Virtual Middle School Tutor — Remote | WFH

We’re revolutionizing the way students learn. We’re on the lookout for compassionate teachers and tutors with a background in special education to deliver personalized 1:1 or group instruction to students nationwide! Key Details: Work Remotely: Conduct virtual sessions from the comfort of your home, on a schedule that suits you. This is a fully remote position! Flexible Availability: Set your own hours and adjust them whenever necessary. Customize Your Rate: Determine your hourly rate and have the freedom to negotiate on a per-job basis. Personalized Job Assignments: Share your expertise in specific subjects, and we’ll match you with suitable tutoring opportunities tailored to your strengths. About Us: We are a leading tutoring and test-preparation platform connecting educators with clients and school districts. Our tutors have the autonomy to set their rates and choose assignments based on their availability. With a constant influx of new students joining daily, there’s never a shortage of teaching opportunities. Requirements: Previous Experience: Prior tutoring or teaching experience is highly desirable. Special Education Expertise: Experience with special education, accommodations, and assisting students with learning disabilities is strongly preferred. Educational Background: Hold at least a Bachelor’s degree. Engaging Teaching Style: Ability to foster an interactive and enjoyable learning environment, where student inquiries shape the direction of instruction. Background Check: Willingness to undergo a background check if necessary. This is a contract position, with the potential for ongoing tutoring and virtual instruction opportunities. As a part of our platform, you’ll receive consistent job offers based on your expertise, availability, and subject offerings.

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