We're Hiring for 2019-2020 School Year!
Mathnasium, More Than An Employment Opportunity
Are you great at math? Do you love to work with kids? We are looking for great math coaches to join our team!
We know math makes the world a better place so we enable our Instructors to deliver excellence every day! Employees at our centers have a unique opportunity to be part of a growing environment where we can make a difference in our students’ lives and support their long term success – from succeeding in school and college, to contributing to our society’s advancement, our work has meaning.
Join An A+ Team
Our mission is to teach math in a way that makes sense to students in 1st-12th grade. With our professional yet family-oriented culture, we recognize the importance of celebrating individual and team success. We care about our employees and provide them with a safe, fair and respectful workplace with the opportunity to learn, grow and advance. Happy employees provide great service and, in turn, create happy students & parents!
Exceptional math skills through Algebra I, II and Geometry.
Excellent communication and multi-tasking skills.
Ability to professionally interact with students and parents.
Energetic and confident personality.
Proficiency in higher math including Trigonometry, Statistics and Pre-Calculus.
Previous teaching experience or other experience working with students.
Hours during the school year are part-time mid-afternoon through evening, Monday - Thursday, approximately 10-25 hours per week (flexible). Compensation ranges from $8.50 - $15 per hour depending on qualifications and experience.
Applicant will be required to take a math literacy test and pass a comprehensive background check to be eligible for employment.
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