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New hourly-paid teachers in physics recruited for autumn 2018 and spring 2019 terms

The Department of Physics at the Aalto University School of Science is looking for new hourly-paid teachers for the academic year 2018–19.
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The work is part-time, and the specific hours and courses will be agreed individually. The assignments include supervision of laboratory work and exercises.

The salary will be 32–43 euros per hour, based on the applicant's level of education. Extra compensation will be paid for evaluating and scoring exercises and exams, for example.

Express your interest in the position and send a transcript of record of your studies to the address [email protected], and you will gain access to a mailing list with more information.

Decisions on the teachers for the courses in autumn 2018 will mainly be made in early June.

Further information: [email protected].

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