Humanities Graduate Mentor

£275 - £300 per annum
07 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you a recent Humanities graduate looking to utilise your academic knowledge and help pupils achieve?

Perhaps you have a strong academic record and the drive to help young people achieve their full potential but are unsure of your next steps?

Maybe a paid support role, within a dynamic and forward thinking Humanities department, could be the perfect position to help you embark on a career in education?

As Humanities Graduate Mentor you will benefit from shadowing an experienced Department leader within a thriving secondary school in Nottingham. The school are keen to offer an opportunity to a talented graduate to join their Humanities department as soon as possible with view to them staying with them until the end of the academic year.

Humanities Graduate Teaching Assistant

  • Minimum 2:1 required
  • Geography/History/ RS degree ideal
  • Ideal for experience aspiring teachers
  • Immediate start for the rest of this academic year
  • Competitive Salary of up to £300 per week
  • Good public transport links

This role requires a Humanities graduate with a minimum of a 2:1 class honours degree in a humanities subject; preferably a graduate who has attended a Russell Group University. Successful candidates will show the school that they have the potential to become a trainee teacher the following academic year and will have the skills to create a motivational atmosphere. You must be an enthusiastic individual who possesses a passion for your Humanities subject; clearly illustrating your expert knowledge of the subject.

This Graduate Mentor role involves working in an expanding Humanities department where fresh ideas and knowledge will be encouraged. You will be initially assisting teachers with the planning and preparation of lessons and your responsibilities will build throughout the year. You will be to predominantly supporting students that have gaps in their humanities knowledge and attempting to accelerate their progress through targeted sessions outside of the classroom - either on a 1:1 basis or in small groups.

This is a high achieving secondary school is not only fully invested in the progress of their students but it is also devoted to the development of outstanding graduates who are seeking the invaluable classroom experience necessary for teacher training pathways.

If you think you have what it takes to succeed as a Humanities Mentor and you are an ambitious, high achieving graduate, apply to join this wonderful secondary school in Leicester! Click apply or send your CV and covering letter to Emma at i-teachers.

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