Assist course instructor in delivery of laboratory demonstrations; Supervise group sessions; Consult with students and supervisor; Invigilating tests/exams and marking of course assignments/tests/exam; Hold office hours; respond to student queries.
Successful applicants will have a Masters degree (completed or in progress) in one of the forensic sub discipline fields [ANT, BIO, CHM, PSY], forensic identification training/experience is required; demonstrated excellence in course subject matter; knowledge of Canadian Policing Services & Canadian Forensic Ident procedures and techniques and/or prior experience is required. WHIMIS training is an asset. Appointment to a course is subject to approval by the Program Director. Preference is given to qualified graduate students registered with SGS, who have in addition, obtained their B.Sc. in Forensic Science at UTM and who work in research labs within the related forensic sub disciplines at UTM. Under exceptional circumstances, consideration can be given to senior undergraduate BSc degree and Forensic Science students who have completed both FSC300H5 F and FSC302H5 with a minimum B standing overall and B+ in their most recent five credits.
- Forensic Science Program
- Course ID
- $46.24 per hour + 4% vacation pay
- Course Enrollment
- Dates of Appointment
- July 6 - August 30, 2020
- Number of Positions
- Number of Hours
- Total Hours up to 140: 2 TA positions at 70 hrs each (total number of assigned hours for all positions is dependent on course enrolment).
- Tutorial/Lab Schedule
- Yes, Practicals PRA0101 Wednesdays 3-5pm; PRA0102: Wednesdays 5-7pm at UTM
- How to Apply
- Submit applications online at: http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/forensic/job-…