Psychology Postings

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.

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*Please see the Psychology Department website for additional information.

 

Sessional Instructor (SI) and Course Supervisor (CS) positions in Psychology for SPRING 2020 

( January 2 ,2020 - April 30, 2020)  

The department of Psychology invites applications for the position of SI for the following Spring 2020 courses:

SI - PSYC 210 - Intro to Data Analysis in Psychology - Surrey - SPRING 2020

SI - PSYC 308 - History & Systems of Modern Psychology - Burnaby - SPRING 2020

SI - PSYC 325 - Memory - Burnaby - SPRING 2020

SI - PSYC 354 - Development of Children's Thinking - Vancouver - SPRING 2020

SI - PSYC 358 - Language and Social Interaction - Burnaby - SPRING 2020

SI - PSYC 367 - Psychological Perspectives on Human Sexuality - Burnaby - SPRING 2020

SI - PSYC 371 - Intervention: Process and Outcome - Burnaby - SPRING 2020

SI - PSYC 391 - Stalking & Partner Violence - Burnaby - SPRING 2020

SI - PSYC 391 - Indigenous People & Psychology - Burnaby - SPRING 2020

CS - PSYC 362 - Close Relationships - CODE - SPRING 2020

CS - PSYC 376 - Experimental Psychology and Law - CODE - SPRING 2020

 

Deadline for application: Friday August 16, 2019

http://www.sfu.ca/psychology

 

Sessional Instructor (SI) positions in Psychology for FALL 2019 

( August 28 ,2019 - December 24, 2019)  

The department of Psychology invites applications for the position of SI for the following Fall 2019 courses:

SI - PSYC 210 - Intro to Data Analysis in Psychology - Vancouver - FALL 2019

Deadline for application: Wednesday July 3rd, 2019

http://www.sfu.ca/psychology

 

Teaching Assistant (TA) positions in Psychology for FALL 2019 

( August 28 ,2019 - December 24, 2019)  

The department of Psychology invites applications for the position of TA for the following Fall 2019 courses:

TA - PSYC 100 - Intro to Psychology I - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 100 - Intro to Psychology I - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 100 - Intro to Psychology I - Surrey - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 102 - Intro to Psychology II - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 102 - Intro to Psychology II - Surrey - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 102 - Intro to Psychology II - Vancouver - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 201W - Intro to Research Methods in Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 201W - Intro to Research Methods in Psychology - Dist. Ed. - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 210 - Intro to Data Analysis in Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 221 - Intro to Cognitive Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 241 - Intro to Abnormal Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 250 - Intro to Development Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 260 - Intro to Social Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 268 - Intro to Law and Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 280 - Intro to Biological Psychology - Dist. Ed. - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 300W - Critical Analysis of Issues in Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 301 - Intermediate Research Methods and Data Analysis - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 303 - Perception - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 308 - History and Systems of Modern Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 330 - Attention - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 352 - Culture & Development - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 354 - Development of Children's Thinking - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 357 - Adulthood and Aging - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 359 - Developmental Disabilities - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 362 - Close Relationships - Dist. Ed. - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 363 - Intergroup Relations - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 365 - Health Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 376 - Experimental Psychology and Law - Dist. Ed. - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 379 - Clinical Forensic Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 382 - Cognitive Neuroscience - Burnaby - FAll 2019

TA - PSYC 383 - Psychopharmacology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 386/925 - Laboratory in Behavioral Neuroscience - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 388 - Biological Rhythms and Sleep - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 391 - Intro to Clinical Psychology - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 391 - Individual Differences in Social Psychology - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 391 - Psychology of Emotion - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 391 - Well Being: Measurement & Modelling Challenges - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 391 - Research Methods - Burnaby - FALL 2019

TA - PSYC 825 - Clinical Practice - Burnaby - FALL 2019

Deadline for application: Monday July 8th, 2019

http://www.sfu.ca/psychology

 

 

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

 

 

Resources for TAs/TMs/Sessionals

The following links will help you get your medical coverage and other benefits, as well as help you learn how to become a better teacher.

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