Teaching Associates


Undergraduate Bachelor of Psychology Teaching Associates

Getting started

The School of Psychological Science is currently recruiting teaching associates (tutors) to lead tutorials, workshops, labs and student consultation sessions. Our flagship undergraduate course Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) develops through three themes of psychology fundamentals and foundational skills, research methods and critical thinking, and psychology in practice and society.

You can find information about the specific psychology units offered in the handbook. Tutors may be offered more than one class per unit, and may be appointed to more than one unit (subject to restrictions and approval by the Education Director).

If you are interested in tutoring in Semester 2, 2020, please apply here. The closing date for applications is Friday 3rd of July, 2020. New applicants must submit the online form, a copy of their CV and academic transcript as well as a concise YouTube video (unlisted, and less than 4 minutes long) covering the following four points:

  • Your education background and qualifications
  • Why you are interested in a Teaching Associate position with us
  • Your experience working collaboratively in teams
  • Which subject you are most passionate about in psychology

This video does not need to be high resolution - it can be completed on a smart phone, iPad, webcam, etc. Please include the link to your YouTube video in the online form.

If you have tutored with us previously, it is not necessary for you to provide a CV, academic transcript or video. However, you will still need to submit a new application form along with copies of your previous teaching evaluations.

To access your evaluations, login to your my.Monash portal and click on the “Teaching & learning” tile and then go to “Teaching evaluation reports (SETU).”

Induction

Monash HR will guide new staff members to the online Induction Portal after accepting their offer of employment.

The Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences offers an online Manual for Teaching Associates through Moodle. The Better Teaching, Better Learning Bytes is a new online tool providing educational resources. Access to these intranet sites will be available at the time of induction.

Contact

For further information, please email psych-teaching-associates@monash.edu or phone +61 3 9903 4043 or 9902 4798.


Graduate Diploma in Psychology
Teaching Associates

Getting started

The School of Psychological Sciences is recruiting for teaching associates (instructors) to teach and mark into future teaching periods of the Graduate Diploma in Psychology (GDP). The GDP is the largest online course at the university, with over 1000 enrolments. This course is designed to allow graduates of other disciplines to retrain in psychology.

The GDP has 6 teaching periods per year, each running for 6 weeks with a 2 week break in between. Teaching and marking one class is approximately 2 days per week, with these hours spread out across the week. You can find information about the specific psychology units offered in the handbook.

We are currently recruiting for future teaching periods. If you are interested in a sessional position with us, please fill out this application form. New applicants must submit the online form, a copy of their CV, evidence of teaching excellence (e.g., teaching evaluations), as well as a concise YouTube video (unlisted, and less than 4 minutes long) covering the following four points:

  • Your education background and qualifications
  • Why you are interested in an instructing position with us
  • Your experience working collaboratively in teams
  • Which subject you are most passionate about in psychology

This video does not need to be high resolution - it can be completed on a smart phone, iPad, webcam, etc. Please include the link to your YouTube video in the online form.

Induction

Training involves completing online modules and an induction meeting. Training takes place in the week before teaching starts and can be completed online.

Contact

For further information, please email leah.braganza@monash.edu or phone +61 3 9905 0076.


Graduate Diploma of Psychology Advanced Supervisors and Teaching Associates

Getting started

The School of Psychological Science is recruiting supervisors and teaching associates (instructors) to supervise, teach and mark into future teaching periods of the Graduate Diploma in Psychology Advanced (GDPA). The GDPA is a world-first online accredited 4th year (honours equivalent) in psychology, which contains a significant fully-online research project.

The GDPA has 6 teaching periods per year, each running for 6 weeks with a 2 week break in between. The role is approximately 1-2 days per week, with these hours spread out across the week. You can find information about the specific psychology units offered in the handbook.

We are currently recruiting for future teaching periods. If you are interested in a sessional position with us, please fill out this application form. New applicants must submit the online form, a copy of their CV, evidence of teaching excellence (e.g., teaching evaluations), as well as a concise YouTube video (unlisted, and less than 4 minutes long) covering the following four points

  • Your education background and qualifications
  • Why you are interested in a Supervisor / Instructor position with us
  • Your experience working collaboratively in teams
  • Which subject or research area you are most passionate about in psychology

This video does not need to be high resolution - it can be completed on a smart phone, iPad, webcam, etc. Please include the link to your YouTube video in the online form.

Induction

Training involves completing online modules and induction meetings. Training takes place in the weeks before teaching starts and can be completed from anywhere with a stable internet connection.

Contact

For further information, please email leah.braganza@monash.edu or phone +61 3 9905 0076.