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APS110H1 F Engineering Chemistry and Materials Science APS110H1 F
Undergrad TA

Emergency Posting

Posting Date : August 02, 2017
Closing Date : Posting Expired


Duties

The successful candidate must be a senior PhD student in Materials Science & Engineering or Chemical Engineering with demonstrated excellence as a teaching assistant in large first year chemistry and materials science courses. Additional teaching experience in related areas is considered an asset. A strong management skillset will also be required, as this role involves the management of a team of teaching assistants. Excellent communication skills as well as prioritization and time management skills are essential. The teaching assistant will work directly with the course coordinator, Professor Scott Ramsay to support the delivery and ongoing development of the course. This will include the creation of a set of problem set and practice test questions, scheduling and training the TAs to deliver the hands-on activities, and marking. The course is expected to have 400 students. For detailed posting information and application procedure, go to: http://uoft.me/fyojobs

Qualifications

The successful candidate must be a senior PhD student in Materials Science & Engineering or Chemical Engineering with demonstrated excellence as a teaching assistant in large first year chemistry and materials science courses. Additional teaching experience in related areas is considered an asset. A strong management skillset will also be required, as this role involves the management of a team of teaching assistants. Excellent communication skills as well as prioritization and time management skills are essential.

Details

Department
First Year Engineering
Course ID
APS110H1 F
Campus
St. George
Salary
$43.65 + 4% vacation pay
Course Enrollment
400
Dates of Appointment
September 1, 2017 - December 31, 2017
Number of Positions
1
Number of Hours
100
How to Apply
For detailed posting information and application procedure, go to: http://uoft.me/fyojobs…
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