JOB ANALYSIS NAME

JOB ANALYSIS
NAME: Andrew Tyler Gray
COMPANY NAME: Worriless Tutoring Services
JOB TITLE: Private Tutor
DATE: March 2016 – Present
TASKS/RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provide personal instruction for student(s) in order to enhance their academic performance, studying skills, and to prepare for college-leveled tests.
• Provide detailed feedback to students in order to both inform and motivate the student.
• Schedule tutoring appointments with students or employers.
• Develop a bi-weekly schedule to provide the student with a simplistic outline of their responsibilities and assignments.
• Maintain a written record of the student’s course results, progress, and concerns.
• Teach students multiple strategies for studying, taking notes, and completing tests.
• Review class material with students by going through the textbook, practicing problems, and class assignments.
• Evaluate the student’s progress during each session.
• Travel to the student’s home, local library, or university to conduct tutoring sessions.
• Perform research on the course’s required textbooks, software, or equipment.
CRITICAL INCIDENTS
• Must remain on time when attending sessions for the purpose of keeping the student’s progress from being impeded.
• Must be able to respond effectively, prioritize student’s well-being, and utilize clear-sighted reasoning as a means of maintaining the student’s confidence and stability.
• Must pursue all necessary opportunities and continue to exceed the student’s expectations.
• Failure to meet student’s expectations can result in loss of trust, academic progress, or immediate termination.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
• Writing Material
• Paper
• Folders
• Printer
• Library Card
• Telephone
• Computer Data Input Scanners
• Scientific Calculator
• Laptop Computers
• Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, PowerPoint, ; Excel)
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES REQUIRED
Knowledge
• High level of knowledge in the principles and methods for program and training design, teaching strategies for individuals and groups, and the assessment of training effects.
• Knowledge of the construction and subject of the English language such as the rules of composition, the definition and spelling of words, and grammar.
• Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, calculus, statistics, and their purposes.
• Knowledge of electronic equipment, and computer hardware and software, including applications and programming.
• Thorough knowledge of human behavior and performance; personality; learning and motivation; and psychological research methods.
• Aware of the appropriate procedures to perform excellent customer service, which includes identifying the customer’s, meeting quality standards, and evaluating the customer’s satisfaction.
Skills
• Can provide one’s full attention to what other people are saying, take time to understand the points being suggested, ask appropriate questions, and avoid interrupting at inappropriate times.
• Can select and utilize training/instructional methods and procedures appropriate for the situation when teaching new things.
• Can understand written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
• Can remain aware of others’ reactions and understand the cause of their reactions.
• Can identify complicated problems and review correlated information to create and evaluate options in order to employ solutions.
• Can monitor and assess performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make enhancements or take remedial action.
Abilities
• Able to communicate thoughts and opinions to students through an approach in which they can understand.
• Able to create notes that a student can easily understand without confusion.
• Able to process and gather information provided through both spoken and written sources.
• Able to recognize and immediately respond when a problem has occurred.
• Able to utilize general reasoning to various problems in order to create comprehensible solutions.
• Able to provide numerous examples and applications of a subject.
EDUCATION, LICENSURE, OR CERTIFICATION REQUIRED
• Bachelor’s Degree
OTHER CHARACTERISTICS REQUIRED
Must maintain constant focus and be able to work under variety of stressful situations. Must have exceptional communication skills in order to effectively build a professional relationship with students During unexpected circumstance, the ability to think both critically and creatively are indispensable. Need to remain innovative as a means of staying relevant and updated with current changes in information.
WORKING CONDITIONS
Working indoors in a ventilated location such as a home, library, academic facility, etc. Work directly with students and/or employers. Experience direct contact with students prior to and after school hours. Work schedule varies and therefore can be unpredictable. Once the schedule sessions are completed, you are finished for the day. However, throughout the week, some students frequently make unexcepted calls in order to arrange for last-minute meetings and to ask for advice. Depending on the student’s workload, weekend work can be mandatory at least twice a month. Adverse environmental conditions are unusual and improbable.
WORKING INCIDENTS
• Influence people in their views, attitudes, or interpretations.
• Work with people by assigning and accepting instructions.
• Perform a wide-range work each session.
• Work under stress to effectively overcome difficult situations in which unexpected complications and strong communication skills are necessary factors for completing the job.
• Perform a variety of responsibilities without the cost of productivity.
REPORTING STRUCTURE
Reports directly to no one.
FLOW OF WORK
• Generate a schedule for reviewing the student’s course information, assignment due dates, and personal meetings.
• Prepare location for session by confirming the equipment is set-up and operating properly, checking internet connection, and preparing any materials (e.g. notes, study guides, & assignments) that need to be released.
• Provide necessary study guides, assessments, and written evaluations.
• Maintain precise records on the student’s academic progress, status, and goals.
• Accept payment for the time spent on advising the student.
JOB DESCRIPTION
Private tutors are responsible for providing academic opportunities and emotional support to their students prior to and after school hours. Private tutors must be able to teach, monitor, and acclimate several learning strategies based on the specific needs of their clients and maintain a high quality of standard. Private tutors are able work without the supervision of another when performing these services. Private tutors must be up-to-date on current subjects and must be properly equipped for providing the best service to their students. Private tutors must be able to communicate effectively with students and administrators. Private tutors work under a variety of high level courses, responsibilities, and stressors.