English Graduate Learning Mentor

Recruiter
i teachers
Location
Sandwell
Salary
£60 - £65 p day
Posted
10 Aug 2017
Closes
10 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
English Graduate Learning Mentor

Have you ever thought about becoming an English teacher, perhaps starting to train to teach in 2018, following on from an academic year spent in this English graduate learning mentor role?

Perhaps you've missed the opportunity to train to teach from this September, but you're still keen to gain experience which will enable you to eventually become an outstanding English teacher?

Would working as an English graduate learning mentor for the next academic year, where you will have access to structured support in a superb secondary school, earning up to £300 per week, be the ideal way to spend your time before teacher training?

- English Graduate Learning Mentor
- English Degree essential
- Great support and training available
- £300 per week
- Potential to train to teach at this school
- Fantastic facilities and modern building
- September start

Person Specification:

You must be a confident and articular English graduate who has at least a 2.1 degree, ideally from a top university/Russell Group university. Previous experience tutoring or working with young people would be advantageous, but the desire to inspire and engage young learners is essential.

This role requires excellent subject knowledge and the ability to differentiate and accommodate to a variety of abilities and backgrounds.

The role:

This supportive secondary school located in the Sandwell borough is looking to appoint a high-achieving English graduate in to their English department. Ideally you will be someone who is confident and able to work well with both young people, colleagues and other stakeholders.

No two days will be the same in this exciting role as each day you will be working with a variety of young people and teachers. The English department is one of the most successful departments within the school and they are looking to appoint an equally talented English graduate in to their school ready for September. You will gain a fantastic insight in to school life in order to establish whether teaching is the right role for you in the future.

This school has its own school direct teacher training, with some salaried routes available, in particular for English graduates. Therefore after your year as a graduate teaching assistant you will have the opportunity to join the school's teacher training programme, without the costly expense of going through a PGCE route.

If you are looking to build your experience and confidence before teaching training in 2018 then this role is ideal for you click 'apply now' and send your CV today for consideration to this role or others suitable.