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Putting Public Policy Into Action PPG1007H
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Emergency Posting

Posting Date : June 19, 2017
Closing Date : Posting Expired


Duties

You will work closely with the Lecturers and the class to achieve the following: i) the development of critical, timely and relevant background materials and case studies to support in-class exercises and studentsÂ’ individual and group graded assignments on applied policy development and implementation; ii) critical and timely feedback to the Lectures based on your own Year 1 MPP experience and the first year class, on the course syllabus, readings, examples and exercises; iii) development, co-ordination and delivery of course-related workshops; iv) preliminary marking of some assignments; v) clear communications across the Sections regarding Instructor expectations and assignments; vi) effective liaison with guest speakers around their topics, dates, logistics.

Qualifications

An academic background at the graduate level in public policy is an asset
-Excellent research and writing skills
-Demonstrated leadership, communications and co-ordination skills
-Demonstrated interest in contributing to the development of the course
-Basic knowledge of the Blackboard learning system (training can be provided)

Details

Department
School of Public Policy and Governance
Course ID
PPG1007H
Campus
St. George
Salary
F: SGS I/II: $43.65/hour
Course Enrollment
85
Dates of Appointment
Number of Positions
2
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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