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Are you a recent 2019/2020 University graduate, with access to transport that can get you around several Bradford Secondary schools in September?

I am currently working directly with a number of Bradford Secondary schools who are looking to secure placements for flexible recent University Graduates. If you have a degree in any of the EBCC subjects then I would like to hear from you as soon as you read this.

September is going to be the first of its kind for this generation of students and teachers, with one of the longest breaks in memory. With many students needing additonal support and tutoring the schools are turning to you, the gradute to help bridge the gap and help the students get back on track, hopefuly as quickly as possible.

You will be working in your main content area and working with small groups of students and in some cases 1:1 settings. You will be tasked with getting the students back in to the routine of learning and up to speed hopefully as quickly as possible.

This role will be very flexible you could be required to work a few hours a day as to not over load the students, or some schools may prefer to work all day and work with different groups – every school will do this differnet.

 To be considred for this role you must be a recent graduate of an EBAC subject or already have small group and tutoring experiences:

You will be a DBS on the Update service – if you do not have one we will be able to help you secure one:

You will need to send an up to date professional CV via the link. This will have a full 6 year work history, you will start from today and list everything you have done over the last 6 years. As a recent graduate it is likely high school was in the last 6 years, then pease add that. If you are a mature graduate then you will add whatever roles you have had.

Interviews and placement will be shortlisted as soon as possible!

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. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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