Applicants are expected to: a) be enrolled in a Chemistry graduate program with an emphasis in structures and spectroscopy, b) have completed a B.Sc. degree in chemistry (4th year, M.Sc. or Ph.D.), c) have taken CHEM*2060 or equivalent course, d) be capable of intellectually contributing to the grading of assessment markers (projects and take-home final exam), e) be familiar enough with course content to design, create, and run ad hoc tutorials, f) have experience teaching in chemistry laboratories, and g) be able to demonstrate previous satisfactory teaching performance. Applicants must also have competent oral presentation skills. This is not a laboratory position, it is a lecturing position, providing a tutorial and answering questions related to the tutorial and course content. The candidate must have a profound understanding of the course content in CHEM 2070.
Applicants must be able to provide documentation indicating they have completed the following training programs: Lab Safety Training (EHS), WHMIS Training (EHS), Worker Health & Safety Awareness (EHS), Accessible Service Provision (CourseLink) and Making Education Accessible (CourseLink).
Selection of successful candidates will be made in accordance with Article 11.06 of the CUPE 3913-1 collective agreement. Assignments to particular courses will be made in accordance with departmental needs and procedures.