Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant
Physics Teaching Assistant - Walsall
This 'Outstanding' secondary school in Walsall is looking for a Physics graduate to work in a Teaching Assistant role for the duration of the 2017/18 academic year.
The perfect place for an aspiring science teacher to start their career!
*** Physics Teaching Assistant
*** Graduate post
*** Outstanding secondary located in Walsall
*** GBP60 per day
*** Long Term/Interim, Full-Time role
My client school are currently seeking an outstanding Physics graduate to fulfil a Teaching Assistant vacancy within a Secondary school based within the LEA of Sandwell. The role will begin immediately and run until July 2018. The successful candidate will have a strong academic background and show the passion and enthusiasm to work within a secondary school's Science department helping the teaching staff to support pupils in reaching their goals.
In your role as a Teaching Assistant, you will be working solely within the school's Science department helping support pupils studyinig physics who are will be taking their GCSE's next May. You will be required to embrace the school's ethos, learn from the staff around you, and utilise your own initiative to provide excellent classroom support and aid in the development of those pupils you support.
The school, located within the LEA of Walsall, have recruited many Graduate Teaching Assistants in the past who have gone on to become excellent teachers. They are looking to take on two Graduate Teaching Assistants to join them from January on a long term, full time (during term time) basis in Physics and Chemistry.
This outstanding secondary school provides an excellent induction programme and can provide the new starter with all the support they need to truly enjoy their new position. To become a key part of this Walsall school as a Physics Teaching Assistant, send us your application now. Click 'Apply now' and send your CV to David Baker at EduStaff..
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.