Specialist position details


BME 201 - Quantitative Human Physiology - Marker1

Hourly Rate: $27.652

Term of appointment from: May 3, 2023 to July 28, 2023

Total hours: 30 - 40*

Average weekly hours: 1.5

* Number of hours to be confirmed upon appointment

Summary of duties and responsibilities

Assist students work through course assignments, answer questions, review course materials and tests/exams.

Required qualifications and experience

Applicants must possess an undergraduate degree in Engineering. Registered as a M.A.Sc. or Ph.D. student in Engineering or Medical Sciences with a research project in biomedical application or an acceptable equivalent. Be familiar with biomedical engineering and human physiology course material. Have good communication skills. Hands-on experience in biomedical engineering or equivalent background is an asset.

Other criteria considered include the career and/or pedagogical value a particular position will provide to the graduate/undergraduate student, the student's preferences, and other sources of graduate student financial support being received. The department appointment priority policy provides priority to graduate students in their academic department or school before others. The policy is posted in the department and is available on request.

The University of Victoria is an equity employer and encourages applications from women, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and aboriginal persons.

Please submit a completed application form online or drop it off at the front desk of EOW 448 by: April 2, 2023.

1 Number of available positions is subject to funding availability, enrollment and/or course cancellation.

2 Effective July 1, 2019 for academic and scientific assistants. See CUPE 4163 collective agreement University of Victoria, Human Resources February 16, 2021.