Make an impact. Be a leader. Grow our membership.
Join us as a Centre Lead or Assistant Manager.
Whether you’re a graduate, or looking for a career change, joining Explore Learning means you’ll be pivotal in delivering our award-winning service to families.
You’ll quickly get stuck into the nuts and bolts of running one of our tuition centres; day to day, you’ll lead and develop a team of superstar Tutors, nurture lots of budding fearless learners, and welcome new families into your ever growing membership.
Who we’re looking for
People with a passion for education
Are you up for the challenge? We are currently recruiting centre managers in:
- Greater London: Greenwich, Enfield, Watford, Finchley, Hampstead, Wood Green, Barking, Addiscombe, Canning Town & Woodford Green
- South England: Whiteley, Woking, Swindon, Southend, Redhill & Bournemouth
- Scotland: Aberdeen
- North West England: Chester & Bradford
Deliver outstanding service
This is the beating heart of our business. You’ll build strong relationships with the families that use Explore; whether in a parent’s meeting, or while tutoring your members.
Thanks to you, families will feel empowered and confident that their child is receiving the best education, each and every tuition session. You’ll become an expert at adapting to their needs; acting on the useful feedback parents give us, and tailoring their experience at every stage of their membership.
Our members see the value in our offering, resulting in long-term memberships with us. You’ll impact children’s learning everyday, not only in their core maths and English tuition, but in nurturing the skills and attitudes to develop fearless learners.
Lead an incredible team
We’re all in it together at Explore, and as one of our managers you’ll be training and developing a top class tutor team.
You’ll be instrumental in their development, growth, and delivery on the job; supporting them to build confident, fearless learners.
You will equip your team of maths and English tutors with the skills, tools and expertise to make each and every interaction with your members count, and your staff will love coming to work.
We’re looking for inspiring leaders to take ownership, embrace challenges and drive tuition centre growth, and as a manager at Explore, you will inspire your team to embrace the same vision.
Promote an award-winning brand
As an ambassador for Explore, you’ll be telling people about our service, building meaningful, trusted relationships with your local community.
You’ll promote Explore in a variety of different ways; visiting libraries and schools, using social media, and supporting promotional events in local venues. These brand building events will build your reputation, and attract new members to join.
Working towards your tuition centre growth target, you’ll be booking and holding trial sessions for potential new members; demonstrating the incredible service we provide and encouraging them to join. Alongside this, your current members will continue to receive a fantastic service, leading to membership growth.
Salary, locations and working hours
|Chose where you’d like to work from 100 tuition centres nationwide. To view our vacancies and see where you could start your career click here.|
|Our starting salary for assistant managers ranges between £23,000 – £26,000 based on previous experience, and our Centre Leads will earn between £28,000 – £29,000. We offer an additional London weighting of £3500.|
|Our tuition centres are open evenings and weekends to support our members – you’ll typically be working Tuesday to Saturday.|
What will you get out of the role?
You’ll develop a multitude of new skills – the scale of opportunities to develop and learn is broad, and we’ll give you plenty of room to grow.
Your time off is really time off – you’ll start with 28 days of holiday, which increases with length of service. Plus, you’ll get 2 additional days each year to use as wellbeing days, or volunteer days if you’d like to give back.
Your wellbeing is a priority – you’ll have access to discounted gym memberships, an Employee Assistance Program and Tastecard to make the most of your personal time
You’ll be rewarded – with staff referral bonuses, family membership discounts, railcard offers & pension
Step 1 – Submit your application
Tell us why you’d like to become an assistant manager with Explore Learning and attach your CV.
Step 2 – Complete a maths and English test
Demonstrate your current knowledge base in these core subjects, with questions up to GCSE level.
Step 3 – Take part in a video interview
Highlight your skills in your own words during a live or recorded video interview – pick a time which suits you to open your webcam and shine!
Step 4 – Meet us in person
Depending on the role you’ve applied for, we might schedule a final interview so you can show us why you’re right for the role.
Meet our Managers
Before joining Explore Learning and following my graduation, I spent almost 3 years in the entertainment industry working as an actor/singer. I was attracted to the variety of the Assistant Director role – it provides you with the opportunity to up-skill yourself in many different fields such as marketing and sales, business management and Education. No one day is the same and that is what keeps it interesting. I’m also get to work alongside a great team!
One of the most exciting elements of the role is having the chance to work alongside and inspire our young fearless learners who come to gain some extra help in their maths and English tuition. Not one child is the same and this is what makes it so engaging. You are constantly being challenged.
I began working at Explore Learning as a tutor in 2014, whilst I was studying Drama and Education Studies at University. I loved supporting each and every child with their work! After living in Asia for four years as a child and witnessing how education is so valued to those who have so little, I knew I wanted to ensure every child experiences the best education and I feel that is exactly what Explore Learning does.
Every day at Explore is different which keeps it exciting and unique as a job. I always wanted to work in the education sector and whilst being a tutor I was planning to become a teacher. Being a tutor made me realise how great Explore is, it offers a fun and educational experience for children in order for every child to reach their full potential. From understanding this my plans changed. As soon as I graduated I knew I wanted to apply for the Assistant Director position.
I feel that Explore Learning offers such a great service to both children and parents. The most rewarding part of the role is seeing children progress and be so happy and excited to tell you about their achievements. I find myself smiling every day at work! Following my success as an Assistant Director, I was promoted to become a Centre Director, and I can’t wait to see how my Explore Learning career progresses.