What it's like to work in the RHMLC
Do you enjoy working with and helping others? Are you able to clearly explain information to your fellow classmates? Have you been told you are approachable or easy to talk to? Do you have a strong mathematics background?
If so, the Red Hawk Mathematics Learning Center can be a rewarding place on campus to work. Staff at the RHMLC will be in the front lines helping fellow students succeed in their mathematics coursework. We are seeking responsible, caring and motivated students who enjoy working with others and have excellent communication skills.
The following positions will be available in the Mathematics Learning Center
each semester, beginning Fall 2012.
Learning Center Assistants (LCA)
Learning Center Assistant report to the Director of the RHMLC. Primary responsibilities including staffing the check in desk, generating reports if asked to do so by the Director, assist students who are having technical difficulties with computers, directing students the correct areas within the Center, answering general questions about the RHMLC, answering telephone at the reception station and other tasks as needed and assigned by the Director. LCA’s are expected to be courteous to all students and dress in an appropriate manner for work. LCA’s complete a training session with the Director prior to the first day of the semester.This position is open to all majors.
Undergraduate Tutors (UT)
Undergraduate Tutors are an integral part of the success of students in the Red Hawk Mathematics Learning Center. While a student with a major in mathematics is an ideal candidate, all applicants to the UT position should have a strong mathematics background through Calculus. Note: Students with a successful background in advanced Statistics (beyond Math 109) will be considered, without having taken Calculus. UT’s should be friendly and courteous to all students, willing to assist other students questions, have strong communication skills and ability to follow directions of instructors and graduate assistants working in the RHMLC. UTs are required to complete in-person and online training during the month prior to the first day of the semester.
Graduate Tutors (GT)
Similar to undergraduate tutors, Graduate Tutors are integral to the success of the RHMLC. GT’s should have strong background in mathematics and statistics. Please see qualifications mentioned in the UT description. GT’s are also required to complete in-person and online training during the month prior to the first day of the semester.
Graduate Assistants are assigned to the Red Hawk Mathematics Learning Center by the Chair of the Mathematics Department.
Please contact the RHMLC director at email@example.com regarding current job openings and pay rates.