The primary function of this position is to provide direct instruction and instructional support for transitional Math courses and supplemental co-req lab courses. This position also provides Math tutoring support services to directly impact Math retention and success rates.
This position is a blended position that reports to the Dean of Arts and Sciences and the Director of Retention and Support Services. The position will also require a close working relationship with the Math Department Chair and other Math faculty.
Qualifications for Position
Bachelor's Degree in Mathematics
Excellent organizational and written communication skills
Excellent time management skills
Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision and collaboratively as a team member
Excellent customer service, problem-solving skills and interpersonal skills
A strong sense of integrity and acceptance of diversity
Strong technology skills
MA in Mathematics or at least 18 hours in graduate coursework
Special Consideration given to those with a background in developmental education
Experience with learning management systems such as Canvas or Blackboard
Experience with faculty/staff training
Community College experience
Experience with data collection and assessment
Provide up to 9 credit hours of developmental math instruction per semester
Individualized tutoring of math students
Establish and Coordinate learning communities and group study sessions as needed
Supervise and train adjunct and paraprofessional math tutors
Assist with coordinating tutoring needs by working closely with ACE staff, math faculty, coaches, and other organizations.
Provide instruction and tutoring at education center locations as needed
Provide instruction and tutoring in a variety of modes as needed to meet the needs of the student populations served.
Other duties as assigned
This position will assist with supervision of ACE student workers and professional tutors.
Required to work independently with a minimum amount of supervision. Consultation with the Director of Retention and Support, Dean of Enrollment Services, Vice President of Student Services, Math Department Chair, Dean of Arts & Science, and VP of Instructional Services as needed
The position is expected to follow all College policies and procedures as well as all local, state, and federal laws. The position is also expected to adhere to and foster the development of Kaskaskia College core values of compassion, honesty, respect, responsibility, and fairness
Position will have daily contact with students and other college employees and will have frequent contact with community and external agencies
Physical Demands and Work Environment
Travel within the college district, as well as occasional overnight travel is required as necessary for professional development and in carrying out the responsibilities of this position.
Kaskaskia College is seeking applications for Math Transition Coach. The primary function of this position is to provide direct instruction and instructional support for transition Math courses and supplemental co-req lab courses.
This position also provide Math tutoring support services to directly impact Math retention and success rates.
This position is a blended position that reports to the Dean of Arts and Sciences and the Director of Retention and Support Services.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary range is $48,000 annually and fringe benefits eligible.
To receive consideration, candidates must submit a cover letter describing how qualifications meet the position criteria, along with a resume and transcripts
As an AA/EEO employer Kaskaskia College is interested in receiving applications from individuals who would enhance the diversity of the College. A full job description is available at www.kaskaskia.edu/hr.
BENEFIT SUMMARY SHEET FOR EXECUTIVE/MANAGERIAL AND PROFESSIONAL/MANGERIAL STAFF KASKASKIA COLLEGE
The following information is based on the current employee fringe benefits that Kaskaskia College offers. It is not intended to be a contractual agreement and in no way limits Kaskaskia College from altering such benefits in the future.
VACATION LEAVE 1.83 days per month, for a total of 22 days per fiscal year. For grant-funded employees, vacation time must be used in the year that it is earned. SICK LEAVE 12 days per fiscal year PERSONAL LEAVE 3 days per fiscal year PAID HOLIDAYS Minimum of 13 paid holidays per year
HEALTH INSURANCE is effective the first day of the month after hire date and includes comprehensive medical, vision and dental coverage. Rates effective 9/1/21: $178.00 per month employee only coverage $290.00 per month employee plus one $335.00 per month employee plus family Provider is Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Illinois.
LIFE INSURANCE is provided by the College and is effective the first day of the month after hire date. The benefit amount is equal to annual salary. Additional voluntary insurance is available at employee’s expense.
FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT and 403(b) PLANS are also available.
RETIREMENT PLAN The State Universities Retirement System requires that 8% of an employee’s monthly gross pay is deducted for individual retirement purposes. It is also required that .5% of an employee’s monthly gross pay be deducted to fund the College Insurance Plan for Community College Retirees.
TUITION WAIVERS are available for staff and family. CHILD CARE and BOOKSTORE DISCOUNT available.
For further information regarding benefits, please contact Human Resources at 618-545-3072