- Psychology Graduate Support Worker
- Primary School near Kilburn
- Camden – North West London
- A RARE FTC with a salary of £20,836 – £21,559
- September start
- ASAP interview
WhoFoundWho are a talent management consultancy that has partnerships with schools across London, helping Graduates that want to build education-related careers, find long-term support roles.
One primary school near the vibrant Kilburn area of Camden with overground links, requires a number of Psychology Graduates to provide high-quality support, from September.
If you are interested in careers such as Teaching, Educational or Clinical Psychology or Speech & Language Therapy, this is a perfect Psychology Graduate Support Worker role for you.
They have needs across the school so dependent on your background and skillset, de on whether you will be placed in EYFS, KS1 or KS2. This is a varied role where you will get to provide first-class support within the classroom and on a 121 and small-group basis. Getting to work with various pupils from an array of socioeconomic backgrounds including those with SEN/EAL and behaviour, will equip you with the skillset that will springboard you onto that next step in your career path.
If you wish to apply the theoretical knowledge you have acquired in your degree, into an educational setting, whilst mastering the foundations of education – GET IN TOUCH! This Psychology Graduate Support Worker role will not be around for long!
For those that are considering a career teaching, they also have strong teacher training links, and if you impress, would be awarded a place on their programme the following year.
What are the next steps?
- Prepare your CV as well as a Personal Statement – Psychology Graduate Support Worker.
- Apply below and begin your journey with WFW
- Alternatively, get in contact with the team at WFW on 0330 088 7846 if you are looking for similar roles but in another London region.
Psychology Graduate Support Worker | Primary School near Kilburn | Camden – North West London| A RARE FTC with a salary of £20,836 – £21,559 | September start | ASAP interview