The Online Mathematics Instructor will mainly be responsible for teaching college level online math courses, including Calculus I, II, Linear Algebra, Multivariable Calculus (Calculus III) and Ordinary Differential Equations.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Monitor student progress and assist students in accomplishing established learning objectives.
Interact independently with students using distance education technologies, primarily Moodle, Zoom, Skype and e-mail.
Arranging & holding live review sessions with students and actively checking in on all assigned students.
Provide timely feedback to students on coursework and progress.
Promptly replying to emails, providing detailed feedback on exams according to a rubric.
Communicate with students, program administrators and supervisor to resolve any course related issues.
Additional duties include assisting with the development of course related materials; updating and developing curriculum; participating in new course development; and working closely with program managers on course related issues
Degree of Independent Action Performed on the Job:
Large degree of independent action.
Generally work independently
Required Special Skills and Knowledge:
At least 3 years teaching or tutorial experience at college level in mathematics.
Excellent communication skills.
Experience working with students from diverse backgrounds.
Minimum Required Education and Related Work Experience:
Master's degree from an accredited college/university in mathematics or related field
Experience in teaching, tutoring mathematics online.
Ph.D. is strongly preferred.
Internal Number: A-69395-3
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