The Centre for Lifelong Learning is planning its 2023/24 programme and would welcome the opportunity to work with members of departments, and in particular postgraduates, to develop new course ideas and teaching opportunities. Previous teaching experience within higher education is required. The Centre provides an extensive programme of open-access evening and day courses which attracts … Continue reading Work with the Centre for Lifelong Learning
Postgraduate Pedagogies is an online open-access journal devoted to articulating and sharing the perspectives of graduate teaching assistants (GTAs). They publish texts that convey the experiences, reflections, and analyses of current and recent graduate teaching assistants, those who work with GTAs, and those who support them. The journal is holding a competition to design the … Continue reading Postgraduate Pedagogies Journal: Call for artwork
The Academic Practice Team is currently reviewing GTA support, training, and professional development at either University wide, faculty, or departmental level. We would therefore be grateful if all PGRs interested in teaching and learning in Higher Education would complete this survey to support us in this review. The survey is anonymous. Question in the survey relate to: … Continue reading GTA Training Needs Survey: tell us about your training needs
We are advertising for Graduate Teaching Assistants for the Maths Skills Centre with no fixed deadline. If we have applications and no vacancy, we will hold your application on file until a position becomes available. For more information and to apply, go to the Current teaching opportunities page. Any questions please email email@example.com.
Applications are open for University of York PGRs interested in being a GTA in the Sociology department for the next academic year. They’re looking for GTAs to facilitate seminars on their preferred module from any of the four first-year undergraduate modules: Cultivating a Sociological Imagination; Sociology of Crime and Deviance; Introduction to Sociological Theory; Introducing Social Psychology. They can … Continue reading Teaching in Sociology
The Department of Sociology is holding a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) recruitment event for you to find out more about vacancies, meet current GTAs, find out how to apply and ask any questions. Sociology GTA recruitment eventFriday 13 May 2-3pmLMB 002a Sociology GTA vacancies and the recruitment event are open to any PGR in the … Continue reading Interested in being a GTA in the Sociology department next year?
The University of York’s Access and Outreach team and Academic Support Office are looking to recruit a number of Postgraduate students to support the delivery of various online outreach activities for post-16 students for the summer of 2022. All opportunities are designed to support students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in Higher Education to reach … Continue reading Job Opportunity: Academic Lecture Presenter and Seminar Leader
Deadline: Tuesday 3 May 2022, 5pmHourly pay: £23.89 (teaching and marking)Hours of work: Varies according to the specific module The Department of Language & Linguistic Science is seeking to fill GTA (Graduate Teaching Assistant) positions for various modules offered across the BA curriculum (C-, I- and H-level) in 2022-23. The relevant (provisional) modules are listed … Continue reading Job Opportunity: Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) positions in Language & Linguistic Science 2022-23
Access and Outreach are looking for tutors and seminar leaders for their YorJourney programme for post-16 students during the summer of 2022. YorJourney is designed to support students from backgrounds that are underrepresented in Higher Education to reach their full potential. This is an exciting and unique opportunity to provide crucial support to students as … Continue reading Paid opportunities with Access and Outreach
The Writing Centre is seeking to recruit two additional GTA writing tutors. Tutors provide 30-minute appointments (face-to-face and online) to students from all disciplines who come to the Centre to discuss their writing. Advice relates to such areas as focus, structure, argument, citation and referencing, writing style, language and grammar. In addition, with more experience, … Continue reading The Writing Centre is looking for tutors