Become a London Governess private tutor
A tutor is a private teacher of a specific subject or skill. Private tutors are mostly hired by parents to improve their children’s knowledge or to prepare them for important exams.
Tutors in London Governess Agency
If you are a well-educated teacher seeking a full-time or part-time private tutor vacancy in the UK, you have come to the right place. London Governess has everything you need to become a prestigious, highly paid tutor.
Nowadays, private tutoring is a must if parents want to improve their children’s academic performance. So here is an opportunity to show your teaching abilities. London Governess is always in search of professional:
- English language tutors
- Maths tutors
- Tutors for 7+ and 11+ exams
What is expected from you?
Our clients are outstanding people, from royalty and renowned industry leaders to VIP and high-net-worth families and individuals, so the tutor service should be in accordance with their high standards.
If you want to be classified as a top-rated tutor in our registration database, we require the following documents and information:
- Proof of your degree(s) obtained
- Previous experience stated
- Recommendation letters from your former employers
- DBS check
All our tutors are well-mannered, caring, and hard-working educators ready to work with dedication and love (we are proud to say our private tutors receive very pleasing compensation for this). The place of teaching is usually our clients’ homes.
What can be expected from an employer?
As mentioned before, London Governess clients are VIP and high-net-worth families, which means that you will receive many benefits in return for your hard work and dedication: on-time competitive salary, respect for your agreed working hours, a chance to meet people from all around the world, and to become more acquainted with new cultures.
The cost of private tutoring
Tutors can be hired by the hour.
When hired by the hour, a tutor will be paid £30-£60, again depending on experience, qualifications and subject.
How to apply for a tutor position?
We would like to guide you through every stage of the process so that you know what will be expected from all of us during this period:
The first stage is to fill in the form on our website – our HR department will reply to you and request you send relevant documents (CV, cover letter, DBS check, education diplomas and certificates, and references) as well as to arrange an interview. You can apply whether you have seen an interesting job position or wish to be included in our database and considered for all relevant future vacancies.
After this, we send your CV to our clients and if they like it, we will arrange an interview with a possible employer.
We often recommend a trial because it is very important to meet a family before you make your decision. A trial could be one day or one week – just long enough for you and your prospective employer to get to know each other. Trials are fully paid.
The last stage is when the client and you make your final decisions. Both of you should take your time to consider all aspects before committing to your future collaboration.