The quantitative tutor serves as an online and/or in-person coach to Carey Business School students seeking assistance with quantitative courses and programming software. The tutor's goal is to support the Student Success Center's mission by providing students with additional academic support in a professional manner. The tutor assists students in understanding content by using various teaching/tutoring strategies and will prepare and lead final exam group study sessions.
*Extensive education and/or experience will receive additional consideration for compensation outside of the posted range.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Provide students with assistance in quantitative courses and programming.
Use various teaching strategies to tutor.
Keep records of appointments and student progress.
Prepare and lead final exam group study sessions.
Filing, copying, creating resources, updating marketing materials, and other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Education, Experience, Licensure, Certification:
At least a Bachelor's degree, Master's preferred.
Must have completed courses interested in tutoring with at least a B+ or be working toward a Master's or PhD in a related field.
Experience tutoring or teaching preferred.
Vast knowledge of a range of quantitative and finance courses is highly preferred.
Experience using online tutoring platforms such as Zoom, Skype, or Google Hangouts.
Knowledge and Skills:
Excellent communication skills and mastery of English.
Knowledge of MATLAB, R, Python, Excel, C++ or SPSS preferred.
Knowledge of teaching principles and tutoring strategies preferred.
Reliable, patient and professional.
Ability to maintain a professional working relationship with students, staff, and faculty.
Must be able to work on site and online, evenings and weekends.
Up to 20 hours/week, depending on student demand and center needs.
Individuals with a vast knowledge of general quantitative subjects are encouraged to apply. Subjects preferred include:
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