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Chemical Principles I CHM110H5S
TA Administrator

Posting Date : March 17, 2020
Closing Date : April 06, 2020  (Posting Expired)


Duties may include coordinating the TA schedule, arranging for make-up/late work, coordinating signing of TA's DDAH forms, administration of make-up exam, contacting students, booking rooms, and photocopying class resources.


*Note: Position(s) is/are dependent on actual course enrolment and is/are not guaranteed. B.Sc. in Chemistry. Sound knowledge and proven ability in the course to evaluate students' work fairly and consistently within the UofT's standards. Good communication skills are required as well.


Chemical and Physical Sciences
Course ID
CUPE 3902 (Unit 1) salaries
Course Enrollment
Dates of Appointment
Jan 2021 - Apr 2021
Number of Positions
Number of Hours
How to Apply
First time & Undergraduate applicants : Please submit your CV and Unit 1 TA Application to cpstajobs.utm@utoronto.ca. Returning CPS Graduate Students: Please submit your Unit 1 TA Application to cpstajobs.utm@utoronto.ca.
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