Online MCAT Physics Instructor – The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review is looking to hire part-time Online Physics MCAT Instructors and we want to see if you are interested in an opportunity to teach for us!
Our courses and scheduling are flexible, and you can fit teaching for us in alongside college or graduate school classes, lab work or even other jobs. Our base pay is competitive - $20hour for MCAT Instructors - and you'll have plenty of opportunities for professional development as long as you're at TPR.
What we're looking for:
Bright, engaging, dynamic presence with an ability to teach in an online environment.
Teaching or tutoring experience is preferred, but not required - we'll train you!
Competitive prior test scores preferred, but not required - you will be required to take a qualifying test for the subject you apply to.
At least one year of availability to teach.
Familiarity with video conferencing software (i.e. Skype)
We'll reach out to you once you complete the survey. Our interview process involves an initial phone screen, a qualifying exam to test your content knowledge, and an online instructor audition to show off your teaching skills. If you're accepted based on these factors, you'll be invited to an instructor training.
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