Expressions of interest in tutoring for SEFTMS in 2018
Expressions of interest are invited from university graduates to work part-time as tutors in undergraduate English, Film, Theatre, and Media Studies courses for 2018.
12 January 2018
It is expected that successful applicants will have an Honours degree or higher. Applications are particularly encouraged from current and intending postgraduate students.
Tutoring roles are characterised by the following set of basic conditions or expectations:
- Tutorials usually occur for one hour, per course, per teaching week;
- Tutorials are designed to provide: opportunities for small group discussion and interaction; learning support for course material and lectures; in-class advice as to the completion of assignments;
- Tutorial teaching begins in the second week of trimester and involves approximately ten weeks of actual tutoring;
- Tutorials generally comprise up to 20 students per class depending on enrolment numbers;
- Tutorials (while their coverage may be directed by the Course Coordinators) are planned and resourced by individual class tutors;
- In addition to preparing and running tutorials, a tutoring role involves a few hours each week for student consultation and additional hours during the trimester for the marking of student assignments;
- Tutors are expected to attend regular meetings with the Course Coordinator during the trimester, and one end-of-course examiners' meeting, and possibly attend the lectures for courses on which they work.
See the Course Finder for the 2018 undergraduate courses we will be offering.
Email us attaching:
- a covering letter;
- your CV;
- the application form
- supervisor approval email if you are a postgraduate student;
- a copy of your work visa if applicable.
Applications close Sunday 4th of February.
Decisions will be made by mid-February 2018.