Russell Group Graduate Academic Learning Mentor - KS5
Russell Group Graduate Academic Learning Mentor KS5
Are you an ambitious, recent Russell Group graduate keen to support pupils from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds?
Have you finished your degree and want to make best use of your subject knowledge?
Perhaps you want to gain a full academic years' worth of paid experience in a fantastic Sixth Form College as an Academic Learning Mentor before applying for a teacher training course in 2018?
Maybe you've already applied for a teaching training course and do not have enough experience? If so, then this academic mentor role could be an ideal opportunity to gain experience and enhance your confidence before you re-apply in 2018!
This forward thinking Sixth Form College in Birmingham requires ambitious graduates to join them in for the full academic year to support struggling students reach their full learning potential!
Graduate Academic Mentor
- Competitive salary £60-£65 per day
- Graduate Academic Learning Mentor KS5
- Starting ASAP for the rest of the academic year
- All degree specialisms considered
- Must be a high-achieving graduate
- Looking for confident graduates with a passion for education
- Popular College in Birmingham
Sixth Form Academic Learning Mentor - The Role:
In this exciting role you will be key to the college's intervention strategy. You will support pupils who may need additional support in order to achieve their potential. Specifically assigned to the department where your strengths lie, you will be working closely with the head of department to monitor and support the progress of targeted students. The purpose of the role is to help learners to get to where they need to be, whether that is an employable post-16 learner once they leave sixth form, or helping them to get on to a university course once they have completed their A levels.
Sixth Form Academic Learning Mentor - Person Specification:
This exceptional Sixth Form College is looking to appoint a number of graduate academic learning mentor to join their team from September. You will be given bespoke training and you will work alongside a supportive department within the school. Ideally you will have a core subject degree in a subject which is taught at A Level. All degree specialisms will be considered if it is a subject that is taught at Sixth Form.
i-teachers are looking for high-achieving and confident graduates with a minimum of a 2:1 degree. It is essential that you are an enthusiastic individual who is resilient and empathetic. You must also be a great communicator and be passionate about supporting students from a range of socio-economic contexts.
If you think you have what it takes to succeed as a Graduate Academic Learning Mentor, apply to join this excellent Sixth Form College in central Birmingham, then apply today!
Click 'apply' and send your CV and covering letter to Jamie at i-teachers today as interviews are currently being arranged.
Please note: due to high demand we are only able to contact shortlisted candidates.
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