Are you a Physics graduate looking for a position within education?
Can you keep the energy levels of students high and stop them from getting easily distracted?
A school in Medway, Kent, is seeking a Physics Academic Mentor to join them immediately to support the teaching and learning of Physics across the school!
*** Physics Academic Mentor position in Medway, Kent
*** You must have a minimum of a 2:2 in your Physics related degree
*** Daily rate of £60-£65 as a Physics Academic Mentor
*** Interviewing now for an immediate start
*** Previous school experience desirable, but not essential
For this Physics Academic Mentor position, you should be a talented and highly academic graduate who can demonstrate a clear passion for the core subject. It is important for this position that you have brilliant communication skills in order to establish new relationships with both students and staff quickly and effectively. The school needs a Physics Academic Mentor who has the passion and skills to help students reach and exceed their potential and predicted achievement.
The school are looking for a Physics Academic Mentor who will be confident working across all key stages including A-Level. Although you will be supporting the teaching and learning across the entire school, you will be working specifically with GCSE and A-Level students to ensure that they are meeting their academic targets. This Physics Academic Mentor role will entail working with students of different abilities. You should be comfortable working with students on both a one-to-one basis and in group ‘booster’ sessions.
Located in Medway, Kent, this charming secondary school has an excellent reputation with members of the local community. It is seen as a hub of social activity and has strong links with nearby charities and businesses. Academic achievement at this school is exemplary, particularly within STEM subjects, and many students leave the school to attend leading universities.
Click ‘Apply now’ to send your CV to Richard Pentecost at EduStaff today.
Please note: due to the volume of Physics Academic Mentor applications, only successful applicants will be contacted