We have a limited number of tutor positions available each semester for 100-level through to 300-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
If you are interested in tutoring for Politics in any of the papers listed below in semester 1, 2023, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 3 February at the latest.
Please include an up-to-date CV if you haven’t tutored for Politics in the last year.
- POLS 104 International Relations - Introduction
- POLS 105 Comparative Politics - Introduction
- POLS 218 Interventions, Peacekeeping and the Global South
- POLS 230 Special Topic
- POLS 243 Political Ideologies
- POLS 250 International Security in a Globalising World
- POLS 306 Politics and the Media in New Zealand
- POLS 307 Nature, Conflict, and the State
- POLS 319 Treaty Politics
- POLS 323 Marxism: Classical and Contemporary