Assistant E-Learning Specialist

The Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign seeks applicants for the NetMath program’s vacant position of Assistant E-Learning Specialist. This position supports the curricular development and implementation aspects of the NetMath program by (a) assisting in maintaining and developing online mathematics courses, especially with regard to eLearning solutions tailored to mathematics instruction; and (b) supporting faculty, staff and students in the use of eLearning tools. Please visit to view the complete position announcement and application instructions.

E-Learning Information Technology Specialist

The Department of Mathematics at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences seeks applicants for the position of Visiting E-Learning Information Technology Specialist with the NetMath program. This position works with the Associate Director of Instructional Technology in NetMath to develop new software to support the NetMath program. Work closely with ATLAS, CITL, Technical Services, the registrar’s office and other campus units to integrate NetMath services with the technical infrastructures needed for successful delivery of the program. Please visit to view the complete position announcement and application instructions. The closing date for this position is June 8, 2016.

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NetMath Mentor

We are currently accepting applications for student mentors in NetMath for the following courses: Math 220, 231, 234, 241, 285, 292, 415, and 461.

Mentor duties involve grading coursework, providing online assistance, and regularly communicating with students about course progress.

Applicants should have taken one or more of the listed Mathematics courses and also be comfortable working with Mathematica code.

Click here to apply for a NetMath Mentor position.

Note: The NetMath mentor hiring process includes an interview and a written quiz.

NetMath Academic Hourly

NetMath is currently looking for Academic Hourlies to assist our program. Academic Hourly duties include grading coursework, assisting both mentors and students, regularly communicating with students, and working on long-term projects.

Academic Hourly employees require a bachelor's degree or higher and should not be a registered grad or undergrad student at the University of Illinois. More information about Academic Hourlies is located here.

To apply for an Academic Hourly position, go to

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