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Vacancies: Teaching assistants for Qualitative Research Methods – IB

09 January 2017

Position:

Vacancies for Teaching assistants for Qualitative Research Methods – International Business

Number of positions:

5                                      

Study programme:

IB, 2nd year

Job description:

For the course Qualitative Research Methods – International Business we are searching teaching assistants to pursue the following tasks:

  • assisting students during tutorials and practical lab sessions, including interviewing tutorial
  • assisting students to work with qualitative software program ATLAS.ti
  • checking student assignments
  • providing feedback to student assignments
  • checking (open-question) exam

Language:

English

Requirements:

  • very good knowledge and skills of research methods, especially qualitative research methods;
  • very good analytical and reasoning skills;
  • motivation to learn working with qualitative software program ATLAS.ti
  • good English proficiency;
  • prior experience as teaching assistant is preferred
  • to have followed (or to be willing to follow in beginning of February 2016) the RUG training course for student (teaching) assistants


Hours per week:

8

Period:

February 1, 2017 – April 1, 2017


Required documents for application:

  • letter of intention
  • CV (including grade slip of passed courses)

Application and contact for more information:

Dr. Laura Maruster

If you are interested, please contact Laura Maruster by e-mail l.maruster@rug.nl. Deadline 15 January.

Last modified:17 January 2017 1.11 p.m.

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