Tutor Marker/Teaching Assistant Postings

Spring 2023

Teaching Assistant and Tutor Marker positions within the Department of Archaeology will be posted 10 weeks prior to the commencement of the semester and will close 8 weeks prior to the commencement of the semester. Formal offers will be given commencing 6 weeks prior to the semester and completed at least 4 weeks prior to semester start.

Department of Archaeology
Tutor Marker/Teaching Assistant Positions

Posted: Oct 24, 2022, Departmental Website, Central Posting Website, TSSU

      All positions located at Burnaby Campus unless otherwise stated.

Tutor Marker Positions

ARCH 101-3 Reconstucting the Human Past (Distance Ed-3.17*) D. Maxwell

Teaching Assistant Positions

ARCH 100-3 Ancient Peoples and Places (ONLINE-3.17*) D. Maxwell

ARCH 100-3 Ancient Peoples and Places (day-3.17* no tutorials) F. Berna

ARCH 101-3 Reconstructing the Human Past (day-4.17*) B. Muir

ARCH 101-3 Reconstructing the Human Past 3.17 (ONLINE) D. Maxwell

ARCH 131-3 Human Origins (ONLINE-3.17*) D. Sandgathe

ARCH 131-3 Human Origins (day-3.17* no tutorials) D. Sandgathe

ARCH 226-3 Prehistory of Religion (ONLINE-3.17*) D. Maxwell

ARCH 273-3 Archaeology of the New World (day-3.17* no tutorials) R. Reimer

ARCH 285Q-4 Archaeological Science (day- 4.17* no tutorials) F. Berna

ARCH 301-3 Ancient Visual Art (ONLINE-4.17*) TBA

ARCH 340-5 Zooarchaeology (day-5.17* no tutorials) C. Giovas

ARCH 344-3 Primate Behavior (day-4.17* no tutorials) B. Galdikas

ARCH 376Q-4 Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (day-4.17* no tutorials) B. Muir

ARCH 383-3 Ancient & Forensic DNA (day-4.17* no tutorials) D. Yang

ARCH 442-4 Forensic Anthropology (day-4.17* no tutorials) TBA

ARCH 471W-5 Archaeological Theory (day-5.17* no tutorials) R. Jamieson

*indicates tentative base units

Minimum Qualifications

"Sufficient knowledge in the discipline of the course to interpret the course material" (from Article 13 B.1.).


In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to people who are eligible for employment in Canada at the time of application. Please submit your application through the employment opportunities section of the Departmental website which can be accessed at the following address: 


Application Deadline:  November 07, 2022


Priority for appointment/reappointment as a Teaching Assistant or Tutor Marker is in accordance with the TSSU Collective Agreement and the Department of Archaeology’s Hiring Priority Policy. Please note that all Teaching Assistant positions are in the Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU).

Appointments are subject to sufficient enrollment and final budgetary authorization.



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