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Working with Greene's

Greene’s aims to foster a productive, healthy, and safe working environment. We feel that our tutors are just as much a part of our community as our students, and, like our students, we want to make them feel comfortable, content, and confident both in the classroom and outside of it.

We encourage our tutors, many of whom are at different stages of their academic careers, whether they are finalising their Ph.D. dissertations or require work that is a little more flexible, to connect as a community, sharing knowledge, advice, and support with each other. When one of us succeeds, all of us benefit.

Why tutor for us?

  • Remuneration: we offer a competitive pay rate for Oxford, which increases in line with experience and qualification;
  • Professional development: Greene’s provides monthly professional development sessions led by subject specialists. Upcoming sessions include:
    1. Tutoring students with ASD, ADHD and SEMH;
    2. How to mark like an examiner;
    3. How to help students with examination anxiety.
  • Tutor forum: our online tutor forum allows tutors to seek guidance from their peers and share resources and tools;
  • Administrative support: many time-consuming administrative tasks expected of agency tutors, such as timetabling and parental liaison, are handled centrally by Greene’s;
  • Hybrid tuition: our tutors may use Greene’s facilities throughout the week and are encouraged to use the college as their working ‘hub’.
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Upcoming tutor training sessions

Our upcoming free tutor training sessions are divided by subject groups:

  • CREATIVE ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Tuesday 18/10 at 2 pm (UK time), led by Grant Connor, Academic Director;
  • MATHEMATICS: Tuesday 18/10 at 3 pm (UK time), led by Lamine Djellali, tutor in Mathematics;
  • SCIENCE: Tuesday 18/10 at 4 pm (UK time), led by Rowena Fletcher Wood, Academic Manager (Sciences).

To register your interest in one of the above sessions, please click here to notify the Head of Tutors.


Benjamin, Greene's tutor

The thing I absolutely love about Greene’s is that you get to have in-depth discussions with students about challenging concepts and you get to see them really grow and learn.

Our GREENE’S community

At Greene’s, we actively encourage our tutors to get involved and stay up-to-date with the latest developments at Greene’s. If interested, tutors can sign up to receive monthly newsletters written by our Head of Tutors, which includes reminders of key academic and examination dates and also invitations to tutor training sessions, monthly afternoon teas, and plenty of other exciting social events.

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How to apply

Please apply, using our online application form, which you can access by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.

If you have any questions about any part of the form, or for more information about tutoring for Greene’s, please contact us using the form at the bottom of this page.

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Acceptance as a tutor at Greene’s requires you to complete our application process, enabling us to maintain the quality, integrity and professionalism of our tutor register. Greene’s works with both the NSPCC and the Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board, to ensure that its recruitment process is fully ‘Safer Recruitment’ compliant, and all successful applicants will be required to undergo child protection checks.

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The application process

Fill out the short online application form, which you can access by following the link at the bottom of the page. Successful completion of this form requires you to agree to Greene’s conditions of engagement for tutors. Please note: we are unable to accept applications not made through our online application form, however you do have the option to upload your C.V. as part of your application should you wish.

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