Part-time Females in Math and Science (FeMS) Math Coach
Opening Date:   6/1/2017
Closing Date Notes: UNTIL FILLED
Bulletin No.:  2017  -  0876

The part-time FeMS (Females in Math and Science) Math Coach is responsible for assisting students enrolled in math and science courses with mathematical concepts, applications and related study skills.  The math coach collaborates with faculty and the FeMS Navigator to help increase awareness of services and services and develop skills and confidence necessary for academic success. This position reports directly to the Associate Dean, General Studies and Academic Support.   This position is funded through a North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation grant.

Provide assistance to students that is tailored to the specific needs and learning styles of FeMS students both onsite and online 

Maintain appropriate paperwork and documentation including that needed for FTE recording and audit purposes

Assist in monitoring the proper usage of the classroom/lab

Collaborate with faculty and FeMS Navigator concerning students’ academic progress and needs

Assist in recommending appropriate resources for the coaching center

Assist FeMS Navigator with execution of activities required of FeMS students

Assist with assessment and evaluation of the coaching center services and processes

Assist with development of meaningful evaluations of services and use data to inform decision making processes

Assist FeMS Navigator with meeting needs of students, faculty and staff

Perform other duties as assigned that support the College mission and initiatives

Qualifications Required:
Bachelor’s degree or minor from an accredited institution in Math with recent teaching or coaching experience with emphasis in algebra, statistics and calculus  

Flexible schedule (able to work morning, afternoon and possibly evenings and weekends) in  order to accommodate the schedules of members of the cohort

May be needed to work at other locations

Creativity, flexibility and openness to change

Strong oral and written communication skills

Strong computer skills (including familiarity with MS Office) and commitment to the use of technology in instruction

Ability to work effectively and collaborate with others in a team environment

Familiarity with and appreciation for the mission of a comprehensive community college

Effectiveness in the following College organizational competencies:
  -    Translating College purpose, values, and vision into organizational action
  -    Collaborating and facilitating
  -    Creating and innovating
  -    Anticipating and responding to change
  -    Providing vision and leadership
  -    Assessment of student learning
  -    Engagement and assessment of successful student retention models

Qualifications Preferred:
Master’s degree from an accredited institution in Math  

Ability to provide strong feedback and encouragement to students

Experience working with college students in a flexible setting

Experience as a tutor

ADA Summary:
ADA requirements for this position include critical thinking skills with the ability to process information and exercise good judgment in the collection, evaluation and analysis of data and student assessment, curriculum development, and program review; ease of mobility in supervising students in the clinical and classroom settings, carrying equipment, supplies and other instructional materials; travel between campus locations may be required; and effective use of all forms of communication including use of computers.

Salary Range: 
$18.00-$20.44 per hour based on candidate's experience, education, and funding source availability

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