Biology Graduate Teaching Assistant - Science Graduate
Are you a hardworking, enthusiastic Biology graduate who is passionate about instilling excitement and interest in your subject?
Have you always thought about a career in teaching but would like to gain paid experience to enhance your application for 2018?
If you are a Biology graduate and are looking to gain some hands on experience in a superb secondary school, with excellent resources, then this could be the role you have been waiting for!
We would like to hear from high achieving Science graduates who are keen to really make a difference to young people and can have a positive impact towards raising attainment in science, as well as attendance and behaviour!
Biology Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Interviewing ASAP!
- Perfect for aspiring Science Teachers
- Secondary School in Wolverhampton
- Degree essential - ideally 2:1 or above
- Mon-Fri working hours
- Paid £300 per week
- Fabulous access to training and development opportunities
To be a Graduate Teaching Assistant you must have strong communication skills and be someone who can engage with young people of all abilities and backgrounds. Ideally you will have a 2:1 or above degree in Biology, with a good academic background to support you application. You will need to be resilient and have high levels of energy to keep the students engaged and excited about the lessons. Most importantly you will feel passionate about a career in education.
We are looking for high achieving Science graduates who are looking to gain experience within a thriving secondary school. Our support programme has helped many graduates secure positions onto PGCE's or School Direct teacher training place at the same school!
You will join this thriving Science department as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. You will work with targeted students who need that extra push to achieve their full potential. You will also work closely with year 11's on the run up to their GCSE's. This is role can be varied, one day you may be working with lower abilities students, the next you may be working with higher ability students to give them the challenge they need and push them above and beyond expectations. Full training and support will be provided including safeguarding and other relevant training.
This secondary school in Wolverhampton is a real hub for the local community. It serves a diverse catchment area and pupils come from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds. The vibrant and happy atmosphere ensures that pupils are eager to learn and staff love coming to work every day.
If this Science Graduate Teaching Assistant position is just the role for you then click 'APPLY' now and send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers.
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