Queen's University

 

Current Employment Opportunities: 

 

FOR UNDERGRADUATES:

 Teaching Assistant: Foundations of Entrepreneurship

❖ Teaching Assistant: Introduction to Playwriting

FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS:

❖ Teaching Assistant: Western Music: Napoleon to 9/11

❖ Teaching Assistant: The Republic to Rationalism: History, Arts, and Performance I

❖ Teaching Assistant: Listening to Revolutions: History, Arts, & Performance II

❖ Teaching Assistant: Social History of Popular Music

❖ Teaching Assistant: Sex and Violence in Performance

❖ Teaching Assistant: World Musics


Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Position:
Foundations of Entrepreneurship [ENIN 200]

Fall 2018

Posting Date: July 12, 2018

Closing Date: July 24, 2018

The Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, requests applications from suitably qualified undergraduate students interested in a teaching assistant position for the following course: [ENIN 200] Foundations of Entrepreneurship (On-line)

This course delivers an introduction to the economic and organizational dimensions of innovation and entrepreneurship. Using case studies of real companies and initiatives, we’ll evaluate how disruptive and incremental innovations bring about changes in the market by prompting new products and services, business models, technologies, and paradigms.

https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-courses/courses-2018-19/foundations-of-entrepreneurship-enin-200/

Applicants are required to have expertise in the field relevant to the course and excellent interpersonal skills. These teaching assistantships are for the support of online courses.

Some training and preparation is needed before the start of the course. Candidates must be prepared to work outside the regular 9-5 work week, and have access to the internet and a computer that meets minimum requirements. Experience with learning management systems (e.g. D2L) and videoconferencing software (e.g. Zoom) would be an asset.

TA duties may include helping to monitor discussion forums in OnQ (D2L), mark course assessments, provide detailed feedback to students in a timely manner, etc. The expected duties will be determined by the course instructor.

Please forward your application and supporting documentation by email to Lee Atkinson, Dan School of Drama and Music.

Applications:

1. Statement of interest and relevant experience, including an indication of course preference

2. Complete and current curriculum vitae

3. SOLUS printout of grades or transcript

4. Any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.

The University will provide support in its recruitment process to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs. If you have further questions please contact Lee Atkinson lee.atkinson@queensu.ca


Teaching Assistant Position: 
Western Music: Napoleon to 9/11  [MUSC 102]

Winter 2019

Posting Date: July 12, 2018

Closing Date: July 24, 2018

The Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, requests applications from suitably qualified graduate students interested in a teaching assistant position for the following course: [MUSC 102] Western Music: Napoleon to 9/11 (on-line) The history of Western art music from 1750 to the present. The course focuses on musical styles, genres, and composers, as well as historical and social contextual considerations.

https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-courses/courses-2018-19/western-music-napoleon-to-9-11-musc-102/

Applicants are required to have expertise in the field relevant to the course and excellent interpersonal skills. These teaching assistantships are for the support of online courses. Some training and preparation is needed before the start of the course. Candidates must be prepared to work outside the regular 9-5 work week, and have access to the internet and a computer that meets minimum requirements. Experience with learning management systems (e.g. D2L) and videoconferencing software (e.g. Zoom) would be an asset.

TA duties may include helping to monitor discussion forums in OnQ (D2L), mark course assessments, provide detailed feedback to students in a timely manner, etc. The expected duties will be determined by the course instructor. TA duties may include working with online assessment tools on OnQ, grading research and writing assignments, assisting in student peer-to-peer assessment, assessing online discussion and reflections, grading exams and managing grades.

The TA will also help manage student inquiries, and assist with scheduling and facilitating exams.

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows at Queen’s University are governed by the Collective Agreement for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows between PSAC Local 901 and Queen’s University. Remuneration will be in accordance with the Collective Agreement. Appointments are subject to enrolment figures and budgetary approval.

Graduate Teaching Assistantships are filled according to Group Preferences set out in the Collective Agreement between The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and Queen’s University at Kingston, March 23, 2017 to June 30, 2020.

A. First Preference – Group A is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom the TAship has been granted as part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer.

B. Second Preference – Group B is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom (iii) the TAship will not form part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer; or (iv) there is currently no funding commitment provided by the Employer.

C. Third Preference – Group C is for qualified graduate students that have previously held a TAship or TFship for the Employer.

D. Fourth Preference – Group D is for qualified graduate students that have not met the criteria as set out in 12.04 A, B, or C.

Please forward your application and supporting documentation by email to Lee Atkinson, Dan School of Drama and Music.

All groups: Please indicate course preferences and submit:

1. Statement of interest and relevant experience, including an indication of course preference

2. Complete and current curriculum vitae

3. SOLUS printout of grades or transcript

4. Any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.

The University will provide support in its recruitment process to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs If you have further questions please contact: Lee Atkinson lee.atkinson@queensu.ca


Teaching Assistant Position : 
The Republic to Rationalism: History, Arts, and Performance 1 [MUTH 110]

Fall 2018

Posting Date: July 12, 2018

Closing Date: July 24, 2018

The Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, requests applications from suitably qualified graduate students interested in a teaching assistant position for the following course: MUTH 110 - The Republic to Rationalism: History, Arts, and Performance 1.

This course provides an introduction to the study of Western music, theatre, fine art, and literature in historical and global perspective. Using drama and music as a focal point, this interdisciplinary course will place artistic creation in a social, philosophical, and political chronological framework. Key periods include European Antiquity, Renaissance, and Baroque.

https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-courses/courses-2018-19/the-republic-to-rationalism-history-arts-and-performance-1-muth-110/

TA duties may include helping to monitor discussion forums in OnQ (D2L), mark course assessments, provide detailed feedback to students in a timely manner, etc. The expected duties will be determined by the course instructor.

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows at Queen’s University are governed by the Collective Agreement for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows between PSAC Local 901 and Queen’s University. Remuneration will be in accordance with the Collective Agreement. Appointments are subject to enrolment figures and budgetary approval. Graduate Teaching Assistantships are filled according to Group Preferences set out in the Collective Agreement between The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and Queen’s University at Kingston, March 23, 2017 to June 30, 2020.

A. First Preference – Group A is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom the TAship has been granted as part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer.

B. Second Preference – Group B is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom (iii) the TAship will not form part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer; or (iv) there is currently no funding commitment provided by the Employer.

C. Third Preference – Group C is for qualified graduate students that have previously held a TAship or TFship for the Employer.

D. Fourth Preference – Group D is for qualified graduate students that have not met the criteria as set out in 12.04 A, B, or C.

Please forward your application and supporting documentation by email to Lee Atkinson, Dan School of Drama and Music.

Applications: All groups: Please indicate course preferences and submit:

1. Statement of interest and relevant experience, including an indication of course preference

2. Complete and current curriculum vitae

3. SOLUS printout of grades or transcript

4. Any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.

The University will provide support in its recruitment process to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs

If you have further questions please contact: Lee Atkinson lee.atkinson@queensu.ca


Teaching Assistant Position
Listening to Revolutions: History, Arts, & Performance II [MUTH 111]

Winter 2019

Posting Date: July 12, 2018

Closing Date: July 24, 2018

The Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, requests applications from suitably qualified graduate students interested in a teaching assistant position for the following course: MUTH 111 - Listening to Revolutions: History, Arts, and Performance II

An introduction to the study of Western music, theatre, fine art, and literature in historical and global perspective. Using drama and music as a focal point, this interdisciplinary course will place artistic creation in a social, philosophical, and political chronological framework. Key periods include European Romanticism, Modernism, and Popular Culture.

https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-courses/courses-2018-19/listening-to-revolutions-history-arts-and-performance-2-muth-111/

TA duties may include helping to monitor discussion forums in OnQ (D2L), mark course assessments, provide detailed feedback to students in a timely manner, etc. The expected duties will be determined by the course instructor.

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows at Queen’s University are governed by the Collective Agreement for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows between PSAC Local 901 and Queen’s University. Remuneration will be in accordance with the Collective Agreement. Appointments are subject to enrolment figures and budgetary approval. Graduate Teaching Assistantships are filled according to Group Preferences set out in the Collective Agreement between The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and Queen’s University at Kingston, March 23, 2017 to June 30, 2020.

A. First Preference – Group A is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom the TAship has been granted as part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer.

B. Second Preference – Group B is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom (iii) the TAship will not form part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer; or (iv) there is currently no funding commitment provided by the Employer.

C. Third Preference – Group C is for qualified graduate students that have previously held a TAship or TFship for the Employer.

D. Fourth Preference – Group D is for qualified graduate students that have not met the criteria as set out in 12.04 A, B, or C. Please forward your application and supporting documentation by email to Lee Atkinson, Dan School of Drama and Music. Applications:

All groups: Please indicate course preferences and submit:

1. Statement of interest and relevant experience, including an indication of course preference

2. Complete and current curriculum vitae

3. SOLUS printout of grades or transcript

4. Any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.

The University will provide support in its recruitment process to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs.

If you have further questions please contact: Lee Atkinson lee.atkinson@queensu.ca


Teaching Assistant Position
Social History of Popular Music [MUSC 171]

Fall 2018

Posting Date: July 12, 2018

Closing Date: July 24, 2018

The Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, requests applications from suitably qualified graduate students interested in a teaching assistant position for the following course: [MUSC 171] Social History of Popular Music - on campus

A survey of important trends in 20th century Western popular music. Topics include genres, individual artists and groups, record labels and stylistic trends, and sociological issues.

https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-courses/courses-2018-19/social-history-of-popular-music-musc-171/

TA duties may include helping to monitor discussion forums in OnQ (D2L), mark course assessments, provide detailed feedback to students in a timely manner, etc. The expected duties will be determined by the course instructor.

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows at Queen’s University are governed by the Collective Agreement for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows between PSAC Local 901 and Queen’s University. Remuneration will be in accordance with the Collective Agreement. Appointments are subject to enrolment figures and budgetary approval.

Graduate Teaching Assistantships are filled according to Group Preferences set out in the Collective Agreement between The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and Queen’s University at Kingston, March 23, 2017 to June 30, 2020.

A. First Preference – Group A is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom the TAship has been granted as part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer.

B. Second Preference – Group B is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom (iii) the TAship will not form part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer; or (iv) there is currently no funding commitment provided by the Employer.

C. Third Preference – Group C is for qualified graduate students that have previously held a TAship or TFship for the Employer.

D. Fourth Preference – Group D is for qualified graduate students that have not met the criteria as set out in 12.04 A, B, or C.

Please forward your application and supporting documentation by email to Lee Atkinson, Dan School of Drama and Music.

Applications: All groups: Please indicate course preferences and submit:

1. Statement of interest and relevant experience, including an indication of course preference

2. Complete and current curriculum vitae

3. SOLUS printout of grades or transcript

4. Any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.

The University will provide support in its recruitment process to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs

If you have further questions please contact: Lee Atkinson lee.atkinson@queensu.ca


Teaching Assistant Position
Sex and Violence in Performance [MUTH 201]

Winter 2019

Posting Date: July 12, 2018

Closing Date: July 24, 2018

The Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, requests applications from suitably qualified graduate students interested in a teaching assistant position for the following course: [MUTH 201] Sex and Violence in Performance (on-line)

This course is structured around a series of case studies of particular moments in the history of the representation of sex and violence in dramatic and musical performances. While these themes have been often regarded as taboo, the history of performance shows that we have never been able to resist these themes for long. Indeed, considering and exploring dangerous ideas through the medium of performance is one of the most valuable contributions music and drama can make to civilization.

https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-courses/courses-2018-19/sex-and-violence-in-performance-muth-201/

Applicants are required to have expertise in the field relevant to the course and excellent interpersonal skills. These teaching assistantships are for the support of online courses. Some training and preparation is needed before the start of the course. Candidates must be prepared to work outside the regular 9-5 work week, and have access to the internet and a computer that meets minimum requirements. Experience with learning management systems (e.g. D2L) and videoconferencing software (e.g. Zoom) would be an asset. TA duties may include helping to monitor discussion forums in OnQ (D2L), mark course assessments, provide detailed feedback to students in a timely manner, etc. The expected duties will be determined by the course instructor.

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows at Queen’s University are governed by the Collective Agreement for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows between PSAC Local 901 and Queen’s University. Remuneration will be in accordance with the Collective Agreement. Appointments are subject to enrolment figures and budgetary approval. Graduate Teaching Assistantships are filled according to Group Preferences set out in the Collective Agreement between The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and Queen’s University at Kingston, March 23, 2017 to June 30, 2020.

A. First Preference – Group A is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom the TAship has been granted as part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer.

B. Second Preference – Group B is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom (iii) the TAship will not form part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer; or (iv) there is currently no funding commitment provided by the Employer.

C. Third Preference – Group C is for qualified graduate students that have previously held a TAship or TFship for the Employer.

D. Fourth Preference – Group D is for qualified graduate students that have not met the criteria as set out in 12.04 A, B, or C.

Please forward your application and supporting documentation by email to Lee Atkinson, Dan School of Drama and Music.

Applications: All groups: Please indicate course preferences and submit:

1. Statement of interest and relevant experience, including an indication of course preference

2. Complete and current curriculum vitae

3. SOLUS printout of grades or transcript 4. Any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.

The University will provide support in its recruitment process to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs.

If you have further questions please contact: Lee Atkinson lee.atkinson@queensu.ca

 


Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Position: 
Introduction to Playwriting [DRAM 251] 

Fall 2018

Posting Date: July 12, 2018

Closing Date: July 24, 2018

The Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, requests applications from suitably qualified undergraduate students interested in a teaching assistant position for the following course: DRAM 251 - Introduction to Playwriting (on-line)

Writing of dramatic exercises and one-act plays accompanied by dramaturgical study of published and original works.

https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-courses/courses-2018-19/introduction-to-playwriting-dram-251/

Applicants are required to have expertise in the field relevant to the course and excellent interpersonal skills. Some training and preparation is needed before the start of the course. Candidates must be prepared to work outside the regular 9-5 work week, and have access to the internet and a computer that meets minimum requirements. Experience with learning management systems (e.g. D2L) and videoconferencing software (e.g. Zoom) would be an asset.

TA duties may include helping to monitor discussion forums in OnQ (D2L), mark course assessments, provide detailed feedback to students in a timely manner, etc. The expected duties will be determined by the course instructor.

Please forward your application and supporting documentation by email to Lee Atkinson, Dan School of Drama and Music. lee.atkinson@queensu.ca

Applications:

1. Statement of interest and relevant experience, including an indication of course preference

2. Complete and current curriculum vitae

3. SOLUS printout of grades or transcript

4. Any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.

The University will provide support in its recruitment process to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs.

If you have further questions please contact: Lee Atkinson lee.atkinson@queensu.ca


Teaching Assistant Position
World Musics [MUSC 289]

Fall 2018

Posting Date: July 12, 2018

Closing Date: July 24, 2018

The Dan School of Drama and Music, Queen’s University, requests applications from suitably qualified graduate students interested in a teaching assistant position for the following course: (MUSC 289) World Musics - ON-LINE An introduction to the study of music in culture, based on world music traditions. The course focuses on a selection of Native North American, African, European, Eastern and Middle Eastern, as well as other musical contexts. https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-courses/courses-2018-19/world-musics-musc-289/ Applicants are required to have expertise in the field relevant to the course and excellent interpersonal skills. These teaching assistantships are for the support of online courses. Some training and preparation is needed before the start of the course. Candidates must be prepared to work outside the regular 9-5 work week, and have access to the internet and a computer that meets minimum requirements. Experience with learning management systems (e.g. D2L) and videoconferencing software (e.g. Zoom) would be an asset. TA duties may include helping to monitor discussion forums in OnQ (D2L), mark course assessments, provide detailed feedback to students in a timely manner, etc. The expected duties will be determined by the course instructor. TA duties may include working with online assessment tools on OnQ, grading research and writing assignments, assisting in student peer-to-peer assessment, assessing online discussion and reflections, grading exams and managing grades. The TA will also help manage student inquiries, and assist with scheduling and facilitating exams.

Graduate Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows at Queen’s University are governed by the Collective Agreement for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows between PSAC Local 901 and Queen’s University. Remuneration will be in accordance with the Collective Agreement. Appointments are subject to enrolment figures and budgetary approval. Graduate Teaching Assistantships are filled according to Group Preferences set out in the Collective Agreement between The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) and Queen’s University at Kingston, March 23, 2017 to June 30, 2020.

A. First Preference – Group A is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom the TAship has been granted as part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer.

B. Second Preference – Group B is for qualified graduate students registered as: (i) students in a department or program in which the TAship will be offered; or (ii) students in an interdisciplinary program with TA budget resources, and for whom (iii) the TAship will not form part of the funding commitment offered by the Employer; or (iv) there is currently no funding commitment provided by the Employer.

C. Third Preference – Group C is for qualified graduate students that have previously held a TAship or TFship for the Employer.

D. Fourth Preference – Group D is for qualified graduate students that have not met the criteria as set out in 12.04 A, B, or C.

Please forward your application and supporting documentation by email to Lee Atkinson, Dan School of Drama and Music.

Applications: All groups: Please indicate course preferences and submit:

1. Statement of interest and relevant experience, including an indication of course preference

2. Complete and current curriculum vitae

3. SOLUS printout of grades or transcript

4. Any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration.

The University will provide support in its recruitment process to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs.

If you have further questions please contact: Lee Atkinson lee.atkinson@queensu.ca