Graduate Academic Tutor
|Location:||High Wycombe, South East England SL8 UK|
|Job Type:||Full Time|
|Salary||£350 to £400 per Week|
Are you graduate who is considering teacher training but first wishes to gain some school based experience in a support role?
Could you start immediately working as a Graduate Academic Tutor in your subject specialism at a thriving secondary & sixth form?
If you wish to build on your existing skills whilst developing new methods & techniques then this Graduate Academic Tutor role is ideal for you!
In this Graduate Academic Tutor role you would find yourself working with students on a 1:1 and group basis.
To register your interest in this highly rewarding Graduate Academic Tutor role then please simply apply on this page today and attach your most up to date CV.
Graduate Academic Tutor – Benefits:
- Graduate Academic Tutor role
- £350– £400 per week
- Long-term, full-time role
- Ideal experience for aspiring teachers
- English, humanities, maths & science positions available
- Track record of graduates going onto teacher training
- Interviewing now for an immediate start
Graduate Academic Tutor – Role:
- Work alongside students from KS3 – KS5
- Offer support to this student which includes group and 1:1 interventions
- Focus on your subject specialism
- Support other students who have challenging behaviour
- Communicate clearly with students, staff & parents
- Become a valuable member of the team
Graduate Academic Tutor – Person Specification:
- 1st o 2:1 degree in a core related subject
- Passionate about education
- Strong academic background e.g. A Levels
- Thinking of becoming a teacher
- Tutoring / education experience would be preferable
The upcoming secondary school & sixth form:
- Thriving secondary school & sixth form
- 750 students
- Visionary Senior Leadership Team
- Fantastic pathway to teacher training routes
- Buckinghamshire location
- Part of an established academy trust
Click ‘apply now’ and send your CV to Joe at i-teachers today to apply for this Graduate Academic Tutor role.