MCAT Biology Instructor
The Princeton Review
Burnaby, BC
Teaching is a calling. Whether you're a professor who loves to teach as much or more than research, a TA who loves to lead classes (and not just lab demos or problem sets), or the kind of student who is always tutoring your classmates, you are driven to share your knowledge and problem-solving skills to help others succeed. You've got the kind of smarts that encompasses the presentation skills, teaching instincts, and empathy to guide others to not just learn tough material, but improve critical thinking skills. If you are looking for an opportunity to help motivated students take on a big challenge, then join our team! The Princeton Review is the nation's leader in test preparation because we put med school aspirants in the best possible position to beat the MCAT and pursue their dreams of a career in medicine. Help students and we will help you grow as a teacher!

Our MCAT Biology teachers pride themselves in giving our students the best classroom experience, whether in-person or online. They do this by:

  • Modeling professionalism and respectfulness in every interaction
  • Creating a positive and safe learning environment to promote learning
  • Providing instruction that is fun and engaging through The Princeton Review's curriculum
  • Being great communicators in their interactions with students, parents, and Princeton Review staff
  • Delivering the goods: helping students consistently improve their scores, and providing counsel and support each step of the way
  • Relevant university degree; master's degree preferred. (We will occasionally consider exceptional senior undergraduates)
  • Background in Biology, Biochemistry, and Cell Biology (additional background in molecular biology, microbiology, genetics and physiology preferred)
  • Teaching, TA, or tutoring experience in a university setting is preferred
  • Successful completion of our rigorous TPR Instructor Certification Program, including successful completion of qualifying exam
  • Excellent presentation skills and oral/communication skills appropriate/relevant to test type and students (typically second- and third-year undergraduate science majors)
  • Excellent organizational and analytical skills
  • Ability to exercise judgment and work independently utilizing The Princeton Review course materials
  • Ability to manage and prioritize classroom/online student needs and job responsibilities
  • Ability to work during the day over the summer at least 1-2 mornings per week is strongly preferred
  • Ability to work nights and weekends a plus
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