September 1, 2023
Long Island Campus
Tutoring and Academic Development
The primary responsibility of this position is to provide supervision to evening student workers and manage the office's evening duties.
Help manage tutoring staff
- Supervise evening student workers
- Reinforce policies, procedures, and professionalism
- Maintain a warm, welcoming atmosphere for students to feel comfortable learning in
- Schedule breaks for tutors when appropriate
- Help with training and staff development, when appropriate
- Monitor tutors’ client report completion and send out reminder notifications
- Monitor tutors’ handling of exams, scheduling of appointments, interactions with appointments, and appointment record keeping and assist them, when appropriate
- Process exams coming into and out of the Test Center in the evening
- Schedule proctors for students with accommodations
- Proctor exams when needed
- Inform and uphold Test Center policies and procedures
- Return completed exams
Data & Record Keeping
- Help with appointment, testing, and required student data compilation via excel
- Record keeping
- Help with assessment, reflection, and semester planning
- Arbitrate situations in a professional manner when someone is upset or agitated
- Input and alter tutor schedules, as needed, on the online scheduling system
- Maintain privacy of students who utilize the Tutoring Center and Test Center
- Obtain documentation and paperwork for potential hires
- Some clerical work
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Detail-oriented, quick, and efficient worker
- Experience working with students and/or students with accommodations
- Highly skilled in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
- Supervisory experience
- Experience in a higher education setting
- Tutoring or Testing knowledge/experience
Application Process and Additional Information
Pay: $15 per hour.
- Monday – Thursday, 2:30-7:30 PM, 20 hours per week
- Summer hours (June – August) vary
Please email a resume to Katie Blumenthal, Director of The Office for Academic Tutoring, Development, and Accessibility Services at [email protected].
It is the policy of St. Joseph's University not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, citizenship, age, disability, genetic information, status as a victim of domestic violence, military status, status as a protected veteran, marital status or status of an individual in any group or class protected by applicable federal, New York State or New York City Law. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, educational programs, admissions policies, financial aid, and all other school administered programs or policies.
The University also provides accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act and applicable state and local laws. If you need an accommodation during the application process or while employed, please contact Human Resources.
Your employment is contingent upon receipt of proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Please note that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requires that all U.S. employers complete and retain a current Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States, verifying the employment eligibility and identity documents presented by the employee and recording the document information. You will be required to complete your portion of the document, with your documentation verifying your identity and eligibility to work, no later than your third day of employment.