Graduate Learning Behaviour Mentor – Paid School Experience

Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-16059
Location: Birmingham, Midlands UK
Job Type: Contract
Immediate Start: Yes
Salary £60 to £65 per Day

Graduate Learning Behaviour Mentor – Paid School Experience

Are you a recent graduate looking for the next challenge in your career?

Would you like a role that has the opportunity to develop your career and enhance your CV, whilst feeling as though you are really making a difference to the lives of others?

Maybe you have considered stepping into teaching or education and would like to test the water?

If you are considering a career in education, and would love to gain invaluable experience whilst exploring your options and making a difference to the lives of young people, then explore i-teachers and our ‘Step into Teaching’ model that give you that opportunity…

  • Graduate Learning Behaviour Mentor
  • Diverse, multi-cultural school with fabulous culture and ethos
  • Minimum 2:1 in various subjects considered
  • Experience working with young people either voluntary or paid experience essential
  • Stating as soon as possible until the end of the academic year
  • Paid £300 – £325 per week
  • Monday to Friday, full time, sociable hours

Graduate Learning Behaviour Mentor – About the Role:

This role will offer the successful candidate a valuable insight into the world of teaching and will give them the opportunity to work with outstanding teaching and support staff. You will be helping to support the emotional well-being of small groups of students. This will be through targeted booster session in a variety of subjects, to enable these students to be confident and achieve their potential. You will be working closely with the Inclusion Team to provide support to students, to give them the best chance at achieving their potential in educational and personal development.

Graduate Learning Behaviour Mentor – Person Specification

The successful candidate for this Graduate Learning Behaviour Mentor role will have a degree with a minimum of a 2:1 and will be looking forward to beginning a career in education or other relevant field. Along with a high academic background, you will need to have a high level if resilience and understanding when faced with challenging behaviour.

You do not need to worry about supporting in subjects that you are not specialised in, you are provided with all the resources necessary to deliver these essential intervention. You will need empathy, the ability to build relationships and a strong work ethic to be successful in this role.

Graduate Learning Behaviour – About the School:

This school is located in the heart of Birmingham, within easy commuting distance from surrounding areas, such as Walsall, Solihull and Sandwell. This school prides itself on its ability to continuously improve their standards in education and prepare students for the challenges of the 21st Century. This school has high expectations of behaviour, self-discipline and mutual respect and promotes an integrated and cohesive school environment. Graduate teaching staff are valued highly and receive a high level of support and guidance with future career decisions and opportunities available.

If you feel that you have the relevant skills and qualities have a positive influence on the lives on young people, then send your CV to Jamie right away!

Posted On: 14/01/2019
Recruiter: i-teachers

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