For the IT department of the Faculty of Economics and Business (FEB) at the University of Amsterdam, StudiJob is looking for:
Student-assistants Implementation New Educational Methods (7-19h a week)
What will you do?
In the upcoming academic semester (September until December 2019) the FEB is looking for students that are taking courses at the faculty and want to contribute to the educational program. This concerns two separate projects, for both of these projects we are looking for three to six enthusiastic candidates.
During the fall, first year students will take an exam to test their progress in the courses before the final exams. This exam will be online and as a student-assistant you will contribute to designing this quiz. This entails writing introductory texts, but also writing explanations for the several answers.
We are looking for thorough FEB-students (2nd year or higher) who would like to spend 7 to 14 hours a week working on this project. The exact times are flexible and very easy to combine with your studies.
Project: Development Educational Methods
The focus of this project is more technical. You will contribute to the several methods of online education, such as video editing and e-learning. You’ll also be desiging educational modules yourself.
We are looking for technically inclined students, that would like to work 8 to 19 hours a week on this project. As with the other project, the actual times are flexible and easy to combine with your studies.
Period and Salary:
Both projects start at the beginning of the academic year (2nd of September). Your salary depends on the phase of study you are in, but will be between €13,48 and €15,72 per hour (as decided by the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities).
Are you looking for a flexible job in which you can contribute to education? And would you like to work at the organizational part of the University of Amsterdam?
Apply directly by sending your resume (and short motivation letter) to Gijs@StudiJob.nl.
Questions? Please call at 0031 20 535 3462 or send a WhatsApp-message to 0031 6 14967679 (only for WhatsApp-messages).