Work with the Centre for Lifelong Learning

The Centre for Lifelong Learning provides a dynamic programme of over 300 adult evening and day courses which attract almost 3000 applications each year. Students come from a range of backgrounds, whether they are looking to gain University accreditation or learn on a non-accredited basis. The Centre would welcome the opportunity to work with departments, … Continue reading Work with the Centre for Lifelong Learning

Research students needed for new Community Projects Facilitator Roles

Careers and Placements are recruiting a team of postgraduate students to help facilitate Community Projects over the summer term.  These are part time, paid roles, and would suit those who are interested in developing their teaching and facilitation experience and gaining experience in the heritage, sustainability or voluntary sectors.  Community Projects will be delivered by … Continue reading Research students needed for new Community Projects Facilitator Roles

Teach with the Maths Skills Centre

The Maths Skills Centre is recruiting Graduate Teaching Assistants to run online maths and statistics appointments. They welcome applications from PhD research students working across all disciplines who have: A good first degree in a subject with a large mathematical or statistical content A good grounding in first-year undergraduate Mathematics and/or Probability and Statistical Theory The ability to … Continue reading Teach with the Maths Skills Centre

Help to deliver digital assessment and feedback services

The University has started working on a Digital Assessment and Feedback Project which is due to run for the next 18 months. The aim of the project is to significantly improve the University’s capability to deliver digital assessment and feedback services in the medium to long term to enable the University to become a leader … Continue reading Help to deliver digital assessment and feedback services

Teach with the Academic Skills Community

The Academic Skills Community (ASC) helps students advance their academic, language and interpersonal abilities. They are currently recruiting Graduate Teaching Assistants for the following positions: Academic Skills Community Group Facilitators Academic Skills Community Workshop Support Person Application deadline: Monday 14 December 2020 Find out more

Teach with The York Management School

New Graduate Teaching Assistant roles are currently being advertised, presenting an opportunity to gain early career learning and teaching experience. The York Management School would like to invite applications to the position of GTA as part of the team delivering Undergraduate-level content for the following modules: E MarketingUnder the supervision of the module leader and … Continue reading Teach with The York Management School

Professional development for GTAs

The York Professional and Academic Development (YPAD) scheme provides teaching staff and Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs) with an opportunity to engage in peer-supported professional development, leading to the award of one of four categories of Advance HE accredited fellowship. Find out more about the YPAD scheme, how it works and the professional recognition you can … Continue reading Professional development for GTAs

Teach with Health Sciences

The Department of Health Sciences would like to invite applications to the position of GTA as part of the team delivering Masters-level content across two statistics modules. Applicants will need to demonstrate a clear understanding of the subject matter raised in modules. Applications are not restricted to postgraduates within the Department of Health Sciences. Roles … Continue reading Teach with Health Sciences