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Mathnasium of California MDLexington Park, MD
  • $10 - $15 an hour - Part-time
  • NOW HIRING Math Instructors for the 2019-2020 School Year!
  • Mathnasium is an innovative, math-only learning center.
  • We are looking for energetic individuals with impeccable math skills to instruct students in grades K-12 at our California, MD location.
  • We teach math to children in a fun, confidence-building environment.
  • The learning center environment is supportive and encouraging.
  • Applicants should love teaching math and be able to motivate students to success.
  • Exceptional math skills
  • Enthusiastic about math and kids
  • Must be willing to learn and use Mathnasium Methods (even though your skills are great, you will need to be open to some new things)
  • Excellent communication and multi-tasking skills
  • Ability to interact professionally with students and parents
  • Energetic and confident personality
  • Willing to work with students of all ages
  • Reward students for complete and correct assignments
  • Evaluate and document student progress
  • Communicate student needs to the center director
  • Assist in keeping the center clean and orderly
  • Develop rapport with students and establish a fun learning environment
  • Maintain a positive attitude and demonstrate enthusiasm for teaching math
  • Competitive, hourly salary
  • The opportunity to do math for a few hours and help students reach a new understanding of concepts
  • Training on all methods unique to Mathnasium
  • Ongoing professional development in educational practices
  • All instructors must pass a math literacy exam (elementary math through geometry) and background check.
  • More advanced math skills are always welcome.
  • Teaching certificate is not required.
  • We serve our students year-round, so this is an opportunity for regular, part-time work.
  • Scheduled hours each week may vary.
  • Attach a cover letter and your resume.
  • Be sure to include any math tutoring experience and academic objectives, including your intended major of interest (if entering, or in, college), and any fun hobbies, skills, or interests you have.
  • Separate from your resume, send an email to us with your salary requirements, weekly availability, and two days with times that you are available to come into the center to take the instructor assessment.
  • Job Type: Part-time
  • Salary: $10.00 to $15.00 /hour
  • Lexington Park, MD (Required)
  • Our teaching philosophy revolves around teaching math in a way that makes sense to our students.
  • We strive for understanding and mastery
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