Tutors of Elementary OR Intermediate Russian (GFPC 1, Project GO)
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Position DetailsPosting Number S0682
Position Title Tutors of Elementary OR Intermediate Russian (GFPC 1, Project GO) Department Project GO Bargaining Unit SCUPA Position Type Staff Full-time/ Part-time Full-time If Part-time, specify percentage Temporary/ Permanent Temporary Benefits
The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education provides a comprehensive package of employer benefits to eligible employees and their enrolled dependent(s), which include:
Generous retirement plans, two options:
Tuition benefits for employees and dependents.
Specific benefits may vary based upon university, employee group and/or collective bargaining unit. Visit: https:// www. passhe.edu/inside/HR/syshr/healthcare/Pages/Summary-of- Benefits.aspx for additional information regarding benefits.
To be eligible for most benefits, you must be a permanent, full-time employee (including temporary, full-time faculty with at least an academic year contract) or a permanent, part-time employee (including temporary, part-time faculty with at least an academic year contract) who is scheduled to work every pay period for at least 50% of full-time hours.
FLSA Non-Exempt Salary $22.64 hourly Work Hours Other Work Schedule Other Work Schedule Anticipated Start Date 05/22/2023 Anticipated End Date 06/24/2023
Position Summary Information
Job Description Summary
The Department of Languages and Cultures at Commonwealth University of Pennsylvania (Bloomsburg Campus) seeks two tutors for our intensive summer language program (Project GO) tutoring Elementary Russian (first-year) and tutoring Intermediate Russian (second-year).
The period of employment is May 22 through June 23, 2023.
The course covers one year's worth of college course material in five weeks, meeting students in class for three hours per day, Monday through Friday. Other responsibilities include student consulting and office hours outside of class, lunch and dinner conversation tables, supporting student talent show performances, and leading and joining in on student excursions.
•Collaborate with the Program Director and Lead Faculty and work with program staff;
•Tutor students 2-3 hours per day every day for five weeks;
•Provide support to faculty around course development;
•Answer student questions and provide feedback on student progress in a timely manner;
•Communicate student concerns to program office;
•Participate in lunch and dinner Russian language table as part of the educational program;
•Be available in the afternoons and on most weekends for tutorials and consultation with students;
•Participate in required Saturday field trips;
•Speak Russian with all students participating in the Russian language program;
•Participate in orientation and technology trainings
•Participate in weekly faculty meetings.
•Perform other duties as assigned
Minimum Qualifications (Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities)
A master's degree or higher, preferably in Russian language pedagogy, applied linguistics, or a related field in education or Russian studies. Native or near-native fluency in Russian and English. Demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations.
Experience in teaching Russian at college-level in the United States.
Essential Functions 1. Sitting – 80%; Walking – 10%; Standing – 10%; Squatting – 3%, Bending – 3%
2. Working indoors – 95% and Outdoors (for errands) – 5%
3. Frequent lifting of objects weighing less than 10 pounds
4. Occasional lifting of objects weighing 25 pounds or greater.
5. Occasional pushing/pulling objects weighing 25 pounds or greater
6. Frequent reaching for objects at, above and below shoulder
7. Frequent twisting at waist, and stretching to reach objects
8. Occasional fine manipulation with hands
9. Frequent simple grasping; occasional power grasping
10. Basic math skills (add, subtract, multiply, divide)
11. Reading skills including understanding written direction.
12. Writing skills in preparing and organizing documents
13. Sensory skills, i.e. visual, hearing, and speaking; ability to speak and tutor in the Russian
14. Keyboard skills
Posting Detail InformationOpen Date 05/08/2023
Close Date Special Instructions to Applicants
Application materials include a cover letter addressing your qualifications for the position, resume, copies of undergraduate and graduate transcripts, and contact information for three professional references.
Applications will be reviewed as they are received. The positions will remain open until filled.
Finalist(s) for this position must communicate well and successfully complete an interview process.
Prior to a final offer of employment, the selected candidate will be required to submit to a background check including, but not limited to, employment verification, educational and other credential verification, Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance and criminal background.
Completing this search is contingent upon student enrollment and available funding.
In accordance with Act 153 of 2014 (HB 435), appointment is contingent upon completion of a satisfactory background investigation which includes, but is not limited to, Act 34, Pennsylvania Criminal Record Clearance; Act 151, Child Abuse Clearance; and Act 114, Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Criminal Background Checks.
Appointment is provisional provided the “Arrest/Conviction Report and Certification Form” and verification of your three background checks are returned to the Human Resource office prior to your hire date.
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