French Teacher/Tutor

Oxford Learning Richmond Hill South
Richmond Hill, Ontario

Employment Type: Part Time

French Teacher/Tutor Wanted

Eager to help students turn “Je ne sais pas” into “Oh la la”? Motivated to help support children’s French education outside of the classroom? 

Gain valuable teaching experience!

Are you a friendly, reliable, and enthusiastic French speaker? Join the team at Oxford Learning Richmond Hill South as a part-time French teacher/tutor/coach. Ignite your passion for helping students succeed – en français! 

We teach students HOW to learn French. We help students improve their academic and study skills in a small group setting. We have a lot of fun! Our class sizes are small with a maximum of three students per teacher. We provide all of the curriculum and lessons. Teachers do not need to lesson plan. Our teachers explain and guide students through the provided material and help students talk about their understanding. 

Position Requirements

All Teacher-Tutors at Oxford Learning work during after-school and evening hours (4:00pm - 8:00pm) as well as some Saturdays (9:00am - 2:00pm). A full year commitment is preferred. Continuing through the summer is even better. Your students will love working with you, and being reliable is a must. Candidates must possess a strong background in spoken and written French and English and be comfortable teaching up to a Grade 9 level, but up to Grade 12 is preferred. The candidate is required to instruct class sessions in French.

This role is in-person. You must be able to commute to this location. This is not an online position. Vulnerable sector screening is mandatory.

We encourage you to apply if you have the majority of the following requirements:


  • Bachelor’s degree or similar certification in a relevant field
  • Fourth year university students with extensive tutoring experience will be considered
  • Teaching certification an asset
  • Good knowledge of the current Grades 9-12 French core curriculum


  • Some experience teaching/tutoring French at a Grade 9 to 12 (or equivalent) level
  • Strong English written and oral communication skills
  • Strong French skills and ability to guide students’ understanding
  • Ability to multitask and balance working with up to three students at a time

Responsibilities (Position Details)

You will work directly with students as an Interactive Coach with the following responsibilities:

  • Teaching up to 3 students at a time at different levels
  • Teaching online and in-person
  • Following the Oxford Learning methodologies and philosophies
  • Filling in post-lesson notes
  • Completing daily student communication updates
  • Maintaining a friendly and professional manner at all times

Smiles, High-Fives & Happy Students

In this position, you will play a key role in helping students develop their self-confidence and self-esteem. The rewards of helping children overcome academic hurdles and realize their inner potential can be very fulfilling. You will be rewarded with smiling faces and high-fives during every shift. Other rewards of the role include:

  • fun staff events
  • ongoing training opportunities
  • frequent check-ins and feedback
  • company growth opportunities
  • hands-on development of your teaching skills

Job Type: Part-time

Salary Range: $17 / hour 


  • Evenings
  • Monday to Friday
  • Saturday availability

About Oxford Learning

Oxford Learning is a Canadian supplemental education provider helping students get better grades since 1984. Offering a full range of programs for students of all ages and abilities, Oxford Learning uses the science of cognitive learning to help all students develop stronger learning skills they can rely on for life!

Are you the superstar teacher-tutor we have been searching for? Apply now!

Oxford Learning Richmond Hill South

9011 Leslie Street, Suite 201, Richmond Hill, ON

Tel: (647) 492-6957

We thank all applicants for their interest in joining the team at Oxford Learning Richmond Hill South. However, only those selected for the interview process will be contacted.

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