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Governance and Institutions PPG1000H Fall 2017 session

Emergency Posting

Posting Date : June 29, 2017
Closing Date : Posting Expired


Mark papers. Assist instructors in overall course coordination


PhD candidate in Political Science, with specialization in Public Policy subfield
- Past experience teaching/TAing at the School of Public Policy and Governance is an asset
- Exceptional research and writing skills
- Demonstrated communications and organization skills


School of Public Policy and Governance
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PPG1000H Fall 2017 session
St. George
SGS I/II: $43.65/hour
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How to Apply
Applicants should submit a cover letter and CV by July 21/17. Applications should be sent by email to the School of Public Policy & Governance to both: anita.srinivasan@utoronto.ca and z.anaya@utoronto.ca.
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