Tutor Applications

Discover how the tutor application process works within TutorCruncher

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Written by Sam Linge
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How does the Tutor Application Process work in TutorCruncher

How can a Tutor apply to my company?

Tutors can apply to work for your company via your company-specific login page. Your company login URL will look something like secure.tutorcruncher.com/YOUR-URL-BIT/. Your URL bit can be set at System > Settings > Company Details > Agency Details. They will be prompted to fill out their contact information, teaching skills and upload a CV. New tutor applications will appear in your Pending Tutors tab.

What information can Tutors who are not yet approved see?

Tutors who are not approved can view only the information relevant to them. This means they can fill in their own profiles, including inputting teaching skills and qualifications, uploading a CV and filling in the custom fields you created. They will not be able to apply to jobs or be assigned to any jobs.

How do I invite a Tutor for an interview?

You can invite a 'Pending' tutor for an interview by going to their profile and clicking the 'Invite for Interview' button. Then write a message to send to the tutor and click 'Send Message'. An email will be sent to your tutor, as long as there is an email address on their profile. If a tutor's status is not 'Pending' then the 'Invite for Interview' button will not be shown. You can customise the email template by navigating to System > Settings > Communication Settings > Email Definitions. Then go to the edit page by clicking the plus icon on 'Interview Invitation to Tutor'.

How do I upload a CV?

A CV can be uploaded onto a tutor's profile either by an admin or the tutor. Go to the tutor's profile (or dashboard if you are a tutor) and click on the upload icon on the CVs panel. Choose the file you wish to upload from your computer, then click 'Submit'. The file must be a PDF, Office Document or Text File, else it will not upload.

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