Physics Teaching Assistant

Recruiter
Edustaff
Location
Warwickshire
Salary
Competitive
Posted
06 Sep 2017
Closes
20 Sep 2017
Job Type
Graduate
Contract Type
Permanent

Physics Graduate Learning Mentor - Birmingham Secondary Academy - Starts new academic year

Are you a Physics graduate with either a 1st Class, 2:1 or 2:2 honours degree?

Are you looking to start a PGCE or similar teacher training and would love to gain school experience to support your application and provide a spring board to your future career?

Do you have a strong academic ability in Physics which you're keen to share with secondary school pupils?

Would you like to join a school that could, after a year, place you on one of their School Direct teacher training places?

Are you able to commit to full time, term time work in an 'Outstanding' Birmingham Secondary Academy as a Graduate Coach in Physics?

***Physics Graduate Learning Mentor/Teaching Assistant
***Min 2:2 Degree in Physics
***Starts September
***Outstanding Birmingham School
***Located close in south Birmingham
***Small Group and 1:1 support

This academy school, located south of the city centre, has approached Edustaff to help them recruit a passionate and knowledegbale physics graduate to join their school as a Learning Mentor/Teaching Assistant.

The school has a rich and diverse mix of pupils giving any prospective, future teacher the opportunity to develop class room skills that will stand them in excellent stead on the road to becoming a qualified teacher.

My client is a high achieving school that demands the best from both its pupils and teaching staff. Your excellent knowledge across the sciences and in particular physics will be used to good advantage supporting a small number of pupils in the subject. As well as your degree speciality you should have a good knowledge of general science in order to offer the best possible support to this one pupil.

You will be well supported in your role as a Physics Graduate Learning Mentor by the head of the faculty and other teaching staff. This will give you the opportunity to gain invaluable classroom experience and learn best practice prior to studying to be a teacher, whichever route you take.

This position is all about academic excellence combined with the motivation, flexibility and determination to succeed at whatever tasks you are given. If you are enthusiastic, reliable and 100% committed to education then this Physics Graduate Mentor/Teaching Assistant position could be perfect. Please send you CV to Patrick at Edustaff today.