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GA/TA Posting for WINTER 2019

Published on: Fri, 10/12/2018
Last Modified: Fri, 10/12/2018 - 3:31pm

All positions and hours are subject to sufficient enrolment and budgetary approval.

Eligibility requirements:

GA and TA appointments shall be offered in accordance with the criteria specified in Article 12:03 and 12:04, respectively, of the Collective Agreement. The following are essential qualifications required for the appointments above:

Essential Requirements / Skills for the School of Computer Science:

  •   Must have good communication skills
  •   Interviews may be conducted
  •   Must be available to physically attend meetings/lectures/labs/exams (including Final Exam) 

Additional Preferred Requirements / Skills for the School of Computer Science:

Applicants must meet the required essential qualifications. Preferred qualifications will only be considered if there are 2 or more applicants who meet the required essential qualifications and who are relatively equal based on the criteria in 12:03 or 12:04

  • Preference will be given to applicants registered in the Computer Science program who have               successfully completed the course with a 80% and with an overall GPA more than 80%
  • Blackboard Training completed
  • Completion of CTL GA/TA Academy workshop(s) is an asset

Note: student must be registered for the WINTER 2019 term at the time of hiring and must maintain fulltime registration throughout the term.  Students must be in good standing in the degree program in order to hold a Graduate or Teaching Assistantship. Students who meet the Phase 1 tuition refund deadline are therefore not eligible to hold a GA. A full graduate assistantship requires an average of 10 hours per week for a maximum of 140 hours per semester. Refer to Articles 12, 13, and 14 of the CUPE 4580 Collective Agreement for eligibility details.

Deadline for applications:  
All applications must be received no later than FRIDAY, November 16th  2018                                      *Late applications will not be accepted.

Graduate Assistants are reminded of the following provision in Article 13:

"With respect to those students who have applied for and been accepted for Assistantships, the Assistant will not be paid for any shortfall of hours at the end of their respective program, provided the University has satisfied its obligation to post available positions each term in writing and on the AAU website and to offer the minimum terms of support in accordance with Article 13:01 (a) & (b)and provided that the Assistant has applied in writing or via e-mail by the application deadline for each term until they have received the minimum terms of support in accordance with Article 13:01 (a) & (b)."

Completed applications can be dropped to the main office or sent via email to:

GA/TA Posting
GA Application form
TA Application form