STEM Academic Mentor

£275 - £300 per annum
03 Dec 2017
08 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Do you hold a 1st or 2.1 degree in a STEM subject and are now looking to explore a career in education?

Could you benefit from hands-on classroom experience prior to starting your PGCE?

Perhaps you are in search of a long term role in order to gain a plethora of skills ready to apply for a PGCE or Schools Direct programme in the near future?

This STEM Academic Mentor role would act as fantastic experience for any future teacher training application. This forward thinking school in Nottingham, will provide you with all the skills and experience you will need to enter any teaching programme with confidence.

…if this role is not quite what you are looking for - wrong area, you need more responsibility or you like the school but the subject is wrong… call Emma at i-teachers for a chat - we could have the ideal role for you!

STEM Teaching Assistant Role

  • Outstanding Secondary school
  • Central Nottingham school
  • Mathematics / Science / Engineering graduates
  • Education experience would be desirable
  • Supportive department
  • November start
  • Full time and paid role
  • Earn up to £300 a week
  • Trial Days currently being arranged

Calling all Science, Maths and Engineering graduates - If you are passionate about STEM subjects and would love to impart your knowledge to young minds, then why not take your first steps into teaching in this outstanding secondary school?

This STEM Academic Mentor role involves you supporting teaching as part of an incredibly popular department. This faculty promotes a love of learning due to the innovative and exciting teaching methods employed by the staff. This STEM Academic Mentor position involves propelling your career prospects to whilst getting the chance to join the schools tailor-made graduate programme.

You will have the responsibility of enhancing your teaching abilities through the instructions of an allocated mentor (within your department) and running 1:1 classes and group sessions. In this post you will be practising in a team led by a focused Head of Science who often makes a substantial effort to include all team members from the very beginning. Your duties will include developing the academic progress and leading in the development of high-achieving pupils.

This forward thinking secondary school is devoted to inspiring pupils through innovative learning approaches and is invested in developing outstanding graduates seeking the invaluable classroom experience necessary for teacher training pathways. You will be part of a national drive looking to solve the STEM shortage; introducing pupils to the technical and real world applications of STEM, enabling them to understand how their world is ruled by Science, Engineering, Technology and Maths.

As a Teaching assistant you will join a supportive teaching faculty and support all teachers in the planning and delivery of an exciting curriculum. The school is keen to take on highly motivated and diligent graduates who will support the methods and practises of the school. You will work closely with experienced teachers benefitting from guidance from STEM leaders; playing an active role in producing new learning opportunities for pupils of all age and ability ranges.

If you like the sound of joining this amazing school, becoming part of a new and ambitious STEM programme send your CV by clicking APPLY NOW or call Emma at i-teachers for more information.

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