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Teaching Asst/Tutor Markers
- TA/TM Online Application Period: June 29th @ Noon - July 13th, 2020 @ Noon
- Term Appointment Dates: Aug 28th - Dec 24th, 2020
- Payroll Dates: Aug 24th - Dec 18th, 2020
Dept Contact: Dale Yamaura, Department Manager
You will be notified ONLY if you are offered a position
Available Positions & How To Apply
A current list of available positions for TAs, TMs and Sessional Instructors can be found on the Human Resources TSSU Job Postings Webpage, using the link below. Hiring Priorities & Qualifications can also be found on their site.
Please be advised the Dept of Math is not offering any Sessional Instructor positions for FALL 2020 (1207)
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