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Non-Guaranteed Teaching Assistant - Job Posting

The Department of Religious Studies is hiring TA's for Arabic.

Aug 18, 2020

Non-Guaranteed Teaching Assistant - Job Posting

 

Department/School/Unit:        Religious Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences                      Bargaining Unit:                         CUPE 3906, Unit #1

Wage Rate:                             Class ‘B’  

 

Course #

Course Title

# of TAs required

Term**

# of Hours

Projected Enrolment

(cap)

Supervisor

Anticipated Duties

(see below)

 ARABIC 2AA3 / SCAR 2AA3

 

Introduction to Modern Standard Arabic

 

1

 Fall 2020

 130 (+3)

 50

 Abdelhalim Elamroussy

 L, S, G, P, I, O

(online format)

 ARABIC 2AA3 / SCAR 2AA3

 

Introduction to Modern Standard Arabic

 

1

 Winter 2021

 130 (+3)

 50

 

Abdelhalim Elamroussy

 L, S, G, P, I, O

(online format TBD)

   

As defined by the applicable Undergraduate or Graduate calendar found at:  http://registrar.mcmaster.ca/registered/publications.html

http://graduate.mcmaster.ca/graduate-calendar

 

Anticipated Duties:

L

Leading Tutorials/Overseeing Laboratories/Field Trip Supervision

P

Preparation (Reading, Attending Lectures, Meeting with Instructor)

S

Student Consultation (Emails, Office Hours)

I

Invigilation

G

Grading (Marking, Entering Marks)

O

Other duties as assigned:

 

Lecture/Laboratory/Tutorial Locations, Times and Days (if available):  Please review the Undergraduate Course Timetable prior to applying / indicating your preferences, as TAs may be required to attend some classes.  The timetable can be found at  https://registrar.mcmaster.ca/enrol/class-search/.

 

Please note: “C” indicates core section, “L” indicates laboratory section, “T” indicates tutorial section, “D” indicates day and “E” indicates evening.

 

Skills, Qualifications, Abilities and Experience – Required & Preferred:

Applicants’ academic qualifications and ability, as well as previous experience with course material will be among the factors considered in allocating these assignments.  Applicants must submit a letter of introduction and a resumé listing academic qualifications, previous employment, experience with course material, names of two academic references, and a copy of your course timetable.

 

Applications by email should be submitted to: 

Sheryl Dick, Administrator, Department of Religious Studies, dickshe@mcmaster.ca

 

Application Deadline:  Wednesday, September 2, 2020

 

McMaster is strongly committed to employment equity within its community, and to recruiting a diverse faculty and staff.  The University encourages applications from all qualified candidates including women, persons with disabilities, First Nations, Metis and Inuit persons, members of racialized communities and LGBTQ-identified persons.