Physics Teaching Assistant

11 Jan 2018
11 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Physics Teaching Assistant - Physics Graduate required for a high achieving Manchester Secondary School - start ASAP

Do you hold a Physics degree and are keen to use this knowledge in a rewarding role as a Teaching Assistant?

Could you see yourself helping high achieving students to achieve their full potential in GCSE and A-Level, to help them with their applications for some of the best universities in the country?

Do you feel like with your expert subject knowledge in Science and determined personality, you would thrive working in a secondary school as a graduate teaching assistant?

This is an ideal opportunity to gain vital paid experience in a school for the full academic year, building your confidence and enhancing your skills before Teacher Training in September.

Physics Graduate Teaching Assistant

  • Physics Graduate role - 2:2 or above
  • Physics Teaching Assistant
  • Start ASAP
  • Long term/Full-time role (work Monday - Friday)
  • Supportive Secondary School in Manchester
  • Excellent transport links
  • Perfect for aspiring teachers
  • Excellent training and development
  • Interviews: ASAP

This high achieving, popular secondary school in Manchester is looking for a hardworking and dedicated Physics graduate who is ideally thinking about applying for teacher training. You will have a good academic background and a real passion for Physics. The ideal personality match for this school would be an energetic and bubbly individual who can adapt to meet the needs of individual pupils. Ideally you will have some experience of working with children either through volunteering or paid work.

About the Role - Physics Teaching Assistant

You will be assigned a mentor who will support you throughout your first months at the school and an experienced teacher will be on hand to provide you with close mentoring and support. As a Physics Teaching Assistant you will be required to work with targeted students to ensure progress is being made, delivering intervention and 1:1 sessions where necessary.

After a period of training and as your confidence grows, you will be able to deliver your own 'mini' lessons to groups of students and assist in planning exciting lessons with the teacher. You can really bring out your creative side and of course be involved with fun practical experiments.

The School is located centrally to Manchester and is a real hub for the local community. It serves a diverse catchment area and provides an excellent education for students who come from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds. You will be working alongside other talented graduates in the same position as you, along with teachers who will support you every step of the way.

Click 'Apply' now and send your CV to Holly at i-teachers today.

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