CUPE 2 Student Marker positions
THIS AD IS FOR CUPE UNIT 2 positions. - You must be a registered Student at Trent University in order to apply.
The School for the Study of Canada – Undergraduate invites applications for CUPE 3908 Unit 2 Student Markers for the 2020-21 academic year. Positions are at various times during the Academic Year 2020-21.
The hourly rate of pay is in accordance with CUPE 3908 Unit 2 Academic Assistant and may be found in Appendix A Wage Rates on page 41 of the CUPE Unit 2 collective agreement:
Student Markers (SM) shall be defined as an enrolled Trent University student whose assigned duties may include but are not limited to the following:
- Marking, grading, calculating and recording grades of students’ work;
- Marking preparation based on course materials;
- Marking and grading of lab reports/ assignments, tests, exams and essays;
- Commenting upon students’ work as required.
Duties related to the position, shall be determined by the person(s) who has (have) principal responsibility for the course.
- Academic experience in the interdisciplinary field of Canadian Studies; demonstrated skills in writing proficiency.
Applicants should send a
- A copy of their latest Academic Summary
- names & contact email of two references. You need not arrange for letters of reference to be sent in advance.
Applications are to be submitted by email in PDF format to: email@example.com, addressed to: Dr. Heather Nicol, School for the Study of Canada - UG, Traill College, Peterborough Campus
Inquiries may be directed to Jeannine Crowe (SSC-UG AAA) by E-mail: Canadianstudies@trentu.ca or by phone : 705 748 1817
Deadlines for receipt of applications: Sept 8, 2020 for FW 20/21 opportunities; April 1, 2021 for summer 2021 opportunities.
All positions are subject to budgetary approval by the Dean’s office.
THIS AD IS FOR RETURNING TRENT STUDENTS ONLY
It is not often that we have grading positions outside of GTA assignments, but we welcome your application.
Graduate Teaching Positions 2020-21
These positions are available for those graduate students who have Graduate Teaching Assistant Funding.
Please note that the postings for 2020-21 are tentative, pending budgetary approval, and will be updated by July 2, 2020. Also, Winter 2021 assignments may chance according to COVID 19 restrictions. Assignments will not be made until after August 1, 2020.
Application Procedure (as per CUPE 2 collective agreement): All GTAs are required to submit an up-to-date CV and cover letter that will serve as a statement of interest for their preferred course. Returning Graduate Teaching Assistants will have until August 1st to indicate preferred course, after which remaining courses will be assigned to the incoming GTAs. Please have applications in by August 1, 2020! Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, attention Dr. Heather Nicol, Director, School for the Study of Canada.
Graduate Student Marker positions
CAST 1100H: Conflicted Canada - online web course: FA2020, Sept - Dec 2020: 10 hours per week (variable according to assignment due dates): 2 positions
CAST 2041H: Canada the Land - PTBO remote: FA2020, Sept - Dec 2020: 10 hours per week (variable according to assignment due dates): 1 position
CAST 2043H: Canada in Winter- PTBO face to face: WI2021, Jan - April 2021: 10 hours per week (variable according to assignment due dates): 1 position
CAST 2061H: Documenting Canada - PTBO remote: FA2020, Sept - Dec 2020: 10 hours per week (variable according to assignment due dates): 1 position
CAST 2285H: Canada in the 1960s - PTBO remote: FA2020, Sept - Dec 2020: 10 hours per week (variable according to assignment due dates): 1 position
CAST 3241H Histories of the Canadian North - online web course: WI2021, Jan - April 2021: 10 hours per week (variable according to assignment due dates): 1 position
Graduate Teaching Assistant Positions
CAST 1101H: Canada: Images and Realities -- PTBO face to face WI2021, Jan - April 2021: 2 one hour seminars per week: 1 position
CAST 1103H: Global Canada - Ptbo face to face WI2021; Jan- April 2021: 2 one hour seminars per week: 2 positions
CAST 2225H: Ontario Since 1945 - PTBO face to face WI2021; Jan- April 2021: 2 one hour seminars per week: 1 position
CAST 3011H: EveryDay History - PTBO face to face WI2021; Jan- April 2021: 2 one hour seminars per week: 1 position
Graduate Course Instructor Teaching Positions 2020-21
FA2020 CAST 2090H: Canada and the Role of Law
Contact: Heather Nicol, Director SSC: email@example.com
Application Process: Please submit an up to date CV and cover letter in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 01, 2020. Please ensure that you have indicated your preferred course in your cover letter.
CUPE Part-time Instructor Opportunities FW2020
Look under School for the Study of Canada on the Human Resources page. Postings for both Peterborough and Durham, application deadlines vary.
Please send applications to email@example.com