Careers at The EBP

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The EBP is an award-winning social enterprise with a mission to develop the skills of young people in the East Midlands and beyond. With our team we help the next generation develop the skills that employers are looking for ready to take the next step in their journey.


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£20 per hour

£20 per hour

Ad hoc, Temporary, Part time, Flexible hours – from November 2020


Job Description

A pool of Primary and Secondary tutors are needed to provide flexible tuition (face to face or online) in small groups to schools in Lincoln.

We are looking for tutors to work with small groups of pupils in our mainstream primary and secondary schools in Lincoln. The aim will be to provide extra support to those pupils who need additional help with their schoolwork to raise their academic achievement specifically in English, Maths and Science and humanity subjects.

You will work closely with the allocated schools to provide individualised learning opportunities that are engaging and raise academic achievement. You may be required to work face to face, online/ remote or through a blended approach depending on the needs of the allocated schools.


What you will need

  • A teaching qualification (PGCE, QTS)
  • Experience of working with small groups of pupils/tutoring experience
  • Technology to allow you to deliver tuition remotely (if required)
  • A calm and patient personality
  • Due to the need we will also be looking for NQT’s who are comfortable and confident enough to tutor.


Although self-employed, you will need to complete all necessary vetting checks including proof of identity, a DBS and producing two recent references.  You will also need to show evidence of your teaching qualification for this role.

If you believe you are the perfect tutor for this role, please send your CV to

The EBP are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.  We offer all our tutors FREE child protection and prevent duty training.  All our tutors must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.  Full assistance is provided.

Selection Process

Initial CV review, please send your CV to us at

If shortlisted, completion of an application form – Download here

20-minute virtual interview followed by a 10-minute short presentation




We know that a job is not just about the money. It’s about learning new skills, developing yourself and pushing your comfort zones. This is why we invest in career development.

We understand that our people operate best when they are well rested and are able to enjoy downtime away from work.

As well as paying market rate salaries, we offer some fantastic financial benefits.

A healthy work/life balance is important, but we recognise that you will spend a large proportion of your waking hours at work. This is why we look after you when you are with us.

We believe it’s the little things that help make The EBP a great place to work.


At The EBP children and young people are at the heart of everything we do, therefore our top priority is the protection and safeguarding of children and young people. The EBP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff, partners and volunteers to share this commitment.

We ensure staff are recruited under our robust safer recruitment processes, which includes checking references and enhanced DBS checks where applicable. All staff and volunteers are required to complete mandatory safeguarding training regardless of whether they work with children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We have a suite of safeguarding procedures, policies and guidance for all of our managers, staff and volunteers to ensure we actively promote children and young people’s welfare and safety in all activities.

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