Graduate students at the University of Guelph, eligible for employment in Unit 1 of Local 3913. Applicants must have excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) in the English language. Applicants must have a good knowledge of aquatic biology research both in lab and field settings, experience with group facilitation, excellent experimental design, statistical and computing skills, and have the ability and aptitude to communicate clearly and enthusiastically to undergraduate students. All labs will take place on campus. By applying for this TA position, you are agreeing to be available on campus from the start of the contract to complete all assigned duties, available to attend all mandatory meetings, invigilation of IB exams, and be available to the end of the contract to grade final exams/papers.
Prefer students with aquatic background and proven experience with research in field and laboratory settings and who have demonstrated experience writing and publishing peer reviewed scientific papers, research proposals and/or experience with the peer review process.