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Sea Tutors is a subsidiary of Tutors International, through which we manage all of our tutor recruitment. If you’re interested in becoming a tutor please visit our Tutors International tutor website. It shows our current job adverts and features both online registration and job application.
Here are our current vacancies for Tutors.
A caring and resourceful individual, preferably with plentiful experience of classical curricula, is required to work with a charming young lady aged 16. This is a full-time home-schooling role starting in September 2020, or as soon as possible afterwards. The ideal Tutor will offer a breadth of subject knowledge and home-centred education expertise. They will be responsible for building strong academic foundations, boosting confidence and adapting classical skills. The Tutor will be dynamic in their approach of interweaving any such appropriate syllabi with the curriculum currently followed by the household, in collaboration with the girl’s mother and long-standing educator.
The role will predominantly be based in North Dakota and will possibly include some periodic trips to other locations.
A kind and supportive teacher, Orton-Gillingham-trained teacher is required to work with a boy, aged 11. This role, starting in September 2020, will supplement an existing remote school routine. The Tutor will use a direct and systemic approach to language teaching to help manage dyslexia and other language processing difficulties.
The role is likely to take place primarily in Silicon Valley, California, with other US locations likely for the second semester.
An inspirational and patient educator is sought to work with a lovely girl aged 9. She will be starting a new school in September and a full-time home-school teacher is required to accompany and assist her to fully access, understand and develop material delivered online.
The Tutor will adhere to the school’s philosophy and make sure that all objectives are met and exceeded where possible. The role is most likely to take place in Silicon Valley, California. The second semester may see a change in US location.