Tutor Job Description Sample
The Center for Excellence in Higher Education (CEHE) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. CEHE operates degree-granting career colleges throughout the western United States and online. The college brands include Stevens-Henager Colleges in Utah and Idaho; CollegeAmerica in Colorado, Arizona, and Wyoming; California College San Diego, and Independence University (online platform). All of the colleges are accredited by ACCSC, a national accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. The colleges offer degree programs from the Associate's level through the Master's level in a variety of disciplines including Computer Science, Graphic Arts, Business/Accounting, Medical Specialties, Nursing, and Healthcare. CEHE is an at-will employer.
Be positive and support students in helping the Instructor/professor in carrying out their lesson plans
Familiarize yourself with different teaching techniques and learning styles, so that you may appropriately choose methods right for your student
Familiarize yourself with your student's learning materials, and if necessary, work with the instructor
Be prepared. Come with what you need: pens, pencils, paper, dictionary, thesaurus, grammar handbook, etc.
Be familiar with the source texts they are reading
Update the professors/instructors of assigned students on a regular basis to discuss the progress of these students and to request guidance on how to help them better
Keep accurate records of all hours spent tutoring
Keep accurate records of the student's pre and post evaluations
Keep accurate records of students tutored and who did not show up for their tutoring sessions
Keep accurate records of students called and the discussions held in relation to their class work
Maintain all confidentiality and follow all codes and standards of ethics that apply
Be respectful of the effort and be trustworthy
Be encouraging and generous in praise.
Work at the student's level and with an agenda that serves their needs.
Be proactive. Offer help; do not always wait for the student to ask
Stay in contact with students and instructor so all are on the same page with regard to assignments, etc.
Must themselves maintain academic performance as a student (above a 3.5 GPA).
Must be able to lift 15 pounds.
Successfully completed the course work for which they will be tutoring.
Ability to communicate field-related knowledge to others.
Basic proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and email plus the ability to use online student database.
Measures of Merit:
- TBD by supervisor within 90 days of hire.
This specification is intended to indicate management's designation of the position's essential functions, which include the kinds of tasks and levels of work difficulty that will be required of positions given this title, and shall not be construed as declaring the entire description of specific duties and responsibilities of any particular positions. It is not intended to limit, or in any way modify, the right of any supervisor to assign, direct, and control the work of employees under his/her supervision. The use of a particular expression or illustration describing such duties shall not be held to exclude other duties not mentioned. All positions, unless otherwise noted in an offer letter, are 40-hour a week positions, and regular and predictable job attendance is a requirement for all positions. Ability to competently perform all essential duties of the position, with or without reasonable accommodation; a demonstrated commitment to effective customer service delivery; and the ability to work productively as a member of a team or workgroup are basic requirements of all positions at CEHE. This job description is subject to change at any time.
We are People-Focused
- We respect the intelligence and potential of each staff member. We provide a working environment that permits freedom to think, speak, disagree, innovate, create, and initiate. We value and admire ambitious and productive people, and we protect them, encourage them, and create a climate in which they flourish. We love, recognize, and reward producers and performers. In return, we require our employees to have a strong work ethic and be productive. We recruit broadly and select the highest caliber people available - ambitious, knowledgeable, and talented managers, instructors, admissions consultants, and administrators.
Sound Values and Virtues
- The ethical conduct of our employees is of supreme importance. We hold the following as values and virtues: rationality, purpose, innovation, productiveness, profit, honesty, integrity, justice, and pride. These values are the core of our ethical code. To be ethical means to apply, to work by, and to live by these values and virtues.
- We are dedicated to helping our students graduate and get a much better job sooner. This is our mission. We pledge to provide the finest career education possible and to graduate satisfied students who have greater knowledge, skills, and self-esteem in the shortest possible time. Our education is high value, clear, and interesting and achieves the highest level of learning and achievement for students. We want to deliver twice as much in half the time.
CEHE is a drug-free environment and we perform drug testing.
Equal Opportunity Employer
- We are an equal opportunity employer. No employee, or applicant for employment, shall be discriminated against in any term or condition of employment because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or sexual orientation. We are constantly striving to make our colleges the best they can be. As an employee, you become part of that mission. We expect a commitment that you will be the best you can be.
I have reviewed the above job description, which sets out the essential job functions of my position, and certify that I can perform all the essential functions with or without an accommodation. If I need an accommodation to perform the essential functions of my job due to a physical or mental impairment, I agree to notify my manager immediately and agree to cooperate with the Company to identify reasonable accommodations that will allow me to perform the essential functions of my job in a satisfactory manner. I further agree to contact Human Resources if I am concerned that the interactive process or the offered accommodations do not adequately address my needs.
Provides academic tutoring services on an on-call basis for UNM Student Athletes
Maintain professionalism, confidentiality and academic integrity at all times.
Comply with all UNM, NCAA and MWC rules and regulations through continuous training and attend mandatory training sessions.
Meet with designated students to proactively develop foundational skills, and/or content mastery.
Proactively lead tutoring sessions with a study plan and schedule based upon the class syllabus.
Attend sessions on time and serve as a role model for student-athletes.
Complete detailed session reports at the end of each session via the LCSAS reporting system.
Communicate with the Learning Strategist/Tutor Coordinator regarding any issues or concerns with student performance.
Attend required tutor orientation prior to the beginning of each semester.
Communicate regularly with the LCSAS Tutor Coordinator.
Additional duties as assigned.
See the Position Description for additional information.
Conditions of Employment
- This position is represented by a labor union and is subject to the terms and conditions of the USUNM Collective Bargaining Agreement.
One year of full-time college; at least 1 year of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.
Completion of at least 45 UNM credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or higher, with preference given to graduate students and 60 plus credit hour Juniors and Seniors. Exceptions to this qualification granted only with unit director approval.
Must be able to work through the end of the semester, including finals week.
Successful completion of the course for which tutoring services are being provided or a higher-level course in that subject area with a grade of B or higher.
Ability to effectively explain concepts in multiple ways.
Effectively communicate study strategies to support academic success.
Attention to detail.
Work comfortably with people from diverse backgrounds.
Possess good organizational skills and complete paperwork in a timely manner.
Exhibit patience and positive attitudes.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Strong adherence to institutional, conference, and NCAA rules.
As employees of UNM, tutors must adhere to the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act while also maintaining strict confidentiality.
Additional Requirements CampusMain - Albuquerque, NM DepartmentAthletics Academic Advising (925F3) Employment TypeStaff Staff TypeOn-Call Term End Date StatusNon-Exempt Pay$11.25-$15.00 hourly Benefits Eligible ERB StatementTemporary and on-call employees working an appointment percentage of 26 (.26 FTE) or greater, per quarter, will be eligible to earn retirement service credits and thus are required to make New Mexico Educational Retirement Board (NMERB) contributions. More information pertaining to your FTE and NMERB contributions can be reviewed on the NMERB Guidelines Clarified webpage. Background Check RequiredNo For Best Consideration Date Application InstructionsIt is required that your application reflects that you meet the minimum qualifications in the Education and Employment History sections. Please include a cover letter and resume.
Eye Level Learning Center, a premier Math and English learning center, is currently seeking knowledgeable and reliable instructors. Ideal candidates are skillful at teaching elementary through high-school students. This is a part time position. We are looking for a teacher who can work after-school weekdays, and/or weekends. We are currently hiring for our East Village location.
- Instruct students in an individual and/or group setting in our center while addressing the specific needs of each student.
- Implement the material provided by Eye Level to create an engaging atmosphere that fosters a high level of learning and progress. Equip students with the skills and strategies necessary to achieve success. Students work through their own customized curriculum so there is little to no lesson planning required.
- Implement materials provided by management in order to provide an engaging educational tutoring experience for students who are preparing for standardized tests (such as the Gifted and Talented test, the Specialized High School Aptitude Test, the TACHS exam, NYS state exams, and others.)
- Mark and grade student's workbooks accurately.
- Communicate student progress quickly and clearly to parents and guardians.
- Clean desks and floors and maintain organization of classroom materials.
- Utilize our computer systems to track all student progress.
- Bachelor's degree or higher in education, or in the process of getting a degree in education, as well as a strong academic background in Math and English. NYS teacher certification is a plus.
- Excellent verbal communication skills.
- A caring and supportive manner/attitude while interacting with children and young teens.
- A passion for teaching and the desire to help each student succeed.
Urban Ed Tutor
.75 FTE, 30 hours/week, full benefits, represented
Outside In's Employment & Education Resource Center (ERC) is an integrated, career development program that works to help youth – ages 18-25 – move out of poverty and homelessness. ERC provides a variety of work readiness and job search activities, job retention coaching, post-secondary support, and an accredited, alternative school (Urban Ed). The tutor maintains a welcoming and low-barrier learning environment and provides direct instruction to youth through General Equivalency Diploma (GED), Adult Basic Education (ABE), and post-secondary support programs. The position works closely with teaching staff and volunteer tutors to provide instruction in all subjects and work as member of our Employment & Education Resource Center (ERC) team.
Tutor students in GED-level math, language arts, social studies, and science skills
Reach and inform eligible participants about resources and support through the ERC/Urban Ed
Implement an educational plan developed by Urban Ed teacher
Serve as a professional role model, support ERC/Urban Ed behavioral expectations
Provide support to students in experiential learning opportunities
Greet and engage youth in academic tasks and activities
Follow up with new students and check in with them in person or via text messaging
Facilitate student awareness and interest in post-secondary education
Document and record student progress
Maintain a safe and respectful environment
Work with entire ERC team to ensure an integrated career development approach, continuous improvement and relevance of the program in meeting youth needs and contractual agreements
Meet youth worker core competencies
Support agency mission and goals, and the operational functioning of the Youth Department
Demonstrate commitment to excellent customer service, continual learning and quality performance
Perform all required documentation and information input in a professional, accurate, thorough, and timely manner
Maintain professional boundaries and performance at all times
Ask for help when needed or necessary
Perform other duties as requested
MS Office Applications, MS Word, Excel
Qualifications and Education Requirements
HS diploma or GED
Honors GED-level proficiency in math, language arts, social studies, and science
Ability to relate easily to and instruct diverse individuals
Ability to track and adhere to staff-developed, personalized learning plans with all students
Team player, with excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated cultural sensitivity
Friendly and helpful demeanor—outgoing, optimistic, solution-focused; takes initiative
Must pass pre-employment background check
Two years of relevant teaching experience and/or youth work
In pursuit of a career in alternative education
Bilingual English and Spanish fluency
Valid driver's license
At Outside In, we are guided by a belief in each individual's potential for change and growth. Since 1968, we have been successfully empowering homeless youth and other marginalized communities to become healthy and self-sufficient. With a collaborative approach to community partnerships, we value hope, integrity and compassion. We believe our people are our greatest asset and we value their competence. At Outside In, your time and talent truly make a difference.
We are an equal opportunity employer dedicated to workforce diversity. Multicultural and intersecting diversities are highly valued.
About Farmingdale State College:
Farmingdale State College (FSC) is the State University of New York's largest college of applied science and technology with an enrollment of approximately 10,000 students. A leader in applied and experiential learning, the college delivers rigorous programs that equip graduates with the academic foundation and skills sought by both emerging industries and graduate institutions. FSC offers 37 undergraduate degrees and a Master's in Technology Management through its Schools of Business, Engineering Technology, Health Sciences, and Arts & Sciences. Known as a pioneer in the alternative energy field, the college also boasts a highly successful NCAA Division III athletics program. FSC's strong culture of civic responsibility and engaged learning has led to reciprocal partnerships throughout the Long Island region.
Farmingdale State College is among the nation's fastest growing colleges. Its programs regularly earn regional and national recognition as well as honors for both quality and value. Consistently ranked as a leader in return on investment and affordability, FSC is known as one of the safest colleges in the nation according to multiple rankings. The campus is located on 380 lush acres in the heart of Long Island, approximately 45 minutes by rail or automobile from New York City.
GIS tutoring positions periodically become available in the Department of History, Politics, and Geography in support of GEO 221 / GIS 222 (Introduction to Geographic Information Systems) and GIS 301 (GIScience). Duties involve assisting students with GEO 221 / GIS 222 and GIS 301 assignments and projects in our GIS lab during regular tutoring hours. Please submit a resume and cover letter highlighting your qualifications and the days/hours you are available to tutor. You will be called if a position becomes available that meets your qualifications. No phone inquiries, please.
The college particularly welcomes candidates with knowledge, skills and abilities that include:
Commitment to diversity and university initiatives supportive of diversity and inclusion.
Interest in participating in student-centered service activities.
Desire to apply expertise in promoting civic engagement with the College's many community partners.
At least one college-level Introductory GIS course equivalent to FSC's GEO 221 or GIS 222
Working knowledge of basic ArcMap data import, editing, print layout, and toolbox operations
Ability to maintain a regular weekly tutoring schedule for an entire semester
Prior success tutoring introductory GIS students who have busy schedules, widely-varying capabilities, and complex technology anxieties
Working knowledge of the tutorials and exercises in the most recent edition of Maribeth Price's Mastering ArcGIS textbook
Working knowledge of basic ArcGIS Online data import, mapping, analysis, and publishing
Working knowledge of basic ArcGIS Pro data import, mapping, analysis, and publishing
The Consumer Information web page can be viewed at the following link
This page describes various services, information and statistics on many different aspects of the College's operations.
Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Governor's Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at email@example.com.
Interested candidates may apply and submit the required documents listed below by clicking on the "Apply Now" link at the bottom of this page. We require the following documents:
VISA SPONSORSHIP IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS POSITION
Farmingdale State College seeks a broad and diverse pool of candidates for this position. The College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, creed, age, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, familial status, pregnancy, predisposing genetic characteristics, military status, domestic violence victim status or any other legally protected status.
Only applications submitted online will be accepted, no phone calls please.
Under the general, indirect supervision of the Save the Children Site Coordinator, and with technical assistance and direct supervision from the Save the Children Program Specialist, the Tutor will implement various aspects of the Save the Children program model, including supervision of children at all times, rotating groups of children from one activity to another and maintaining good general order and conduct among the children participating in the program.
The Tutor works directly with children and must maintain the highest degree of safety and protection for them. Incumbents of this position will work with Save the Children staff as well as with school staff to ensure good cooperation and collaboration. This position will be responsible for maintaining amiable relationships, assisting Site Coordinator's in effectively implementing literacy, Healthy Choice and all other program components and providing children participating in our programs effective guidance, control and learning. The Tutor is a "representative" of Save the Children at all school sites of program implementation and therefore is expected to maintain high professional standards and excellent conduct of themselves and all programs and activities.
In addition, the Tutor will be assigned to a specific component(s) of the program for which they are responsible for implementing.
As a Save the Children employee who will come into contact with children on a routine basis, you are expected to prevent child abuse in every situation by striving through mental awareness, good practice and training to minimize risk to children. You must take positive steps to protect children who may be a subject of concern and report and respond to any instance of child abuse and promote training and awareness around all child safeguarding obligations.
What You'll Be Doing (Essential Duties)
- On an approximate 1:20 ratio of staff to children, initiate and supervise activities of children participating in the afterschool program, ensuring compliance with Save the Children, School, and Grant guidelines and standards. Guide and coordinate the implementation and monitoring of the program. (70%)
- Assist the Save the Children Site Coordinator in maintaining children's files and following up with various administrative needs of the afterschool literacy program. (10%)
- Attend training session(s) as directed by Program Specialist, Program Manager and Save the Children. (10%)
- Complete and submit weekly timesheets through the online timesheet system. (5%)
- Other duties as assigned by Program Specialist and/or Program Manager. (5%)
Minimum 1-2 years' relevant work experience
High School or Technical/Vocational Degree
Learned knowledge and skills to support variety of routine tasks requiring some degree of difficulty
Ability to pass the Instructional Assistant/Para-Educator exam
Strong interpersonal and communication skills with demonstrated capacity to be a team player
Basic comfort level with computers, the internet and software such as MS Word and Excel
Ability to understand and follow the instructions of supervisors
Ability to work amiably but firmly with children
Ability to learn/practice problem solving techniques to deal with child conflicts
Must possess effective written and oral communication skills
Courses in education, psychology and child growth and development and previous experience working with and supervising kindergarten through 6th grade children preferred
Previous experience supporting staff is desirable
What's In It for You
Aetna Medical and Dental insurance with a concierge service
Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account
Employee Assistance Program
Commuter Benefit Program
Vacation and Sick leave
What makes us special!
Generous Retirement Savings with matching company contributions of up to 8%
Family Leave – 10 additional days of paid time off for you to use to care for your family members
Additional Maternity and Paternity Leave – 30 days where parents can take additional paid leave (beyond short-term disability and FMLA) at the birth or adoption of a child during that critical first year!
Critical Child Illness Leave – We hope you never have to use it, but we will provide an additional 30 days of paid leave per year should your dependent child be faced with a critical illness.
Pet Insurance, Critical Illness Insurance, Identity Protection, Home, Auto and additional Life insurances
Summer Fun Fridays – During the summer months, early release at 1:30 pm every other Friday!
Volunteer Day – One paid day a year to support the causes that matter to you!
Ergonomic Options – Every employee at our HQ offices has the option of a sitting/standing desk
Leadership and Employee Development Training, including:
Our remarkable in-house CORE, Senior Management Development, and Leadership Development Programs
Language learning opportunities
Continuous Improvement skill development programs
Brown Bag information sharing sessions
Work hard/Play hard! We make sure there's ample opportunity for fun, engagement, and celebration while you work, such as networking events, March Madness, World Cup, Dodgeball Tournaments, Take Your Child to Work Day, Founder's Day, and our annual Day of Service
Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the United States and around the world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.
Save the Children is committed to conducting its programs and operations in a manner that is safe for the children it serves and helping protect the children with whom Save the Children is in contact. All Save the Children representatives are explicitly prohibited from engaging in any activity that may result in any kind of child abuse. In addition, it is Save the Children's policy to create and proactively maintain an environment that aims to prevent and deter any actions and omissions, whether deliberate or inadvertent, that place children at the risk of any kind of child abuse. All our representatives are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with this commitment and obligation. Any violations of this policy will be treated as a serious issue.
We provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, handicap, disability, marital status, or status as a veteran. Save the Children complies with all applicable laws.
Sun Devil Athletics seek part-time Tutors who, under the direction of the Tutorial Coordinator for the Office of Student Athlete Development, tutors student athletes in order to improve their academic performance. Assists in the development and presentation of teaching programs. Adheres to NCAA and PAC-12 rules and regulations, as well as the policies and procedures of the department, university, and the Arizona Board of Regents.
Multiple positions possibly available based on subject areas needed for student athletes which vary from semester-to-semester. One year of part-time experience is equivalent to six months full-time experience.
Employment is on a semester-to-semester basis and may be continued after the academic term for which the hire is made, dependent upon departmental needs. These positions are governed by NCAA rules and regulations as well as University policies and procedures. Minimum GPA of 3.0 as demonstrated on college transcripts to be presented at time of interview.
Bachelor's degree in the appropriate field of assignment; OR four years of instructional or subject work experience; OR, any equivalent combination of experience and/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.
Posting Closes June 30, 2019
The Akron Board of Education announces a possible opening for a Tutor, Job Code 039, Time Schedule 24 hours/week (38 weeks) Salary TBD, Collective Bargaining Unit – AEA. This is a State Teachers Retirement System position.
Application must be made electronically through https://www.applitrack.com/akron/onlineapp/. Please upload a letter of interest, resume and a current copy of teaching license in addition to completing the online application. The Superintendent reserves the right to either keep the position open until suitable applicants are found or to cancel and repost the position with such changes as may be deemed appropriate. For further information, please contact Christy Becknell-Brown, Coordinator, 330-761-2756, or Human Resources, 330-761-2946.
- Valid Ohio P-3, 1-8, K-8, 4-9 or 7-12 license.
Assist identified students to meet or exceed 21st century knowledge and skills, including state academic achievement standards;
Articulate what students should know and be able to do, while working to help students achieve;
Guide the learning process toward the achievement of curriculum goals and, in harmony with the goals, establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, projects to communicate these objectives to students;
Plan and deliver learning experiences that advance the learning of each individual student; show written evidence of preparation upon request of immediate supervisor;
Design authentic learning experiences for students to learn core knowledge, 21st century skills and literacies, through, but not limited to, collaboration, problem–based learning, inquiry, and integration of curriculum;
Organize and plan for learning based upon knowledge of subject matter, students, the community, and curriculum goals;
Assist in the planning for intervention and remediation in the areas of math and literacy for identified students who have not mastered the content standards and implement appropriately;
Develop and implement differentiated instructional strategies for each student's academic growth;
Proficient in using technology as an instructional and management tool;
Use continuous, authentic and appropriate assessment and evaluation measures that are evidence-based and use them to improve instruction and student learning and for feedback, including progress reports;
Be flexible, resourceful, innovative, and can effectively manage the design and execution of learning experiences, both formal and informal;
Provide learning opportunities that support the intellectual, social, emotional and physical development of the students;
Model the teaching expectations that students are to accomplish;
Contribute to and participate in ongoing professional development, including working with colleagues in a Professional Learning Community (PLC) model;
Maintain and improve professional competence;
Use evidence-based and best practices to inform instruction and to work with colleagues;
Work collaboratively to improve instruction and learning while sharing the responsibility for outcomes with school and community;
Use a variety of communication methods and technologies to interact with students, parents and staff;
Maximize opportunities for student success by creating positive working relationships with students;
Remain flexible, innovative and adaptive to change;
Maintain accurate, complete and correct records as required by law, district policy and administrative regulations;
Develop reasonable rules of classroom behavior and procedure and maintain order in the classroom in a fair and just manner; and
Reports to and is supervised by the Principal.
IF YOU REQUIRE ANY SPECIAL SERVICES (SUCH AS INTERPRETER, BRAILLE OR LARGE PRINT, OR WHEELCHAIR-ACCESSIBLE ACCOMMODATIONS) COVERED UNDER THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT OF 1990, PUBLIC LAW 101-336, SECTION 102, PLEASE CALL THE DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES AT 330-761-2935. IF YOU ARE USING A TTY/TTD, PLEASE CALL THE OHIO RELAY SERVICE, 1-800-750-0750.
AKRON PUBLIC SCHOOLS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
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Under the direction and supervision of an instructional supervisor or manager, or Instructional Lab Technician; perform duties related to providing academic tutoring in an individualized, group or virtual setting to students in community-based learning programs; assist with the coordination of special groups; conduct supplemental instruction sessions and oversee the activities and tasks of assigned personnel.
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Major Responsibilities EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
Perform duties related to providing academic tutoring in an individualized, group or virtual setting to students enrolled in community-based learning programs.
Provide guidance and assistance to students requiring tutorial services; evaluate student needs and develop appropriate course of action.
Maintain records and data to monitor and evaluate participant progress; administer tests and consults with educational departments and instructors.
Coordinate and schedule the activities of short-term assigned personnel and oversee the completion of tasks.
Plan lessons and assignments using relevant resources.
Provide information to higher level staff and make recommendations for program changes and improvements.
Draft materials and handouts to be used within an assigned instructional session.
Present study skills workshops to small and large groups of students.
Attend and participate in a variety of learning seminars and meetings; stay abreast of new practices and methods within the field of tutoring.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
Provide clerical support to the staff of the Tutorial Center as needed.
Perform related duties as assigned. Qualifications
Advanced concepts and methods of an assigned educational area specialty.
Appropriate instructional materials used in supervised tutoring.
Basic operations, services and goals of a tutorial program.
Community-based learning programs.
Computers and applicable software.
English usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
Interpersonal skills and communication techniques.
Methods and techniques used in assessment and evaluation.
Principles and procedures of recordkeeping.
Skills & Abilities:
Assign and coordinate the work of short-term tutorial student staff.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Coordinate tutoring activities with other educational departments and higher level staff.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Evaluate and assess student needs and develop appropriate course of action.
Maintain and update recordkeeping data and reports.
Operate a variety of office equipment including computers and applicable software.
Perform a variety of functions related to providing tutoring services to enrolled students.
Plan, develop and implement appropriate learning curriculum as required.
Prepare clear and concise material and reports.
Tutor individually, in group or in virtual settings.
Training and Experience:
Any combination of training and experience equivalent to: completion of the twelfth grade in addition to a minimum of a 3.0 GPA with the assigned educational specialty area. One year of increasingly responsible tutoring experience, and sufficient training and experience to demonstrate the knowledge and abilities listed above. Desired Qualifications Licenses/Certificates/Credentials:
License or Certificate (Optional):
Possession of an appropriate valid Basic Tutor Training certificate. Possession of an appropriate valid Supplemental Instruction certificate. Commitment to Diversity:
All applicants must have demonstrated cultural competency and sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, faculty and classified professionals.
Category III (typically SEDENTARY in nature). May be necessary to sit for prolonged periods of time.
Favorable. Classroom or office environment; exposure to computer screens and artificial lighting.
Special Instructions to Applicants: Conditions of Employment: Posting Number NC00283
Job Title: Tutor
Employment Type: Part-Time
Under limited supervision, uses intermediate skills obtained through experience and training to tutor in core academic subjects (math, science, language arts, and social studies) to groups or individuals requiring additional instruction to meet individual needs. Meets regularly with students who require academic improvement to provide assistance to increase understanding of a specific subject, develop basic skills, and study skills.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Assist with homework. Explain concepts in a manner that students understand.
Observe and provide feedback on students work and behavior.
Motivate and support students through positive feedback and reinforcement.
Supervise and monitor students.
Mentor students through daily interaction.
Communicate with parents as applicable.
Set-up, serve and clean up after USDA suppers.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Attend regular staff trainings, orientations, and professional development.
Oversee students on field trips
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Academic subjects such as English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies or other subjects as required based on assigned program.
Appropriate and effective learning techniques and concepts for learners of different age levels.
- Operating standard office equipment and using required software applications, including Microsoft Office.
Interact effectively and appropriately with students of all ages.
Incite enthusiasm and influence, motivate and persuade others to achieve desired outcomes.
Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Provide a high level of customer service.
Minimum Degree Required:
High School Diploma
At least 6 credit hours from an accredited college/university or a successful completion of 6 credit hours of Master Teacher Professional Development.
GPA of at least 3.0 in math and language arts courses and a strong knowledge of specified academic subjects or any equivalent combination of (one year) experience working with youth, and/or training suited for the position and approved by Human Resources.
Applicants who advance through the interview process will be required to complete a basic math and language arts assessment and score 70% or higher to be considered for employment.
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