English Graduate for Academic Mentor September 2018 Barking
English Graduate for Academic Mentor
“To the world you may just be a teacher, but to your pupils you are a hero”
Are you completing your degree in the summer and have exceptional talents in both English Language and Linguistics?
Starting your career as an Academic Mentor can allow you to teach and convey subjects you are passionate about in a new light and watch people develop their knowledge, what could be more rewarding then that?
Here at EduStaff we support graduates in finding full-time, long-term roles in schools before making the decision whether teaching is the path they want to go down!
***English Graduate for Barking and Dagenham – high-achieving secondary school
***English Graduate with minimum 2:1 classification and strong A-levels and GCSE’s
***Experience working with young people essential!
***Long-term, full-time role – no day-to day or supply.
***£60-£70 a day for English Graduate
***Amazing Teacher Training opportunities after first term of being Academic Mentor
The ideal applicant will possess strong subject knowledge of English language and literature (demonstrated in degrees and A-levels) and will have prior experience in a similar role. It is extremely desirable if you have a strong academic background in other subjects so you can provide multiple subject support.
Responsibilities of English Graduate
>Taking pupils out for interventions and 1:1 sessions across GCSE and A-level
>Preparing the class and resources with the English Department
>Provide support in other subjects you are strong within (Media, Arts)
>Act as a positive role model to the school-wide
>Carry out general ad-hoc duties (photocopying, marking homework, organising trips)
If you are a determined English graduate who wants to find their perfect role in education before thinking of Teacher Training, send your CV to Sophie at EduStaff
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