travel occasionally required.
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Salary is commensurate with education and experience. BHC offers an outstanding benefits package.
Black Hawk College (BHC) is a mid-sized community college representing nine counties in Northwestern Illinois. The College is comprised of two campuses and several instructional centers encompassing 2,200 square miles throughout the district. The Quad-Cities Campus is located in Moline, Illinois, and the East Campus is located in Galva, Illinois. The College also operates the Adult Learning Center in Rock Island, the Community Education Center in Kewanee, the Industrial Lab Extension Center in Moline, the Outreach Center in East Moline, and the Welding and Skilled Trades Center in Kewanee.
The Quad-Cities is a six-county, bi-state region located along the Mississippi River and only 2 ½ hours west of Chicago. The region is home to John Deere & Company, 3M, Arconic, and the Rock Island Arsenal. The Kewanee-Galva area, located in Henry County, is just 45 miles southeast from the Quad-Cities and is highlighted by value-added agricultural industries and renewable energy production.
Black Hawk College offers a variety of career and transfer programs and serves more people than any other institution of higher education in the Quad-Cities area. The College is focused on providing leading educational opportunities in agriculture, business, career & technical ed, health sciences, and transfer credits.
Black Hawk College offers a full array of student clubs, honor societies, athletic programs, and judging teams. Athletic teams compete in the NJCAA Arrowhead Conference.
Black Hawk College is a member of the Higher Learning Commission and is certified by the Illinois Community College Board. The College was established in 1946 and has been accredited since 1951. The College is celebrating its 75th Anniversary in 2021.