NOW HIRING INSTRUCTORS
We are looking for energetic and passionate math tutors with a strong Math background and excellent communication skills. We provide excellent growth opportunities for the right candidate.
Aptitude to work and teach math concepts to students from 1st to 12th grade
Must be fluent in elementary, middle school math, pre-algebra, algebra I & II
Excellent communication skills with a sense of humor and an upbeat attitude
An open mind readily able to learn the Mathnasium teaching method
Committed, reliable and passionate about working with children
Must pass Math and Algebra Literacy Tests
Explaining and illustrating math topics using a variety of strategies using the Mathnasium Method of Instruction
Assisting with homework
Interacting and motivating students during the instruction hour
Evaluating and rewarding student daily progress
Completing administrative tasks as assigned including daily opening and closing tasks
Training in the Mathnasium Method will be provided and interested candidates are encouraged to visit the Mathnasium web site to learn more about our teaching culture. Instructors must be willing to work 2 or more days per week (up to 4 hours in any given day).
Mon. -Thurs. 3 -7 pm Fri. 3 - 5 pm Sun. 11 am - 1 pm
A minimum of 8 hours with a maximum of 20 hours per week are available
College students with excellent math skills and a love of working with children of all ages are encouraged to apply.
Please send your resume and cover letter, your available days and hours to firstname.lastname@example.org. In your cover letter, include detail about your math competency, experience teaching or working with students, and availability.
We are OPEN! Contact us to schedule your in-center or online session today!
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