The Tutor is responsible for providing tutoring sessions via Zoom or in-person, to assist students in achieving academic success. This position will support the student regularly scheduled meetings, or on an as needed basis to help clarify class concepts. The incumbent may also be asked to provide assistance with study skills improvement techniques, reviewing class material, discussing the text, working on solutions to problems not assigned for homework, take home tests, etc. This position works under limited supervision.
- Academically Enrolled in upcoming term.
- Good Academic Standing.
- Must be available for BU Campuses (Main or Lozier) and Zoom.
- Must have received an "A" in one or more of the courses included in the selected area of study.
- Excellent customer service orientation with the tact and strong verbal communication skills needed to facilitate relationship building.
- Maturity of judgment and ability to resolve problems without delay and/or to seek managerial intervention.
- Ability to maintain strict level of confidentiality in the handling of student information.
- Ability to work independently and as part of team.
- Review open positions and descriptions here:
- Identify the position you are interested in and apply using: Student Employment Application
- Login or create ADP Account (if you do not have one) and complete your application.
- Upload current resume and ensure contact information is accurate.
NOTE: An application does not guarantee an interview. The current list of open positions is subject to change. All students that apply will be notified of the status of their application within 2-3 weeks of applying.
Bellevue University, the largest private, non-profit university in Nebraska, is located just south of Omaha and is part of a vibrant and prosperous metropolitan area of nearly one million residents. Forbes has ranked Omaha as the nation’s most affordable place to live (2011), one of the top ten fastest growing cities in America (2010), and one of the best places for business and careers in America (2010). We emphasize teaching excellence, cyber-active learning, and interactive education.
For more information, check out our home page at http://www.bellevue.edu.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act requires institutions participating in federally funded financial aid programs to make information about the institution available to the public, current and prospective students, and current and prospective employees. The Bellevue University Consumer Information webpage, found at www.bellevue.edu/student-support/consumer-information/consumer-information, provides readily accessible information to help consumers make informed decisions about post-secondary education. Bellevue University’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report (ASR), found at www.bellevue.edu/student-support/consumer-information/pdfs/annual-safety-report.pdf, provides information about campus crime statistics and institutional security policies and procedures as well as information about student housing fire statistics and fire safety policies. You can obtain a paper copy of these reports from the Bellevue Dean of Students office by calling 402-557-7028. In addition to this, Bellevue University is an Equal Opportunity Employer.