University of Iowa

Work with us at the ARC

Work with us at the Academic Resource Center

 

We are currently hiring Supplemental Instruction (SI) Leaders for Spring 2019.
We have openings in the following courses:

 

  • Biology

    • Human Biology (BIOL:1140)

    • Introductory Animal Biology (BIOL:1141)

 

  • Chemistry

    • Principles of Chemistry II (CHEM:1120)

 

  • Health & Human Physiology

    • Nutrition & Health (HHP:2310)

 

  • Physics

    • College Physics II (PHYS:1512)

 

Please review the position description and information in the application (PDF iconSI Leader Application

Submit completed applications to: 

310 Calvin Hall or via e-mail to Stephanie Preschel (Stephanie-preschel@uiowa.edu)

 

Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. Applications received by 11:59PM on November 27 will be considered first. Application review will begin on Wednesday, November 28, 2018 and we will continue to accept applications until all positions are filled. After application review, selected candidates will be invited to interview.

 

Please send any questions to Stephanie Preschel (Stephanie-preschel@uiowa.edu)

 

We advertise our receptionist position openings on Hireahawk and hire every summer for the following academic year.
If you have any questions, please e-mail us at uc-arc@uiowa.edu

 

As a Supplemental Instruction Leader...

You will have the opportunity to:

→Implement strategies to encourage and foster students’ development as independent learners.

→Help students learn how to master course content in a small group setting.

→Serve as an academic role model; model and encourage collaborative learning & study strategies.

→Plan and facilitate 2-3 SI sessions per week.

→Participate in effective, in depth training on how to combine course content with learning skills instruction.

→Gain transferrable skills and experience that will look great on your resume!

As a Receptionist...

You will have the opportunity to:

→Assist in supporting students who visit the ARC by welcoming them, assessing their concerns, and answering their questions.

→Assist with the monitoring of the ARC program space in the IMU.

→Build on communication and leadership skills.

→Participate in effective, in depth training on supporting students who visit the ARC and the SI leaders.

→Engage in data coding, and projects that support the academic success of students on campus

→Gain transferrable skills and experience that will look great on your resume!