Teaching Assistant - Computer and Information Sciences
Teaching Assistants (2 Posts)
Department: Computer and Information Sciences (www.strath.ac.uk/cis/)
Faculty: Faculty of Science (www.strath.ac.uk/science/)
Staff Category:Teaching Reference No 135878
Reports To: Head of Department Grade: 6
Salary Range: £27,285 (pro rata) restricted due to funding Contract Type: Fixed Term (Until 31/05/2019)
Closing Date Friday, 29 June 2018
Computer and Information Sciences wishes to appoint two part-time Teaching Assistants to contribute to teaching and assessment on the undergraduate programmes in Computer Science and Software Engineering. You will have the ability to carry out laboratory teaching, leading tutorials, setting and marking laboratory assignments and coursework, providing feedback and contributing to the development of our undergraduate programmes. You will also be responsible for managing graduate laboratory assistants and will particularly support the Software Engineering aspects of our undergraduate programmes. You will have a degree in computer science with relevant teaching and assessment experience.
Applicants are required to complete an application form including the name of three referees who will be contacted before interview without further permission, unless you indicate that you would prefer otherwise. Applicants should also submit a Curriculum Vitae and a covering letter detailing the knowledge, skills and experience you think make you the right candidate for the job. Applicants should also complete the Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form.
Further information on the application process and working at Strathclyde can be found on our website (http://www.strath.ac.uk/hr/workforus).
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Professor Neil Ghani (email@example.com 0141 548 4303).
Formal interviews for this post will be held on 9 July 2018.
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