Student Survey Proctors- DC Teaching Fellows

TNTP seeks Student Survey Proctors for our DC Teaching Fellows program. Student Survey Proctors will be TNTP employees based in our DC program office. The time commitment for this part-time, seasonal role will be variable (on average 10 to 15 hours per week) from January 2017 through March 2017.

Who We Are

TNTP is a national nonprofit founded by teachers that believes our nation’s public schools can offer all children an excellent education. Today we’re a diverse team from a wide range of fields, united by a fierce commitment to helping school systems end educational inequality and achieve their goals for students. We work at every level of the public education system to attract and train talented teachers and school leaders, ensure rigorous and engaging classrooms, and create environments that prioritize great teaching and accelerate student learning.

TNTP’s Teaching Fellows programs transform talented people into great teachers for disadvantaged students. Operating in more than a dozen U.S. cities, they hold the highest standards for effective teaching of any teacher preparation program in America. More than 32,000 Teaching Fellows have been trained to date. Fellows come from all walks of life and learn to teach critical subjects such as math, science and special education through innovative, practice-based training and coaching. The programs are run by TNTP, a national nonprofit organization working to end educational inequality, in partnership with leading public school systems and states, www.tntpteachingfellows.org.

TNTP has managed DC Teaching Fellows since 2007, recruiting, selecting, training and certifying teachers to teach in the most high-need public schools in DC. For more information, please visit http://tntpteachingfellows.org/DC.

Role and Responsibilities

The Student Survey Proctor role offers the successful candidate the opportunity to use their organizational and communication skills and commitment to customer service to support the collection of student survey data for the DC Teaching Fellows. The Student Survey Proctor will report to the Student Survey Implementation Manager.

Specifically, the Student Survey Proctor will:

  • Attend a virtual training on administering student surveys the week of January 9th
  • Be assigned a caseload of 10-30 Fellows for whom the Proctor will administer student surveys to 1-2 course sections from February – mid-March
  • Schedule directly with assigned Fellows to proctor student surveys
  • Distribute, administer (proctor), and collect student surveys in each Fellow classroom
  • Mail student surveys to the Student Survey Implementation Manager for data entry


We are seeking candidates who believe deeply in our organization’s mission, who thrive in an entrepreneurial and dynamic environment, and who demonstrate a record of achievement.

Successful candidates will also demonstrate:

  • A commitment to consistently producing high quality, detailed work
  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills
  • The ability to work well independently
  • Strong communication and writing skills
  • The ability to identify challenges and actively work to find solutions
  • The ability to work effectively with others at all levels of an organization and to consistently display a high level of professionalism in all interactions
  • Strong computer skills including Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Knowledge of DC public schools (preferred)


Student Survey Proctors will be compensated at $20.00/hour or commensurate with experience in a similar position.

TNTP offers a motivated team of dynamic colleagues, a collegial atmosphere that values professional development and valuable feedback, and the chance to impact the direction of a growing, mission-driven company that is committed to the success of our nation’s children.

To Apply

To apply please submit your resume and tailored cover letter online.

We review applications on a rolling basis – so it is to your advantage to apply as soon as possible. We will not consider applications without a cover letter tailored to this position. Please note that an offer of employment will be subject to the successful completion of a background check. TNTP is committed to fostering and capitalizing on the diversity of our organization. We are an equal opportunity employer and seek individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds to apply to this position. If you would like to learn more about our mission, please visit our web site at www.tntp.org.

TNTP strives to end the injustice of educational inequality by providing excellent teachers to the students who need them most and by advancing policies and practices that ensure effective teaching in every classroom. A national nonprofit organization founded by teachers, TNTP is driven by the knowledge that effective teachers have a greater impact on student achievement than any other school factor. In response, TNTP develops customized programs and policy interventions that enable education leaders to find, develop and keep great teachers. Since its inception in 1997, TNTP has recruited or trained approximately 49,000 teachers – mainly through its highly selective Teaching Fellows programs – benefiting an estimated 8 million students. TNTP has also released a series of acclaimed studies of the policies and practices that affect the quality of the nation’s teacher workforce, including The Widget Effect (2009), Teacher Evaluation 2.0 (2010) and The Irreplaceables (2012). Today TNTP is active in more than 25 cities, including 10 of the nation’s 15 largest. For more information, please visit www.tntp.org.

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