Individualized Study Tutor - HIST 371, 383

Home Office, Alberta
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Home Office
Depends on Experience 
Permanent Part Time
Division Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences FTE Not Applicable
Location Name Home Office Position Type Permanent Part Time
Location Home Office, Alberta Job ID 1543
Posted 01/07/2019 Wage Min 0.0000
Closing Date 01/31/2019 Wage Max 0.0000
Approximately 0.5 blocks (16 students)  

Individualized Study Tutor

Athabasca University’s Learning Services Tutorial Department is seeking an Individualized Study Tutor for the following courses:

HIST 371 Early Medieval Europe, 400-1000:

HIST 383 The Vikings:  

Qualifications and Experience Required:  A minimum of a Master’s degree (PhD preferred) in History, Medieval Studies, Scandinavian Studies, or related field.

The successful candidate will have subject matter expertise and be responsible for providing academic assistance to students, for marking assignments, and for assigning and recording final grades.  Teaching experience at a post-secondary level is required.  Experience in distance learning and familiarity with digital teaching technologies and online course delivery is preferred.  Experience with adult education and Moodle online course delivery is considered an asset. 

Along with the relevant academic credentials as mentioned above, this position requires excellent communication, organizational, administration and online/computer skills.  The successful candidate should have demonstrated ability to maintain a high academic standard, maintain accurate student records, and return students’ work promptly and within the University’s required service standards.  Candidates must own or have access to a computer and internet with the capability to communicate with the University and students and the capability to run any applications required to perform tutorial support.  Please see for more information on computer and internet connection requirements.

For further information about this position, please contact Dr. Marc Cels, Assistant Professor, History at or 844-795-7731.