Expression of Interest - Teaching Associates for the Bachelor of Psychology
Job No.: 627043
Location: Clayton campus
Employment Type: Sessional
Duration: Sessional until 31 December 2022
Remuneration: Sessional rates apply
The School of Psychology is recruiting for future Teaching Associates and Supervisors for our flagship undergraduate course Bachelor of Psychology (Honours). This course develops through three themes of psychology fundamentals and foundational skills, research methods and critical thinking, and psychology in practice and society. The opportunity is for Teaching Associates to lead tutorials, workshops and laboratory classes. Teaching and marking one class is approximately 5 hours per week, across the 12 week semester.
The Bachelor of Psychology operates with two semesters per year and teaching is conducted primarily on-campus.
We are looking for applicants who:
- Have completed an APAC accredited 4th Year sequence in Psychology
- Have teaching experience
- Are passionate about education and improving the student experience
- Love working in a team but also work well independently
If this sounds like a position that suits your current career focus we look forward to hearing from you.
To be eligible for this role you must have a valid working visa in Australia and be located in Australia. If you have attained your Psychology qualifications overseas, you must provide evidence that your qualifications are equivalent to at least a Masters level in Psychology, as assessed by the APS.
Additional requirements Working with Children Check (WWCC)
At Monash University, we are committed to being a Child Safe organisation. A WWCC may be required. This will be confirmed at the time of offer of sessional employment and the process will be communicated to you.
Anthony Dimitracopoulos, Education Manager via Psych.Enquiries@monash.edu or by phone, +61 3 9903 1644
As part of your expression of interest, please include the following in your application:
- Short statement addressing why you would make a great teaching associate in our program (no more than 1 paragraph)
If your application progresses to the next stage, you will be required to submit a short 4 minute YouTube video. At that point, further details will be provided on what to address in this video.
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