The Department has a limited number of tutor positions available each semester for 100-level and 200-level papers. Preference is given to Politics postgraduate students, although other suitably qualified students may be considered.
Being a tutor is a great way to enhance your CV and build your experience in speaking to and working with groups of people.
The work involves preparation for and conducting of small group tutorials and providing general teaching support within the parameters specified by the academic staff member who has responsibility for the overall teaching of the paper in question. Some tutors may also be required to mark assignments such as tests or essays.
The number of hours of employment per week depends on the requirements of the particular paper.
How to apply
Email a copy of your CV to the Department Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating which 100-level or 200-level paper(s), as below, you are interested in tutoring. Applications for 2018 Tutoring roles are now open and will close on the 2nd February 2018.
- POLS104 International Relations – Introduction Professor Robert Patman
- POLS105 Comparative Politics – Introduction Dr James Headley
- POLS202 Theories of Justice - Assoc Prof Vicki Spencer
- POLS207 Environmental Politics - Professor Janine Hayward
- POLS211 Global Political Economy - Professor Philip Nel
- POLS217 War and Politics - Dr Nicholas Khoo