6 Entry-Level Remote Teaching and Tutoring Jobs, Hiring Now!

6 Entry-Level Remote Teaching and Tutoring Jobs, Hiring Now!

For a long time, teaching and tutoring was done in the classroom (or the library, the tutoring center, or any other physical location where teacher and student could meet). But today, more professionals in the education field are able to work from home.

In fact, Education and Training is the third-largest career category for remote jobs in 2018, behind only Medical and Health and Computer and IT.

The following teaching and tutoring jobs, actively hiring as of June 5, 2018, are all 100% remote jobs, meaning they can be done from home either anywhere in the U.S. or anywhere in the world (depending on the employer’s parameters). And they each have minimal or no experience requirements.

As you may expect, however, these remote teaching jobs often require certification or training, which is common for most education jobs, whether remote or onsite.

Check out these entry-level remote teaching and tutoring jobs for more details and to apply!

English Tutor at Landi English

Experiential and certification requirements:

  • A bachelor’s degree is required.
  • TEFL/CELTA or other teaching certificate preferred but not required.

Inbound Online English Teacher at YiYiEnglish

Experiential and certification requirements:

  • An interest in teaching or working with children.
  • Able to work in the morning or on weekends if U.S.-based.
  • High-speed internet connection.

Online English Teacher at Qkids

Experiential and certification requirements:

  • Have a bachelor’s degree or be currently enrolled in a university program.
  • Prior teaching experience or equivalent in education, tutoring, mentoring, homeschooling preferred.
  • English teaching certificates (TESOL, TEFL, CELTA, ESL) preferred.

Online English Tutor for Kids at VIPKid

Experiential and certification requirements:

  • At least a bachelor’s degree.
  • Experience with any kind of teaching (1+ years).
  • Teaching certificate, state certification, TESOL, TEFL, or ESL experience preferred but not required.

Online ESL Teacher at EF Education First

Experiential and certification requirements:

  • Native English speaker with a bachelor’s degree in any field.
  • TEFL certification preferred but can be earned on the job.
  • Experience in teaching, coaching, or mentoring is preferred but not required.

Revolution Math Tutor at Revolution Prep

Experiential and certification requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree preferred.
  • Previous experience working with and instructing elementary school students, preferably in mathematics.
  • Previous experience teaching from pre-made curriculum and lesson plans.

How to Land a Remote Teaching or Tutoring Job:

Some of the companies hiring have given us the inside scoop on landing a great remote teaching job with them! Check out their advice below, and the advice from over 130 more remote companies and teams on how to get hired in a remote position.

QKids says…

  • We conduct job interviews via our teaching platform, on WeChat (video interview), and sometimes Skype video calls.
  • Hiring remote workers can be very different than on-site, since the interviews happen off-site. We are using technology to overcome the shortage of not being able to meet in person. And as always, communication is the key.
  • We think successful remote working relationships include effective communication, understanding, and accommodation.

VIPKid says…

  • All teachers must be from the U.S. or Canada, have a bachelor’s degree, and have one year of teaching experience. Aside from that, we like to bring on teachers with lots of energy who love kids and enjoy the Total Physical Response (TPR) style of teaching.
  • We conduct job interviews through our own platform. Candidates schedule an interview and we send them a lesson plan and hours of videos to prepare. They go through a mock class with our Chinese interviewers, who assess how well they’ve prepared for the class and pass/fail them based on that.
  • Like Uber’s drivers, our teachers are contractors, so we sign a contract with them. It’s not hiring per se. Some teachers feel this works to their advantage, though, because it gives them more working flexibility. They truly are their own boss and this is like an entrepreneurial experience that they love.

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By brie | June 6, 2018 | Categories: Work Remotely


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