Earth Sciences Postings
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Fall 2022 (1227) TEACHING ASSISTANT (TA) POSITIONS
Application period: June 27 - July 11, 2022
Appointment period: August 29 - December 23, 2022
|EASC 101||Dynamic Earth
|EASC 101||Dynamic Earth
|EASC 103||The Rise and Fall of the dinosaurs
|EASC 202||Introduction to Mineralogy
|EASC 206||Field Geology I||Burnaby*
|EASC 207||Introduction to Applied Geophysics
|EASC 209W**||Environmental Geoscience
|EASC 210||Evolving Earth
||Burnaby||TA||van der Flier-Keller|
|EASC 301||Igneous Petrology
|EASC 302||Sedimentary Petrology
|EASC 315W**||Geochmistry of Natural Waters
|EASC 404||Structural Geology II
|EASC 413||Resource Geotechnics
Duties, Responsibilities and Term of the Appointment
TA/TM duties and scheduled hours will vary from course to course.
Applicants are expected to be available for the entire term of the contract -- August 29 - December 23, 2022
Qualifications for TA/TM positions in the Department of Earth Sciences: A bachelor's or master's degree in Earth Sciences, or equivalent. The Department of Earth Sciences includes a wide range of specializations and, in order to be appointed, a person must have sufficient knowledge in the discipline of the course to interpret the course material, as demonstrated by either having taken the course or equivalent, or through graduate‐level research in the subject area.
*TA must be available to travel on evenings/weekends/overnight, possess valid BC Class 5 (or equivalent) Driver's license, submit a current Drivers Abstract and valid First Aid Level One (minimum). EASC 206 (Merritt), EASC402 (Salt Spring) and EASC404 (Harrison Lake) will involve out of town travel
**Additional: W Courses: applicants must have above average technical writing skills and be able to critique and assess written assignments and reports.
TAs and TMs must be available to invigilate exams and TMs must be able to collect exams and course work for marking from, and return (once marked) to the SFU Burnaby Campus.
Note: All external applicants (non‐EASC) must email a statement of interest, and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by application closing date.
Questions contact Tarja Vaisanen, Department Manager by email.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only successful applicants will be contacted and shall receive written confirmation.
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