26 Jun Project on Track 2022-2023
Tutoring Employment Cocke County
Project On Track 2022-2023
Cocke County Schools is seeking several Project On Track Tutors for students in grades K-8 at all nine
elementary schools. Both part-time and full-time positions are available. Schedule is to be set by the
The goal of the Project On Track Tutor is to ensure students in the district are provided with standards
based support to fill in skills gaps due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Key Components of the Interventionists Job Include:
Group Size Small student groups of up to 6 students for elementary school in K-5 and 8 students in 6-8th
Training: Training in the programs that will be required to be used will be provided as well as health and
Part-time Positions: No more than 25 hour per week, five days a week, no benefits.
$35 an hour for retired teachers, or anyone who does or has held a teaching license
$30 an hour for bachelor’s degree
$25 an hour for some college (including Associate’s)
$20 an hour for high school diploma
$20 an hour for high school students (afterschool only)
Full-time Potions: Non-certified assistant pay according to the pay scale, benefits provided.
Monitoring: Individuals will be required to use the district purchased materials, progress monitor, and
track student performance and attendance in the program.
Requirements Prior to Hiring: Fill out a complete application, contact [email protected] for
information on obtaining a background check, and a successful interview with a building principal.
For more information, fill out an application for a non-certified position, and contact a Principal at any of
the elementary schools.
THE COCKE COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
“It is the policy of the Cocke County School System not to discriminate on the basis of sex, color, race,
and national origin, creed, age, and marital status, or disability in its educational programs, activities or
employment policies as required by Title VI and VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Title IX of the 1972
Educational Amendments and Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973”.
Casey Kelley, Affirmative Action Coordinator