Workforce Education Instructor

  1. Organizational Overview

    Hales Government Solutions specializes in supporting state and local government agencies in reaching their goals by providing key assistance for their initiatives and bolstering operational effectiveness and efficiency. We approach projects through a data-driven and holistic approach to achieve optimal success. Talented consultants with experience in key areas provide high-quality outcomes for our clients. Together our time-tested L.I.V.E. model has garnered high levels of success for our clients.

    II. Position Summary

    Instructors at HGS are the critical levers in a students’ academic and employment success. They are the individuals that will lead the workforce education and workforce readiness for participants enrolled in the program. HGS instructors maintain high expectations of themselves and others, have a strong command of their workforce career field, are organized and prepared to teach, and treat all students and colleagues with respect. This position will be a community-based role in the District of Columbia (Southeast). Hales Government Solutions is looking for instructors to teach a 4 week workforce education course. Subjects will include Hospitality, Infrastructure and Environmental Services AND Workforce Readiness. Instructors will be asked to teach 3 hours per day (9a-12p). or (6p-9p) for 4 days per week (Mon-Thurs) and attend one instructor orientation; and 2 mandatory meetings.

    III. Responsibilities

    Instructional Commitment
  • Responsible for being organized and prepared to teach 2 courses daily (workforce

           education field (e.g. hospitality and tourism, environmental service, or infrastructure   

           AND workforce readiness).

  • Responsible for working with colleagues to ensure daily instructional curriculum

                meets industry standards; includes engaging and challenging units of study and   


  • Responsible for attending all professional development meetings and opportunities   

                              that may exceed the regular program day hours

           Work Day/Expectations

  • Expected to be present on campus at minimum 15 minutes before the course starts
  • Responsible for maintaining all safety rules and expectations throughout the campus
  • Conduct yourself with professionalism (action & dress) with students, instructors, and volunteers
  • Fulfill all duties as described in the New Instructor Training


                  Data Driven

  • Responsible for ensuring that all assessments are administered and graded in a timely manner; data is maintained and accessible to staff; analyzing results with staff and students; and making adjustments to the course as needed
  • Responsible for completing weekly grade reports and student career success files
  • Responsible for writing, implementing, and updating Individual Learning Plans (ILP) for students identified as needing extra support 

   Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Flexible – we will do what it takes to ensure that all students succeed

At least one year of full time teaching experience

How to Apply
Interviews will occur immediately. To submit your resume, please go to the following link:

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Pay: $50hr

Inaugural Anthony Hales Sr. Scholarship for Leadership Winners Announced

The Anthony Hales Sr. Scholarship for Leadership Committee & Hales Creative Solutions are pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Anthony Hales Sr. Scholarship for Leadership.  The 2016 winners of the Anthony Hales Sr. Scholarship for Leadership are Ms. Kymberly Mitchell from Poplarville High School in Poplarville, MS and Ms. Lauren Walker from Picayune Memorial High School in Picayune, MS.

Ms. Walker is a member of the Picayune Memorial High School Lady Tide softball team, student council, Beta Club and the National Honor Society. She plans to attend Pearl River Community College in the fall and study Dental Hygiene.

Ms. Mitchell is a member of the Beta Club and HOSA-Future Health Professionals. She plans to attend either Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College or William Carey University in the fall and study Nursing.

The Anthony Hales Sr. Scholarship for leadership is open to graduating seniors from a high school in Pearl River County, Mississippi. Candidates are required to have a 3.0 GPA at the time of submission, as well submit an essay about why they consider their selves to be a leader. Students may apply between October 1st and December 15th of each year.  To find out more information about the scholarship, please visit

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