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Teaching Assistant Posting: School of Health and Human Performance

Posted by School of Health and Human Performance on December 4, 2012 in Job Postings

TEACHING ASSISTANT POSTING
DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3H 4H6

POSTING DATE:  December 4, 2012

APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 12, 2012

POSITION: Winter Teaching Assistants (January to April 2013)

CLASS, CLASS NAME, ASSIGNMENT (hours/term):
HPRO/KINE 2250: Human Nutrition (TA 110)
KINE 1102: Physical Activity and Health (TA 110)
KINE 2430: Motor Control and Learning (TA 110)

DEPARTMENT: School of Health and Human Performance

PAY RATE: In accordance with Agreement between Dalhousie University and Canadian Union of Public Employees (http://humanresources.dal.ca/Files/Employment/CUPE_3912_Collective_Agreement.pdf).

WORK ASSIGNMENT: The teaching assistant will be responsible for duties which may include: preparation of teaching material, in-class duties (tutorials, lectures, etc), marking, invigilation, office duties, and communication with students and supervisor.

REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION: Enrolment in a graduate program in relevant subject area; alternatively, a graduate of a Health Promotion or Kinesiology program or enrolment in a relevant senior level undergraduate program. Applicants must be familiar with the subject matter and be available during scheduled class and/or laboratory times throughout the term. Previous instructional and marking experience would be an asset.

If you are interested in the above position, please submit a cover letter and a resume by the application deadline to (only electronic applications will be accepted):

School of Health and Human Performance
Dalhousie University
Phone: 902 494-1204
Fax: 902 494-5120
Email: hahp@dal.ca

All offers of employment are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is an Employment Equity/Affirmative Action employer. The University encourages applications from qualified Aboriginal peoples, people with a disability, racially visible persons, and women.