Application form for existing casual tutors

Use this form to indicate your preferences for tutorial classes in Term 1 2022.

This form is only to be used by casual staff who have previously taught in the School of Mathematics and Statistics UNSW or who have been placed on an eligibility list.  Applicants with no previous experience with the School should instead fill out the CASUAL TEACHING ELIGIBILITY LIST APPLICATION form available at www.maths.unsw.edu.au/about/information-casual-tutors .

NOTE THAT:

  • The number of tutorials that need to be staffed varies from year to year. The submission of this form does not guarantee employment.
  • Applications will not be processed until a couple of weeks before the start of term and part-time loads will not be finalised until just before the start of term.
  • Tutorials for many courses start in Week 1.
  • Due to classes being amalgamated or closed down your load may fluctuate during session.
  • To prepare for the possibility that classes may be moved online at some during the term, tutors must have access to good internet.
  • Tutors for MATH1131/1141/1231/1241 must be familiar with the Maple symbolic algebra package.
  • Tutors for MATH1041 must be familiar with R and RStudio.
  • Tutors for MATH1151 must be familiar with Matlab.
  • Rates of pay can be found at www.hr.unsw.edu.au/services/salaries/casacsal.html
  • Applications for Term 1 2022 should be made by Monday 17th January 2022 (week "-3"). You can always submit an updated form later if your information changes.

Important Changes

  • Since 2021 T2: Note that MATH1131/1141/1231/1241 tutorials cover both algebra and calculus each week. This means every tutor will have to teach both the algebra and calculus parts of the course.
  • NEW FROM 2022 T1: It is now also the case for MATH1151 which will from now on will have just one tutorial per week which is combined algebra and calculus

Form

Fill out the details below and click the "Submit" button at the bottom of the page.  A confirmation will be sent to the email that you provide.  If you do not receive this email, please check with Joshua Capel (j.capel@unsw.edu.au) or  Laure Helme-Guizon (laure@unsw.edu.au) to ensure your application has been received.

 

Personal details
The teaching pods are an isolated space where you can teach online (example: https://studiobricks.com/product/studiobricks-one-xxl/). Each pod will have dual monitors with a standard PC plus a Wacom display tablet and/or a document camera.
List the UNSW Maths & Stats courses you have previously tutored or enter "none" if you are new to tutoring in Maths & Stats at UNSW.
Courses
Select your preferences from the options below. You can select as many 1st, 2nd, etc preferences as you like. This indicates your relative preference between courses and some may be equal. Please note that MATH1131/1141/1231/1241 and MATH1151 combine algebra and calculus into the same tutorial (so you would be expected to teach both).
1st2nd3rd4th5thDefinitely not
MATH1011 Fundamentals of Mathematics B
MATH1031 Mathematics for Life Sciences
MATH1041 Statistics for Life and Social Sciences (Tutorials)
MATH1041 Statistics for Life and Social Sciences (Labs, week 1 to 3)
MATH1081 Discrete Mathematics
MATH1131 Mathematics 1A
MATH1141 Higher Mathematics 1A
MATH1151 Mathematics for Actuarial Studies and Finance
MATH1231 Mathematics 1B
MATH1241 Higher Mathematics 1B
Assignment marking
1st2nd3rd4th5thDefinitely not
Numerical Methods (MATH2089)
Second-year Statistics MATLAB Lab (MATH2089)
Second-year Vector Calculus (MATH2011/2111)
Mathematical Computing (MATH2301)
Second-year Engineering Mathematics (MATH2018/2019)
Second-year Other - please specify with a comment below.
Note: MATH2089 uses Matlab exclusively
Non-availability
On the timetable below select those times times where you are NOT available to teach. Please leave open as many times as possible, as classes will only be assigned to empty slots!
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