**Math Tutor**

**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 **Mathematics.**

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 mathematics.

**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 Math Tutors).*

*****MATH 102 Algebra (MATH 1314, 1414) **covers sets, structure of number system; absolute values, solution sets of linear and nonlinear equations, of systems of equations, and of inequalities; relations and functions, graphical representations, graphical representations, progressions, mathematical induction, determinants.

*****MATH 131 Mathematical Concepts—Calculus** covers limits and continuity; rates of change, slope; differentiation: the derivative, maxima and minima; integration: the definite and indefinite integral techniques; curve fitting.

*****MATH 140 Mathematics for Business and Social Sciences (MATH 1324)** covers the application of common algebraic functions, including polynomial, exponential, logarithmic and rational, to problems in business, economics and the social sciences; includes mathematics of finance, including simple and compound interest and annuities; systems of linear equations; matrices; linear programming; and probability, including expected value.

*****MATH 141 Finite Mathematics** covers linear equations and applications; systems of linear equations, matrix algebra and applications, linear programming, probability and applications, statistics.

***** MATH 142 Business Calculus (MATH 1325)** covers limits and continuity; techniques and applications of derivatives including curve sketching and optimization; techniques and applications of integrals; emphasis on applications in business, economics, and social sciences.

*****MATH 147 Calculus I for Biological Sciences** is an introduction to differential calculus in a context that emphasizes applications in the biological sciences.

*****MATH 148 Calculus II for Biological Sciences** is an introduction to integral calculus in a context that emphasizes applications in the biological sciences; ordinary differential equations and analytical geometry.

*****MATH 150 Functions, Trigonometry and Linear Systems (MATH 2412)** covers graphs, functions, college algebra and trigonometry, linear systems and vectors.

*****MATH 151 Engineering Mathematics I (MATH 2413)** covers rectangular coordinates, vectors, analytic geometry, functions, limits, derivatives of functions, applications, integration, computer algebra.

*****MATH 152 Engineering Mathematics II (MATH 2414)** covers differentiation and integration techniques and their applications (area, volumes, work), improper integrals, approximate integration, analytic geometry, vectors, infinite series, power series, Taylor series, computer algebra.

*****MATH 161 Engineering Mathematics II** Differentiation and integration techniques and their applications (area, volumes, work), improper integrals, approximate integration, analytic geometry, vectors, infinite series, power series, Taylor series.

*****MATH 166 Topics in Contemporary Mathematics II** covers finite mathematics, matrices, probability, and applications.

*****MATH 167 Explorations in Mathematics** covers the application of mathematics to topics of contemporary societal importance using quantitative methods; may include elements of management science (optimal routes, planning and scheduling), statistics (sampling/polling methods, analyzing data to make decisions), cryptography (codes used by stores, credit cards, internet security), fairness (apportionment, voting) patterns (symmetry, tessellations, fractals), world health.

*****MATH 171 Analytic Geometry and Calculus** covers vectors, functions, limits, derivatives, Mean Value Theorem, applications of derivatives, integrals, Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.

*****MATH 172 Calculus** covers the techniques of integration, applications of integrals, improper integrals, sequences, infinite series, vector algebra and solid analytic geometry.

**MATH 221 Several Variable Calculus** covers vector algebra and solid analytic geometry; calculus of functions of several variables; Lagrange multipliers; multiple integration, theory, methods, and application; line and surface integrals, Green’s and Stokes’ theorems; Jacobians.

**MATH 251 Engineering Mathematics III** covers vector algebra, calculus of functions of several variables, partial derivatives, directional derivatives, gradient, multiple integration, line and surface integrals, Green’s and Stokes’ theorems.

*****MATH 253 Engineering Mathematics III (MATH 2415)** covers vector algebra; calculus of functions of several variables, partial derivatives, directional derivatives, gradient, multiple integration, line and surface integrals, Green’s and Stokes’ theorems, computer algebra.

**MATH 300 Foundations of Mathematics **covers foundations of mathematics including logic, set theory, combinatorics, and number theory.

**MATH 302 Discrete Mathematics** covers formal structures for describing data, algorithms and computing devices; theory and applications of sets, graphs and algebraic structures.

**MATH 304 Linear Algebra** is an introductory course in linear algebra covering abstract ideas of vector space and linear transformation as well as models and applications of these concepts, such as systems of linear equations, matrices, and determinants.

*****MATH 308 Differential Equations** covers ordinary differential equations, solutions in series, solutions using Laplace transforms, systems of differential equations.

**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.

**Qualifications**

**To qualify for this position, individuals must have:**

**Advanced coursework or graduate degree in mathematics, engineering or a related field of study.**

**College-level teaching or tutoring experience in one or more of the math 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 mathematics.**

**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

**Job:** Tutoring

**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)