Graduate Art Academic Tutor
|Location:||Luton, East of England LU3 UK|
|Job Type:||Full Time|
|Salary||£375 to £425 per Week|
Are you an Art graduate who is looking to start the path towards becoming a fully qualified art teacher?
Would you relish the chance to put your passion for art to perfect use within the classrooms and inspire KS3 – KS4 students?
Spend the academic year at an upcoming Luton based secondary school and support a cohesive art department in this rewarding Graduate Art Academic Tutor role!
Past graduates have gone onto teacher training at this school as well as being successful for applying for a PGCE!
Simply apply on this page and attach your CV to register your interest in this fantastic art graduate role!
Graduate Art Academic Tutor – Benefits:
- Weekly paid Graduate Art Academic Tutor role
- £375– £425 per week
- Long-term, full-time role
- Ideal experience for aspiring art teachers
- Track record of graduates going onto teacher training
- Interviewing now for an immediate start
Graduate Art Academic Tutor – Role:
- Work alongside students from KS3 – KS4
- Offer support to this student which includes group and 1:1 interventions
- Focus on your art subject specialism
- Support other students who have challenging behaviour
- Communicate clearly with students, staff & parents
- Become a valuable member of the art department
- Prepare students for exam and course work assignments
Graduate Art Academic Tutor – Person Specification:
- 1st o 2:1 degree in art or a related subject
- Passionate about education
- Strong academic background e.g. A Levels
- Thinking of becoming a teacher
- Wishes to positively impact the art department
- Tutoring / education experience would be preferable
The thriving Luton secondary school:
- Upcoming secondary school
- Luton location
- Visionary Senior Leadership Team
- Fantastic pathway to teacher training
- Super track record of working with i-teachers graduates
Click ‘apply now’ and send your CV to Joe at i-teachers today to apply for this Graduate Art Academic Tutor role.