ACADEMIC TUTORS- NON PUBLIC
Pay range $8.68 - $20.39 per
hour, based on experience/certification/No Benefit
METHOD OF APPLICATION
A cover letter and resume must accompany the electronic
application for full consideration
. A complete job description and electronic application can
be accessed on the district website at
. No paper applications/resumes will be accepted. No
telephone calls please.
Immanuel St. James Lutheran (1)
7 hours per week
ASAP - 5/31/12
The Tutor provides one to one or
small group tutoring to students.
1.* Responsible for the
identification of Title I students.
2.* Responsible for the
administration of a pre-test (or use existing and current
data) to each Title I
student and record data on
3.* Responsible for using
test results to design appropriate educational programs for
each student, to
include instruction in basic and
4.* Responsible for the
scheduling of tutoring sessions in consultation with
instruction and/or school staff so that staff and students
are assured consistent and coordinated tutoring.
5.* Responsible for the
communicating with regular/special education staff to ensure
coordination of Title I program with regular/special
Responsible for approaching
students with a positive attitude with the expectation that
students will learn and grow.
Responsible for making lesson
adjustments as needed to help students experience
Responsible for appropriate
documentation, such as keeping a record of dates, length and
content of each tutoring session.
Responsible for documenting in
a log of how his/her time is spent while on the job.
Responsible for documenting parent contact and
regular/special education communication.
Responsible for attending staff meetings and in-services as
Responsible for assisting the students with homework to
improve performance, focus on stimulation an improved
attitude towards academics.
Responsible for participating in the center's team meeting in
order to assess individual and group needs.
Duties as assigned.
functions of the position
EXPERIENCES AND EDUCATION:
1. Must have:
A) completed at least two years of study at an institution of
higher education (at least 60 credits): B) obtained an
associate's or higher degree; or C) achieved a passing score
on a MDE approved assessment.
Must provide an
official transcript or a Work Keys certificate before final
previous experience working with at-risk students.
communication skills (verbal and written).
Demonstrated ability to respect the confidential of student
attendance and punctuality.
ability to deal with students, parents and the public in a
tactful and courteous manner.
working with computers required.
Some positions may
require strong technology experience (SMART Board, Document
Camera, Read Naturally software, LCD projector), as well as a
passion and interest in working with students who are
struggling with reading and math, primarily in grades
This description is intended
to describe the type and level of work being performed by
a person assigned to the job. It is not an exhaustive
list of all duties and responsibilities required by a
person so classified