Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant
|Location:||Salford, Salford m6 UK|
|Salary||£60 to £65 per Day|
Physics Graduate Academic Mentor – Secondary School – Ideal role for aspiring teachers
Are you an inspirational Physics graduate with a real passion for your subject?
Do you thrive when teaching your subject to pupils who find the topic difficult to understand?
Perhaps you are looking to gain vital Physics teaching experience before you progress onto a teacher training programme as a Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant?
If you are a Physics graduate local to the Salford area, looking to secure a role that will impact young people and progress your own career, please read on!
Physics Graduate Academic Mentor – Role Information:
- Planning and delivering secondary Physics lessons alongside class teacher
- Structuring intervention sessions around broad and enriched curriculum
- Offering 1:1 and group support to students in practical and theoretical lessons
- Identifying and developing weaknesses of students
- Being a cohesive and supportive member of flourishing Physics department
- Full academic year
- Run your own STEM clubs
- Earn up to £315 per week, term time only as Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Located in Salford
Person Specification – what you will need to be successful
- Minimum 2:1 Physics subject degree
- Strong academic background
- Excellent subject knowledge
- Infectious passion for teaching Physics
- Enthusiastic and inspiring attitude
- Previous experience working with young people is preferable
Information about the school:
- Well respected and valued secondary school
- Diverse school, pupils from a range of backgrounds
- Experienced and supportive Head of Physics
- Excellent Science based laboratories and resources
- Superb CPD programme
- Opportunity to progress into direct teacher training programme
- Close relationship with parents and guardians
Please send your CV ASAP in order to apply for this exciting Physics Graduate role. Interviews will be held ASAP in preparation for the new academic year in September!