Job No: 497209 Work Type: Staff Part-time, Temporary and/or Hourly Department: Sy Syms School of Business Location: Wilf Campus, 500 West 185th Street, NY, NY Categories: Student Services
Sy Syms Casual Staff (TA, Peer Tutor, or Proctor) supports faculty and students by creating opportunities to review class material and improve student performance (TA). As a peer tutor, the casual staff would meet with students one-on-one to help them with coursework. As a proctor, the casual staff would oversee the taking of exams to ensure academic integrity.
Prepares and leads weekly recitation sessions
Prepares practice exams, review booklets, and supplemental lecture materials
Meets with professors to ensure recitations cover topics discussed during primary lecture sessions
Grades student papers
Provides student support
Responds to student questions and emails
Tutors students in various courses according to their qualifications
5 hours/week minimum availability
Oversees the taking of exams to ensure academic integrity
This position will report to the faculty and/or chair of the department and is supervised by the Academic Administrator.
This position will report to and be supervised by the Academic Administrator
This position will report to the professor whose exam is being proctored and is supervised by the Academic Administrator
Experience & Educational Background:
An undergraduate degree and a recommendation from the professor requesting assistance. Having taken the course previously is up to the preference of the professor.
Must have received an A or A- in the course and provide a recommendation by a professor to tutor in the course/s.
Must have an undergraduate degree
Skills & Competencies:
Ability to work constructively with students-- individually and in groups
Basic understanding of pedagogy and ability to instruct
Ability to create outcome-based review lessons focused on measurable success
$16.00 - $20.00 per hour
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