NC Education Corps Application
Tutor | Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
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Weekly Commitment: 28 hours/ week
Location: In-person availability required
Open Positions: 20
Start Date: April 1, 2021
End Date: June 8, 2021
This position is responsible for providing instructional support and tutorial services to K-12 students in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in applicable subject areas. The tutor will provide feedback to appropriate school staff and parents regarding each student’s progress.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Reports directly to the Tutoring Coordinator.
- Works in coordination with the Tutoring Coordinator, other tutors and other departments to provide student support and tutoring services to students across grade levels in multiple curriculum areas.
- Supports and oversees student instruction through Discover Education, program coding lessons, i-Ready learning paths in math and/or reading, and Science and Social Studies enrichments activities.
- Ensures tutoring will focus on targeted areas of student weakness as defined by ongoing assessments.
- Supports and carries out the service of the teacher of record.
- Provides direct instruction to students across grade levels in multiple curriculum areas.
- Takes all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, materials, equipment, and facilities.
- Participates in Professional Learning Teams (PLTs), training, or other meetings as required.
- Works in coordination with other teachers and other departments in planning and developing the instruction for each identified student.
- Evaluates student progress on a regular basis and provides feedback to teachers, students, and parents.
- Develops and maintains an instructional environment conducive to effective learning.
- Provides varied instructional techniques and media through individual sessions designed to meet the educational, social, and emotional needs of the students.
- Provides varied instructional materials and management techniques to assist the student in meeting their goal(s).
- Acts as consultant for assigned students, legal guardians, and schools.
- Performs other related duties as assigned by administration for the successful operation of the program.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Working knowledge of expected behavior of children, that is, basic characteristics of ages and stages.
- Working knowledge of effective methods of supervising children.
- Working knowledge of the core subjects at specified grade(s) or grade spans.
- Ability to develop and implement plans for students with diverse educational needs.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships as necessitated by work assignments with strong behavior management and discipline skills.
- Ability to work in various settings and develop a working schedule for several home and/or school locations.
- Ability to perform under stress when confronted by individuals acting under stress.
- Ability to demonstrate good interpersonal communication skills and ease in relating to people from diverse educational, cultural, and social backgrounds.
- Ability to effectively interact/communicate with tutors, community partners and CARES Team members.
- Ability to create, organize, and prepare a variety of materials and activities to use during tutoring sessions in order to strengthen lesson plans.
- Ability to follow written and oral instructions.
- Ability to be patient, tactful, and firm with students.
- Ability to show a good level of responsibility, reliability, and punctuality.
- Ability to maintain a positive classroom atmosphere.
- Ability to develop and maintain an effective working relationship with students, teachers, administrators, and parents.
- Ability to operate audiovisual equipment and common office machines.
Ability to set own priorities and be flexible in adjusting workloads and assigned tasks.
- Ability to be flexible in job assignments.
- Ability to adhere to confidentiality of office practices and ethics.
- Ability to complete and submit timesheets certifying time worked.