In preparation for the Spring semester at Bard Early College in New Orleans, we are looking for a tutor who is comfortable reporting in person in the Spring semester for two days a week: (either Monday and Tuesday or Wednesday and Thursday from 9am to 4pm and attend a weekly one-hour Student Services Meeting. The time for that meeting will be determined based on members' availability.)
This position is one that may start remotely and then transition to "in person" at some point. The tutors should specialize in math or science and have experience tutoring ACT preparation in one of those topics. This new position has been created for capacity building should we need coverage in the building. Should BECNO be closed, this position will operate fully remotely. The Tutor will report to the Dean of Students.
Compensation: The compensation for this position is $4,500 per full semester worked. If the start date is later than the beginning of the semester, compensation will be adjusted.
BECNO is following the Orleans Parish School Board as well as the Center for Disease Control to decide on school operations for the fall due to COVID-19. As of now, BECNO is planning a hybrid model. This position is designed to support with the day to day operations for students who are present in the building. Since this format is a pilot, and since schools moving fully remote are a possibility depending on how the virus progresses, the expectation is that the part-time tutors would be able to support BECNO whether that is in person, remotely or in a hybrid capacity for the time specified.
Collaborate with stem faculty and leading science and math support on campus
Provide in-person and remote support for math/science classes as well as more general topics such as time management, stress management, etc. to ensure all students are set up to succeed.
Provide essential coverage in the building
Key Responsibilities: The primary responsibilities of the Tutor are...
Remote check-ins and student support
Greet and check-in with students, take attendance at the start of each session
Maintain the expectations of a productive study space
Provide one-on-one and small group support as necessary
Attend Student Services Meetings (One hour per week)
Support the Dean of Students with student support plans. This may include calling students and families, academic support plan implementation, providing additional tutoring services
Communicate notes to Dean of Students and BECNO staff and faculty as needed
Provide remote assistance for students who are distance learning
Support with class coverage when faculty are absent
Bachelor's degree or higher on math/science
Has taken college general chemistry
Strong written and oral communication skills
Have strong foundational math skills and ability to tutor chemistry and math students
Experience with coaching around time and stress management
Experience in teaching and/or tutoring in a collegiate and/or high school setting
A demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and coordinate with adolescents
Strong organizational skills
Basic computer skills
A commitment to working for equity in higher education
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Bard College is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, mental, or physical disability, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, familial status, veteran status, or genetic information.
Bard is committed to providing access, equal opportunity, and reasonable accommodation for all individuals in employment practices, services, programs, and activities.
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