Tutor

Police Athletic League

Location:

PAL Webster Center
2255 Webster Avenue
Bronx, NY, 10457

Borough:

Bronx

Job Type:

Paid

Minimum age:

21 years old

Status:

Part Time

Last Day to Apply:

11/30/2017

Length:

Permanent

Specific Days Needed:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

Minimum Hours/Week:

9 hours/week

Number of Available Positions:

2

Maximum Hours/Week:

15 hours/week

Public Transportation:

Train (D train to 183rd Street )

Minimum Education:

Associates Degree

Area of Focus:

Academic Support/Homework Help

Job Description:

The Tutor is responsible for assisting high school students in the area of homework assistance and improved literacy. Knowledge of NYC HS curriculum. Specifically seeking expertise in subject areas of Math, Science & History. Major Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Provide individual and small group tutoring. 2. Prior experience working with students from disadvantaged backgrounds 3. Meet with case workers to discuss student’s academic progress or difficulties as well as behavioral issues that may affect learning. 4. Present ideas and suggestions for improving programs as often as possible. When presenting a problem or offering constructive criticism, also offer an alternate solution. 5. Build positive relationships with youth and staff and serve as a role model with respect to demeanor, communication and behavior. 6. Create stimulating lessons or activities that enhance grade appropriate learning. 7. Observe and document youth who appear to have weaknesses in academic areas. 8. Respond to any requests the case workers may provide with regard to the educational needs of a youth. Additional Responsibilities: 1. Afternoon & Evening Hours 2. Submit weekly, monthly, written and verbal reports as requested. 3. Attend staff meetings.

How to Apply:

Submit cover letter and resume to the attention of Email: bferazi@palnyc.org

To the Attention of:

Bobby Ferazi

Required Skills/Experience:

1. Ability to work with at-risk teenagers from diverse backgrounds. 2. Prior tutoring experience with high school curriculum including Regents subjects 3. Associate Degree and/or 60+ college credits.