Our schools are broken. Teachers sacrifice real education for exam preparation, while students are left overworked and disappointed with their results.
At Up Learn we use AI and neuroscience to ensure every student can achieve an A*, regardless of their background. We’re on a mission to help every student fulfil their potential.
Last year, 100% of the students who completed our course in A Level Economics achieved A or A* grades, with some starting from grades as low as Ds and even Us.
We’ve now raised half a million pounds to create our next wave of A Level and GCSE courses, expanding our reach to 2 million new students every year.
We’re looking for the ambitious educators, to create exceptional educational content that will forge the future of your subject and the UK’s education system.
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As a Learning Executive, your work will be at the heart of Up Learn. In the first few months, you will:
Highly competitive remuneration: £40-55k + profit share + equity share options
If this sounds like its for you, we cant wait to hear from you!
Send us your CV and fill in our short application form.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us ahead of applying at email@example.com
Deadline: We are accepting applications for all subjects on a rolling basis. When all positions are filled, applications will be closed.
Inviting someone to join our core team is a big deal for us and we put a lot of time and effort into the process. If we figure out we’re not perfect for each other at any stage we’ll let you know as soon as possible. Here’s how it’ll look for the person joining us:
1. Send us your CV, along with a few words on why you’re exceptional, and complete our 250-word explanation challenge
2. We’ll invite you for a 30 minute conversation on Skype to learn more about you, your goals and experience
3. We’ll invite you to a trial day, where you’ll work together with our team to develop awesome educational content
If everyone’s happy, most importantly you, we’ll make you an offer to join our team.