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Part-Time Summer Employment - LPP Now Accepting Applications

The Liberty Partnership Program is looking for summer tutor counselors.

A Tutor Counselor is a skilled leader who acts as a liaison and support system to the Liberty Partnership Program and the Program Coordinator. The Tutor Counselor serves as a role model and therefore is expected to act with the upmost respect, maturity, diplomacy and tact when working with the LPP & academic staff and students.

The Tutor Counselors will have basic knowledge in working with a diverse student population, and sensitivity to culture, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation and socio-economic status. The Tutor Counselors should be able to provide support during the summer program in four subject areas: Math, Science, English and Technology

Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator:

* Tutor Counselors will be responsible for communicating with the Program Coordinator as it pertains to monitoring student behaviors, attendance, encouraging engagement during program activities, workshop’s and field trips.

* Assisting with problem solving, staying on task, providing academic support, leading/co leading individual or group discussions.

* Responsible for the middle and high school students who are participating in our Enhanced Summer Program, by ensuring that they are attending, engaged, and actively participating in the academic instruction and workshop activities.

* Assigned to a variety of other tasks and jobs including but not limited to data collection, entry, safety monitoring and any other tasks that allow for the continued flow and smooth transition of the enhanced
summer program day.

* Tutor Counselor should be available for regularly scheduled meetings and training's.

* Tutor Counselor should always encourage a positive learning environment.

Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Worker Characteristics:

* Minimum one year of current undergraduate college study & G.P.A of 2.5

* Ability to effectively establish and maintain working relationship with supervising personnel, coworkers, all constituents and the public.

* Perform well under pressure, within time constraints, with a high degree of accuracy, diplomacy and confidentiality.

* Ability to coordinate work flow while dealing with multiple projects and deadlines.

* Ability to present complex information and data in coherent fashion

* Must be able to travel between the college’s two campuses and other sites.

* Bilingual Skills a plus.

Working Conditions:

Typical office environment, majority of work is performed while sitting at a desk or workstation using a computer display and keyboard, using the telephone frequently, infrequently lifting or carrying objects up to 10 lbs, infrequent travel between buildings on campus.

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Janea Hill
Learning and Student Success
4/26/2018