The Academic Affairs Division of College Track New Orleans (CTNO) Academic Coach/Tutor Positions

Job Type

Part Time



Start Date:


Application Deadline:



2225 Congress St.
New Orleans
United States


Position: College Track Student Academic Coach


The team of College Track Student Success Coaches is responsible for ensuring that all College Track students maximize their potential. To do this, students must receive support aligned to their individual needs, and Coaches will be the primary direct service providers of these needs in one of three departments: Academic Affairs, College Completion, and Student Life. Coaches will collaborate with Program Directors to implement programs that meet the needs of each student. Coaches will also gain administrative experience by fulfilling day-to-day administrative tasks and running at least one administrative project throughout the school year.


●      The goal of the Academic Affairs program is to give students the academic support necessary to graduate from high school college-ready and college-eligible. For most students, this means a GPA of 3.0 or higher and an ACT math score of 22 or higher. Academic Affairs Coaches will manage a caseload of students to academic outcomes; tutor students in 9th-12th grade subjects; assist students with online credit recovery; teach ACT workshops; lead academic workshops; provide academic advising; connect with teachers, counselors, and families; input and monitor student data; administer practice tests; and complete other duties as assigned.



●      Bachelor’s degree, or currently working toward degree

●      Passion for and commitment to college access and success

●      Experience working with a diverse population students in a relevant program area (e.g. tutoring or teaching, college advising, or youth development)

●      Strong facilitation skills

●      Outstanding problem-solving skills

●      Strong interpersonal skills and collaborative mindset

●      Ability to quickly build rapport with students and keep them motivated and productive

●      High level of self-awareness, humility, and emotional intelligence

●      Cleared background check and TB test before start date



●      Work approximately 15-29.5 hours per week, with the potential for some Friday and Saturday work

●      Oversee the success of a cohort of students via advising, programming support, outreach, and data analysis

●      Deliver at least one aspect of our programming: Tutoring, Academic Affairs seminars, etc.

●      Embed and model academic habits — organization, time management, self-advocacy, and study habits — in mentorship of all students

●      Participate in weekly professional development and meetings to discuss student needs and target students

●      Collect, analyze, and use data to suggest and create program improvements

●      Complete administrative tasks including, but not limited to, maintaining the center, monitoring technology, taking attendance, chaperoning field trips, entering data, and contacting parents and teachers

●      Attend onboarding and orientation prior to the start of the summer, fall, and spring sessions as well as professional development and networking opportunities provided by College Track outside of work hours

●      Meet regularly with the relevant Program Director to discuss student progress



This position is a part-time, non-exempt hourly position. Compensation is commensurate with experience and ranges from $13.50.


How to Apply

Send a cover letter and resume to the relevant Program Director. If applying for more than one program, CC all relevant Program Directors


Leslie Scott Porter, Academic Affairs Director


Hiring Timeline (all sites update this section with the correct dates)

●      Resume collection and review: April 20-May 15

●      Phone/Google Hangouts interviews: May 4-22

●      Performance task assignment and review: May 11-29

●      In-person interviews: June 1-12

●      Onboarding: June 22-26 or August 20-31

●      Start date for summer 2018 or Fall 2018

College Track is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce. College Track does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.

Level of Language Proficiency

English Proficient,

Seeking Intermediate Level Spanish, French, Mandarin and Arabic tutors

Professional Level

Entry level

Minimum Education Required

4-year degree

How To Apply

Application Submission Process

Submit a resume and cover letter (include a one paragraph statement regarding your philosophy of the best ways to promote student achievement and academic readiness as a tutor in the letter and your days of availability), if still in college please include an unofficial transcript to Mrs. Leslie Scott-Porter, College Track New Orleans Academic Affairs Director, at