Dear colleagues:

Please forward to anyone who might be interested in this job at Mt. San 
Antonio College, a two-year community college. This is a 20-hour per week 
tutoring job with 50% paid health benefits, and prorated paid vacation and 
sick leave hours. It's a good part-time job for graduate students, 
students who are still pursuing their bachelor's degree, and people who 
just want part-time work for now. We have a wonderfully collegial, 
student-centered environment with proven program success in increasing 
student retention and persistence.

The due date of the application and any supplemental materials for 
Tutorial Services Assistant I is Wednesday, January 10, 2007. 

Please go to for employment opportunities, and 
interested parties will find this classified job and the application form 
(a PDF file). Anyone having difficulty getting to the URL may want to try 
our home page at and click on "[log in to unmask] SAC" on the 
right hand column under "Campus and Community."

Thank you for your help.


Meghan Chen
Director, Learning Assistance Center
Mt. San Antonio College
1100 N. Grand Avenue
Walnut, CA  91789
(909) 594-5611, ext. 5669
FAX (909) 468-4035
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Job Code: 06/07-17 
December 11, 2006 
Learning Assistance Center
50% time, 20 hours per week, 10 month term
Current hours: Monday – Thursday, 
8:30 A.M. – 1:30 P.M. 
SALARY: Range A-45, Steps 1 – 6 $1,238 - $1,580 per month. Initial salary 
placement, Step 1. 
HEALTH & WELFARE BENEFITS: College contributes $4,388 toward annual 
premium for medical, dental, vision and life insurance coverage. Lifetime 
retirement benefits provided for eligible employees. 
OVERVIEW: This position is responsible for providing individual and small 
group tutoring to students. 
•Provides individual tutoring assistance to students in three or more 
subjects, a subject in which tutors are scarce, or an international 
•Provides small group study sessions to students
•Assists students with reading and understanding assignment expectations
•Facilitates independent learning, problem solving, and critical thinking
•Maintains tutor logs, student attendance sheets, or other tracking forms
•Distributes study handouts on writing, reading, or mathematics to 
students as necessary
•Presents program information on services, hours, and procedures to 
students and faculty
•Refers students to other student services or departments as necessary
•Maintains tutoring center in a safe, clean, and orderly condition
•Answers phones and questions and performs a variety of other light 
clerical duties
•Assists manager in assessing service effectiveness
•Administers student surveys
•Attends department related meetings as assigned
•Learns and applies emerging technologies and as necessary to perform 
duties in an efficient, organized, and timely manner
•Performs related duties as assigned 
•Tutorial Services organization, operations, procedures, and objectives
•College policies concerning students
•Modern office practices, procedures and equipment
•Record keeping techniques
•Content area in which tutoring is performed
•Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary
•Other campus learning resources available to students 
Skills and Abilities: 
•Work confidentially with discretion
•Meet schedules and time lines
•Work independently with little direction
•Understand and follow oral and written directions
•Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
•Understand scope of authority in making independent decisions
•Review situations accurately and determine appropriate action according 
to established guidelines
•Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others 
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to upper division 
college/university coursework in content areas, preferably mathematics, 
chemistry, biology and/or physics. A Bachelor’s degree, a teaching 
credential, some graduate courses in content area or education courses is 
preferable. Three years or 1,080 hours tutoring experience is required; 
completion of tutor training class or its equivalent is highly desirable. 
Recommended candidate for this position will be required to obtain 
fingerprint clearance prior to beginning employment. 
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: The Mt. San Antonio College application form and 
transcripts (unofficial or official) must be received in the Office of 
Human Resources no later than 4:00 P.M., Wednesday, January 10, 2007. 
Application forms received after this time will not be considered. It is 
highly recommended that resumes and letter(s) of recommendation or other 
pertinent information be included with the application. All materials 
included in your application packet become College property, will not be 
returned, will not be copied, and will be considered for this opening 
only. Current Mt. San Antonio College employees must complete a new 
application packet. Application forms can be obtained by contacting the 
Office of Human Resources, Building 4, Room 230 - 1100 N. Grand Ave., 
Walnut, CA 91789 909-594-5611, X4225 Please note: 
The College will be closed for winter recess beginning December 21, 2006 
through January 1, 2007. 
This recruitment may be used to fill future vacancies.