Part-Time or Full-Time
Aggieland Tutoring, a private tutoring company in College Station, TX, is hiring an experienced, educated individual to serve as a contracted part-time or full-time in-person tutor in Economics.
Aggieland Tutoring provides private 1-on-1, small-group and small-class tutoring to support students at Texas A&M University and Blinn College. Our tutors work to ensure the tutoring team is delivering a high-quality service for students at various academic levels as they master the concepts of economics.
Aggieland Tutoring is seeking individuals who can tutor most, or all, of the following courses at an extremely high level:
(Courses marked with *** are required for Economics Tutors).
***ECON 202 Principles of Economics (ECON 2302) covers elementary principles of economics; the economic problem and the price system; theory of demand, theory of production and the firm, theory of supply; the interaction of demand and supply.
***ECON 203 Principles of Economics (ECON 2301) covers measurement and determination of national income, employment and price; introduction to monetary and fiscal policy analysis; the effects of government deficits and debt, exchange rates and trade balances.
ECON 311 Money and Banking covers the fundamental principles of money, credit, and banking; arbitrage conditions in domestic and international capital markets; theoretical and institutional analysis of money markets.
ECON 322 Applied Microeconomic Theory covers the use of microeconomic theory in the analysis of problems that would face decision-makers, not only in business but also in government, non-profit firms, and other institutions.
ECON 323 Microeconomic Theory covers the determination of prices and their role in directing consumption, production and distribution under both competitive and non-competitive market situations.
AGEC 105 Introduction to Agricultural Economics (AGRI 2317) is an introduction to Agricultural Economics. Characteristics of our economic system and basic economic concepts; survey of the farm and ranch firm and its organization and management; structure and operation of the marketing system; functional and institutional aspects of agricultural finance; government farm programs.
AGEC 317 Economic Analysis for Agribusiness Management covers quantitative methods used to address managerial problems, specifically calculus-based optimization, marginal analysis, elasticities, statistical and forecasting techniques, linear programming, and risk analysis; emphasis on theoretical aspects and applied analysis of managerial problems faced by agricultural firms.
AGEC 350 Environmental and Natural Resource Economics covers the inspection of issues such as environmental degradation, population growth, recycling, water use and depletion, natural habitat protection, water and air pollution, acid deposition, fishery management, and global warming using economically derived principles and tools.
At Aggieland Tutoring, we work to facilitate a culture of professional reflection and consistent quality among our teams of tutors.
A tutor can set their own hours of availability and can work from any location with their students – however, Aggieland Tutoring does provide a fully furnished tutoring center for our tutors use.
*Notice: Tutors are Independent Contractors, Not Employees, and will Not Receive Employee Benefits. Tutor is an independent contractor (not an employee or other agent) solely responsible for the manner and hours in which services are performed, is solely responsible for all taxes, withholding, and other statutory, regulatory or contractual obligations of any sort (including, but not limited to, those relating to workers’ compensation, disability insurance, Social Security, unemployment compensation coverage, the Fair Labor Standards Act, income taxes, etc.), and is not entitled to employee benefits (such as vacation or holiday pay, medical, unemployment or workers’ compensation insurance).
Aggieland Tutoring is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
To qualify for this position, individuals must have:
Advanced coursework or graduate degree in economics or a related field of study.
College-level teaching or tutoring experience in one or more of the economics subjects above, preference is given for individuals with advanced teaching experience.
Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills.
Strong typing and computer skills.
Enthusiasm for education and a passion for helping students master concepts in economics.
Candidates must reside in the Bryan/College area and, if hired, be able to provide documentation regarding eligibility to work in the United States.
Primary Location: College Station, TX, USA
Employee Status: Independent Contractor
Job Type: Contract
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Job Posting: June 2, 2019
Schedule: Part-time (20 hours minimum availability), Full-time (40 hours minimum availability)