August 30, 2013
A Teaching Assistant (TA) is needed in the Department of Psychosocial and Community Health. The TA will support the curricular development activities for mental health aspects of DNP program. This program is funded by HRSA (Grant # D09HP25917) began 7/2013 and goes to 6/2016. He/she will help the instructors develop class schedules, materials and websites, engage in evaluation of student papers and quizzes, and will also help the PI and Faculty Steering Group (FSG) that is interprofessional in nature, conduct outcome studies to evaluate the results of students’ intra and interprofessional clinical practicum, didactic classes and Capstone projects.
Roles and Responsibilities of the TA include:
- Literature search and evaluation of class assignments
- Development of educational and testing material Duplication and distribution of educational material
- Assist in preparation of course materials, and assist in presenting course content when appropriate
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- Must be Graduate Student in good standing except for PMHNP/PNP DNP students
- Excellent literature search skills and writing skills
- Graduate Student who has at least one (and preferably more) graduate level mental health classes
- Excellent computer and internet skills
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team
- Ability to solve problems creatively
- Excellent inter professional communication skills
- Demonstrated attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
- Psychiatric mental health clinical experiences
Fall Quarter 2013; Pay period runs September 16, 2013 – December 15, 2013. Exact dates and hours of employment will be arranged between the TA and faculty lead, Dr. Yoriko Kozuki. The position has the availability of the student being reappointed each quarter for three (3) years pending funding and job performance.
Please send an email with your resume and cover letter to Yoriko Kozuki at email@example.com, with “DNP TA Position” in the subject line, by Friday, August 30, 2013 at 5:00p.
Appointment is governed by a union contract. In order to maintain eligibility for your appointment and its benefits, you will need to enroll in at least 10 credits each academic quarter and 2 credits during the summer quarter. Non-U.S. citizens hired to perform teaching duties must (1) meet English language proficiency requirements and (2) participate fully in the International Teaching Assistant Program at the Center for Instructional Development and Research (CIDR). Documentation will be requested prior to appointment.
Tuition maybe paid from the category Graduate Tier I rate (operating and technology fees), reflecting the Office of Planning and Budgeting’s (OPB) current policy if applicable. Please visit the OPB site for the most up-to-date information, including tuition and related fees: http://www.washington.edu/admin/pb/home/opb-tuition.htm.
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