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Teaching Assistant in agriculture

The University of Saskatchewan

In the appointment of Teaching Assistant, your general duties and responsibilities will be:
Assisting with marking of quizzes, exams and/or assignments.

Your general location of work will be online at your office or in the agriculture building and you will report to Dr. Bob Bors.

Required Number of Hours: up to 25 hours during the academic term
Duration of Employment: 2021 Fall session
Course Name, Abbreviation and Number: PLSC235 Urban Agriculture
Start and End Dates: October 1 to December 31

Qualifications (Skills and Abilities)
Minimum of a B.Sc. degree or equivalent in agriculture or horticulture. Ideally, you have taken PLSC 235.

To Apply:
Interested applicants must include the following in their application: cover letter, curriculum vitae.

Send your application materials to: no later than Sept 30, 2021

Inquiries for this position can be directed to Dr. Bob Bors.

Where a graduate student is appointed to this position, it will be in scope of PSAC.

Department: Plant Sciences
Status: Hourly
Employment Group: Graduate Students – PSAC
Rate of Pay: Current rates of pay
Posted Date: 8/3/2021
Closing Date: 9/30/2021
Number of Openings: 1


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