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The politics, backstabbing, and general lack of trustworthiness of staff makes for a terrible work environment

Answered 6 June 2019

I started with many illusions and quickly realized I was not allowed to have a voice, ask questions, or show agency. I was hired with a graduate degree, experience and motivation and expected to shut up, do my tasks and not question. There is zero innovation, all politics and backstabbing on the admin side. It’s probably great if you’re an academic.

Answered 6 June 2019

Casual positions can take anywhere from a couple weeks to months depending on the need for new hires. It consists of submitting a resume and being successful in an interview and may include a small practical abilities test.
Full time positions occur rarely and take weeks to go through the application, interview, presentation, final selection stages.

Answered 27 March 2019

Prove to them your confident fixing problems without supervision, you'll do fine

Answered 25 October 2019

Your teaching philosophy, your past experience, educational qualifications, and very specific about references.
You must provide references from supervisors who DIRECTLY witnessed you teaching

Answered 21 September 2017

Full time gets 6 starting immediately then 15 following year

Answered 25 October 2019

As only part-time job, hours of work were not regular.

Answered 5 June 2019

Safe, cooperative and respectful environment.

Answered 5 June 2019
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