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University Student Assistant - Visitor's Center Gamecock Guide - FALL 2018 Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the University Student Assistant is to obtain work experience on campus in offices, labs, gym, the library, and other areas. Duties may include assisting staff and faculty with preparation for research, classroom instruction, departmental operational needs, or performing administrative and other support duties as required. Positions may be filled based on individual applicants’ skills, qualification and departmental needs.
University Student Assistant - ACE Athlete Tutor - FALL 2018 Jacksonville (Main Campus)
The duties of the University Student Assistant is to obtain work experience on campus in offices, labs, gym, the library, and other areas. Duties may include assisting staff and faculty with preparation for research, classroom instruction, departmental operational needs, or performing administrative and other support duties as required. Positions may be filled based on individual applicants’ skills, qualification and departmental needs. Essential Functions: General tutors provide individual and small group tutoring to students in the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) Tutoring Center. Tutors assist students academically by meeting with students on a regular basis to clarify learning problems and work on study skills. Other assistance might include: reviewing class material, discussing the text, predicting test questions, formulating ideas for papers, or working on solutions to problems. Tutoring is a supplement to classroom teaching. ACE tutors may also provide drop-in tutoring assistance to students based on requests for academic assistance. This position involves mandatory training, reporting, and evaluations. Tutors must attend mandatory training sessions and required workshops, be flexible and available to work outside of their class schedules, must be dependable and punctual for scheduled appointments, complete tutorial reports in a timely manner, and work well with students in an academic environment. Additionally, tutors must be willing to work with a diverse student population. Tutors must possess the knowledge of subject area material beyond a basic level; excellent communication skills; ability to provide an active learning experience for students by explaining difficult concepts and providing examples for explorations; ability to connect with students; use active listening skills to provide the best learning experience according to the needs of the student; openness to training and skills development; ability to work with students one-on-one and in small groups; possesses good time management skills; ability to plan effective tutoring sessions; ability to write tutorial reports reflective of the content and teaching objectives accomplished during each session.
University Student Assistant - ACE Clerical - FALL 2018 Jacksonville (Main Campus)
Assist students in the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) Tutoring Center or at a campus satellite tutoring center. Clerical assistants are responsible for checking students in and out of Grades First and running weekly reports. All clerical assistants must have good communication skills and be able to multitask in a fast-paced environment.
University Student Assistant - ACE Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leader - FALL 2018 Jacksonville (Main Campus)
Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic support program that targets historically difficult courses. SI sessions are regularly scheduled, out-of-class review sessions for all students enrolled in a targeted course. The sessions are informal seminars in which students review notes, discuss readings, develop organizational tools, and prepare for examinations. Students learn how to integrate course content with reasoning and study skills. SI sessions are conducted by a student leader who has successfully completed the course, attends the course, and works with the professor to design collaborative learning sessions for the students to attend on a voluntary basis.SI leaders support classroom instruction in every way. Likewise, the SI program is offered only in classes where the faculty member understands and supports Supplemental Instruction.

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