Jobs - RA and TA positions
(Posted on: March 7, 2013)
Department of Health Services
Graduate Student Teaching Assistant
Summer and Autumn Quarter 2013
Supervising Faculty: Professor Larry Kessler
Position Title: Graduate Student Teaching Assistant
Course: 511 A&B - Introduction to Health Services and Public Health
Course Description: The course provides a comprehensive description of the history, organization and effectiveness of the health care and public health systems in the United States, and covers such topics as determinants of health, need, and utilization, public and private financing, supply and provision of personal and public health services, managed care, and the roles of the government and private sector.
Summer Quarter Position Responsibilities: Assist in planning the course, updating the syllabus, contacting guest speakers, etc.
Summer Quarter Hours per Week: 10 (25% FTE)
Autumn Quarter Position Responsibilities: The Teaching Assistant (TA) will play a major role in coordinating the class which meet twice weekly with an additional section for those students who are health services majors. The TA will be expected to conduct discussion sessions with study groups (formed by students); read, comment on, and grade written assignments; assist in the preparation of lecture materials, hold office hours, tutor students, invite and schedule guest speakers, develop and grade an interactive final exam, set up and take down laptop before and after classes, post power point presentations and other materials to the course website, and perform other duties as assigned.
Autumn Quarter Hours per Week: 20 (50% FTE)
Education Requirements: Second year MPH or MHA student who has completed HSERV 511.
Students who apply for this position should note that they must take at least 2 credits during Summer Quarter 2013.
Eligibility: Must be a matriculated student by first date of employment.
Salary: This is a GSA position governed by the UAW contract paid in accordance with 2012-2013 TA/RA/SA Salary Schedules. http://www.grad.washington.edu/students/fa/salaries/salary-schedules.shtml
*Fee Based Student: It is the policy of the Department of Health Services to reimburse tuition/course fees at Graduate Resident Tier 1 level. http://www.washington.edu/admin/pb/home/pdf/tuition/2011-12/tf-sea-aut%207.pdf the student is responsible for all remaining tuition and fees.
Please note: All employees hired in the Department of Health Services require a background check.
This is a Benefits eligible position during Autumn Quarter Only http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/benefits/insure/gaip/
To Apply: Go to URL http://depts.washington.edu/hserv/jobs#Applying and follow the instructions. Please submit your application materials to Susan Lien email@example.com . Be sure to include your name on each of your email attachments (i.e. smith_transcript) and the job posting #6096 in your email subject line.
Deadline: Application deadline: 04/08/2013.
Acceptance: If offered the position the candidate must accept within one week.
Notification: Those candidates not hired will be notified via email.Additional Details:
Hours per week (approx.): 20
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