Academic Learning Mentor

£275 - £300 per week
30 Nov 2017
04 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Have you recently graduated and you're now considering the prospect of one day becoming a teacher? Would you benefit from firstly spending the rest of this academic year in a support role, gaining experience, as well as enhancing your confidence?

Do you have a passion to support the most disadvantaged students within school, enabling them to succeed within education due to the bespoke intervention sessions you could help to deliver?

Perhaps you are seeking an opportunity where you can promote a love of learning for your subject specialism?

If so this Academic Learning Mentor role could be the ideal position for you whereby you will be supporting student from low income families and helping them to have the same level of access to high quality education.

Academic Learning Mentor

  • Graduate Role - ideal for aspiring teachers
  • Secondary School position
  • Excellent experience for aspiring teachers
  • Paid up to £300 per week
  • Supportive & inclusive staff team
  • A range of degree subjects will be considered
  • Must have at least a 2:1
  • Interviewing now for a start ASAP

Person specification - Academic Learning Mentor

This school are looking for graduates who have a minimum of a 2.1 degree, ideally in a core subject (English, Maths, Science) however some other degree subjects may be considered. You should be a vibrant and energetic recent graduate who is thinking about teacher training in 2018. The reason for this is due to the role enabling you to gain invaluable experience prior to training to teach. Excellent communication is key for the role as you will be liaising on a daily basis with a variety of people including: children, parents/carers, colleagues, teachers and senior leadership.

About the role

On a daily basis you will be assisting the inclusion team in providing high-quality intervention support to children who are classed as 'disadvantaged' due to their socio-economic background. With some provisional training, you will be expected to work with students from Year 7 up to Year 11, identifying specific areas where intervention support would prove beneficial in the academic success of the students you support.

This secondary school based in Oldham are a real hub for the local community. They are experienced in training graduates to be confident, enthusiastic and committed to a career in teaching. You will be joining an inclusive and visionary leadership team, with the support and guidance of other graduates who have had a similar experience.

Please do not delay in sending your application as this role may not be available for long. Send your CV to Holly at i-teachers today.

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