Computer Science Teaching Assistant- Graduate Position
Computer Science Graduate - Long term post - Liverpool - Immediate start
Are you a computer science graduate located in Merseyside passionate about pursuing a career in education but want to gain paid experience in a school based environment?
Would you like to work closely with class teachers, preparing you perfectly for your PGCE in September 2018?
Maybe the opportunity to put your degree to good use and use your excellent coding abilities and develop web applications with GCSE students is something that really appeals to you?
Computer Science Graduate Role -
- 2:1 or higher in your degree
- Liverpool Secondary school
- Excellent Teacher-training experience
- Full-time, Long-term position
- Earn £300 per week
As a Computer Science Teaching assistant you will be supporting a number of students of all abilities and ages and you must find innovative ways to support students, allowing them to achieve their full potential. You will be working closely alongside the class teachers and you must bring your extensive knowledge of programming and coding to the table to support students who may be struggling with the more complex topics on the curriculum.
The ideal candidate for this computer science teaching assistant position must have graduated with a 2:1 or higher in your degree and have a strong academic background. You must have strong communication and relationship building skills to effectively motivate and support students.
This school is a secondary school located in Liverpool and has recently been graded 'good' by Ofsted in their last report. This popular secondary school has a proven track record of working with ambitious graduates keen to become teachers, and offering them a bespoke training and development place aimed to prepare their students for exams and you for teacher training!
To apply for this exciting position as a Computer Science Teaching Assistant, click 'Apply' today to send your CV over to Becky at i-teachers.
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