All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Bright Young Things employees based on 19 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.4/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
3.7/5
 
Benefits:
3/5
 
Company Culture:
3.7/5
 
Career Progression:
3.3/5
 
Colleagues:
4.1/5
 
Training:
3.6/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.6/5
 

What makes you a great company to work for?: 

Bright Young Things is one of the fastest growing education firms in the UK. 

We’re building tuition centres in towns across the country which provide a highly focused learning environment for students across the age range to maximise their chances in academic exams.  

We start and finish with our staff and we go to great lengths to make them happy. It is a fun and happy place to work. You will get to engage with parents and pupils alike and see the progress they make.  

Everyone who works at Bright Young Things talk about the sheer satisfaction of making a difference to a child’s future. 

Graduates who work with Bright Young Things have responsibility almost immediately. There is a clear career path to management into Head Office making the experience you have at Bright Young Things an invaluable journey on your career. 


Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Director Job Title: Director of Growth and Development

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Bright Young Things Maidenhead Job Title: Assistant Director

What are the best and worst things about your job?

People interaction
Teaching
Training
Colleagues

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Management Job Title: Director of Operations

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility, our team, working with students.

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Management Job Title: Centre Director

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Agency Job Title: Accounts Executive

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: High Wycombe Job Title: Centre Director

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- great culture
- lovely colleagues and management
- regular contact with the CEO
- I have great input into how the company runs

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Management Job Title: Assistant Director of Maidenhead Centre

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The connection within the company is deep. I have met the founders and they are brilliant people devoted to the company. I am able to work in an environment I enjoy with good company that really do care.

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Management Job Title: Centre Director

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I get to work with amazing like-minded people.

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Agency Job Title: Tutor Manager

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Agency Job Title: Assistant Client Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The flexibility on offer is great, and the environment is fun. There is the capacity to develop the business, which I find very exciting. I get on with my colleagues and have strong relationships with our clients and tutors.

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector Department: Operations Job Title: Assistant Director of Operations

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great opportunity to develop new skills.

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The unique company culture and small team.

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Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector, Education Management Department: International Placements Job Title: Director of Placements

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector, Education Management Department: London Placements Job Title: Administrator

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector, Training Provision Job Title: Placement Manager

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector, Teaching Department: Rochester Job Title: Teacher

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector, Education Management Department: Tuition Job Title: Client-Tutor Liaison Assistant

Industry: Charity, Education & Public Sector, Training Provision


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Bright Young Things

Average start time: 10:30

Average end time: 18:00

Average number of working hours: 7.5

Based on 19 reviews


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Application Advice:

Be passionate

Interview Advice:

Be enthusiastic

Assistant Director, Bright Young Things Maidenhead at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Show off your personality and tell us about your goals in order to stand out!

Interview Advice:

Do some research into the company and into the education sector.

Director of Operations, Management at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Research the company and arrange to come into one of the centres prior to applying.

Interview Advice:

Relax! Senior management are interested in you as an individual. Most enjoyable interview experience.

Centre Director, High Wycombe at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Be you and be passionate about teaching! Make sure you have relevant experience and be prepared for a phone call. Sell your passion with your voice and your body language.

Interview Advice:

Be you and be confident about it. The company loves enthusiastic, passionate and capable tutors!

Assistant Director of Maidenhead Centre, Management at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Be very clear about your successes and ensure that they are relevant to the job you have applied for.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Centre Director, Management at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Send in a detailed CV and a convincing cover letter. Call and speak to the team.

Interview Advice:

Have an engaging manner and ask questions.

Assistant Client Manager, Agency at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Have an interest in education and prove that you can be self-led.

Interview Advice:

Gain insight into what the company does.

Assistant Director of Operations, Operations at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Show your personality and capability through confidence.

Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Thoroughly research the company and think of what it is that attracts you to working there. Think more widely about the tutoring, educational management climate and where might Bright Young Things might fit with regards to recent and coming developments.

In a small team such as ours personality and chemistry is crucial. We are always looking for energetic, driven and fun people and want that to come across in the interview.

Director of Placements, International Placements at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Be very personable.
Show your organisational skills.
Talk through previous work experience and elaborate on relevant experience.

Interview Advice:

Why did you leave your previous role?
Which three words best explain your personality?
Where have you previously worked?
What made you apply to work here?

Administrator, London Placements at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Show ability to think and act quickly.You need to prove that you will be reliable and willing to treat this business as your own.Obviously good academic qualifications are essential.

Interview Advice:

Provide an excellent cv, arrive on time , ask questions and generally be enthusiastic.

Teacher, Rochester at Bright Young Things
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to think outside the box and use your imagination.

Interview Advice:

Appear personable and friendly.

Client-Tutor Liaison Assistant, Tuition at Bright Young Things
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Best:

Culture
Opportunities
Friendly environment

Assistant Director, Bright Young Things Maidenhead at Bright Young Things
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Best:

Growth, opportunities for progression, lack of bureaucracy

Director of Operations, Management at Bright Young Things
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Best:

- make a difference in children's lives
- work closely with the community and schools
- family feel

Worst:

none :)

Centre Director, High Wycombe at Bright Young Things
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Best:

See previous question

Worst:

See previous question

Assistant Director of Maidenhead Centre, Management at Bright Young Things
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Best:

I love the working environment.
The people are so friendly and accommodating

Worst:

n/a

Centre Director, Management at Bright Young Things
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Best:

Its innovation and the fact I've been able to run my own projects alongside the day to day business.

Worst:

There are not enough members of staff to ensure our growing business is always catered for.

Assistant Client Manager, Agency at Bright Young Things
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Best:

Company culture, good working relationships with management and team, new and dynamic company.

Bright Young Things
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