TUTORS/ STUDENT ASSISTANTS
FACULTY OF SCIENCE: DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY
The Faculty of Science: Department of Chemistry has part time positions for Tutors/Student Assistants at Pretoria (Arcadia) and eMalahleni Campus.
Critical Performance Areas
· Assist undergraduate students with Chemistry modules for tutoring and guidance.
· Assist in preparation of reagents for undergraduate practical class and filed trips and marking.
· Conduct pre-lab briefing and assist students in the laboratory.
· Conduct contact tutorials in the classroom and on MyTUT or Bright space.
· Support and guide students on the use of Brightspace tools.
· Provide feedback to students on academic activities and respond timeously to students queries.
· Track attendance and monitor students’s performance.
· Report on student analytics and continuously track students who are at risk on time for early intervention.
· Postgraduate students with atleas a relevant Master’s Degree in Chemistry/ B-Tech Degree in Chemistry/ Postgraduate Diploma in Chemistry/ Advanced Diploma in Analytical Chemistry or registered students in Advanced Diploma in Analytical Chemistry or Postgraduate Diploma in Chemistry.
· Preference will be given to Postgraduate students, who are academically excelled in their undergraduate studies.
· Experience as a Tutor will be an added advantage.
· Proficiency in Ms Office and other computer programmes.
· Full proficiency in English is a pre-requisite.
· Preference will be given to South African registered students.
· Use of Brightspace LMS.
Send your CV, certified ID copy, Academic Record and proof of registration for 2023 to the following: Email: MthombeniMS@tut.ac.za
Enqueries: Dr. VJ Tembu Tel: 012 382 6288/ 012 382 6284
NB: All applications should be made electronically. Enquiries and an expression of interest, CV and a full academic record should be sent via email. Students who are not registered for year 2023 will not be considered.
Closing Date: 02 June 2023
If we have not responded within a period of a month from closing date, you should regard your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will be entered into only with short-listed candidates. The University reserves the right not to make an appointment. It is the intention of the University to promote representativity in respect of race, gender and disability through the filling of these posts. Preference will be given to candidates from the designated groups.