Become an Academic Mentor
Discover, explore and engage in the world of education and teaching as you become a key contributor to the country’s recovery from Covid-19, as part of the government-funded National Tutoring Programme.
Make a difference as an Academic Mentor through tailored one-to-one and small group tuition for pupils whose education has been most impacted by the pandemic to help them reach their full potential.
We are recruiting full-time Academic Mentors to place in schools to deliver tuition in various subjects. You can select from a range of schools in your area and state your preference for being based in a primary or secondary school. As an Academic Mentor you will be a critical member of the team, working alongside the pupils’ teacher to provide 15-hour blocks of tuition for those who need it most.
In primary schools, Academic Mentors will support with: literacy, numeracy and science.
In secondary schools: English, numeracy, science, humanities and modern foreign languages.
Your required qualifications:
Have a university degree in any subject (2.2) or above
Or have Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)
Must have Level 4 (Grade C) or above in GCSE Maths and English or equivalent qualifications
Your responsibilities of the role:
Working with Senior Leadership Team (SLT) in the school to identify the support each pupil needs
Identify learning gaps and and help create bespoke intervention programmes for pupils
Developing and delivering engaging sessions to support a range of learning styles with clear learning objectives, considering any barriers to learning or additional needs
Delivering measurable outcomes from each session to track progress
The Academic Mentor role is perfect for recent graduates, those looking for a route into teaching or a career change, through:
- Expert online training from Liverpool Hope University
- £19,000 salary, including paid holidays
- Ongoing CPD and an excellent aftercare programme
Implement your ideas. Build relationships. Raise the confidence in pupils. Help shape their future.
We value diversity and we don't discriminate on the grounds of age, ethnicity, disability, gender, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation or any other characteristics protected or otherwise. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer that values diverse talent and encourages applications from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We strive to be inclusive at each stage of the recruitment process and in line with our aim to promote diversity in our workforce, we also have a diversity & inclusion policy.
We are an inclusive employer and should you require any reasonable adjustments in order to complete any aspect of the recruitment process, please contact us.
Stage 1: Register your details
The first step is to submit a registration form. This will capture your contact details, and enable us to create a profile on the system for you.
Stage 2: CV Upload
Our recruiters will want to know about your experience and qualifications, so once you have a profile, you will be required to upload a CV and build it out, by stating your preferences i.e. school type and location.
Stage 3: Live video interview
Following a screen of your CV by our recruitment team, you will be invited to complete a live video interview hosted via Modern Hire. This interview will last 30 minutes and be conducted by a member of our recruitment team. We will provide more details to applicants prior to the interview, but you can expect to answer questions about your CV, in addition to some competency and scenario questions. If you are successful at this final stage, we will look to extend an offer.
Schools across England.