Apply for each TF position separately.
Apply via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Your email (one 8-1/2″ x 11″ page or less) should include the following information:
1/ indicate whether you have served as a TF for this course in the past and when
2/ indicate whether you have served as a TA for this course in the past and when
3/ list what specific background, education or experiences you have that make you the best candidate for the position
4/ indicate whether you have completed the mandatory Education for Instructors online tutorial available via the Equity Office
Teaching Fellow decisions are made by the SKHS Admin Academic Subcommittee. Decisions will be provided via email from the SKHS Admin Assist to the Teaching Fellow directly. Those identified as to serve as Teaching Fellows will be asked to provide a current cv – please have these ready if you apply.
The School will provide a Teaching Fellow Information Session for all new and returning TFs. This one or two-day session will be led by staff from the Centre for Teaching and Learning, SKHS faculty members and returning Teaching Fellows. TFs will be provided with logistics information including setting up Moodle, ordering textbooks, working with staff in the SKHS Admin Office, accepting your TF contract, salary payment processes, review relevant Queen’s policies, procedures, rules and regulations associated with being a Teaching Fellow at Queen’s University.
There will be time for TFs to ask questions.
This session is offered each year during May or June. Date, time and location will be posted here when available.
Upon acceptance of a Teaching Fellowship by the Teaching Fellow, the SKHS Admin Assistant will prepare relevant documentation for signature of acceptance by the Teaching Fellow. Salary payments occur monthly on the last working day of the four months of that Term by direct deposit to the Teaching Fellow’s band account in 1/4 of the total contract value for that term.
TF Responding To A Student Who Is In Distress
For at-a-glance instructions and tips on helping your students when they are in distress. Refer to the SKHS Undergraduate Coordinator to ensure you are helping your students in the best way possible.
All teaching fellowships are governed by the PSAC 901 TA TF Collective Agreement
Contact PSAC 901: email@example.com