CUPE Winter 2024 - Research Assistant
University of Ottawa
Location where work is to be performed:Main Campus
Session:2024 Trimestre d'hiver | Winter Term
Faculty:Faculté d'éducation / Faculty of Education
Unit:Faculty of Education_ST
Job Classification:Research Assistant (CUPE)
Posting Type:Recherche / Research
Supervisor name (if known):Nicholas Ng-A-Fook
Date Posted:February 09, 2024
Closing Date:February 23, 2024
Note: Applications will be accepted until 11:59 PM on the day prior to the Posting End Date above
Description of tasks (hours):Recherche / Research:0Préparation / Preparation:0Contact avec étudiants / Contact with Students:0Correction - Notation / Grading:0Surveillance / Proctoring:0Formation / Training:0Autre / Other:0
Number of positions:1
Work Start Date:March 01, 2024
Work End Date:March 29, 2024
Total Work Hours:65
Language of Work:Anglais | English
Graduate Hourly Rate:46.45
Undergraduate Hourly Rate:29.46
Requirements and Nature of Work:
en mode bimodal/hybride
- Will be writing blog reviews and supporting podcast series. (EN)
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The hiring process will be governed by the current CUPE 2626 collective agreement; you can click here to find out more.
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