Forensic Science Teaching Assistant (TA) Positions Available – SUMMER 2020
In accordance with Article 12:01 of the CUPE 4580 Collective Agreement the Faculty of Science invites applications for up to 2 TA positions in Forensic Science for the Summer 2020 term. The projected total hours for Teaching Assistantships allocated to the Faculty of Science for the 2020 Summer academic term is up to 100 hours (2 TA positions for 50 hours each).
The total number of Teaching Assistantships (50 hours each) allocated to the Forensic Science programs for the Winter 2020 term is two, for a total of 100 hours.
Note that Teaching Assistants cannot be employed for more than 100 hours per semester/term total. If you already hold or have applied for another TA position (in this or another department) note that the total combined hours for all TA appointments held in all departments cannot exceed 100 hours per term. The 100- hour limit is for the Summer term - May 1 to Aug. 31. Refer to Articles 12, 13, and 14 of the CUPE 4580 Collective Agreement for eligibility details.
List of courses that may utilize Teaching Assistants for Summer 2020 term: IF THE COURSES ARE OFFERED:
Up to 2 TAs for 50 hours each (Depending on confirmation of course being offered)
Expected TA duties: Students may be asked to assist in preparations for lectures and laboratories, in marking assignments and/or midterms and exams, in online monitoring of discussions and class participation, and in proctoring of exams. Other duties may be assigned, including set-up time immediately preceding classes or laboratories.
- Must be registered for the term of work at the time of hiring
- Must maintain registration throughout the term and must be in good standing in the degree program
Required Essential Qualifications
- Must be available to attend online classes/ labs/ exams during the specified period and must be available for preparation time before the class starts
- FRSC 1107:
- Completion of FRSC 1107 (Introductory Crime Scene Investigation) and FRSC 2100 (Crime Scene Evidence Analysis)
- Obtained 80% or above in the above courses
- Preference will be given to individuals in the Forensic Science or BA (Forensics) programs
- Excellent Excel skills
Application forms are available from Mr. A. Mohammed (firstname.lastname@example.org) or from Ms. L. Laurie (email@example.com).
Deadline for receiving applications: April 20, 2020 by 4:00 pm
In pursuit of the University of Windsor’s Employment Equity Plan, members from the designated groups (Women, Aboriginal Peoples, Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities, and Members of Sexual Minorities) are encouraged to apply.