Instructor Job Requirements
- A 99% score on an Official GMAT CAT exam (official score report must be provided).
- Extensive teaching experience & expertise.
- A relatively flexible schedule, particularly during evenings and weekends.
- Instructors must sign a non-compete contract, agreeing not to teach the GMAT for any other companies. (Note: Manhattan GMAT does not hire any individuals who are bound by non-compete agreements with other companies.)
- Instructors must make a minimum 1-year commitment, averaging a minimum of 3 hours of instruction per week.