Online Homework Grader Jobs

Art of Problem Solving Careers

Full-time positions in our San Diego office

Full-time positions in our AoPS Academy learning centers in San Diego, CA; Princeton, NJ; and Bellevue, WA

Part-time positions that may be performed remotely

What You're Good At

While we've listed a number of specific jobs below, our most pressing need is for more people who have strong math or programming skills, are passionate about math, and want to work with some of the most outstanding math students in the world. If that describes you, then we might be able to build a role around your interests and abilities.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to jobs@artofproblemsolving.com. Please describe what roles you might play at AoPS. Currently we are most interested in candidates who would like to work full-time in our offices in San Diego, CA. Those who are seeking part-time or remote work should consider applying to be a course instructor. Salary is negotiable and commensurate with experience. All applicants must be U.S. citizens or otherwise legally able to accept full-time work in the U.S.

Middle/High School Math Educator

You look over the bios of our instructors and think, "Those are my people!" You love math as much as we do, and you love sharing math with students who thirst to learn more. You write well, you think about how to make other people smarter, and you know that the little stuff really matters when making something great. You just wish you could find students and coworkers who have favorite math problems.

To apply, send a cover letter, your favorite math problem, and a resume to jobs@artofproblemsolving.com. Please include a sample (or links to samples) of your work, such as a mathematical writing sample and/or lesson material that you have written. This is a full-time position in our offices in San Diego, CA.

DevOps Engineer

You love creating with code, but you also enjoy diving into the internals of systems so you know how they work under the hood. Thinking about scaling systems, security, and databases are part of your day to day existence. You’re comfortable using Linux commands, digging through log files, and tracing the most mysterious of issues. You want to use your skills to create applications that educate and inspire the next generation of builders and also to maintain the availability, reliability, and security of those creations.

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to jobs@artofproblemsolving.com, and tell us about the coolest thing you ever made (or the coolest thing you’d like to make!). Links to live code samples or your github repo are a plus! This is a full-time position in our offices in San Diego, CA.

Software Engineer

You create with code. Building new things and improving old things is an intrinsic part of who you are. You want to use those skills to make something that’s more than just a dressed-up ad-delivery company. You want to explore new technologies that will help us educate and inspire the next generation of builders. But most of all, you were just like our students when you were younger, and you want to build applications that you wish existed when you were a kid.

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to jobs@artofproblemsolving.com, and tell us about the coolest thing you ever made (or the coolest thing you’d like to make!). Links to live code samples or your github repo are a plus! This is a full-time position in our offices in San Diego, CA.

Marketing/PR Genius

You want to spread the word about products and services that people love. You find the right audiences and choose tantalizing approaches to make them want to learn more. You'll put the CEO on the best stages and help him find the right words to say when he's there. You're a wordsmith who could have written twice as good a job description for this position in half the time it took us.

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to jobs@artofproblemsolving.com, and sell us on why AoPS is a great fit for you. This is a full-time position in our offices in San Diego, CA.

Customer Communications Specialist

You love helping people. Whatever their problem is, you'll try hard to solve it. Whatever their question is, you'll find the answer. You're so good at anticipating others' needs that you'll even answer their next question before they ask it. You're not intimidated by large volumes of incoming email because you're ready with your favorite Gmail commands.

To apply, send your cover letter and resume to jobs@artofproblemsolving.com, and tell us why you want to help our students and their parents. This is a full-time position in our offices in San Diego, CA.

AoPS Academy Campus Director and Assistant Director

You understand what actors mean when they say, "I love acting, but what I really want to do is direct!" That's because you love teaching, but what you really want to do is run your own learning center. You're ready to do a bit of everything - teach math classes, hire and train teachers, work with parents to ensure their children's success, and whatever else comes your way.

We have multiple open positions at our AoPS Academy campuses, including:

  • Assistant Campus Director in San Diego, CA
  • Campus Director and Assistant Campus Director in Princeton, NJ
  • Campus Director and Assistant Campus Director in Bellevue, WA
  • We will open several AoPS Academy campuses around the United States in summer 2018. The new campuses will be located in the suburban area of major cities. Each new campus will hire both a Campus Director and an Assistant Campus Director.

To apply, send a cover letter and a resume to jobs@artofproblemsolving.com. Please include a mathematical writing sample if you have one. These are full-time positions.

Online Course Instructor

You fit right in with our instructors, but you’re not able to join us full-time out here in sunny San Diego. You love teaching outstanding students who thirst to learn more, and you have a few hours a week to share your love of math with our students. You’ve worked with high-performing students before, or you were an avid participant in math camps and math contests back when you were a student. You’re available once or twice a week 7-9 pm ET (4-6 pm PT), which is when most of our classes run, and have 1-3 other hours a week to prepare, participate in class message board discussions, and review graders' comments on student work.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume to jobs@artofproblemsolving.com. Please include a sample (or links to samples) of your work, such as a mathematical writing sample and/or lesson material that you have written.

Teaching Assistant/Grader

Do you want a flexible job that allows you to share your love of math with younger students? Our graders work on their own time providing feedback on homework problems to aspiring mathematicians. The grader position is perfect for those who need or want flexibility in their work but still want to have a meaningful impact on the lives of others. Want a more active role? Teaching assistants answer questions and encourage students during live class sessions. Both roles are vital to the success of our students and contribute to their growing love of math.

Our grader/assistant pool includes college students, stay-at-home parents, retired professors, graduate students, high school teachers, business analysts, chemists, and many others who just love math! Our courses range from Prealgebra up through Calculus, Intermediate Number Theory and Olympiad level Geometry, so if you have enthusiasm for math of any level, there is a course for you to help out in!

To apply to join our team of teaching assistants and graders, please fill out an application here.

Long-term Grader

Being a grader sounds appealing, but you want to make a more substantial contribution and can regularly commit to 15+ hours of work per week. Our long-term graders are assigned to 3-5 classes at a time and grade for the entirety of that class. Each class lasts between 12 and 25 weeks and consists of 4-8 hours of grading per week. Since our classes run year-round and grading can be done at any time of day, this position is perfect for those who want day-to-day flexibility but consistent weekly work. Because you'll be working with the same students throughout an entire course, you'll see the direct impact of your feedback as your students grow and develop as mathematicians.

Long-term graders fill out the same application as our regular graders, located here. Once you have completed the regular grader application, please also send an e-mail expressing your interest in the long-term grader position to jobs+grader@artofproblemsolving.com.

Finding a work at home job that is a good fit for both your educational background and needs can be difficult. For those with experience in teaching or even those that desire to work in education, finding a job scoring standardized tests may be a great option for you.

While these companies also hire workers on-site, remote scorers that work from home also make up a large portion of their workforce.

Online Test Scoring Jobs
There are variety of standardized tests given yearly. Some portions of the test cannot be graded by a machine and requires someone to grade by hand. The test sections may be essay portions or hand written answers. Some companies will recruit online scorers to work from home grading tests.

The Pay
Typically the pay averages between $10 – $20 an hour depending on the project. You can make your own schedule, choosing from set hours. Because most standardized tests are given certain times throughout the year, you should consider this to be a seasonal job. Make sure to read the requirements on each company for more information on the requirements to become an online scorer.

1. ETS  – ETS, also known as Educational Testing Services, recruit online scorers for several educational tests (SAT, TOEIC®, TOEFL®, Praxis™ and GRE® programs). Online scorers may be evaluating hand written essays or short anwsers. Virtual training and certification is provided for each specified program. The requirements to be accepted as a online scorer varies for each test. For most cases a bachelors degree or masters degree is required. Some tests will require a second language while others may require some prior teaching experience.

2. Pearson – Pearson is known as a company that contracts online scorers for project-based work,scoring on various subjects. Pearson also hires scorers to work from home scoring the essay portion of the College Board SAT exam. You must have at least a bachelors degree or higher and have taught in a high school or college class. The application process will allow you to be part of a pool of online scorers that are chosen to work on projects that last anywhere from a week to a month. Scoring from home and setting your own schedule are real perks here!

3. WriteScore – Write Score often hires people to work from home grading standardized tests. This company works with elemementary , middle, and high school students. This opportunity is only open to hose that live in the US. The pay is between $8 – $15 per hour according to CareerBuilder. You don't need prior teaching experience but have must have a 2 year graduate degree in something.

Grading standardized tests usually is a part-time job that does not offer enough work to be a consistent income, but if you are need of some extra money or a seasonal job as a second income stream, these positions might be the perfect fit.

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