Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduate

Recruiter
i-teachers
Location
Birmingham
Salary
60.00 - 65.00 GBP Daily
Posted
15 Jun 2017
Expires
25 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Contract
Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduate

Are you a recent psychology graduate with experience working with young people previously?

Perhaps you're considering becoming an educational psychologist or a future teacher, hoping to gain paid experience in a teaching assistant role for a full academic year prior to stepping in to your dream role?

Would you enjoy working in a support role / teaching assistant role, helping learners who have additional needs and really adding value and positivity to young learner's education experience?

Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduate Role:

- GBP60 - GBP65 per day
- Long-term role for the full academic year
- Excellent pre-Ed Psych / teacher training experience
- Edgbaston, Birmingham
- Ideal for Psychology graduate
- SEN / 1:1 support
- Interviewing soon for a September start!

Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduate Role Information:

This excellent school is located close to transport links in Birmingham. The school has a proven track record of enabling young students with additional needs to achieve their true potential. The SENCO at this mainstream school values ambitious and driven psychology graduates who have a real passion for enabling children with Special Educational Needs to succeed.

You will be working as part of a friendly and effective team and will be supported by the SENCO in your professional development. As part of your role you will work collaboratively with the class teacher to provide support for the pupil you work with on a One to One basis. It is essential that you are a good communicator and empathetic. It is also important that you are an excellent motivator and can inspire the pupils you work with to be committed to their own learning.

This is an exciting opportunity for a graduate to earn up to GBP300 per week whilst gaining invaluable experience which will enable you to go on to further studies such as teacher training. Don't worry if you have never worked in a school before as some foundation training will be given and you will be supported throughout your year by the Special Educational Needs Department at this wonderful school in Birmingham.

If you have a passion for making a difference and think you would thrive as a Teaching Assistant who is helping a SEN pupil overcome the additional barriers to learning they face, then Apply for this role today!

How to apply?

Click 'apply now' and send your CV to Natalie Symes at i-teachers today to apply for this role! Interviews will be organised ASAP for a September start so don't miss out.