Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant

Educatus Recruitment
From £17,000 to £21,000 per annum Circa, pro-rata + Excellent Professi
12 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant Needed: Permanent Post, with Attractive Salary, and 1st Class Training, for Aspiring Teachers.

A fantastic state of the art secondary school in North Wolverhampton is looking for Physics Graduate Teaching Assistants.

If you’re a Physics Graduate, passionate about your subject, and thinking of a career in education, come and join this school in North Wolverhampton as a Teaching Assistant, until July 2018.

@ Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant
@ Fantastic Secondary School, North Wolverhampton
@ Immediate Start
@ Permanent Post with Access to 1st Class Training
@ £21,000 Circa, Pro-rata
@ Working within state of the art Science block
@ Perfect experience for Aspiring Physics Teachers

Inspirational Leadership has transformed this state of the art Secondary School in North Wolverhampton, and an opportunity to join a successful Science department is now available as a Teaching Assistant – Interested?

If you’ve a Physics degree, and you want to gain experience in a school before applying for teacher training, this school would love to hear from you.

Located in North Wolverhampton, this thriving school, with first class facilities and resources has become a popular choice for parents. Leadership is inspirational, as deemed by OFSTED, and standard and results have improved significantly over the last couple of years. As this is a Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant opportunity, the successful candidate will be working with many outstanding teachers, covering all year groups in an amazing science block, with exceptional resources.

Starting ASAP, this North Wolverhampton Secondary School is looking to bolster their science department, and have additional funding to recruit at least 2 Physics Graduate Teaching Assistants. Ideally, you should have a strong scientific background, and although no schools based experience is necessary, any related teaching/ tutoring experience would be an advantage. Also, if you’re an aspiring Physics/ science teacher, you must have a real passion for your subject, and the ability to inspire students, and help raise attainment.

If you’re a high-flying Physics graduate, and you’re offered the role of a Teaching Assistant at this secondary school, you can look forward to working within a dynamic, inspiring led science block. Students are enjoying science, and with impeccable behaviour you’ll be rewarded with the essential experience needed to progress to teacher training. Also, excellent professional development is on offer at this school to everyone, and from day one the school will look to support your career in education, by offering plenty of support and guidance. So, if you’re interested and would like to apply for this Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant role, get in touch ASAP.

If you’re keen to secure an interview at this wonderful North Wolverhampton Secondary School, please email a CV and covering letter to Nigel Horne at Educatus Recruitment ASAP.
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