Maths Graduate Academic Mentor - Popular Secondary School
Graduate Teaching Assistant/ Academic Mentor - Maths - Popular Secondary School
An excellent Secondary school in Sparkbrook close to central Birmingham is looking to appoint an engaging and ambitious Maths graduate teaching assistant who has a passion to one day become a qualified maths teacher!
Perhaps a career in finance or accounting doesn't excite you and you're keen to explore alternative careers where you can put your excellent mathematical subject knowledge to good use?
Did you foster your love of Mathematics due to the inspirational teaching you received through your own education, leading you to want to give something back to young aspiring mathematicians?
If so then this could be a fantastic opportunity to develop your knowledge and confidence of working in education, earning up to £300 per week, before embarking upon teacher training in 2018.
Graduate Teaching Assistant
- Maths/Finance/Economics degree
- Located in South Birmingham
- Great Mentorship & Supportive Maths Department
- Excellent Career Development Opportunity
- Full-time, Long-term Position
- Earn £300 per week
Graduate Teaching Assistant - Person Specification
You should be a recent graduate with a mathematical based subject degree, having graduated from a top university, with at least a 2.1 or higher. Some 2.2 degrees will be considered as long as you have previous experience working with young people. You should have a genuine passion for education and be dedicated to aiming to make a difference in the lives of young people, in particular aspiring mathematicians. Excellent communication is essential as you will be liaising with a range of people, including parents/carers, colleagues and students to ensure pupil progress and attainment is at the highest level. Previous experience of mentoring or tutoring is advantageous in your application, but it is not essential.
Graduate Teaching Assistant - Job Role
As a maths graduate teaching assistant your role will consist of both working with small groups of learners as well as one to one with pupils who are underachieving. You will work with children who are borderline A*/A to ensure they reach the highest possible grading (this will be on the new 1-9 grading system in Mathematics). The role also consists of working with disadvantaged/pupil premium learners who are allocated additional intervention sessions to ensure they reach their target. You will assist students who are preparing for examinations such as GCSEs, as well as helping Year 7 students to settle in well. As you can see the role will be very varied from day to day, no two days will be the same and each day will present new and rewarding challenges. Are you ready to take your first steps towards becoming a maths teacher in the future?
Maths Graduate Teaching Assistant - About the School
This larger than average secondary school located in South Birmingham is heavily oversubscribed due to the successful academic achievement the students achieve each year, plus the reputation the school has for providing exceptional pastoral support as well as academic support. The school boasts state of the art facilities with large open classrooms and inclusive learning areas for students who require additional support. During your time as a Maths Graduate Teaching Assistant you will be well supported by an outstanding Maths teacher who will become your mentor.
Ready for this exciting opportunity to kick start your journey towards becoming a maths teacher? Click apply today and send our CV in application to Jamie at i-teachers!
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