Physics Teaching Assistant

I Teachers Ltd
London (Central)
11 Jan 2018
16 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you passionate about supporting GCSE pupils in Physics and Maths and want to put your academic knowledge to good use as a Physics Teaching Assistant?

Perhaps you have been considering your options and have decided that a rewarding and fulfilling career in education as a teacher is a viable option for you?

Have you recently graduated university with a 2:1 or higher in a Physics or Engineering degree and would like to earn £350 per week whilst gaining invaluable experience as a Physics teaching assistant in a secondary School in Waltham Forest?

A number of secondary schools across London are currently searching for ambitious graduates to join their support staff from September to work on a long-term and full-time basis until the end of the academic year. Is this you?

Physics Teaching Assistant

***Physics/Engineering Graduate

***2:1 or higher in degree

***Monday to Friday, school hours

***Up to £350 per week

***Perfect for aspiring teachers

***Excellent teacher training experience

We are looking for high achieving graduates who are looking to gain experience within a thriving secondary school. Our support programme has helped many graduates secure positions onto PGCE's or even a school direct teacher training place at the same school!

Physics Teaching Assistant- The Graduate

For this Physics Teaching Assistant role, you must have graduated from university with a 2:1 or higher in your Physics/Engineering degree and have an excellent academic background. You must be an excellent communicator and have the ability to empathise with and provide sufficient academic support from students of all abilities and backgrounds.

Physics Teaching Assistant- The Role

As a Physics teaching assistant you will be working closely with the subject teachers to support them in the planning preparation and delivery of lessons. You will also be working with targeted students who need extra support to achieve their full potential in their GCSE Physics and Maths. You must find innovative ways to motivate students and allow them to reach their goals.

If this Physics Teaching Assistant position is just the role for you then click 'apply' to get your CV over to Jonny at i-teachers to be considered for this exciting position.