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Quantitative Methods for Policy Analysis PPG1004H Fall
TA

Emergency Posting

Posting Date : June 30, 2017
Closing Date : Posting Expired


Duties

The T.A. will assist in the supervision of the final exam of this course. Marking tests and term papers. Possible office hours. Assist Instructor in overall coordination of the course using BLACKBOARD.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate has taken undergraduate/graduate courses in quantitative methods/statistics and had a solid academic performance so as to adequately support the MPP students. The ideal candidate has some experience providing exam invigilation assistance.

Details

Department
School of Public Policy and Governance
Course ID
PPG1004H Fall
Campus
St. George
Salary
F: SGS I/II: $43.65/hour
Course Enrollment
80
Dates of Appointment
Number of Positions
TBA
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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