We’re looking for GCSE teachers to help us create our content.

We need subject specialists for the four following stages of publishing:

Breakdown

You’ll break down the exam board specifications into Pods. You’ll produce a spreadsheet that lists what specifications should be met in each video, in order to fully cover each topic.

Writing

You’ll write the scripts that make our Pods. Using a breakdown as your guide, you’ll write content to fully cover your chosen subject.

Checking

When our Pods are fully built, they need a specialist pair of eyes to watch them.You’ll check for accuracy and quality control, digitally reporting back any issues.

Mapping

Sometimes, exam board specifications update – but we don’t need to bin all of our content because of that. You’ll look at our existing content and map it to the latest specification, highlighting any gaps in coverage we may have so that we can fill them.

We’re currently hiring for the following subjects…

English Language and Literature

English Language and Literature (Eduqas, OCR, Edexcel), English Language iGCSE First Language (CIE), English Language iGCSE (Edexcel)

Britishness & Citizenship

This is a brand new topic for GCSEPod

Functional Skills

Maths

History

Northern Ireland, USA, Russia

Religious Studies

Catholicism

iMedia

This is a brand new topic for GCSEPod

Are you interested?

Email Jess Green at writers@gcsepod.com to register your interest. Tell us a little about yourself as well as the subject and topics you’re interested in.

FAQ

Will I get paid for my work?

Of course! All of the work commissioned and delivered is paid.

Is this a full-time job?

Supporting GCSEPod with breakdowns, writing, checking or mapping is considered freelance work. Many teachers work with us flexibly throughout the year.

Authors feel proud of the fact that their work supports other teachers – as well as providing a supplementary income.

Do I have to be a teacher to apply?

To work with us at any stage, you’ll need to be a teacher, examiner or have had a reasonable amount of teaching experience in the past. You’ll need to be fully up-to-date with current specifications and teaching trends.