Graduate jobs - Education and Training - Guildford
Are you a Graduate looking to break into Psychology and SEN? Do you know your objectives within each profession? Or are you thinking of teaching and training?
Are you a Graduate who is looking to do an MSc conversion to Psychology or thinking of Drama Secondary teaching?
How do you know this industry is right for you? This role is ideal for a Graduate with good academics who understands what students in Guildford are likely to encounter.
This Drama Graduate role will provide you with certainty and uncertainty keep you on your toes and give you a variety within your day that will be hard to replicate within other education roles!
To apply for this Learning Support Assistant role that is ideal for a Drama Graduate, call Mike on 0203 004 0715 and apply now to upload your CV.
Learning Support Assistant role - Education and Training, Guildford - Graduate jobs
***Monday to Friday, £70 per day, 9-5:30
***1st class, 2:1 and 2:2 Graduates
***Working with 6-7 students each week, your students, across a range of different subjects
***Focus on GSCE Maths, English - and then a swing to ICT, Resistant Materials, Food Technology, Health and Beauty. Just a sample of the subjects!
***Working with likeminded adults and graduates
***Full time and Part time available - 3-5 days
***Working with pupils with Social, Emotional and Mental Health/Emotional Behaviour Difficulties
***Aspects of Autism and Anxiety, if you are an aspiring Secondary teacher or Psychologist, this is a phenomenal role
***Permanent opportunities available at the end of the year
To apply or these Graduate Jobs in Guildford, call Mike @ Academics on 0203 004 0715
The School, Education and Training, Guildford
-16-25 - Learning Support Assistant role
-Incredible facilities, animals on site for Autistic pupils
-Large space for PE and Performing Arts
-Working with a large number of fellow Graduates with similar goals and objectives to yourself
-Huge diversity of subjects for each student you are working with
-Focus on pupils with SEMH and EBD