Graduate Learning Mentor - Social Emotional and Life Skills Learning


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Graduate Learning Mentor – Social Emotional and Life Skills Learning (SELS) – Graduate Paid School Experience

Are you a recent graduate who is looking to find a role that will see you supporting young people with both their academic and personal development?

Do you see yourself being able to have a positive impact and empower young people to be the best version of themselves?

Perhaps you had a positive role model who taught you worthwhile life skills that you would like to pass onto the next generation?

Whether you are an aspiring Teacher or Educational Psychologist, this is the perfect paid school experience to gain a broad understanding of the needs of young people and how the education system plays and crucial part in providing the best opportunities to thrive!

Graduate Learning Mentor Overview

Salary: £325 – £350 per week, term-time only

Location: Located in Highgate area of Birmingham

Start date: September 2019

Interview: Shortlisting and interviewing on an ongoing basis – schools are organising graduate trial days

Contract: Whole academic year – September to July

Hours: Full-time, Monday to Friday – hours between 8:30am and 4pm

Application Process: CV application followed by ID checks – early applications advised

Academic Requirements: Minimum 2:1 degree with strong A Levels

Experience: Transferable experience working with children, young people or vulnerable adults highly desirable

Other Requirements: Committed to career in teaching, not afraid of a challenge, personable, positive and proactive

A little more about what you will be doing…

* Supporting 1:1 and small groups inside and outside of the classroom

* Creating and running specific workshops to support social, emotional and life skill development

* This will complement their academic work in a variety of subjects

* Monitoring progress and tailoring sessions to enable maximum impact

* Liaising with all class teachers to communicate outcomes of specific workshops

* Regular catch up meetings with pupils to review and amend targets

* Some communication with parents/carers

* Assist in the classroom as needed

If you can see yourself thriving in graduate paid school experience like this, then send your CV immediately to Jamie at i-teachers