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Future Maths Teacher

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Future Maths Teacher

Are you passionate about working with children and young people? Are you aiming to become a Secondary School teacher but need more experience in a school environment?

Teaching Personnel are working alongside an 'Outstanding' Ofsted Graded Secondary school in Salford to recruit Maths graduates to join their Future Teachers Programme in September 2019.

Teaching Personnel and its partner school have created a 'Future Teachers Programme' to support the recruitment of Maths Graduates who are looking for one year of paid experience before joining a teacher training course. The 'Future Teachers Programme' commences in September 2019 on a full-time basis and will be guaranteed for the full academic year 2019/2020.

This programme will provide Maths Graduates with invaluable skills and experience necessary to become a successful teacher and will also support securing a position on an upcoming teacher training programme.

  • Full-time Maths Graduate Teaching Assistant positions on the 'Future Teachers Programme'
  • Positions available for September 2019 guaranteed until the end of the academic year (2020)
  • Earn up to £1300 per month - competitive rate of pay
  • 'Outstanding' Secondary school located in Salford
  • Maths Graduates are welcome to apply for this position

What are the roles and responsibilities of a Future Teacher?

  • Work with a small group of students in need of extra Maths support
  • Deliver pre-planned Maths focused interventions and monitor pupils' progress
  • Work alongside the class teacher to plan sessions and cover lessons alongside receiving training on what is involved to become a future Maths teacher
  • Full support and training will be provided by an 'Outstanding Teaching School'

Application Requirements

To be accepted onto the Future Teachers Programme, you must have a Maths degree or be coming to the end of the final year of your Maths degree. You must be able to obtain two references from your most recent employer or University tutor and be able to apply for a Child Workforce Enhanced DBS Certificate. Previous experience working with children and young people is desirable but not necessary as full training will be provided.

Following the completion of the Future Teachers Programme, successful Graduates will be supported onto a Schools Direct/teacher training course.

To register your interest, please submit a full CV outlining all experience to Megan Knight. To obtain further information, please contact the Manchester West Secondary Office via the contact details provided below;

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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