Oxford Science Studies is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be subject to DBS checks, provide two referees and demonstrate a high level of understanding in the area of keeping children safe in education.

Oxford Science Studies are constantly on the lookout for good tutors in all subjects and welcome applications at any time of year. We also regularly add new members to our Entz team. These staff members supervise the students in the evenings, and may help out with office duties during the day too. 


We are continuously looking for new tutors to join our revision courses for students aged between 14 and 19. There are vacancies in all subjects that we offer. This role is for school holiday work, during Spring, Summer and Autumn half terms, Easter, Summer and Christmas/New Year holidays. The position is flexible so you do not have to work on every course. Tutors report to the Operations and Course Director.

Tutors are required to tutor small classes between one and six students, helping with their revision before their upcoming exams.  We cater for GCSE, IGCSE, IB and A Level. On the smaller courses we also help with other exams such as UKCAT, BMAT, entrance exams etc.

Depending on the course, the hours are approximately 9am – 5pm and include some weekends and bank holidays if you wish. You will need to hold a valid DBS certificate (formerly known as CRB check), which we can help to organise and finance. For more information and frequently asked questions see Tutoring and Wardening FAQ.

Please send your CV to Catherine Chau, Course and HR Administrator.

Entz Team 

Oxford Science Studies are looking for Entz team members to work on their educational courses, for students aged between 14 and 19. The Entz team is mainly responsible for the entertainment and safety of students after lessons and in the evening. They will help to ensure the evening entertainment is set up in a timely and well organised manner, in line with the course requirements. Staff will supervise students taking part in the activity, and are encouraged to participate themselves. They will also need to ensure students behave appropriately.

Depending on the specific task, team members may work on their own or in a group of up to approx. 8 staff and report to the Residential Programme Manager. Activities include bowling, cinema trips, dining out, sport, quizzes etc. Other jobs may include helping with the setting up and tidying up of courses, helping with student arrivals, booking activities and occasional day time tasks, such as helping at meal/break times.

This role is part time, with hours mainly being worked in the evenings (approx 6.45-10.45pm) of the Easter, Summer and Christmas school holidays. Team members do not have to be available for all times. You will need to hold a valid DBS certificate (formerly known as CRB check), which we can help to organise and finance. Entz team members will be self-employed and paid an hourly rate.

Full details of the role can be found here.

Please send your CV to Catherine Chau, Course and HR Administrator..

Entertainment programme 2013