Teaching Assistant/ Adjunct Faculty

Singapore Temporary / 6 Months Negotiable

We are looking for a Teaching Assistant for one of our Tier1 clients. Its a 6 Months extendable Contract Role.

Jobs and responsibilities

– Manage student’s inquiries related to course content and projects, including provision of one-to-one consultations by sign-up

– Grade assessments

– Provide online support to students on their MCQs and/or assignments

– Monitor learning progress (e.g. low score in tests) and motivate, facilitate & support learning journey

– Assist lead trainers to improve content based on student feedback or learning progress where applicable

– Provide students with meaningful and prompt feedback on their progress

– For the data & digital fundamentals part, we need some tutors who can coach trainees for the software (e.g. PowerBI, excel)

What you should have:

– Bachelor degree and at least 2+ years of training experience

– Business knowledge is a must (For the data & digital fundamentals part, we need some tutors who can coach trainees for the software)

– Good to have industry experience in business, tech or digital

– Good communication skills, quick learner and responsible

CEI No: R1439162 / Licence No: 07C3147

Salt is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2012-196495
Salary: Negotiable
Salary per: annum
Job Duration: 6 Months
Job Start Date: 01/02/2021
Job Industries: Business Support
Job Locations: Singapore
Job Types: Temporary
Job Skills: Adjunct Faculty

Here are some related jobs

×
SG

Upload your CV

Upload your CV to our database






    Please let us know where you are, or where you would like to be in the world so we can point you in the right direction.

    Contact us

    Cookie Consent×

    Salt uses cookies to improve the user experience of our site. Cookies allow you to have a more enhanced journey through the site when searching for a specific job or location. Cookies are also used to help us understand how our site is being used. You can find out more about how Salt uses cookies here. By continuing to use the Salt site you are consenting to use our cookies.

    OK