Our club tutors are the most important part of our team: they’re the guys on the ground, supporting children to achieve their best and representing our company in our partnership schools. That’s why we pay well above industry standard and provide continuous training to ensure that our tutors are enabled to provide the very best sessions that they can.
What does the role look like?
As a tutor, you’ll be providing after-school clubs in one of our subjects to groups of 10-20 primary school children. A typical session runs between 3:20pm and 4:30pm but you’ll need to be there a little earlier to set-up and a little later to dismiss children. All lessons come fully resourced with easy-to-follow plans so all you need to do is carefully read through the literature so that you know exactly what you’ll be teaching.
Tutors will need to use their personality and teaching skills to make lessons fun and exciting and yet calm and orderly. The role would be ideal for individuals with a strong presence, high expectations of children, a professional demeanour and bags of charisma.
Contract: Tutors work on rolling temporary contracts and will be required from early September until early December in the locations below:
Kent: Gillingham, Aylesford
London South: Hither Green, Bexley, Wimbledon
London North: Islington
London East: Chingford, Highams Park, Ilford, Leyton, Seven Kings, Upton Park, Walthamstow, Wanstead
Hong Kong: various locations
Pay: £20 - £30 per session (not including Hong Kong)
Qualifications and Experience
We’re ideally looking for graduates with at least 1 year’s experience of working with groups of children in a school setting. Specific subject knowledge of one of our taught subjects is a bonus but not required as we will provide plenty of training.
How do I apply?
Email your CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org specifying the role that you are applying for in the subject header. Your cover letter should explain why you are interested in working with us and what you think you can bring to the role. You must mention any criminal convictions, any time spent living overseas and explain any periods of unemployment in your cover letter. This is statutory due diligence that we must take as you will be working with children. Your CV should be no longer than 2 pages and show dates of work history and qualifications.