Tutor - Health Information Technology (HIT) Program - Part Time
TUTOR - HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (HIT) PROGRAM - PART TIME
MALCOLM X COLLEGE
A Tutor provides students with tutoring and instructional support in Health Information to help improve their academic capabilities and progress academically while promoting independent learning and self-reliance. Tutors assist tutees in developing and improving their competency in didactic Health Information, coding, data analysis, revenue cycle course work; and help students integrate didactic theory into professional practice experience to be applied in the profession with application and skills. Tutors may work inside the classroom as embedded tutors; tutor students in HIT; and provide online tutoring services to students enrolled in distance learning courses. Performs related duties as required.
- Provides academic assistance and tutoring to students on an individual or group basis about Health Information and related course work.
- Tutors students to help them gain a deeper comprehension of Health Information concepts and skills and a better understanding of work assignments to improve their academic success.
- Crafts effective tutoring plans to address tutee’s weaknesses and strengths; motivates students and provides them with confidence to feel successful.
- Provides students with learning strategies including ways to improve study skills and retention, how to organize work, effective use of time, and how to build better study habits.
- Schedules individual tutoring sessions at a college’s Academic Support Center, based on students requests for tutoring in a specific subject area.
- Assists the tutee in problem-solving and applying critical thinking techniques in the context of a specific discipline or subject area.
- Helps students develop positive attitudes and a high level of motivation towards learning and studying, build self-confidence and reduce anxiety or fear of failure in academic work.
- Tutors students and provide students with strategies to develop effective study habits and skills to improve academic capabilities.
- Prepares students for standardized testing and provides strategies to overcome test anxiety.
- Participates in tutor orientation and attends professional development and training sessions to increase competency in subject areas and improve tutoring skills.
- May conduct academic skill reviews and lead workshops on academic skills.
- Provide ongoing communication with students, Instructors, and academic advisors regarding academic progress of individual students
- Maintains records on tutoring activities.
- Provides periodic student assessments and evaluations as required
- Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university in Health Information Technology or a related field of study, OR similar technical certifications and training. Specific additional requirements or certifications may be required depending on the assignment area.
- Must be a Registered Health Information Technologist (RHIT) or Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) and hold a current, up to date CEU profile from AHIMA to support current knowledge for classes available to support with tutoring available before being assigned classes to tutor.
- Work experience in health information (HI), revenue cycle, coding, or related area and at least 2 years of recent clinical experience strongly preferred
- Completion of tutoring certification preferred
- Experience in teaching, tutoring, or delivering academic support to students at the post-secondary instructional level is strongly preferred.
- Experience working in a large, urban community college environment with a diverse cultural and ethnic student body is highly desirable.
- Knowledgeable of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Knowledge, Skills, and Ability
- Proficiency in the subject area to be tutored.
- Knowledge of effective tutoring techniques and strategies in subject area(s)
- Knowledge of tutoring strategies used for improving students study skills.
- Knowledge of appropriate software if applicable
- Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills
- Strong organizational and time management skills
- Strong problem-solving skills
- Ability to work within a culturally diverse environment
- Ability to interact effectively with students and to motivate students to succeed
- Initiative – Demonstrate willingness to take on responsibilities and job challenges
- Attention to Detail – Pay careful attention to detail and thoroughness in completing work tasks.
- Dependability – Demonstrate reliability, responsibility, and dependability and fulfill obligations.
- Technology Savvy – Capable user of technology who understands the role of technology in the institution and who will guide and support its efficient and effective use.
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