Maths Graduate Academic Learning Mentor

60.00 - 65.00 GBP Daily
22 Jun 2017
20 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Maths Graduate Academic Learning Mentor

As a recent graduate of a maths based degree are you uninspired by a career in banking or finance? Would you prefer to embark upon a career within education where you will truly be making a difference to the lives of young people?

Perhaps you want to test the waters first as a maths graduate academic learning mentor before fully deciding on which career path is right for you?

This Maths Graduate Academic Learning Mentor role is ideal for a graduate with a maths based degree who would like to gain paid experience within the same school for the academic year before joining a PGCE or SCITT program from September 2018.

Maths Graduate Role:

- Invaluable experience for aspiring Maths teachers
- Paid up to GBP350 per week
- Mon-Fri approx. 8.30 - 4pm
- Potential for a place on the schools SCITT in 2018
- Supportive & friendly Head of Maths
- Outstanding Secondary school & sixth form
- Birmingham, Central Location
- Close to bus/train links
- Interviewing soon for a September start

Maths Graduate Role, Additional Information:

As an academic learning mentor you will be given the opportunity to support students within small group interventions. Some of the students you will be supporting will be both those struggling to achieve their C grade, whilst others may be high-achieving A grade students, aspiring to gain A*'s in Maths. As you build up your confidence in the initial support role you will be given the opportunity to take responsibility for parts of some lessons so that you build experience of what it is like to teach. You will be welcome to help the maths department to plan for lessons and assess students learning, helping to produce next steps for learners, implementing interventions where necessary.

In September 2018 there may also be the option to join this school's school direct programme whereby you can train to teach mathematics without the cost of a PGCE. After a year in this academic learning mentor role you will feel fully embedded in to the school's culture and ethos, meaning that when you do train to teach here you will be confident and raring to go!

With a central Birmingham location and a train station which goes straight to the city centre, this secondary & sixth form is in an ideal location for those reliant on public transport and even has its own car park which is free to staff.

If education is the right path for you, this academic learning mentor role will be the perfect stepping stone on your journey to become a fantastic maths teacher in the future, inspiring young people to develop a love and enjoyment for maths!

Send your CV today to Natalie Symes by clicking 'apply now', interviews will be held shortly for a September start!