Graduate Teaching Assistant
University of Saskatchewan
In the appointment of Teaching Assistant, your general duties and responsibilities will be:
Preparing for and leading student study sessions, attending lectures, marking and invigilation, holding office hours, student consultation, and conferring with the supervisor in charge as required.
Your general location of work will be 1A60 HLTH and you will report to Dr. Brian Eames.
Required Number of Hours: Up to 12 hours per week
Duration of Employment: Winter term of 2023-2024 regular session
Course Name, Abbreviation and Number: CPPS 330.3 The Principles of Developmental Biology
Start and End Dates: January 2 to April 30, 2024
Qualifications (Skills and Abilities)
Previous developmental biology coursework (such as CPPS 330) or a developmental biology thesis project.
You must be registered in a graduate program.
Interested applicants must include the following in their application: Cover letter, curriculum vitae.
Send your application materials to: [email protected] no later than November 14, 2023.
Inquiries for this position can be directed to Dr. Brian Eames.
Where a graduate student is appointed to this position, it will be in scope of PSAC.
Employment Group: Graduate Students – PSAC
Rate of Pay: Current rates of pay
Posted Date: 11/8/2023
Closing Date: 11/14/2023
Number of Openings: 1
Work Location: On Campus
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