English Graduate Academic Coach | Potential to Train to Teach in 2020
|Location:||Walsall, West Midlands UK|
|Salary||£16965 to £18270 per Annum|
English Graduate Academic Coach – Walsall – Potential to move onto teacher training
Are you looking to expand your knowledge of education and teaching standards prior to teacher training?
Would you thrive on the opportunity to gain more experience in a school based setting to equip you with the skills and qualities needed to be successful in teacher training?
If you are a bright, confident and adaptable English Graduate that is looking to gain more experience in education, whilst utilising your sough-after skills and knowledge, then send your CV as soon as possible!
- English Graduate Academic Coach
- Strong English degree
- Experience working with young people highly desirable
- Walsall location
- Working across KS3-KS4 mainly with the opportunity to support up to KS5
- High Pupil Premium school
- Paid £16,965 – £18,270 (pro-rated over term-time only)
- Monday-Friday, full-time role, term-time only
- Shortlisting on an ongoing basis – role starting in September 2019
- Teacher training opportunity from September 2020
This is the perfect opportunity for a bright, versatile and committed graduate to join a supportive school with a progressive and understanding Senior Leadership and teaching team in a school where their mission is to give every pupil the opportunity to succeed.
You will need to work flexibly throughout their vibrant English Department to deliver lessons across a range of subjects and departments to cover where needed. This is the perfect opportunity to develop a flair for your own teaching style, without all the pressures of teacher training.
You will find that you are much more equipped to deal with the challenges of teacher training and will be able to really make the most of your year following this opportunity.
Located in within easy distance of Walsall town centre, this school caters to a student popular from a mostly disadvantaged background and values graduates who can forge strong relationships with their students and community links, in order to inspire the next generation to achieve and remove barriers to learning associated with socio-economic background.
For the right person, the school are even offering a salaried teacher training route in a number of subjects from September 2020, giving you the perfect opportunity to develop you teaching skills, confidence and flair before moving into teacher training in the same school.
If you feel you have what it takes to be a Graduate Teaching Assistant, please click ‘apply’ to send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers.