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Private Tutor (Home Tuition Jobs)

Posted By: Jannieya

Date: Tue, 30 May 2023

Remuneration: $162.00

Mobile: +65 90672547

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Tutor City is the leading home tuition agency in Singapore since 2010, helping more than 40,000 parents find their ideal home tutor. The key asset to our agency’s success is the large pool of Singapore home tutors for every subject and level, be it Primary, Secondary, Junior College, IB, IGCSE. As a home tuition agency with more than a decade of experience in selecting the right tutor with the right tuition rate, we are confident of delivering excellent results to every parent.

Are you looking for an extra income stream?

Be a part-time tutor and give tuition during your spare time to students in Singapore is a popular way to earn a side income.

We are now looking for qualified and dedicated Part time Tutors to join our tuition agency.


1. At least 1 year or more experience in teaching Primary, IGCSE, IB, Secondary and JC students.

2. Prepared students to sit for the PSLE, O/A level or IB and you are familiar with the syllabus.

3. If you teach online, then you need to know the relevant tools e.g. Zoom, webex, Google Meet.

4. Minimum age of 18 years old, possess at least A-levels or a Diploma/Degree in any field.

Subjects needed:

1. O level & A level – English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, E-maths, A-maths, Social Studies, Literature, Geography, History, POA, Chinese, Tamil, Malay, Hindi

2. A level - GP, Lang & Lit, Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Chinese, Economics, Accountancy (POA), Literature, Geography, History

3. IB & IGCSE – English, SL/HL Maths, SL/HL Physics, SL/HL Chemistry, SL/HL Biology, Chinese, French AB initio, SL/HL Economics, Geography, History, Theory of Knowledge, Business & Management.

4. Primary – English, Maths, Science, Chinese, Tamil, Malay, Hindi

Job scope:

1. Conduct lessons at a parent’s home or via online tuition.

2. Use assessment books, exampapers, youtube, or other online resources to guide your student.

The pay:

Private Tuition rates in Singapore are $20 to $50 per hour for primary level, $30 to $70 per hour for secondary level, and $40 to $120 per hour for JC or IB levels. Details on our website at

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Upon registration, we will send SMS notifications to update you on available assignments and you can apply to those you wish to take up.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Contract, Permanent

Salary: $25.00 - $120.00 per hour

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WhatsApp number: 90672547

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