Closes: Friday, September 14, 2018
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Bachelor's degree in math required. Master's preferred. Preference given to candidates with a 3.0 GPA or higher in math courses.
Preference given to candidates with previous math tutoring or teaching experience at a college or university
Outstanding customer service skills and the ability to work professionally with college students in a student-centered collegiate environment. Knowledgeable of the community college student population. Demonstrates a positive energy for working with a diverse student population. Ability to maintain and report data accurately. Ability to communicate effectively. Understands how to assist students in specific weaknesses related to math.
Must be willing to receive ongoing tutor training.
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Supervises tutors in the Math Center. Tutors developmental and curriculum level math courses. Creates schedules for tutors to meet with students. Works closely with math faculty to ensure students are receiving accurate and timely information. Collects and reports data. Develops learning resources for the Math Center. Conducts math workshops both in person and online. Provides and maintains a professional, open, and welcoming environment in the Math Center. Observes math classes on campus as needed. Promotes the Center's services to students across campus by conducting class visits and creating promotional materials. Performs other duties as assigned. Reports to the TASC director.