Graduate Academic Learning Mentor

i teachers
£60 - £65 p day
05 Aug 2017
13 Sep 2017
Academic Learning Mentor - Russell Group Graduate Role Are you a high-achieving Russell Group graduate looking to join an exciting secondary school as an academic mentor from September, supporting students reach their academic potential, on a graduate scheme whereby the following year you could train to teach with the same school? Perhaps you are considering teaching as a rewarding career in your chosen degree subject but would first like to gain experience in a support role, such as this academic learning mentor position? This fantastic Birmingham secondary school & sixth is looking to recruit a number of academic learning mentors for a September start. Graduates in the following subjects are desired including: Mathematics, Physics, Biology, Chemistry English, Geography, History, RE/Theology/Philosophy as well as Psychology. Academic Learning Mentor: - Paid up to £350 per week - Core subjects required, including psychology - Full time position Mon-Fri - September 2017 start - Potential for a place on the school's teacher training from Sept' 2018 - Excellent insight in to teaching your subject specialism - Based in West Walsall As an academic learning mentor you will gain an insight in to what it takes to become an outstanding teacher. You will be supporting learners within intervention groups, as well as within the classroom setting, occasionally taking cover lessons. You must be a high-achieving, confident and enthusiastic graduate who is ready to inspire young learners and help them to reach their potential. Sounds like something you'd be interested in? You must have a degree in a core subject and be ready to take on the challenge of working within education, initially supporting young learners reach their goals, with the aspiration in mind of one day becoming a qualified teacher in your chosen subject. The school is an 11-18 secondary and sixth form school with exceptional leadership. The head teacher is looking to recruit a number of core subject graduates for academic learning mentor roles starting in September. The school are passionate about supporting learners through high-quality graduate level support staff with the view in mind of potentially training graduates in core subjects to become teachers within the next couple of years through the school's own teacher training route. Interested in gaining an insight in to education before fully committing to teaching as a career? Apply today for this graduate academic learning mentor role by clicking 'apply now' and sending your CV to Natalie at i-teachers