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FRE 240H1F Introduction to Literary Analysis FRE 240H1F
Teaching Assistant

Emergency Posting

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


Duties

Doctoral student in French literature. University-level teaching experience, native or near-native proficiency in written and spoken French Preparation, conducting tutorials, attending instructor’s course, grading including of final examination. Applicants should submit a cover letter and C.V. by August 10, 2017. Applications should be sent to: Professor J. Steele, Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies, French Studies, 50 St. Joseph St., french.undergradchair@utoronto.ca

Qualifications

Doctoral student in French literature. University-level teaching experience, native or near-native proficiency in written and spoken French

Details

Department
French
Course ID
FRE 240H1F
Campus
St. George
Salary
$ 43.65/hour plus 4% vacation pay including 4% vacation pay
Course Enrollment
100
Dates of Appointment
September 1 - December 31, 2017
Number of Positions
1
Number of Hours
125
How to Apply
Applicants should submit a cover letter and C.V. by August 10, 2017. Applications should be sent to: Professor J. Steele, Associate Chair, Undergraduate Studies, French Studies, 50 St. Joseph St., french.undergradchair@utoronto.ca
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