History Graduate Teaching Assistant

Recruiter
i teachers
Location
Walsall
Salary
£60 - £65 p day
Posted
05 Aug 2017
Expires
16 Aug 2017
History Graduate Learning Mentor Have you recently graduated with a degree in history and considering teaching as your future career? Perhaps you have some experience already working with young people, but would like a full year's worth of paid experience prior to embarking upon teacher training? Are you a resilient, hardworking and ambitious history graduate keen to secure a learning mentor role within a supportive community academy based in Walsall? History Graduate Must have a 2.1 or higher Learning Mentor role Walsall, West Midlands Excellent support and training Paid £60 - £65 per day Potential to train to teach here in 2018 As a history graduate learning mentor at this superb Walsall secondary school you will initially be supporting small group interventions within the humanities department. Some of the students will require additional support to grasp certain concepts within the subject, whilst others will need an extra push to help them achieve their high potential. You will be allocated a dedicated mentor who is an outstanding teacher at the school who will guide you through the year giving you an exceptional insight in to how to become a superb teacher in the future. You must be a history graduate from a top university/Russell Group university with at least a 2.1 degree. You should be a confident communicator both written and verbally. Resilience is key to this role as no two days will be the same and on occasion there will be challenging days as well extremely rewarding days. Your experience gained as a history graduate learning mentor will be invaluable the year after when you decide to train to teach. The school has its own teacher training route so should you wish to train to teach directly with the school the following year then this is a viable option for you. The school places high value on all graduates who work within this Walsall school. The school each year appoints a number of core subject graduates to provide high quality intervention support to students throughout the various departments, including the humanities department. To apply for this wonderful history graduate learning mentor role simply click 'apply now' and send your CV today to Natalie Symes.