Teacher and Tutor Opportunities

Work for the fastest growing education company in the UK and explore our global opportunities. We offer courses for students aged 9-24 across different locations including Oxford, Cambridge and online with our sister company, Melio. Take the next step in your career and join our tutor network.
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Current Opportunities

Full descriptions are coming soon. For more information on a specific role, please email recruitment@oxfordsummercourses.com.

Teach your subject on academic summer courses

Subject Teacher (9-12 year olds)

Subject Tutor (13-15 year olds)

Subject Tutor (16-17 year olds)

Subject Tutor (18-24 year olds)

Teach your subject on industry-focussed courses

Insider Tutor (Spring)

Project Based Learning Tutor (15-17 year olds)

Teach your subject online with Melio, our sister company

Online 1:1 Tutor (Melio)

Online Group Tutor (Melio)

Teach English language courses

Residential EFL Teacher

IELTS Teacher

Contribute to courses for all subjects

Workshop Leader

Guest Speaker

What do our tutors say about us?

Henrietta Nagy, Business and Entrepreneurship Tutor, Oxford

What did you like about our company culture? Flexibility and trust. I appreciated being able to craft my syllabus and delivering it using my expertise and creativity. You provided some guidance to the teaching process, however I had 'ownership' over how I was delivering it. You as a company have great initiatives to bring tutors together and provide networking opportunities.

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Tariq Parker, Medicine, Oxford

Why should someone apply to work for us? Oxford Summer Courses gives tutors a mixture of structure and independence in designing their curricula while maintaining a high educational standard for students which ensures a mutually beneficial experience for all involved. I feel honoured to have had the opportunity to teach, learn and grow in the OxSC family.

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Tutor FAQs

What are the course dates this year?

Can I teach more than one course?

How will I be paid for my work?

Do I keep the rights to use my syllabus/ lesson plans elsewhere?

What are the students like?

Can I teach anything I want?

Do you have past examples of what has been taught to give me ideas?

Do students get assessed?

What will the classrooms be like?

What resources will I have access to?

Can I take my students out for visits to places?

What are the teaching hours?

Do you pay for my travel expenses?

Do you offer accommodation?

Can I contact my students prior to the course?

Can I change my class times or days?

What happens if I sign a contract but then can't teach the course?

Are you affiliated with the University of Oxford / Cambridge?

When will I know my timetable?

Will I get a chance to meet other tutors?

What training is there?

Do I need to set homework or extension work?

When is the deadline for applications?

Can I just send you my CV?

What’s the interview like?

Where will the interview be? I won’t be based nearby until the summer.

Is there parking available where I will be teaching?

What’s the pay?

I’m a returning tutor and I have gained a qualification/ gained a year of teaching experience since last year. What do I do?

I’m interested in teaching your international courses. Who do I speak to?

I’m interested in volunteering for Universify. Who do I speak to?

I’m interested in running the skills workshops and lectures that you offer. Where do I sign up?

Do you sponsor visas?

I have a DBS already. Can I transfer it, or do I need a new one?

I completed safeguarding training for my previous job. Do I still need to attend yours?

I’m only interested in teaching 18-24 year olds, do I still need to attend safeguarding training?

Will I have a teaching assistant?

Will I have any pastoral duties?

Can tutors join students outside of teaching hours?

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