Hiring

Work for the Fulton Schools of Engineering Tutoring Centers

Want to work for the Fulton Schools of Engineering

Tutoring Centers? 

 

MTo be considered for a position, all applicants must complete the following:

    • Fill out ASU Job Application on ASU Student Employment Job Search- applications are not accepted via email
    • List undergraduate courses able to support AND working availability in cover letter
    • Polytechnic majors must upload a letter of recommendation from an academic advisor or faculty member 

FSETC Positions:

Tutor Qualifications:

  • Cover letter must include minimum of (5) undergraduate courses candidate is able to support and availability if known
  • Provide documentation that shows they have a cumulative 3.2 GPA or higher and at least a
    B+ in the courses they wish to tutor. Courses must be taken at ASU or candidate must
    provide documentation showing that the courses taken at their previous institution are
    comparable to the ASU courses they wish to tutor (Unofficial transcripts)
  • Must be available to work on campus between 8 and 20 hours per week
  • Must have no previous AIP violations
  • Must be available to attend all mandatory trainings during Fall and Spring semesters
  • Prior tutoring and/or mentoring experience
  • Have earned 24 or more credit hours (sophomore status or higher)
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Experience working in a team environment
  • Completed undergraduate coursework at ASU preferred

Polytechnic Tutor Qualifications:

  • Enrolled in a Polytechnic campus engineering major
  • Attach a letter of recommendation from a staff member or academic advisor
  • Cover letter must include minimum of (5) undergraduate courses candidate is able to support and availability if known
  • Provide documentation that shows they have a cumulative 3.2 GPA or higher and at least a B+ in the courses they wish to tutor. Courses must be taken at ASU or attach unofficial transcripts
  • Must be available to work between 8 and 20 hours per week
  • Must have no previous AIP violations
  • Must be available to attend all mandatory trainings during Fall and Spring semesters
  • Prior tutoring and/or mentoring experience preferred
  • Have earned 24 or more credit hours (sophomore status or higher)
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Experience working in a team environment

 

 Special Programs Qualifications:

  • Cover letter must include courses candidate is able to support
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher, B+ or better required in core math and engineering courses. Grades will be checked before hire and at semester completion. 
  • Must be available to work between 5 and 15 hours per week, Monday through Friday 10am-8pm
  • Must have no previous AIP violations
  • Must be available to attend all mandatory trainings during Fall and Spring semesters
  • Have earned 24 or more credit hours (sophomore or junior status)
  • Strong verbal communication
  • Experience working in a team environment
  • Completed undergraduate coursework at ASU preferred

Position Requisition Numbers:

Computer Sciences/CIDSE Tutor: 69369BR

Electrical Engineering Tutor: 69370BR

Mechanical/Aerospace Tutor: 69372BR

All Other Majors: 69371BR

Polytechnic Engineering Tutor: 69373BR

Special Programs: 71485BR

 

How to locate the job posting

  1. Go to the Student employment job search page
  2. Search on-campus jobs
  3. Login with your ASURITE ID
  4. Search for appropriate Requisition ID

 

Questions? Contact us at FultonTutoring@asu.edu

Recommendation Requests

ASU Staff and Faculty: If an applicant has asked you to submit a recommendation for them, please
complete our Recommendation Form

“Tutor appreciation is probably my favorite part of working at the tutoring center. The many different ways that the center tries to show the tutors that they care really shines. My favorite way that this is shown is tutor appreciation week. Small things like free breakfast or lunch really brighten my day and make me feel fortunate to have a job where I can apply my skills but also feel valued as an employee. This in tandem with tutor and lead tutor of the month really push me to be the best tutor I can be.”

“During the 2019-2020 academic year, myself and other lead tutors had the opportunity to participate in two organized hiring events for FSETC. The events provided valuable insight into the personality and communication skills of potential hires… The cohesion within FSETC is very high, with most tutors being friendly with one another. Dozens of new tutors have been hired as a result of these events, and all of them fit in very well at the centers.”

“Even with social distancing, my lead has still found a way to stay in contact with the entire team. She is on Slack every morning engaging with the team, asking them how their morning is or what they are eating for breakfast. Little things like this help to let people know that they are not alone and really show our team that we are in this together.