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Thank you for expressing your interest in joining our team. At Cambridge Online Academy, we are fully committed to helping young people around the world get a top-quality education. We are always looking for dynamic and fully qualified teachers who are the top achievers in their respective fields, grounded in modern pedagogy and tested teaching methods.

Our recruitment process consists of the following steps:

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Fill in an application form on our website.

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Shortlisted candidates will be asked for an interview with the director of Cambridge Online Academy.

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As part of the interview, shortlisted candidates will be required to do a demonstration lesson.

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Qualification verification and child protection screening. All candidates must be willing to undergo child protection screening including, but not limited to, checks with past employers and an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.

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Candidates will be required to complete an online training session.

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Positions Available

Please see our current vacancies below:

Qualified Teacher (PGCE with or without QTS)

Contract Term: Permanent (self-employed basis)

Starting salary: £15 an hour

Hours: Part-Time

Technology and space requirements: PC/laptop with a camera, good broadband speed, and a quiet space to teach.

We are looking for dynamic and qualified teachers (PGCE with or without QTS) who are the top achievers in their respective fields, grounded in modern pedagogy and tested teaching methods. Join our Talent Pool and we will notify you when we post a teaching role that we think will suit you!

At Cambridge Online Academy, we are fully committed to helping young people around the world get a top-quality education. As part of the Cambridge Assessment International Education programme, we aim to give children world-class instruction that will prepare them for a productive, rich, fulfilling future.

You must be able to teach the Cambridge International Curriculum online starting from Primary Level (children who are typically ages 7 to 11) through IGCSE and A-Level to pre-university Level. You will be teaching online classes (up to 15 students at a time).

At Cambridge Online Academy, the heart of our students’ online classroom experience with us lies in the Microsoft Teams Online Classroom. The system, as we have adapted it to our Online Learning Platform, allows students to quickly access their courses and optimize their learning experiences in a safe, fun environment. Students participate in real-time interactive classroom activities using an audio-visual chat system and a virtual interactive whiteboard. They’ll interact with other students, submit assignments, ask any questions they might have, and join classroom discussions.

If you feel that you are the right person to fit into our Online Academy, please please fill in the application form below.

 

After-School Club Coordinator

Starting salary: The national minimum wage

Hours: Part-Time (25 hours per week)

Day to day duties:

Setting up and introducing the project in a positive and exciting manner.

Ensuring safeguarding policies are followed.

Briefly explaining the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) principles involved in the project (this information will be supplied on the session plan).

Demonstrating how to construct the project.

Listening and talking to individual children, helping and guiding them through the project.

Retaining a sense of humour in times of chaos.

Listening to parents and welcoming newcomers.

Technology and space requirements: PC/laptop with a camera, good broadband speed, and a quiet space to work.

 

Marketing Assistant (Social Media)

Starting salary: The national minimum wage

Hours: Part-Time (25 hours per week)

Day to day duties:

Lead social channels, pushing out institutional, advertising and student generated content.

Support the Digital Marketing Manager in the creation, delivery and measurement of Cambridge Online Academy’s social media strategy.

Ensure that Cambridge Online Academy’s social media supports the school’s strategic goals.

Work effectively to help devise, deliver and communicate the team’s strategic objectives.

Manage relationships with external agencies and freelancers (e.g. selection, briefing, evaluation and monitoring) when required.

Remain aware of latest trends and developments in online communications to be able to assess the relevance and importance for the academy’s social media strategy.

Support the team in monitoring the Academy’s brand and reputation online and particularly via social media.

Support with setting website measurement and analysis.

Work with agencies and experts to provide recommendations and execute strategies for content development in coordination with SEO goals.

Work as part of a project team ensuring the website complies with latest legislation and delivers an exceptional online experience.

Work with the Digital Marketing Manager to identify opportunities where additional creative web content is required, and brief creative and product marketing teams accordingly.

Liaising with Design Team on new email templates.

Technology and space requirements: PC/laptop with a camera, good broadband speed, and a quiet space to work.

 

Quality Control Coordinator

Starting salary: The national minimum wage

Hours: Part-Time (25 hours per week)

Day to day duties:

Creating and marking tests and assessments for students.

Coordinate examination and assessment processes.

Keeping Academy’s Library up to day, issuing and collecting books, keeping detailed records.

Scheduling and coordinating in-house staff training sessions.

Helping students with study troubles.

Issuing certificates and awards.

Inspecting live lessons to ensure quality specifications are met.

Collaborating with managers to develop and implement improvements.

Ensuring a culture of Health & Safety and Safeguarding compliance exists throughout the area of responsibility and all standards are followed.

Technology and space requirements: PC/laptop with a camera, good broadband speed, and a quiet space to work.

 

School Liaison Officer

Starting salary: The national minimum wage

Hours: Part-Time (25 hours per week)

Day to day duties:

Building and developing strong, ongoing professional relationships with education staff across secondary schools, career adviser networks and universities.

Using email, telephone, and social media to liaise with education staff.

Answering the phone and dealing with enquiries.

Technology and space requirements: PC/laptop with a camera, good broadband speed, and a quiet space to work.

 

Student Administrator

Starting salary: The national minimum wage

Hours: Part-Time (25 hours per week)

Day to day duties:

Provide administrative support to a team of tutors or teachers.

Manage the student life cycle from registration/admission to graduation/leaving.

Work with academic boards, governing bodies and task groups.

Assist with recruitment, public or alumni relations and marketing activities.

Deal with queries and complaints procedures.

Use information systems and prepare reports and statistics for both internal and external use

Purchase goods and equipment, and process invoices.

Communicate with partner institutions, other institutions, external agencies, government departments and prospective students.

Organise and facilitate a variety of educational or social activities.

Technology and space requirements: PC/laptop with a camera, good broadband speed, and a quiet space to work.

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