Winter 2024 semester – TA hire – PHAR 599 D2: Pharmacology Research Project

McGill University

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Hiring Unit:

Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Course Title and Course Number:

PHAR 599 D2: Pharmacology Research Project

(Winter term)

Estimated Number of Positions:

1

Total Hours of Work per Term:

35

Position Summary:

Helps organize student presentations, informing individuals about their dates of presentations, assisting with projections using computer and composing report sheets showing student names, supervisors, e-mails, titles of presentations; grading of presentations and assisting with grading of manuscripts.  Attends student presentations.  Creates summary

Qualifications:

A Teaching Assistant is a Graduate Student at the Master’s or Doctoral level, at McGill University, employed to assist a course Supervisor. Graduate student with good grasp of pharmacology.  Very good communication skills.  Basic computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

***Only registered McGill students can be hired as TA’s

Hourly Salary:

$33.03

Position Start Date:

2024-01-08

Position End Date:

2024-05-03

Deadline to Apply:

2023-11-03

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