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Postgraduate Teaching Assistant Positions
15 April 2014
During the course of the academic year, the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) employs postgraduate research students as teaching assistants (Postgraduate Teaching Assistants – PGTA’s).
The starting rate for this work is on grade
5, point 15 on the salary scale.
In the academic session 2014-15, SSEES expects to have a number of PGTA opportunities for teaching undergraduate courses in our 4 teaching programme areas:
- Economics and Business
- Languages and Culture (including Russian language teaching vacancies)
- Politics and Sociology
Postgraduate students who are interested in
undertaking PGTA work are invited to apply
by completing the form below.
Applications will be considered by the Head of Teaching Resources (Dr Christopher Gerry) in consultation with the relevant SSEES Programme Coordinator. The successful candidates will be selected for their suitability as teachers and relevant knowledge.
Deadline is Friday 16 May.
- Details of the scheme are available on the UCL Human Resources website.
- See current hourly rate.
- Details on the SSEES teaching programmes and courses taught.
- Download application form (Word doc)