Teaching Assistant GE

Department: Children’s Behavioral Health
FTE: 0.49
Terms: Fall Winter Spring Summer 
Academic Year: 2023-2024


Teaching Assistant GEs are responsible for helping faculty with teaching and administrative tasks including but not limited to: in class contact hours (e.g. lead discussion section, assist with class activities); assisting with preparation of the syllabus and course materials; engaging in contact hours with students outside the classroom (e.g., maintain office hours, provide academic assistance, provide constructive and evaluative feedback); and attending university/department approved trainings.

This position will support the Ballmer Institute’s Graduate Microcredential in Child Behavioral Health. This program is synchronously delivered via Zoom in the evenings (T/W/Th 6-8:50pm)

Preferred Qualifications:

Applicants should have:

  • Significant coursework in psychology, human behavior, or a closely related field
  • A current grade point average of at least 3.5 (on a scale of 4)
  • Demonstrated excellence in communication and interpersonal skills

Application Procedure:

Send a resume/CV containing a list of related courses completed and grades received (unofficial copies of transcripts are acceptable) and if applicable, a list of previous Teaching Assistant GE positions held. Provide contact information for at least two people who can comment on your skills or promise as a teaching assistant GE. Please submit all application materials to Maureen Zalewski (Director of Child Behavioral Health Training) via email.

Application Email: zalewski@uoregon.edu (include ‘Application for Teaching Assistant GE for CBH Graduate Microcredential’ in the subject line)

Deadline Date: Rolling

Open Until Filled: Yes
Open Until Filled, Review Begins On: Application review begins September 15th

Maureen Zalewski, Ph.D.

Director of Child Behavioral Health Training

215 Straub Hall

Eugene, OR 97403