Customer Support Executive

London, England, United Kingdom · Customer team


In order to deliver one-to-one maths tutoring, we have a platform that allows children in the UK to connect with our tutors across the world. Your main role is to ensure the smooth experience of our school customers. You’ll achieve this by responding to general queries from customers, specialising in queries regarding booking, credits and session times and coordinating booking across the organisation. You will keep a close eye on experience indicators, monitoring and planning and implementing initiatives to improve them. Further to this, you will provide account-management like support to schools who are having a consistently sub-optimal experience with us, and assist in the identification of schools whose issues need to be escalated to the Customer Support Manager as ‘Target’ schools. In addition there will be the opportunity to get involved with other projects, such as improving user experience, and providing feedback to other teams.

Responsibilities and tasks include:

You will also be involved in ad hoc tasks and projects which come up within the team where needed, such as


We’re looking for someone who genuinely enjoys providing support and ensuring our customers have a delightful experience with us.

If you were to joins us, then these are our behaviours & ways of working


Our people like challenges, and ours is a big one. We need you to adopt a can-do attitude, to adapt to whatever is thrown at you, to work with urgency in pursuing our mission.


We’re motivated by delivering impact at huge scale, by realising real social change. Commit your energy to making a difference, to transforming lives around the world.


No one is born with all the answers, so ask questions and let your curiosity take you one step further.

Innovation only comes from a desire to understand, solve and be better.


Own your work, both the successes and failures. We have no time for blame, politics, or ego. Raise your voice and then make space for others to raise theirs, reinforcing a culture that supports and learns from mistakes.




£23,000 - £24,000 annual salary (dependent on experience)

Healthcare and pension plan

25 days holiday

Initial training and proactive ongoing support throughout the role

Work with a fun and ambitious team, passionate about building a tech start-up and having a social impact on the world

Opportunity to grow your career in one of the fastest growing EdTech businesses in London

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