Student Assistant III (Lab Assistant) – Department of Math & Computer Science
Applications are to be received by: 4:30 p.m. on September 5, 2018.
Classification: Student Assistant III
Job Title: Lab Assistant
Employee Group: PSAC
Department: Math & Computer Science, Faculty of Science
Start Date: September 10, 2018
Date Issued: July 9, 2018
Hours of Work: 1 to 2.5 hours/week (from Sept. 10 to Dec. 4, 2018; total hours: see below)
Number of Positions Available: 5
Advise and help in labs of Computer Science I, Discrete Struct Prog; Set Theory & Logic, Calculus III under some supervision and other related duties as assigned.
|Course||# positions||Expected hours per lab assistant|
|62: 160 Computer Science I||2||2.5 hours per week (total: 27.5 hours)|
|62: 206 Discrete Struct/Prog||1||2 hours per week (total: 22 hours)|
|62: 261 Set Theory & Logic||1||1 hour per week (total: 12 hours)|
|62: 290 Calculus III||1||2 hours per week (total: 22 hours)|
- Registered student at BU
- Grade A or above in Computer Science I and II, good knowledge of Microsoft Office, TextPad, JDK; strong programming skills in Java, JavaFX, Java Applet. Good understanding of OOP, data structure, network, database, web applications (for assisting with Computer Science I lab)
- Grade A or above in Discrete Struct/Prog, strong programming skills in Java. Good understanding of OOP, data structure (for assisting with Discrete Struct/Prog lab)
- Grade A or above in Set Theory & Logic (for assisting with Set Theory & Logic lab)
- Grade A or above in Calculus III (for assisting with Calculus III lab)
- Good grades in other courses taken
- Previous experience preferred
- Ability to help students with enthusiasm
- Good communication skills
- Reliable and punctual
Please send your application with a cover letter, resume of related work and volunteer experience, and your academic transcript to:
John Chen, Instructional Associate IV, Math and Computer Science Department. Brandon University, Brandon, MB; R7A 6A9; e-mail: email@example.com
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