Graduate Teaching Assistant - STEM
STEM Graduate Teaching Assistant required - Graduates of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
Are you a graduate with a passion for STEM subjects, now looking to gain the experience necessary to embark on a career in teaching?
In search of a long term role in order to gain a plethora of skills ready to apply for a PGCE or Schools Direct in the near future?
If you an ambitious graduate would love to 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. This is the perfect opportunity for those who would welcome an exciting support post at a forward thinking Wolverhampton school for the remainder of the academic year.
STEM Graduates needed:
- Huge need for STEM focused subjects within education - part of a new national initiative
- Support pupils across the curriculum in creative lessons for all abilities
- Fantastic modern facilities and resources
- High achieving Wolverhampton Secondary
- Earn up to £300 per week
- Work with small groups - supporting students of varying abilities
- Great role for those passionate about STEM subjects looking to impart their knowledge
- Positive learning environment - join a teach of graduate teaching assistants
- Full time role to start as soon as possible
- Interviewing now
If you are passionate about STEM subjects and would love to impart your knowledge whilst inspiring young minds, then why not take your first steps into teaching in this forward thinking school?
The high achieving Wolverhampton Secondary school are 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.
The school needs graduates of these subjects - passionate STEM graduates, who are looking for a new exciting role with a high and lasting impact.
You will work closely with an experienced department of teachers, benefitting from guidance from STEM leaders and have an active part in producing new learning opportunities for pupils of all age and ability ranges. This role demands STEM graduates who have excellent academic knowledge, a passion for STEM subjects and the ability to adapt - a love of learning underpins all of these skills.
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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