Now Hiring: Teaching Assistant for MIND/GSICE Programs

Love career exploration? Looking for teaching experience? Come work with us!

The Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) is seeking a graduate student or postdoc who can assist the OCPD Program Director with the Motiving INformed Decisions (MIND) and Graduate Student Internships for Career Exploration (GSICE) programs.

Who should apply: PhD students and postdocs; and/or UCSF students eligible for federal work study.

Why apply: You will receive paid training, mentorship, and teaching experience, and develop skills in higher education program management. You will also have the opportunity to learn about the many career paths available to PhDs, and contribute to program strategy and development.

Salary: $22/hour, approximately 10 hours/week, March-December 2020.

Start Date: Open until filled. First review on February 27, 2020.

How to apply: Read all the details and email a cover letter and resume to [email protected].

Hiring Manager:

Linda Louie, PhD

Program Director, Office of Career and Professional Development

This position will be supporting GSICE and MIND, two programs that support UCSF trainees in making informed decisions about what career to pursue, through education, reflection, and hands-on experience. Learn more about the programs here.