Winter 2024 semester – TA Hire – PHAR 303: Principles of Toxicology

McGill University

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Hiring Unit:
Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics
Course Title and Course Number:
PHAR 303: Principles of Toxicology  
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Total Hours of Work per Term:
60 hours per position
Position Summary:
Coordinate and run tutorials. Coordinate and manage student PowerPoint and oral presentations. Setting up and invigilate exams. Provide individualized assistance to students having difficulty with the course material, including small group tutorial sessions. Grade exam short essays and posters. Answer questions on the myCourses platform.


Graduate student who has successfully passed PHAR 303. And PHAR 563 or equivalent Must have sufficient command of English to be able to help international students.  Very good communication skills and attention to detail.

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