Educational Adviser/Math Tutor
The Academic Success Center (ASC) at Clermont College provides centralized academic support for University of Cincinnati Clermont College students. The ASC also provides campus-wide leadership supporting innovative and evidence-based programming to increase student success. This position supports the Director of the ASC in delivering mathematics and statistics support to UC Clermont students with a focus on students enrolled in developmental courses.
- Provide remedial instruction and guidance to students to improve their academic performance in mathematics/statistics including but not limited to students enrolled in developmental coursework.
- Facilitate the development of instructional support resources, workshops, and study tables designed to address the needs of students in the area of mathematics/statistics including but not limited to students enrolled in developmental coursework.
- Motivate and support students enrolled in mathematics and statistics courses across the college
- Assist with assessing the effectiveness of tutoring services including but not limited to the content areas of mathematics and statistics.
- Foster an inclusive learning environment
- Create a positive learning environment for students who struggle with mathematics and statistics
- Tutor students in mathematics and statistics as needed including tutoring online when necessary.
- Establish and maintain a professional and supportive rapport with staff and students
- Serve as a mentor for math learners and for math peer tutors
- Document work with students and math tutors
- Assist in the ongoing development of a math tutoring program.
- Supervise, schedule, and train math peer tutors
- Represent the university and the ASC in a positive manner and serve as a liaison for the ASC with the math faculty and other internal and external agents for the university and abroad (e.g. advising, accessibility, regional associations and conferences).
- Other related duties as assigned and necessitated by ASC outreach.
Skills and Attributes:
The Educational Adviser must possess the following skills and attributes: Student centered with a strong work ethic; adaptable in dynamic learning environments; knowledge of technology and software as required by the content area and knowledge of university policies and processes; proper knowledge of course materials.
Bachelor’s degree with one year experience; or Associate’s’ degree with three years experience; OR five years experience. Experience must be in educational advising and /or working with disadvantaged children in an educational setting.
Master’s degree in education with experience teaching post-secondary students in math and statistics. Experience with supervising and scheduling. Good organization and communication skills.
Create your Applicant Profile and upload your CV/Resume along with a list of three (3) references. Officially apply to Requisition # 37343 and under the Application upload your Cover Letter.
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