Adult Education Adjunct Instructor– Loudon County (Part-Time)

Title: Adult Education Adjunct Instructor– Loudon County (Part-Time)

Employee Classification: Other Professionals

Institution: TCAT-Knoxville

Department: Adult Education

Campus Location: TCAT Knoxville

Job Summary

The Tennessee College of Applied Technology Knoxville is accepting applications for a Part-Time Adjunct Instructor working in Loudon County in the Adult Education Program for a grant-funded position.

This position provides instruction in adult education for the six educational functioning levels to students with varying academic levels. The instructor interacts with students, provides instructional and registration /intake-related services for potential and current students.

Application Deadline


Required Qualifications

  • Baccalaureate in Education or related field, Tennessee Teacher’s License (preferred or approved waiver, or experience in teaching.
  • Office Skills: Microsoft Office – Microsoft Office Suite (i.e. PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, Excel, etc) as well as the ability to learn to use other computer software

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in an adult education environment
  • Knowledge of data management system
  • Demonstrate command of content knowledge of current AE Curriculum and recommended resources
  • Maintain student files to track students for post-testing
  • Work as a team member


  • Plan, teach and evaluate student work • Provide instruction for digital education classroom
  • Accept responsibility and is self-motivated • Demonstrate the ability to multi-task
  • Assist with graduation
  • Assist with student registration, assessment, orientation/counseling
  • Administer and interpret scores for CASAS and HiSET OPT exams for student placement and instruction
  • Organize and maintain confidential program and student files as well as report documentation, including maintaining correct student sign-in sheets
  • Provide office coverage, customer service and assist with student registration, class assignment, attendance, and student goals
  • Maintain technical knowledge by engaging in opportunities to improve or increase skills
  • Contribute to team effort
  • Perform other duties as assigned
  • Maintaining time and effort documentation
  • Work toward classroom improvement based on program goals
  • Post-test all students after 40 hours of instruction
  • Work with Leadership Team to develop a program that supports students’ progression through the National Reporting System levels – ensuring level gains - (Essential)


  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Evidence of interpersonal /customer skills
  • Strong Organizational and analytical skills and ability to meet deadlines
  • Must be able to work a flexible schedule
  • Travel to satellite class locations if necessary
  • Participate in local and state activities /staff development