Application for tutoring and marking in UOA Maths: Semester 1, 2020
Dear students,

This is an invitation to apply for tutoring and marking work in the University of Auckland's Department of Mathematics in semester 1, 2020 (Monday 2 March 2020 to Friday 5 June 2020). The application must be submitted by 19th January 2020. This is an open invitation, and you are welcome to share it with other students who you think may be interested. Normally only students enrolled in UOA degree programmes are eligible to apply, and we employ both graduate and undergraduate students with strong mathematics backgrounds. Undergraduates are typically offered marking or time working in the assistance room, rather than tutorials.

If your availability changes after filling in the sheet, please email Jonny Stephenson at jonny.stephenson@auckland.ac.nz urgently.

If you have any questions, please also feel free to get in touch by email.

Best,
Jonny
Personal details
Family name *
(as on your UOA ID card)
Your answer
Given name *
Your answer
Student ID *
(not your UPI)
Your answer
Your UPI (eg: wxyz999) *
Your answer
Email *
(check this is correct - it is the primary way we will respond to you!)
Your answer
Contact phone number *
(cell preferred)
Your answer
Eligibility to work *
Availability to work *
Semester 1 runs from Monday 2 March 2020 to Friday 5th June 2020. The Good Friday/mid-semester break/ANZAC day period begins on Good Friday (April 10th) and ends on Monday April 27th (when ANZAC day is observed). There are no classes between these dates. Please indicate whether you are available to work for the entire semester; if you will be away, indicate the days when you are NOT available for work.
Maths and maths work history
Programme and level *
(undergraduates, please indicate which level you will be enrolled in in S1 2020)
Briefly explain other programme
(if applicable)
Your answer
Majors *
Required
Maths supervisor
(if applicable)
Your answer
Grade point average at UOA
(or from another university - if so, say which. Not required for PhD and Masters students)
Your answer
Tutor and marker training *
Of the following UOA training courses, list all those you have completed: Tutor (1, or 2); Marker; Maths 202, Maths 302; None.
Your answer
Tutoring and mark entry: what have you done for the UOA Maths Department before *
and what year did you first do it
2017 or earlier
2018
2019
Never
Small group tutorials for 102/108/208
Small group tutorials for 120/130/150/153/250
Maths Assistance room tutoring
Tuakana tutoring
Mark entry for Maths (Assignments and/or tutorials)
Other small group tutorials (see next question)
Specify for which other UOA courses you have been a small group tutor
Your answer
What marking have you done for the UOA Maths Department before *
and what year did you first do it
2017 or earlier
2018
2019
Never
Assignment marking for 102
Assignment marking for 108/208
Assignment marking for 120/130/150/153/250
Other maths assignment marking at UOA
Describe any other relevant tutoring and marking experience
Your answer
Availability for private tutoring
I am occasionally asked to help find private tutors. If you might be willing to do private tutoring, give your email address (again) below to receive emails about such work; email addresses here may be shared with Paddy Bartlett, who also receives such requests.
Your answer
Work preferences
Your preferences will be taken into account but which work is offered depends also on your experience and background and the availability of other tutors. If there are options which you are qualified, available, and willing to do apart from your preferred choices, you should check them here, as many as possible.
What work would you like? *
Prefer
Yes
Possibly
No
Small group tutorials
Assignment marking
Assistance room
Tuakana tutoring
Enter your marking preferences below *
Prefer
Yes
No
TFC (foundation)
MATHS 102
MATHS 108
MATHS 110
MATHS 120
MATHS 130
MATHS 162
MATHS 190
MATHS 199 (MAX: this course counts for credit as 162)
MATHS 208
MATHS 250
MATHS 253
MATHS 254
MATHS 260
MATHS 270
MATHS 326
MATHS 328
MATHS 333
MATHS 361
MATHS 363
COMPSCI 120
COMPSCI 225
Availability and preferences for small group tutorials *
Prefer
Yes
No
MATHS 102 tutorials
MATHS 108 tutorials
MATHS 110 tutorials
MATHS 120 tutorials
MATHS 130 tutorials
MATHS 162 labs
MATHS 190 tutorials
MATHS 199 labs (MATLAB experience needed here)
MATHS 208 tutorials
MATHS 250 tutorials
MATHS 253 tutorials
MATHS 254 tutorials
MATHS 260 labs
MATHS 270 labs
MATHS 326 tutorials
MATHS 328 tutorials
MATHS 333 tutorials
MATHS 361 tutorials
MATHS 363 tutorials
COMPSCI 120 tutorials (90 minutes long)
COMPSCI 225 tutorials
Availability for MATHS 120/130 in lecture team task tutoring (typically this job is done by one of the tutors in the course) *
Prefer
Yes
No
MATHS 120
MATHS 130
What times are you available to work? Put a tick if you can work at the indicated time.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8am-9am
9am-10am
10am-11am
11am-12 noon
12 noon-1pm
1pm-2pm
2pm-3pm
3pm-4pm
4pm-5pm
5pm-6pm
How much marking would you like? *
Each bundle is 20-40 hours of work, with the intended target of approximately 25 hours
Yes
No
No marking
Marking 1 course
Marking 2 courses
How many hours in the assistance room would you like? *
How many hours of work would you like (approximately)? 100 is the maximum we can give.
Other employment within the University
Will you be working for any other Department this semester? If yes, give an estimate of the number of hours.
Your answer
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