City Lit
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City Lit Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    2005
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    £5m to £25m
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Welsh Tutors (Talent Bank)

London

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Irish Tutors (Talent bank)

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Part-time
0.6 Tutor coordinator for basketry, fashion, textiles and mosaics

London

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5 days ago

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History, Politics, and Economics Tutors

London

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6 days ago

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Tutor
£35.73 per hour
Counsel
£35.78 per hour
Teacher
£35.69 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 7 reviews and is evolving.

5.0020183.0020194.252020

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Reviews

Spanish Tutor in Euston, Greater London
on 16 July 2020
Working at City Lit
It is a privilege to be part of this community. I have been working with them for 10 months and it is a big family where everybody take care of each other. They have great tutor development courses and also an extraordinary support for your lessons. Its intercultural, tolerant and open minded environment is real and amazing. Maybe that's why students from all over the world come and enjoy lessons at City Lit.
Tutor (Part-time) in London, Greater London
on 12 August 2020
Work place culture
From the start of the job I felt the expectations of me as a new member of staff were unrealistic. I felt very isolated in position of tutor. It was a very lonely place to work. Was made to feel undermined by my line manager. It was very student lead, I received covert racism from students. Which was never really dealt with my line manager.
Teacher, Greek, Latin, Classics in London
on 22 March 2020
Good Organisation
It lets me teach Greek, Latin and Classics, which are subjects I love. This aside, it has a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. I look forward to returning to face-to-face teaching there jsut as soon as the present emergency is over.
Manager in Covent Garden, Greater London
on 17 January 2020
Supportive and inspiring
Great to work somewhere where the purpose is simply to support students to achieve all their goals and puts them at the heart of what we all are expected to do.
Enrolment Associate in Holborn, Greater London
on 29 November 2019
bittersweet experience
Even though the job is not the most tiring and it is fulfilling helping adults with their education, students are very demanding and the conditions of work have deteriorated (we were moved to a crammed overpacked office) I enjoyed working here until recently, but I am at my limits.
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