These postings are updated by SFU's departments. Applicants should make sure that they can meet the departments' requirements and application deadlines. Please apply directly to the department where the job posting is located. Please check your department's job posting website as well.
*Please see the Psychology Department website for additional information.
Sessional Instructor Position - SUMMER 2017 (May 7th to August 31th 2018)
PSYC 391 - Conceptual Issues in Psychology - Burnaby Campus or Surrey Campus (TO BE DETERMINED)
Application deadline: Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Teaching Assistant Positions - SPRING 2018 (January 3rd to April 27th 2018)
**Application has been posted on the Department website.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, November 7, 2017 at 4pm
*All classes take place at SFU Burnaby Campus unless otherwise indicated
PSYC 100 - Introductory to Psychology I - Marker(s)
PSYC 100@SRY - Introductory to Psychology I - SURREY Campus - Marker
PSYC 102 - Introductory to Psychology II - Marker(s)
PSYC 102@SRY - Introductory to Psychology II - SURREY Campus - Marker
PSYC 201W - Research Methods - Labs
PSYC 201W Dist. Ed. - Research Methods - Distance Education - TM
PSYC 210 - Data Analysis - Labs
PSYC 210@SRY - Data Analysis - SURREY Campus - Labs
PSYC 221 - Intro to Cognition - Marker(s)
PSYC 241 - Intro to Abnormal PSYC - Marker(s)
PSYC 250 - Intro to Developmental PSYC - Marker(s)
PSYC 260 - Intro to Social PSYC - Marker(s)
PSCY 268 - Intro to Law & PSYC - Marker(s)
PSYC 268 Dist. Ed. - Intro to Law & PSYC - Distance Education - TM
PSYC 280 Dist. Ed. - Intro to Biological PSYC - Distance Education - TM
PSYC 300W - Critical Issues in PSYC - Tutorials
*Please note that TA's for PSYC 300W must be available to attend a mandatory meeting on Tuesdays at 11:30am prior to Tuesday 12:30pm lecture
PSYC 301- Intermediate Research Methods - Labs
PSYC 303 - Perception - Partial load Marker
PSYC 308 - History - Marker(s)
PSYC 308@SRY - History - SURREY Campus - Marker
PSYC 325 - Memory - Marker
PSYC 330 - Attention - Marker(s)
PSYC 352 - Culture & Development - Marker
PSYC 355 - Adolescence & Youth - Marker(s)
PSYC 357 - Adulthood & Aging - Marker
PSYC 359 - Developmental Disabilities - Marker
PSYC 362 - Close Relationships - Marker(s)
PSYC 363 - Intergroup Relations - Marker
PSYC 365 - Health PSYC - Marker(s)
PSYC 366 - Environmental Sustainability - Marker(s)
PSYC 371 - Intervention: Process & Outcome - Marker(s)
PSYC 376 - Dist. Ed. - PSYC & the Law - TM
PSYC 379 - Clinical Forensic PSYC - Tutorials
PSYC 381 - Behavioral Endocrinology - Marker
PSYC 385 - Evolution & PSYC - Marker(s)
PSYC 387 - Human Neuropsychology - Partial load Marker
PSYC 388 - Dist. Ed. - Biological Rhythms & Sleep - TM
PSYC 389@SRY - Motivation & Emotion - SURREY Campus - Marker
PSYC 391 - The Science of Happiness - Marker
PSYC 391/ 715 - Data Communication - Partial load Marker
PSYC 825 - CPC Psychological Testing - Partial load Marker
Cognitive Science TA Positions:
COGS 100 - Exploring the Mind - Marker
COGS 100@SRY - Exploring the Mind - SURREY Campus - Marker
COGS 110 - Learning & Everyday Life - Marker(s)
Priority System for TA/TM Appointments
Department of Psychology & Cognitive Science Program
September 26, 2016
Priority of qualified applicants to TA and TM positions in the Department of Psychology & the Cognitive Science Program is in accordance with Article XIII and Article XV of the Collective Agreement. In hiring Teaching Assistants (or TM), priority shall be given to applicants in the following order:
In hiring teaching assistants, priority for appointment will be given to applicants in the following order:
a. Graduate students registered in the department .
b. Qualified Graduate students registered in other departments.
c. Currently registered Honors students.
d. External and/or Undergraduate applicants.
Note: Graduate students new to SFU, admitted to either the PSYCH MA or Ph.D. program will have priority for Introductory Psychology TA assignments.
Detailed Priority System:
a. Applicant & Instructor Preference
b. Expertise in the subject matter/area
c. Dollar value of financial support offered at the time of admission
d. Number of base units already received to ensure sufficient teaching-related experience in her/his field of study.
e. Past TA ratings from employment evaluations
f. Previous teaching experience
g. Funding for RAships , practica & internships
If an assignment within a priority group requires a selection between applicants, the graduate student without financial support from merit based scholarships or fellowships with a value equal to at least 5.17 base units, will have priority for the appointment.
Please see the Psychology Department website for additional information: http://www.sfu.ca/psychology
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