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Job Posting: Research Assistant for Teaching and Learning Centre

September 14, 2017
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The Teaching and Learning Centre requires a research assistant (RA) to help with day-to-day activities as they relate to the online evaluation of teaching and courses at SFU. The RA will work with the Student Evaluation of Teaching and Courses (SETC) team on report and proposal writing. 

This  position starts as soon as possible with a total work time of 150-200 hours over 4 months (Sept-Dec).

Education Requirements:

  • Undergraduate degree in a quantitative science, education, business administration, or social sciences, with one year of related experience including experience in research methods, analysis, survey methodologies, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience 
  • Some domain expertise in teaching assessment 

 This position is based at the Burnaby campus and pays $20/hr for Masters students and $25/hr for PhD students.

To apply, send a detailed resume and cover letter Michelle Vanchu-Orosco, Manager, Assessment and Course Evaluation (mvanchuo@sfu.ca)  by 4:30 pm on September 15, 2017.

For the full job posting, please see the PDF below.

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