Positions Available
Graduate Teaching Assistantship  2015/16 

Course list: HTML: TA_CourseList_15.htm Excel: TA_CourseList_15.xlsx All graduate students are invited to apply for a Graduate Teaching Assistantship in the Department of Mathematics for the Fall and Winter terms of 2015/16. Following the Collective Agreement, students who have been offered TA support as part of their graduate acceptance package will be given preference for the available positions. It is recommended that you read the PSAC Local 901 Collective Agreement for Graduate Teaching and Teaching Fellows (20132017) Notes:
Internal Candidates (Group A and B, students enrolled in a MATH or STAT graduate program): You will be emailed a link to a survey to indicate your course preferences. External Candidates (Group C and D): Applications should include a complete and current curriculum vitae, as well as any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration such as a teaching dossier or student evaluations, etc. to Anne Burns (burnsa@mast.queensu.ca) by August 10, 2015. The University invites applications from all qualified individuals. Queen's University is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Review of completed applications will begin after August 10, 2015 and continue until the positions are filled. The final appointments are subject to budgetary approval and regular staffing. Additional information about the Department of Mathematics and Statistics can be found at http://www.mast.queensu.ca/ Any questions can be directed to Ping Li (pingli@mast.queensu.ca) 
Teaching Fellow Positions– 2015/16 

MATH/MTHE 212 – W – Linear Algebra– 95 students The Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Queen’s University invites applications from suitably qualified graduate students interested in teaching the courses listed above. Candidates should be enrolled as a Ph.D. student, have completed their comprehensive exam and at least 15 hours of classroom instructional training (e.g. the Teaching Apprenticeship program). The University invites applications from all qualified individuals. Queen’s University is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Graduate Teachings Assistants and Teaching Fellows at Queen's University are governed by the Collective Agreement for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Fellows between PSAC Local 901 and Queen's University. Remuneration will be in accordance with the Collective Agreement, and appointments are subject to funding or enrolment criteria. Internal Candidates: please express your interest by email to Gregory G. Smith (ugchair@mast.queensu.ca). Applications should include a complete and current curriculum vitae, as well as any other relevant materials the candidate wishes to submit for consideration such as a teaching dossier or student evaluations, etc. to Gregory G. Smith (ugchair@mast.queensu.ca). Review of completed applications will begin after Friday, 24 July, 2015 and continue until the positions are filled. The final appointments are subject to budgetary approval and regular staffing. Additional information about the Department of Mathematics and Statistics can be found at http://www.mast.queensu.ca. Download: DOC  PDF 
Summer 2015 Teaching Fellow Positions 

Two Teaching Fellow positions are available for the Summer MATH 121 course
Deadline for applications is Monday, April 6th, 2015. This position is a 75% Teaching Fellow position, as some work will be shared with a departmental instructor. In addition to mastery of the course material, the instructor will be responsible for at a minimum:
Other coursespecific duties may also be required. Note: Candidates should consult their supervisor before accepting any additional employment. Fulltime students employed as teaching assistants are limited to a maximum of ten hours a week (average) in this capacity.Time commitment While most of the instructional work can be done Monday through Friday during regular business hours, some student contact (e.g. online tutorials) will likely require evening or weekend scheduling. Applying
Students in Teaching Fellow Group B (essentially all Dept. of Math & Stats grad students) can email their interest to Ping Li.

Academic Assistant  fulltime contract position 

The Mathematics and Engineering program at Queen's University, Kingston, administered by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, invites applications from qualified candidates for the position of academic assistant to coordinate design related project courses and run laboratory components of regular courses. Rate of pay $28.04 per hour. QualificationsMinimum of an MSc in Engineering, Engineering Sciences, or related field. Strong mathematical background. Experience with Engineering Design. Capable with hardware and software. Candidates must have excellent communication and presentation skills, as well as be capable of working as a member of a teaching team. Must be a licensed Professional Engineer or be eligible for licensing.Duties
Course descriptions and detailed dutiesAPSC 100. This is a first year course for all students in Engineering and Applied Science. The component of the course pertaining to the job is acting as supervisor for 12 week, client based, group design projects. Students give presentations and write reports for the projects. There are undergraduate teaching assistants for the course who manage the daytoday parts of the supervision. APSC 200/293. This is a second year engineering design course. The component of the course pertaining to the job is acting as overseer of a 6 week group design project for Mathematics and Engineering students. Students give presentations and write reports for the projects. MTHE 332. This is a third year introductory control course for Mathematics and Engineering students. The course has a series of labs, and the duties include acting as lab manager and marking lab reports. MTHE 393. This is a third year engineering design course, solely for Mathematics and Engineering students. The first half of the course consists of lectures and labs in system and control theory. The second part of the course is a design project in system identification and control theory. In the first part of the course, students write lab reports, and in the second part of the course students give a presentation and write reports. MTHE 430. This is a fourth year advanced control course for Mathematics and Engineering students. The course has a series of labs, and the duties include acting as lab manager and marking lab reports. MTHE 493. This is the Mathematics and Engineering capstone design course. Duties for this course include coordination, and possibly supervising projects if the candidate is able to do so. MTHE 494. This is a fourth year seminar course for Mathematics and Engineering students. Duties for this course include coordination of the various lecturers for the course, and overseeing student presentations. Completed applications should include
Submit your application to: Marge Lambert, Admin. Assist, Math & Stats Dept., lambertm@mast.queensu.ca by May 20, 2015 
Academic Assistant  parttime 

The Mathematics and Statistics Department at Queen's University, Kingston, invites applications from qualified candidates for the position of academic assistant to assist with the development of online courses. To begin March 20, 2015 – as a parttime contract position (approx. 10 hours per week) at $28.04 per hour. QualificationsStrong mathematical background, especially in Calculus and Differential Equations. Experience with software such as Perl, LateX, HTML, Webwork, Moodle. Candidates must have excellent communication and presentation skills.Completed applications should include
Submit your application to: Marge Lambert, Admin. Assist, Math & Stats Dept., lambertm@mast.queensu.ca 
Twoyear Postdoctoral Positions 

Applications are invited for twoyear postdoctoral positions beginning July 1, 2015. The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to both the research and teaching activities of the Department. Contributions to research include pursuing independent and/or collaborative projects, and participating in seminars and other research activities of the Department. Postdoctoral fellows typically teach three onesemester courses per year. The combined annual salary for research and teaching is at least $46,300 CAN. The candidate's research should be in one of the existing areas of strength of the Department. In pure math and statistics these include algebraic geometry, number theory, representation theory, invariant theory, dynamical systems, free probability, theoretical and applied statistics, and mathematical physics. In applied math these include information theory, coding theory, control theory, and mathematical biology. Candidates are encouraged to contact a faculty member with whom they expect to interact during the fellowship. Further details on the departmental research profile can be found at the department's web page listing faculty by research area. Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a research statement, a teaching statement, and have at least four letters of recommendation (one of which addresses teaching). All applications should be submitted through www.mathjobs.org.Reviewing applications will begin on March 9 and continue until the positions are filled. For more information about the position or about Queen's university, please see the departmental web page at www.mast.queensu.ca. 
Twoyear Postdoctoral Positions 

Pending budget approval, applications are invited for twoyear postdoctoral positions beginning July 1, 2015. The successful candidates will be expected to contribute to both the research and teaching activities of the Department. Contributions to research include pursuing independent and/or collaborative projects, and participating in seminars and other research activities of the Department. Postdoctoral fellows typically teach two onesemester courses per year. The combined annual salary for research and teaching is at least $42,000 CAN. The candidate's research should be in one of the existing areas of strength of the Department. In pure math and statistics these include algebraic geometry, number theory, representation theory, invariant theory, dynamical systems, free probability, theoretical and applied statistics, and mathematical physics. In applied math these include information theory, coding theory, control theory, and mathematical biology. Further details on the departmental research profile can be found at the department's web page listing faculty by research area. Applicants should submit a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a research statement, a teaching statement, and have at least four letters of recommendation (one of which addresses teaching). All applications should be submitted through www.mathjobs.org. All applications received by January 19, 2015 will be given full consideration. For more information about the position or about Queen's university, please see the departmental web page at www.mast.queensu.ca. 