Hebrew Teaching Assistant Position
Each year the Jewish Studies Program hires a teaching assistant for our Hebrew courses. We give preference to UC San Diego graduate students but undergraduates and community members may also apply. We accept resumes/CVs and Statements of Purpose (as defined below) throughout the year from interested applicants. Please send queries to the Program Coordinator.
The Jewish Studies Program hires a teaching assistant for our first-year Hebrew courses, and the first two quarters of our second-year Hebrew courses. Appointmets are at 25% time working 10 hours per week, teaching two one-hour sections under supervision of the Hebrew Languages Instructors, and grading.
Hebrew Teaching Assistant duties include, but are not limited to, preparing in-class discussions and instructional materials, leading discussion sections, holding office hours, and grading homework/tests. Native Hebrew speaker is preferred and advanced competency in Hebrew grammar is required.
Use your UCSD Personal ID number and Personal Access Code to log on to the Academic Student Employment System. New graduate students will first need to establish a TritonLink account through the Grad Apply system. For non-students please submit application materials to the Program Coordinator.
Please submit the following documents:
- Resume or CV detailing language and/or teaching background
- Statement of purpose hand written in Hebrew
Application Deadline: Ongoing