Join Our Team

Tutors Needed – Albany and Perth

ACES (Inc.) is a not-for-profit organisation working with students with learning disorders seeking retired, pre-service teachers or other professionals to join our dedicated team.

  • Casual, seasonal employment
  • Specialist training provided
  • Collaborative work environment
  • Literacy/English and numeracy/maths focus
  • Specialist secondary subjects

Contact us today and register your interest!

Testimonials

  • I can see the massive improvements my daughter is making and the change quality tutoring has made to her confidence levels. She walks out of both tutoring sessions, English and Science, filled with deeper understanding of the topic taught and belief in herself. She is working hard to put all that she has learnt into her school work. We can’t believe the difference it has made and are truly thankful for the help and support she receives form her fantastic tutors.

    - Parent of Year 11 student, August 2019

  • I just wanted to share some good news. We sought tutoring for our daughter as she attained 36% in the standardised maths test at the end of last year. They completed a similar test in the first week of school this year and she earned 71%. Thanks for all your help it has obviously worked miracles.

    - Parent of Year 5 student, 2019

  • We have seen the benefits over the last few years and have witnessed great improvement in our son's English and Maths. I would hate to think where he would be, if we had never had him at ACES. It is hard to believe that he has been coming to ACES for almost 4 years now. His tutor has the patience of a saint, and the great rapport between her and our son has, I am sure, been a major factor helping in his engagement. All the tutors have worked really well with him and we would just like to take this moment to thank you for your outstanding service.

    - Parents of a Yr 9 student moving overseas

  • My son continues to enjoy attending ACES. In his own words 'people there smile a lot'. I loved this.

    - Parent of Year 3 student, July 2019