Tutor -- Opening Date: Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Success for All Foundation
 
Part-time Tutor
Location: Baltimore, MD      
 
Tutoring opportunity working for the Success for All Foundation (SFAF) while working onsite at a Baltimore City Public elementary school.  At the Success for All Foundation (SFAF), we believe that every child can learn.  SFAF is a proven whole school improvement approach that helps teachers help every child – even in the poorest communities – succeed in school.
 
Our employees are talented, mission-driven professionals who bring their skillfulness to SFAF to help us better achieve our goals.  We offer the chance to participate in opportunities that will change the lives of students.
 
We are seeking part-time tutors who will be working with Elementary school students.  Tutors will facilitate a computer-guided program for small groups of students at a Title One school in the Baltimore City area.  This job runs concurrent with school calendar; position will not need to report for work when school is not in session. Rate of pay: $22/hr., 5 hours daily totaling 25 hours per week during regular school hours.
 
This is an ideal opportunity for new college graduates, retired teachers, current educators who are looking for a part-time job, or other highly motivated professionals who like working with students.    First consideration extended to elementary or early learning educators/paraprofessionals. 

Successful candidates must:
 
Be available to interview September 30 – October 4
Be  available for paid training mid-late October
Be available to start as early as October 21
Have transportation to assigned school site
Have at least two professional written references
 
Bachelor’s degree or 2 year degree with relevant work experience required.  Ideal candidate has a stable employment history, great work ethic, strong people skills, and has worked with students professionally or in a volunteer role. All applicants must pass required criminal background checks, including fingerprinting and possible drug screening.
This position has will run from October through June and will follow the school holiday schedule.

All uploads must be in a pdf format.  If you are having difficulties uploading your resume and cover letter, please email your resume and cover letter to HR@successforall.org.
 
 
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