Statistics and Actuarial Science 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.
There are no positions available at this time, please check back last week of February for Summer job postings.
- Please refer to the course links for required qualifications.
- If you want to apply to teach any of the courses listed above, please submit a cover letter stating your qualifications for the job.
- Inclusion of a short curriculum vitae would also be appreciated, together with any information you can provide about the quality of your teaching.
- Positions are subject to budgetary and enrollment constraints.
- Please submit your application electronically to the Department Chair, Professor Derek Bingham (stchair at sfu.ca)
Teaching Assistant Postings
Qualifications for TA/TM Positions
- Sufficient knowledge to interpret and explain course material clearly. For Statistics Workshop appointments, "sufficient knowledge" means demonstrable familiarity with the methods and concepts in the courses supported by the Workshop in the semester of the appointment. These courses could include any of STAT 100, 201, 203, 270, 302, and 305.
- Competence in oral and written English
- Availability to invigilate exams
- For undergraduate applicants, a grade of B- or better in STAT 330 (preferred)
- For external applicants: Candidates from other disciplines should provide evidence of successful completion of course work in statistics. Evaluation of the adequacy of their qualifications is the responsibility of the course instructor/Workshop Coordinator
Duties, Responsibilities, and Terms of the Appointment
- TA/TM duties and scheduled hours will vary depending on the type of the assignment.
- Applicants are expected to be available for the entire term of the contract. Appointees must discuss any planned absences in advance with the course instructor or the Workshop Coordinator, who will determine if an exception is possible.
- In the case of courses or any other commitments that could conflict with the TA/TM's responsibilities, appointees must contact the course instructor or the Workshop Coordinator immediately upon becoming aware of a potential conflict.
- Graduate students in our department are considered to have applied to all available TA positions. If you wish to be considered for a particular course in a particular capacity (e.g. marker only, tutor only) please say so in the comments section.
- Some TA assignments will require travel to SFU Surrey.
Contact: Charlene Bradbury, Statistics & Actuarial Science, Manager, Academic and Administrative Services (email@example.com)
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