Qualification Tutor (REF-099)

Sport 4 Life UK is here to help young people (aged 11-29) move into sustained education, training and work. We believe in giving young people the opportunity to create a better future for themselves.

We are looking for a number of enthusiastic Qualification Tutors to deliver accredited qualifications to young people aged 11-29 across the Midlands. So, if you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of young people, motivated by working directly with hard-to-reach young people and inspired by delivering teaching in both groups and one to one environments then this is the opportunity you have been waiting for.

Learn more about our mission and values.

Job summary

Hourly rate
£25 per hour (inclusive of holiday uplift)

Contract type
Zero Hours – Hours dependant on course delivery, demand, learner availability

Number of vacancies
Between 5-10


Dependant upon course:  West Midlands or Home Based

Start Date

Job description

The Qualifications Tutors will deliver accredited qualifications through an online platform and face-to-face in classroom and community environments across the Midlands.

The Qualification Tutors will use their experience to maintain and develop relationships with learners, setting learner targets and completing check-ins where appropriate. Adequate time will be allowed for marking and administrative duties related to the role. Our Qualification Tutors will be organised, efficient and able to adapt their teaching methods to suit the needs of the learner.

Essential criteria:

  • Teaching/tutoring qualification (Level 3)
  • 1 year+ experience of working with young people 11-29
  • Genuine interest in the charity sector and/or the youth education sector
  • Experience of tutoring/teaching young people in both formal & non-formal learning environments
  • Experience of tutoring/ teaching via online learning platforms and face-to-face


We recognise the importance of diversity within our teams and are fully committed to embracing and maximising talents. This includes those with disabilities, autistic people and those with dyslexia, ADHD and other forms of neurocognitive variation. See also our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Statement. We will always seek to make appropriate adjustments, where possible, to recruitment, workplaces and work processes to be fully inclusive to people with different needs and working styles. If you need us to make any reasonable adjustments for you from application onwards, please contact us.

How to apply

To apply for this position you need to complete the online application form below. You will also need to upload the following documents:

  1. Your CV
  2. Your cover letter stating why you believe you are the right person for the job and how you meet the job and person specification (please limit this to one side of A4)