Teaching Assistants ATOC and ESYS courses

Updated: 4 months ago
Location: Old Montreal, QUEBEC

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Hiring Unit:
Atmospheric and Oceanic Science

Course Title and Course Number: (see detailed listing in attachment)
ATOC 181

ATOC 182

ATOC 185

ATOC 214

ATOC 315

ATOC 404

ATOC 512

ATOC 525

ATOC 531

ATOC 540

ESYS 300


Estimated Number of Positions:
Total Hours of Work per Term:

Position Start Date:

August 27, 2023

Position End Date:

December 9, 2023
Position Summary:
Under the general supervision of course instructor. Prepares course material (including laboratory preparation if applicable). Performs grading and maintains grading records. Assists with tutoring. Performs related duties.

B.Sc. degree. Enrollment in M.Sc. or Ph.D. graduate program. Knowledge of the course subject and material. Must be organized and approachable. Ability to deal effectively with diverse range of people. English, spoken and written. Ability to read French desirable.

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All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

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