CLUE is currently hiring for a Spanish Drop-in Tutor for the remainder of the entire 2015-2016 academic school year. Shadowing is required of the newly hired tutor. Applications are due by the end of the day Monday November 30, 2015!
Please read the Spanish Drop-in Tutor Position Description below to see if you qualify and how to apply.
Can I work at CLUE if I am no longer a student?
-Yes, as long as you have taken the required courses.
Can I work at CLUE as a graduate student?
Yes, however we only hire a select number of graduate students.
What is the hiring process?
-We will look through applications and select the top candidates to interview. We will notify everyone about whether they received an interview or not. We will interview candidates for 4 weeks starting the week after the position closes. We will interview one subject within the same week. We will then notify interviewees if they were hired or not. If you are hired then we will collect some information and get you to turn in paperwork prior to shadowing. We will then schedule you to shadow current tutors.
Can I apply for more than one subject?
-Yes, but you need to submit seperate application emails for each subject. You cannot be hired to work more than one subject. If you are selected to interview for more than one subject you may find out if you were hired for one subject before interviewing for the 2nd. You will need to decide if you prefer that 1st subject and drop out of interviews for the 2nd or decline the 1st and interview for the 2nd, not knowing if you will get it.
How do I know if I qualify?
-Read through the position description to see what the required courses are for each of the positions?
How much do I get paid?
-That depends on your level of education. Read the position description for the rates based on education and current enrollment.
How do I apply?
-Each position description mentions what you need to turn in to apply at the bottom.
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