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Academic Tutors - Artificial Intelligence - Cambridge/Oxford

Equal Education Partners
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Closing date
4 Jul 2024

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Unleash Your Passion for Teaching at the Prestigious 2024 Summer School Programme in Cambridge/Oxford!

Equal Education Partners is recruiting Academic Tutors of Artificial Intelligence who are ready to inspire and educate the leaders of tomorrow. Our partner client's esteemed Summer School 2024 Programme in Cambridge/Oxford is the perfect platform for you to make a difference.

As an Academic Tutor, you will have the opportunity to guide small groups of eager learners (average group size of 7), aged between 13-18. Your mission? To plan and deliver lessons that not only meet the programme's learning outcomes but also create unforgettable experiences for these young minds.

The 2024 summer schools run in two-week sessions from 1st July 2024 to 17th August 2024. The sessions available are:
  • 1st July - 12th July - Oxford
  • 8th July - 19th July - Cambridge
  • 15th July - 26th July - Oxford

Each session is paid at a minimum hourly rate of £65, with accommodation subsidy available should it be required.

Your Responsibilities:
  • Design and deliver a two-week course in your subject, filled with engaging, challenging, and interactive lessons for 4 hours each day, Monday to Friday.
  • Provide a comprehensive course overview in advance of the programme, including any resource requirements and full lesson plans if requested by the academic team.
  • Supply any preparatory tasks or materials to your participants that you deem necessary and beneficial in advance of the programme.
  • Maintain accurate records of student attendance throughout the programme.
  • Provide detailed, productive written feedback and suggestions for further development for each student after the programme.
  • Create a personal project outline for each student to complete during lesson time and provide 1:1 support to enable successful completion of this project.

Join us and help shape the future one student at a time!


Essential Experience:
  • Proven experience in tutoring and/or supervising undergraduate students.
  • Familiarity with the Oxbridge style of intimate, small group learning and discussion.
  • Capability to teach a diverse range of topics within your subject area.
  • Current PhD candidate or above at Oxford or Cambridge University, or a similarly esteemed institution.

Desirable Experience:
  • Hands-on experience with residential summer schools or summer camps.
  • Experience in teaching students aged 13-18.
  • Proficiency in teaching non-native students.

Personal Attributes:
  • A burning passion for teaching and the ability to transmit your enthusiasm for a subject.
  • The knack for creating a positive, safe environment where students of all backgrounds and abilities can flourish.
  • Organised, efficient, and flexible, with the ability to thrive in a bustling, fast-paced summer school environment.
  • A blend of adaptability, integrity, enthusiasm, a sense of humour, and patience.
  • A pleasant and personable manner coupled with a professional demeanour.
  • Flexibility in lesson content, adapting to the abilities and interests of individuals in the class.
  • Awareness of student well-being and the unique challenges a summer school may present.
  • Self-motivated to achieve the highest standards.

  • Reputable and forward-thinking academic provider with over 10 years of experience
  • Ambitious and talented participant cohort from all over the world
  • Cultural exchange and networking opportunities
  • Dedicated team and support from Head Office
  • In-depth pre-arrival training and onboarding provided
  • DBS Check Fee covered as part of the onboarding process
  • First Aid and Mental Health Awareness Training Provided

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