AGSEM Grader Survey: Beginning of Summer 2020
Thanks for your time to help us advocate for better working and learning conditions! All answers are confidential.
If you're providing information on different Departments/Hiring Units--for example, if you are giving feedback on both a Hiring Unit and a different Department you're doing a degree in--please fill this survey out multiple times. (If you're just providing feedback on one Department/Hiring Unit, just one survey is perfect!)
There will be a second, follow-up survey released in a few weeks to see if conditions have changed.
Which department are you in? (If you're providing information on different departments, please fill this survey out multiple times.)
Have you applied to be a grader for Summer 2020?
Have you been hired as a grader for Summer 2020?
No (I didn't apply)
No (I was rejected)
No (I'm still waiting to hear back)
In your department, how much is a grader paid per hour?
In your department, how many hours is a grader position?
In your department, what do applicants need to submit to be considered for a grader position?
Email to administrative support staff
Email to course instructor
In your department, how are grader jobs circulated?
Word of mouth
Asked by course instructor
Posting on department website
In your department, what are a grader's responsibilities?
Marking problem sets or other non-essays
Holding office hours
Emailing with students
Meeting with students
Maintaining the course's MyCourses page
Invigilating exams, quizzes, and/or tests
Demonstrating and/or explaining lab sessions
Is a grader in your department paid for:
Time spent reading and/or preparing
Time spent attending class
Time spent meeting with the course instructor
In your department, do you feel that a grader's contracted hours and rate of pay adequately enables a grader to perform the job that is expected? If not, please elaborate on areas where you feel graders are overworked and/or underpaid.
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