We Are The Brain Domain
Looking for a rewarding tutoring job in the Greater Houston Area? You’ve come to the right place!
Tutors at The Brain Domain are all about the student, and we’re looking for more tutoring experts to join our team!
We are constantly receiving requests for tutoring in various courses. Therefore, we are able to supply our tutors with a steady flow of new clients. At The Brain Domain headquarters, the marketing and sales are up to us. We want you to focus on keeping your clients happy.
Our tutors travel to and from their clients’ homes. Because The Brain Domain does not have a tutoring center to be staffed, we enable tutors to set their own schedules with their clients. This also empowers tutors to have greater flexibility in their work options, all while still receiving strong support from The Brain Domain headquarters.
Benefits of The Brain Domain
- Set your own hours
- Competitive compensation
- Pre-screened clients to ensure teaching/learning productivity
- Non-exclusive contract
- No marketing or sales – we find the clients for you!
- Continuous support from headquarters
- 2+ to 5 years of experience
- College degree
- Demonstrated excellent academic performance
- Eagerness to customize teaching style for each student’s individual needs
- Reliable transportation required
Tutors must be college graduates with at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA (3.6 and over strongly preferred). We occasionally consider tutors who are still enrolled in college, but only do so if the tutor scored in the top 5% on their desired test(s) and have a high cumulative GPA. Major bonus points if you are Neuhaus-trained!
Tutors must also commit to staying with the company until June 15 of the following year. We require this so students don’t build a relationship with a tutor only for the tutor to leave a few weeks or months later.
Tutors must live in central Houston and be able to pass a thorough background check.
Tutors must be comfortable with pets (many of our clients have cats and dogs) and be able to tutor during the afternoons and evenings on weekdays, and preferably be available on weekends.
Tutors who have more availability, are able to tutor multiple tests and subjects, and who have an outgoing disposition are more likely to be matched with students.