Senior Tutor -Chemistry
- Tutor students in Chemistry courses including Organic Chemistry.
- Refer students to appropriate resources.
- Assist students on computers
- Assist in training and mentoring new tutors
- Participate in outreach activities and professional development programs
- Assist in daily activities of the center
- Follow good work ethics
- Complete other duties as requested by the supervisor.
- Bachelor's degree in Chemistry or related field with successful completion of college level chemistry courses through Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry or other related courses.
- Must be familiar with laboratory techniques including spectral analysis.
- Must be able to help with computer programs.
- Require good communication skills, including listening with understanding and patience.
- Ability to explain concepts and solving word problems in Chemistry, both orally and in written form in a one to one or small group setting
At least one year of tutoring/teaching experience in a college setting.
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Overland Park, Kansas, United States
Hours per Week
Saturdays & Sundays -10am-4pm
Please submit unofficial transcript listing undergraduate Chemistry courses completed.