Master Maths has over 150 centres across South Africa and tutors over 14,500 learners in Mathematics and Physical Science. We are always looking for enthusiastic tutors to hire.

UNISA students are some of the best tutors that we hire, as they are dedicated to their work, and are able to work a full week day. Most of our centres operate between 10am and 6pm during the week, so our tutors need to be able to be at the centre during those time. Luckily, with UNISA, your time is more flexible than other students.

Most jobs require you to have working experience. Becaue they want to already have experience, it can be difficult to find a company that you can get this experience with. Working as a Master Maths tutor provides you with the opportunity to gain experience to get a head start in the working world.

Working for Master Maths is not only an opportunity as a job while you are studying. Many of our tutors have gone on to become the manager of a centre, or even owning their own centre. There are many options that are open to you if you decide to join the Master Maths team.

All of our tutors need to have a good understanding of Mathematics and Physical Science, so we require that your Grade 12 marks for these subjects were over 70%. The learners in our centres converse with us in English and Afrikaans, so you will need to be able to speak and understand both these languages fluently.

Some other points that are important if you would like to apply:

  • You need to have a valid South African passport or Working Visa.
  • You need to be career orientated.
  • You should be motivated by success in your job.
  • You need to be a people’s person and be sure that you will enjoy tutoring.
  • You need to be able to interact successfully with young children.
  • You need to have your own transport.
  • Previous Mathematics and/or Physical Science tutoring will be to your advantage.

If you think that this is something you would like to do, fill out the form below. Remember to tell us which area you would like to work in!

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