Graduate Academic Mentor – Secondary School Experience
|Location:||Walsall, West Midlands UK|
|Salary||£65 to £70 per Day|
Graduate Academic Mentor – Potential to lead onto teacher training – September 2019 start
Are you graduating this summer and are you keen to find a career opportunity that will allow you to use your subject and provide excellent teaching experience inside a secondary school?
Perhaps you like the idea of having access to a mentor who will guide you through your journey and introduce new elements of teaching as you develop?
This supportive and well respected secondary school based in Walsall are looking to find a passionate and ambitious graduate, who has the potential to move into teacher training.
If you’re interested in this wonderful opportunity, make sure to apply straight away or send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers!
Information about the role:
·Graduate Academic Mentor
·Variety of subjects considered
·Paid up to £70 per day
·Supporting throughout your subject specialism up to KS5
·Opportunity to work alongside experienced and talented department
·Potential to move onto teacher training
·Located in Walsall area – walking distance to the train station
·Starting September 2019 – shortlisting and interviewing on an ongoing basis – contract until the end of the academic year
Information about the school:
·Warm and supportive secondary school
·Key members of local community
·Passionate about offering excellent standard of education
·Brilliant facilities and resources
·Public transport links nearby
·Minimum 2:1 degree and strong A Levels
·Substantial subject knowledge
·Passionate about educating students and making a difference
·Ability to communicate with a range of people from teachers, students and parents
·Strong interest in pursuing a career in teaching
·Transferable experience is highly desirable – volunteering, youth work, tutoring, holiday clubs
If you are interested in exploring a career in teaching and like the idea of this role for the next academic year, then send your CV right away to Jamie at i-teachers.