University of Northern Iowa Summer Tutor/Mentor - Upward Bound Summer Program in Cedar Falls, Iowa
Summer Tutor/Mentor - Upward Bound Summer Program
Job Category:Merit Temporary (https://hrs.uni.edu/merit)
Type of Position:Temporary
Full Consideration Date:Friday, May 12, 2023
Advertising Started on:Friday, April 7, 2023
Hiring Department:Classic Upward Bound
Department:Classic Upward Bound
Iowa enjoys a lower cost of living than many other states. See how the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area compares by utilizing the cost of living calculator (https://money.cnn.com/calculator/pf/cost-of-living/) . Our overall compensation package is enhanced by excellent benefits for eligible non-temporary positions (https://hrs.uni.edu/sites/default/files/mybenefits/bn_newemployees_overview.pdf) .
Pay Grade (http://hrs.uni.edu/merit/pay-matrix) :TEMP UNC.1
Percent of Time/Week:100%
Supervises Upward Bound High School students in instructional classes, recreational activities, field trips and other events and provides tutoring as needed; mentors all students as needed, providing any assistance necessary to allow students to have a successful experience; conducts scheduled conferences with assigned students and submits completed forms to staff; assists other residential staff as needed; attends all required pre- and in-service training sessions and staff meetings; submits a three-page typed summative report; and attends an exit interview at the end of the Upward Bound Summer Program. Must be able to enforce rules, relate to high school students and report any problems to the Program Director.
The Upward Bound Summer Program runs from June 12th to July 17th. All summer staff will start on June 5th and conclude working on July 21st to accommodate training and program wrap-up. Part of the compensation includes room and board for the duration of the program.
Required qualifications include current college student, sophomore status or higher; ability to work with and mentor high school students; and ability to pass a criminal background check.
Preference will be given to candidates with experience working with diverse, low-income and first-generation high school students.
Online Application Required Documents
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Professional References:Applicants must enter reference information online as part of the application process.
Number of References: 3
Cover Letter:A plain text cover letter is required.
Driving License Required:In order to be hired for this job, you must have a valid U.S. driving license.
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