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DISCOVERING WOOD AND ITS ROLE IN SOCIETAL DEVELOPMENT FOR308H1F
Teaching Assistant

Posting Date : May 18, 2017
Closing Date : Posting Expired


Duties

May include preparation of classes and field work, demonstrating laboratories, conducting tutorials, marking lab reports/essays and setting up laboratories.

Qualifications

Background in Forest Biomaterials Science. Has experience in wood identification. Experience grading tests, reports. Academic qualifications, demonstrable suitability for the position, enrolment in a recognized graduate program of study in the Faculty of Forestry or another graduate department, financial need, previous experience, teaching ability, and appropriate background for the course.

Details

Department
Faculty of Forestry
Course ID
FOR308H1F
Campus
St. George
Salary
$43.65 + 4% vacation pay
Course Enrollment
60
Dates of Appointment
Sep 1, 2017 - Dec 31, 2017
Number of Positions
1
Number of Hours
25
How to Apply
Submit application form available at http://forestry.utoronto.ca/employment-o…
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