TA/Demo/Tutor/Sem. Leader 1 - BIOL 1030 (CUPE TA)
University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Canada
2d ago

Responsibilities :

  • Attends orientation, planning and coordinating meetings as may be scheduled for staff in the course.- May be required to attend lectures and other sessions of instruction in the course.
  • Consults with the employment supervisor responsible for the course(s) for direction on assigned responsibilities.- Prepares instructional material such as handouts, assignments, problem sets, tests, exams and presents to students in a variety of settings such as tutorials, laboratories, or seminars.
  • Marks student work including the work submitted by students in the tutorial, lab or seminar for which she / he is responsible and the assigned portion of the work submitted by students in the course generally, e.
  • g. the midterm exam, final exam or major project, the marking of which may be shared among the staff in a course under the employment supervisor responsible.

  • Consults with students by maintaining regularly scheduled and posted times for such consultation and provides a reasonable amount of informally scheduled consultation if necessary.
  • Such other related duties as may be assigned, e.g. development or adaptation of audio visual material, preparation of experiments, participation in field trips, etc.
  • Occasional approved substitution for other members of the teaching or teaching support staff including the necessary related tasks.
  • May initiate or be required to initiate information to students identifying assignment problems or misinterpretations. If you are an international student you must have a valid study permit which states that you are allowed to work on campus and you must be enrolled as a full-time University of Manitoba student for the duration of any appointment.
  • Applications may be considered after the posting closing date.Qualifications : - Completion of academic studies and experience which have resulted in an expertise specifically appropriate to assisting in the instruction of the course(s) assigned.

  • An empathetic approach to the instructional needs and concerns of students.- Effective skills in the English language. Preference may be given to applicants who are, or will be, a registered student studying in the Department which is posting the employment opportunity at the time that the duties of the position commence.
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