Biology Graduate - Teaching Assistant

60.00 - 65.00 GBP Daily
15 Jun 2017
25 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Teaching Assistant - Biology Graduate

Have you recently graduated with a Biology degree and considering pursuing a career in teaching?

Would you like to gain a year's worth of work experience as a Teaching Assistant before you submit your PGCE application for next year?

How about working in a outstanding Birmingham Academy with an excellent Science department, whereby the head of science is looking to take on a recent, high achieving Biology graduate for the year?

If you want to gain experience as a Biology Teaching Assistant before undertaking a PGCE or school direct, then we have the ideal school for you!

Teaching Assistant - Biology Graduate

- GBP60 - GBP65 per day
- Edgbaston, Birmingham
- Excellent transport links
- Science Department support role
- School Direct available the following year
- Friendly & supportive team
- Invaluable paid experience
- Interview soon for a September start
- Long-term, full academic year

Teaching Assistant - Biology Graduate

An exciting opportunity has arisen in a secondary school for a biology graduate to join them as a Teaching Assistant. This is a popular school located in Birmingham that have consistently achieved great results year on year.

The Head of Science is looking for Graduate biology Teaching Assistant to join their dynamic and experienced team starting in the new academic year. They are looking for someone with a flair and passion for biology, and ideally be interested in starting a career as a Science teacher in the future.

If you're passionate about science, received a minimum 2:1 in your degree and believe you have the ability to help deliver outstanding and engaging support to students, this Teaching Assistant role based in an exciting Science department could the perfect role for you!

For more information and to apply for this Biology Graduate Teaching Assistant role in a fantastic Academy in Birmingham get in touch ASAP, by emailing a CV and covering letter to Natalie at i-teachers.