Lead Math Tutor

The Lead Math Tutor Position is currently closed.

Student Position 10-15 hours a week
$9.50/hour

The Parkside Academic Resource Center (PARC) is looking for a Lead Math Tutor who can mentor, lead, and communicate with the team of math tutors throughout the workweek. The candidate selected will conduct one-on-ones with each math tutor, provide support and guidance to math tutors, and conduct 3-4 cohort meetings over the semester. The selected candidate will be a former math tutor who is highly organized, who has strong communication skills and the ability to work independently on tasks handed them by the Center Managers and/or the PARC Director in a timely manner. The selected candidate will be ready to take on administrative tasks, such as initiating and following up on self-assessments and peer observations, interviewing potential math tutors, and leading new tutors through orientation. Weekly hours are flexible except for 5-7 Friday noon meetings and at least 1 TBD weekly meeting with a Center Manager. This is a one-semester position, but has the potential of being extended.

Math Lead Tutor Areas of Responsibility

Tutor

  • Fulfill the roles and duties of a tutor, including Self-assess, Professional Development, Peer Observation

Mentor

  • Orient new math tutors/maintain first point of contact
  • Facilitate resolutions to concerns that arise in your cohort
  • Help math tutors create and maintain tutoring goals
  • Conduct 2 one-on-ones with each tutor (currently 7) per semester
  • Observe at least 4 tutors over the course of semester

Communicate

  • Delegate tasks to tutors in the math cohort
  • Check RangerMail at least twice daily
  • Meet with Center Manager for weekly supervision
  • Provide math tutors with updates in a timely manner
  • Be the representative voice of math tutors to the PARC Director

Lead

  • Plan and lead 3-4 Friday Math meetings over the course of semester
  • Solve conflicts that arise within the Math Center
  • Attend all staff and cohort meetings in addition to any available training sessions throughout the semester
  • Be a proactive advocate for the PARC and its promotion
  • Keep track of Observations to make sure everyone gets observed at least once
  • Organize and implement events with math tutors

Candidate Qualities Preferred

  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Ability to Self-Direct as well as Delegate Tasks
  • Content area mastery for math topics
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Interpersonal Relationship skills
  • Administrative Skills
  • Strong Time Management

Application Materials

On the next page you will be asked to upload your cover letter and your resume/CV as well as fill out the application questions.

To ensure consideration, completed applications must be received by Date To Be Determined. However, screening may continue until the position is filled.

For questions, please contact the PARC Center Manager.

900 Wood Road · P.O. Box 2000 · Kenosha, WI 53141-2000 P 262-595-2345