Job of the Week: Work as an online teacher or tutor and make a change in the community

By Dimitris Kouimtsidis

26th Aug 2021 | Local News

The Znaniye Foundation is offering free and affordable Maths, Science and English lessons to all age groups
The Znaniye Foundation is offering free and affordable Maths, Science and English lessons to all age groups

AT Ealing Nub News, one of our aims is to bring you the job vacancies available in the local area.

As part of this, our Jobs section has received a brand new coat of paint, making it even easier for employers to advertise their vacancies with us.

Here is our top pick for this week, working as an online teacher/tutor for the Znaniye Foundation.

The Znaniye Foundation delivers services, a wide range of projects and educational programmes to children, youth and families.

As part of this it is offering free and affordable Maths, Science and English lessons to all age groups.

The sessions are on offer to all families living in the Ealing Borough.

These sessions aim to inspire and support children and provide families with access to supplementary education in core topics that they require.

It's looking for teachers/tutors in all three of the subjects mentioned above – Maths, Science and English.

Requirements are to have an A-Level in the subject you are applying for and to be an enthusiastic individual, passionate about making a change in the community.

Hours are flexible and pay is between £10 - £17 per hour based on experience.

To apply, send your CV to [email protected].

     

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