“A Teaching Assistant is a an employee registered in a graduate degree program at McGill University in the term to which he/she is applying for a position. The TA is appointed to assist a Course Supervisor with the instruction and evaluation of students in a course. A teaching assistant works under the guidance and supervision of the Course Supervisor who is responsible for setting the course objectives, content and method of instruction as well as final grades and grading practices of the course.”
Further information about teaching assistantships at McGill University can be found on the AGSEM website.
Position postings for Fall 2018:
Deadline to submit your application is April 6, 2018.
The Global Environment - envr200_01_201809_edited.pdf ENVR 200, section 01 offered at the downtown campus
The Global Environment - envr200_51_201809.pdf ENVR 200, section 51 offered at the Macdonald campus
Society, Environment and Sustainability - envr201_01_201809.pdf ENVR 201, section 01 offered at the downtown campus
Society, Environment and Sustainability - envr201_51_201809.pdf ENVR 201, section 51 offered at the Macdonald campus
Knowledge, Ethics and Environment - envr203_51_201809.pdfENVR 203, section 51 offered at the Macdonald campus
Environmental Research Design - envr301_01_201809.pdf ENVR 301, section 01 offered at the downtown campus
Environmental Thought - envr400_51_201809.pdf ENVR 400, section 51 offered at the Macdonald campus
Please do not attach a C.V. or covering letter. All information should go onto the application form directly.
For those who prefer to apply on-line: TA On-Line Application Form
Please send your application to:
Danielle Lefebvre, Administrative & Student Affairs Coordinator
McGill School of Environment, Rowles House
21,111 Ch. Lakeshore, Ste-Anne de Bellevue, Quebec H9X 3V9
Email: danielle.lefebvre [at] mcgill.ca (scanned document; electronic submission)
Can also be sent via McGill internal mail through your own department, or via Christina Zhu, MSE downtown, 3534 University St.
Feel free to telephone if you have questions: 514-398-7559
Important Note: International Students
International students must have a valid Canadian Social Insurance Number to apply for a position as teaching assistant (or other employment on campus). To apply for a Social Insurance Number, you will need to present your Visa/Study Permit and a McGill Employment Contract (printed on McGill letterhead) at your local Service Canada Centre. Please see Judy Dear in Leacock 442 to obtain the necessary Employment Contract.
The Centre nearest McGill’s downtown campus is:
Montréal (Downtown) Service Canada Centre
Guy-Favreau Complex, Suite 034
200 René-Lévesque Blvd West