Reach Cambridge (est. 2004) specialises in offering a range of residential summer academic programs in Cambridge and online courses for international teenagers aged 14 to 18 years old. We are most proud of the fact that many of our students come from personal referrals through family, friends, schools or agents, and many of our seasonal staff remain involved and connected to Reach in a variety of ways and return year on year.
Our mission is to enable students to prepare for the future by offering the international experience of a lifetime within a fun, nurturing and academically enriching community and we work with an incredible team of people within and outside of the organisation in order to achieve that goal.
We are a small, supportive and collaborative year-round team who are committed to helping young people prepare for the future through our programs and courses. We provide empowering opportunities to staff and are focussed on helping individuals grow and develop into their role.
Due to an increase in our business and staff developments we now wish to appoint key personnel for both our (1) year-round team and (2) our seasonal summer schools.
(1) Recruitment – Permanent Staff
The organisation has entered an exciting new chapter in its journey and we’re looking for the right person to join our small and supportive year-round team as Business Operations Coordinator to help us develop key areas of the organisation.
Business Operations Coordinator
As Business Operations Coordinator, you will be heavily involved in a wide range of important operational duties within the organisation and have a direct impact on the direction and continued success of the organisation. The role offers the right candidate a unique opportunity to learn and grow in a variety of areas, and make an active and direct difference to the organisation and, in turn, to the many wonderful students who join our programmes.
You will be accountable for the implementation and execution of efficient and effective operational procedures and policies. These include organisation-wide weekly, monthly and annual operational functions, the effective management of external providers, overseeing key staff procedures, supporting the core leadership team; and overseeing and implementing logistics for our summer programs.
(2) Seasonal Recruitment – Summer 2023
Course Teachers & Non-academic Summer Program staff
We are seeking positive, motivated and brilliant staff to join us in a variety of roles for our Cambridge academic programs in summer 2023.
Cambridge 2023 Program Dates:
- Sunday 2nd July – Saturday 15th July 2023
- Sunday 16th July – Saturday 29th July 2023
- Sunday 23rd July – Saturday 5th August 2023
- Sunday 30th July – Saturday 12th August 2023
Summer Program Staff (non-academic)
Click on an individual job link to find out more and apply:
Summer Course Teachers
We are currently recruiting for a variety of subjects (in Cambridge and/or Online) – 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
- Liberal Arts
- SAT Preparation
- Journalism & Media
- Global Leadership
- Medicine & Life Sciences
- Physics & Astronomy
- Politics & International Relations
- Social & Political Sciences
- Community Outreach
- Creative Writing
- History & Politics
- Introduction to Architecture
- Introduction to Coding
- Introduction to Economics
- Introduction to Psychology
- Introduction to Robotics
- Music Composition
- Philosophy & Ethics
- Pre-hospital & Emergency Medicine
- Young Leaders’ Workshop
- Study Skills
For more information on our academic courses, please visit our webpage: www.reachcambridge.com/courses. Academic courses normally take place weekday mornings (9am – 1pm).
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.