Due to an increase in our business and staff developments we now wish to appoint the following key personnel for our summer programs:
1. Academic Roles
Course Teacher/Coordinator (in Cambridge and/or Online)
We are currently recruiting for a variety of subjects – please see our full list of courses below:
|Academic Courses (weekday mornings)
||Short Taster Courses (some afternoons)
- Business Management & Economics
- Computer Science
- English Literature & Creative Writing
- English Language & Leadership
- SAT Preparation
- Journalism & Media
- Study Skills & Global Leadership
- Medicine & Life Sciences
- Physics & Astronomy
- Politics & International Relations
- Community Outreach
- Creative Writing
- Introduction to Architecture
- Introduction to Coding
- Introduction to Economics
- International Espionage
- Introduction to Filmmaking
- Introduction to Robotics
- Music Composition
- Philosophy & Ethics
- Pre-hospital & Emergency Medicine
- Young Leaders’ Workshop
For more information on our courses, please visit our webpage: www.reachcambridge.com/courses.
Cambridge Program Dates:
- 4th July – 17th July
- 18th July – 31st July
- 1st August – 14th August
Lessons normally take place weekday mornings (9am – 1pm).
HOW TO APPLY
For more details, and to start your application by submitting an online application form, please click here. Successful applicants will be invited for an online interview.
2. Non-Academic Roles
If you are interested in applying for a non-academic role, please email email@example.com to register your interest for any roles that may become available.
PLEASE NOTE: –
Reach Cambridge promotes the safeguarding of young people. Should applicants be successful, we will contact at least one referee and we will carry out an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
Reach Cambridge has a responsibility to ensure all of its employees have the right to live and work in the UK. All employees and contractors must have the right to live and work in the UK.