Graduate Teacher/Assistant Teacher of Chemistry

 Use your time to transform the lives of young people

 The job

  • Teaching and assisting the teaching of Chemistry to A-level and GCSE students on Saturdays
  • Developing Chemistry teaching resources for an online programme
  • Involvement in offline and online promotion of revision courses – only for the right candidate.

The job is for only Saturdays  during term time for now as that is when most of the teaching aspect is done.


  • A bright young person who enjoys Chemistry and is brilliant at it
  • Someone who enjoys teaching teenagers
  • Someone who has an interest in education
  • A focused and well-organised individual who is good at meeting deadlines
  • Suits someone who is looking to explore teaching before deciding on a long-term career path


Either a recent graduate or a postgraduate of Chemistry with a top degree from one of the top universities in Britain. A brilliant undergraduate student from a top Russell Group University may be considered.

No experience is needed as training, guidance and support will be provided. The most important requirements for the position are the quality and the enthusiasm of the individual.

About us

Excel in Key Subjects is a provider of Saturday School and Intensive Revision Courses for A-level and GCSE students. Most of our courses are held in central London (Euston) and some at Greenwich, Croydon and other locations. We are looking for an exceptional graduate or postgraduate of Chemistry. Another aspect for which a suitable candidate may be considered for is in helping to promote our courses in various media.

Remuneration starts at between £12 to £14 per hour, but there is the possibility of an increase within a relatively short period.

To apply, please send your CV to [email protected], putting your name and the subject you teach in the email subject heading like in this example: “Jane_Bloggs_Chemistry_Graduate_Teacher”. Please note that all enquiries for this position are by e-mail. If you have any questions, please send an e-mail and request a call back.  In addition to sending your CV, also ring 020 3475 5251 (voicemail only) and follow the instructions.

Inspiring young people and their caring parents – rewarding in every way!