Compensation Type: Hourly
The Learning Support Specialist II (LSS2) performs the duties of a
professional tutor. The LSS2 will tutor in-person and is expected
to work with students, either one-on-one or in small groups to help
them attain a deeper and more substantial command of the assigned
subject matter. The LSS2 must be able to work with multiple
students and with other tutors present, in a shared tutoring space.
The LSS2 will communicate with the department regarding individual
student progress and needs. This position is responsible for
generating reports from tutoring software and sending them to
his/her supervisor. The LSS2 must have a strong command of the
subject matter and be able to communicate it effectively to
students using a variety of methods and teaching tools.
Supplements students’ understanding and command of the course
material for which the students are seeking assistance, outside of
class. Tutors for introductory courses in discipline area of
expertise only. Helps students to develop and apply appropriate
learning and study skills. Meets with students at appointed
Maintains documentation of all tutoring sessions. Generates
department reports for tutoring and maintains documentation of
department tutoring interactions. Provides course instructor(s)
with communication/information that can be used to facilitate
student learning of course content. Proficient use and
implementation of the College’s tutoring software.
Maintains a thorough knowledge of the course material, as well as
multiple instructional methodologies, to accommodate various
student learning styles. Attends tutor training sessions. Provides
support to LSS, LSS1, Peer Tutors & Supplemental Instructional
Leaders. Assists with technical support of tutoring software and
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Fosters and maintains a safe environment of respect and inclusion
for faculty, staff, students, and members of the community.
Recognizes diversity of campus students/staff/faculty and supports
them in a respectful and courteous manner.
Additional License Requirements:
- Master's Degree in Economics or a related field
- Two (2) or more years of teaching and/or tutoring economics
experience in a higher education environment.
Full Time/Part Time:
- State Motor Vehicle Operator's License or demonstrable ability
to gain access to work site(s).
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