Under direction, the Master Tutor will work with a group of 8-15 assigned students through the LEAD Tutorial Assistance Program (TAP). The Master Tutor will supply effective facilitation in a manner complementing students’ academic skills while developing mastery of subject material. Student independence rather than tutor dependence will be the emphasis of the Master Tutor. Tutoring sessions will be via virtually and may be held on campus. This position will also plan, prepare, and deliver large group review sessions to be held virtually and on campus as well. Finally, the Master Tutor will serve as a mentor for new tutors.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
1. Good verbal and written communication skills to be able to interact with faculty, staff, students, and any outside contacts.2. Excellent computer skills to use various related software e.g. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Google Docs, and other software programs required by the position. Must have a good working knowledge of the Internet.
1. Education: Bachelor’s Degree required2. Some doctoral or professional experience required.3. Must be in good academic standing and received a grade of “B” or higher in the course(s) to be tutored.4. Must meet all Federal Work Study qualifications.
List comments regarding work hours:
Work hours may include mornings, evenings, and weekends. Work hours cannot be during scheduled class time. No more than 8 biweekly.