February 2017

 

The newly established Seton Hall-Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine invites applications for the position of Instruction Designer to work in the Office of Medical Education. Faculty appointment in the relevant department within the School of Medicine may be considered, according the applicant’s training and experience.

The Instructional Designer will work closely with the faculty, Course/Clerkship Directors, the Assistant Deans of Faculty Development and Undergraduate Medical Education, the Director of Assessment, and the Associate Dean of Medical Education.

Core Responsibilities:

Dynamic Part-time Instructors Needed Are you passionate about teaching and insanely gifted at motivating young people? Catalyst Prep, an innovative, outside-the-box test prep company, is looking for talented SAT, ACT and Subject Area teachers (no prior test prep experience necessary!) to work with students. Areas covered will include the East Coast and nationally online. Catalyst Prep strives to change the way learners prepare for standardized tests by pairing extensive test prep experience and research with a humorous, ground-breaking curriculum.

Are you passionate about teaching and insanely gifted at motivating young people? Catalyst Prep, an innovative, outside-the-box test prep company, is looking for talented SAT, ACT and Subject Area teachers (no prior test prep experience necessary!) to work with students. Areas covered will include the East Coast and nationally online. Catalyst Prep strives to change the way learners prepare for standardized tests by pairing extensive test prep experience and research with a humorous, ground-breaking curriculum.

Kendall Park Learning Center, an independent educational institution fully accredited by the Middle States Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools, seeks part time certified High School History tutor for its year-round academic program. Location: Kendall Park, NJ Please send your resume & cover letter to the Director to resume@kplcteach.com

Posted: February 3, 2017