Lecture Teaching Assistant
| Metropolitan State University of Denver|
United States, Colorado, Denver
|June 19, 2022|
Posting Number S00519 Position Title Lecture Teaching Assistant Employment Status Student Work Study or Student Hourly Hourly Wage
Employee Category Student Department Chemistry Location College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Position Summary
MSU Denver Chemistry & Biochemistry Teaching Assistant (TA) Program provides currently enrolled students the opportunity to work on campus and gain valuable experience in the area of chemistry that they are most excited about. The TA's that work alongside our facility in the areas of general chemistry, organic chemistry, analytical chemistry and biochemistry. A teaching assistant can improve their teaching/mentoring skills and learn complex concepts in their specific subject area. #LI-
Chemistry and Biochemistry teaching assistants will assist students in lecture class with concepts and activities. The teaching assistants answer questions about the course material and help guide students into understanding . TAs may host exam review sessions or other supplemental recitation time.
MUST BE A STUDENT ENROLLED AT AN APPROVED COLORADO HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION
* Must be a current
MSU Denver Student
* Students must have completed both semesters of general chemistry and one semester of organic chemistry or analytical chemistry with a B or higher in all labs.
* Must have a firm grasp on the concepts learned in lecture and enjoy working with students.
* The applicant should be interested in a teaching or management career in the sciences and have at least a 3.0
* Please provide Faculty Recommendation Letter as Other Documents.
* The applicant should enjoy working with their peers as a mentor and have a positive attitude.
Posting date 04/22/2022 Closing date Closing Instructions Open Until Filled Work Hours Benefits
MSU Denver offers temporary, non-benefit eligible employees sick leave. The sick leave is accrued at a rate of 1 hour for every 30 hours worked, not to exceed a maximum of 48 hours in a calendar year.
Special Instructions to Applicants