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Humanities Teaching Assistant Role

Category: Graduate TAs / School Support Staff | Reference: ITEACH-5838QLx

Location:
North West England, Merseyside, Liverpool
Posted On:
14/9/2018
Job Type:
Contract
Salary:
Earn up to £325 per week

Humanities Graduate Role – Teaching Assistant post - Liverpool

Have you recently graduated with a Humanities degree and looking for work in the Liverpool area? 

Would you love the opportunity to work within an exciting Humanities department at a thriving Liverpool secondary school? 

Maybe you want to gain classroom based experience prior to applying for teaching training?

Humanities Teaching Assistant 

  • Humanities Department support
  • Must have a humanities degree
  • Liverpool Secondary school
  • Strong academic background including A/B at A Level
  • Full-time, long-term position
  • Earn up to £325 per week
  • Interviewing now
  • Ideal post before taking up teacher training

This school located in Liverpool are looking for a passionate Humanities graduate to join their school to work across their Humanities department.  

If you are a recent graduate, having achieved at least 2.1 in a Humanities related degree subject then this role is perfect in order to build relevant and paid experience prior to starting teacher training in September 2019. You will be required to motivate and inspire learners within your specific subject as well as other humanities subjects. Part of your role will be to support learners inside the classroom as well as during small group interventions whereby your task will be to help learners achieve their target potential, for example learners on a C/D or A*/A borderline.

The school is a friendly and supportive environment and a great place for graduates to gain experience from outstanding practitioners. You will be well supported and given excellent training from the head of department.

You must have a determined personality in order to make an impact on the students learning. You should be considering a career in Education and be eager to learn about the profession whilst ensuring students are reaching their full potential.

To apply for this Humanities graduate learning mentor position click ‘apply now’ and send your CV to Becky at i-teachers today!

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