Russell Group Graduate Teaching Assistant Programme

Recruiter
i-teachers
Location
Birmingham
Salary
60.00 - 65.00 GBP Daily
Posted
29 Jun 2017
Expires
27 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Contract
Russell Group Graduate Teaching Assistant Programme

Are you a recent graduate of a top university?

Perhaps you're considering a role as a teacher in the future, but you would ideally like to gain school-based experience prior to embarking upon teacher training?

Would this competitively paid Russell Group Graduate teaching assistant role be the ideal stepping stone towards achieve your career ambition of becoming a teacher in the future?

Russell Group Graduate Teaching Assistant Programme

- Mon-Fri working hours
- Paid GBP60-GBP65 per day
- Excellent experience prior to teaching
- Potential to join the school's own teacher training in 2018
- Various locations across the West Midlands
- Core subject graduates required
- Must be highly academic and ambitious
- September start
- Interviewing now!

The Russell Group graduate teaching assistant programme is ideal paid experience for ambitious graduates who are looking to potentially go in to a career within education. You must be a confident high achiever who can show that they have achieved both good A Levels (A-C) as well as having a 2.1 or higher degree at a top university. The school's we work with are located in various areas of the West Midlands including Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Walsall, Solihull, Sandwell and others. We work with a range of school's including outstanding schools and schools which have their very own teacher training for bright graduates to embark upon in 2018 should you wish to do so! If you are leaning more towards the traditional PGCE route in 2018 the experience gained on this graduate programme will be invaluable and will make sure your top of the class when it comes to getting a place on a PGCE course!

This teaching assistant role includes working with small groups and on a one to one basis with a range of learners. Students will be aged from 11 up to 18 and will be of varying abilities. Some students will be on the borderline C/D and need extra support to boost their outcomes, whilst others will be A/A* students who could benefit from additional support to ensure they reach their potential. This role will be very rewarding as the more effort you put in the more you will see learners making progress. What better way to spend your time than supporting the future generations to become happy, individual and successful young people?

Apply today to take the first step on your journey towards working in education by clicking 'apply now' and sending your CV to Natalie at i-teachers.