Job title: APS Graduate Teaching Assistant
Company: University of Saskatchewan
Expected salary: $22.12 per hour
Location: Saskatoon, SK
APS Graduate Teaching Assistant Job Details:
APS Graduate Teaching Assistant
The Department of Animal & Poultry Science invites applications for a Teaching Assistant for the following course during the 2023-2024 Regular session:
Course Name, Course Abbreviation & Number: The Department of Animal & Poultry Science has multiple positions available for teaching assistants. Appointments will vary in nature up to 75 hours per term. Please indicate which courses you are applying for. You may apply for more than one course.
ANSC 212 – Livestock and Poultry Production
ANSC 313 – Animal Breeding and Genetics
ANSC 315 – Animal and Poultry Nutrition
ANSC 316 – Feed Technology
ANSC 355 – Sheep and Goat Management
ANSC 410 – Cow Calf Management
ANSC 430 – Intensive Management of Beef Cattle
ANSC 440 – Poultry Production
ANSC 460 – Dairy Management
ANSC 485 – Swine Production and Management
ANBI 110 – Introductory Animal Bioscience
ANBI 360 – Canine and Feline Science
ANBI 375 – Animals and the Environment
ANBI 411 – Behaviour of Domestic Animals
ANBI 420 – Comparative Animal Endocrinology
ANBI 470 – Applied Animal Biotechnology
ANSC 801 – Animal Experimentation
AGRIC 112 – Animal Agriculture and Food Science
Start Date & End Date: September 2023 or January 2024
Rate of Pay: $22.12 per hour
Duration of Employment: 2023-2024 Regular session
In the appointment of a Teaching Assistant position, your general duties and responsibilities will
be as follows:
- Preparation, delivering and/or attending lectures; demonstrating, marking, student consultation, invigilating, holding office hours, setting up experiments, and conferring with the supervisor in charge as required by the assignment.
- You will report to the faculty supervisor of the class you are assigned.
- The successful candidates are required to report their hours of work through the pay and time reporting service on PAWS unless the signed contract has specified the number of hours.
Skills and Abilities
Minimum of a BSc degree or equivalent in Agriculture or related field.
You must be a current graduate student in the Department of Animal and Poultry Science at the University of Saskatchewan and a member of the Graduate Students’ Association.
- Submit application no later than August 18, 2023.
- Inquiries for this position can be directed to Colin Peterson. firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Indicate which courses you are applying for. You may apply for more than one course.
Where a graduate student is appointed to this position, it will be in-scope of PSAC.
Department: Animal & Poultry Science
Employment Group: Graduate Students – PSAC
Rate of Pay:
Posted Date: 7/28/2023
Closing Date: 8/17/2023
Number of Openings: 0
Work Location: On Campus
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