FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT
UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANTS
The Faculty of Management is seeking to hire students (Undergraduate Teaching Assistants) to assist with undergraduate Management courses (September & January terms) for Winter Session 2013/2014 TA’s must be available to start work on campus one week prior to the start of term and through the final exam period after the end of term.
To apply for positions supporting 1st to 3rd year courses, students must be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Management degree program, at UBC’s Okanagan campus (note: a full-time student is defined as minimum of 24 credits (2 terms) for the Winter Session). Priority will be given to fourth year students; third year students may be considered for a MGMT 100 or 200 waiting list.
To apply to support 4th year courses, students must be enrolled in full-time graduate studies, or if an undergraduate, students must have completed the courses to be marked, or if from faculties other than Management, have the educational background to understand the material to be graded. Students currently registered in the course are not eligible.
The successful Teaching Assistants may be involved in the following:
marking assignments and exams
tutorials and lectures
academic assistance to students during office hours
Time commitment: may vary from week to week with a maximum of 12 hours per week.
Wage for this position: $14.94/hour for undergraduate teaching assistants
$ 29.26/hour for GTA2 (graduate teaching assistant enrolled in Masters program) $30.37/hour for GTA1 (graduate teaching assistant enrolled in PhD program)
UBC hires on the basis of merit and is committed to employment equity. We encourage qualified applicants to apply.
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION:
Please email your cover letter and resume to Patrick Vanderburg at email@example.com 4:00pm on April 30, 2013. Please include your student number.
Please make sure to specify your area of interest, and instructor and term preferences.
UBC hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from women, visible minority group members, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity, and others who may contribute to further diversification of ideas. However, Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.