English Graduate Role
|Salary||GBPUp to £325 per week|
English Graduate role – Learning Mentor – Sandwell
English Learning Mentor
Has English always been a passion of yours that you want to impart on to the next generation?
Perhaps you have considered teacher training this academic year but decided you would benefit from additional paid experience?
Could this Graduate English Learning Mentor role be the ideal experience that would fully equip you for a PGCE?
Graduate English Leaning Mentor
- Earn up to £325 per week
- English graduate – Learning mentor post
- Immediate start!
- School located in Dudley
- Full-time, long-term position
- 1:1 & group sessions with students
- Close to transport links
- Monday – Friday school working hours
For this exciting opportunity to become an English learning mentor you must have a 2:1 or above degree and be passionate about English and Education. If you have had previous experience tutoring that would be beneficial, if not it isn’t an essential requirement for this specific role. This is an amazing opportunity for an English graduate to gain paid experience as a Graduate Learning Mentor before applying for a teacher training course.
This English learning mentor role will involve working within the English Department who will support you in your own learning. You will be given the opportunity to support pupils on a group basis and on a one to one basis. Many of the students you support will be on a C/D borderline and with excellent communication skills and a motivational attitude you can support these students to achieve their potential. You will also liaise with parents, teachers and students in order to support the students in the best possible way so that they achieve the best possible outcomes.
This amazing secondary school is located in Sandwell and boasts excellent transport links and a large car park for commuters. The English department in this school is fully established and has a good mix of teachers that you can learn from. The department is renowned for high grades and pupils seem to be enthused by the lessons, something that is extremely important to the school. Overall, the school has massively improved its academic record within the last 12 months. Although there is still improvements to be made the school is definitely a positive and upbeat place to work.
If you think you have what it takes to succeed as a Graduate English learning mentor, click APPLY NOW to send your CV over to Declan at i-teachers.