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Earn $106-$116/hr. Part-Time GMAT Instructor needed in Boston (3564 hits)

Manhattan Prep is seeking expert teachers in Boston to instruct full classes and tutor students one-on-one. Teaching and tutoring take place primarily during evenings and weekends. This is a part-time position: many of our instructors maintain full-time positions, engage in entrepreneurial endeavors, or pursue advanced degrees while teaching for Manhattan Prep.

Compensation:
The pay is $106 per hour for all classroom teaching and $116 per hour for private tutoring -- up to four times the industry standard. Instructors can expect to teach up to 20 hours per week, depending on personal preference and seasonal demand.

Qualifications:
- Score qualification. 99th percentile score on an official test: GMAT 760+. (If you’re close to the score, we still encourage you to apply.)
- Significant teaching experience. Classroom teaching preferred.

All Manhattan Prep instructors must:
- Sign a non-compete agreement.
- Make a minimum 1-year commitment, averaging a minimum 3 hours of instruction per week.


How to Apply:
Upload your resume, cover letter, and score report at http://www.manhattanprep.com/jobs/instructor/gmat-classroom-tutoring-instructor/ by clicking on the "Join Manhattan Prep" button.




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Posted By: Elynor Moss
Tuesday, May 16th 2017 at 10:26AM
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