Our 4 Stage Interview Process

Are you a self starter? Do you have excellent communication and interpersonal skills? Do you thrive in a collaborative environment? Master Principles of Accounts is actively recruiting part time POA tutors with a passion to teach accounting subjects in our faculty.

3 Stage Interview

An Accounting Educator We’ll Love

All of our selected POA tutors start part-time with 1:1 tuition before moving on teaching in groups.

You engage and equip accounting students and are motivated by the desire to see them succeed.

You see accounting education as a platform to inspire and educate the next generation of business leaders, family CFOs and citizens appreciating world/economic affairs.

You are willing to master our comprehensive and unique curriculum and lesson structures and not afraid of calibrating your approach to learner’s needs – including learning the use of multi-media and edutech tools to support learner’s journey

You build confidence in students and parents by providing effective and honest communications.

You are a team player and you work well with other colleagues, contributing and participating in our staff bi-monthly meetings and online accounting community

You advance and maintain your own professional development as an accounting professional/educator, on top of our in-house curriculum and edutech training for accounting educators.

You lead by example and are passionate about Master Principles of Accounts brand. All Master POA tutors, including the founder, undergo yearly curriculum testing under exam conditions.

Fun Accounting Classes
Student-centric + engaging lessons. Doing well is a by-product


Master POA Teaching Team
Our team of Master POA trainers are scholars, practitioners with global perspectives and educators with years of teaching experience in esteemed colleges and universities

A Position You Will Love

You will find joy in passing on your knowledge and nurturing a new generation of well-equipped accounting students.

You love teaching and interacting with people – from students, parents to adult learners. Seeing the sparkle in their eyes when they finally ‘got it’ energizes you.

You embrace Master POA’s unique, logic-first curriculum and be transformed in your own field of accounting education.

You like being current and adapting modern teaching approaches and techniques. And you like to share that knowledge. You appreciate that learning never stops and you learn so much more as an educator than you teach.

You love accounting. And you will get paid well for spreading that love with others.

Top POA Student St Hildas
Rachel Tan, Big-Four auditor helping out at MPOA’s annual POA crash course, 2009. Top POA student in St Hildas 2008. Caleb’s very first student.

Part Time Requirements

You will need to be proficient with the curriculum you are applying to teach.

At least 2 years of private lessons and 3 years of experience as an accounting student.

A minimum of an accounting or business degree from the big four local university, PGDE, ACCA or equivalent.
A more extensive interview is required for those without accounting certification.

A block of at least 3 hours 7pm-10pm on weekdays or any time on weekends. At least a full academic year commitment to teach upon confirmation.

Teaching experience in a college, university is an added advantage for applicants. References and testimonials of private students for home tutors (screenshots) should be submitted during the application process.

Ravpreet, co-author of Jump Grades’ Guide to Excelling in Principles of Accounts teaching at MPOA’s crash course in YMCA, 2014

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