Teaching Assistants for CBE Courses

The CBE is hiring Teaching Assistants for the following courses offered during Spring 2023 semester.

  1. BUS 160 Principles of Marketing (two positions for four sections)
  2. BUS 105 Foundations of Management  (two positions for four sections)
  3. BUS 211 Introduction to Innovation and Entrepreneurship (one position for two sections)
  4. BUS 281 Management of Information Systems (two positions for four sections)
  5. BUS 276 Integrated Marketing Communication, BUS 262 Consumer Behavior(one position for two courses, three groups in total)
  6. BUS 278 Internet Marketing (one position for two sections)
  7. BUS 299 Capstone: Simulation (one position for four sections)
  • Assist (or mentor) the students in their project report development.
  • Assist in assessing and giving feedback on the project progress reports submitted by the student groups throughout the semester.
  • Assist in assessing and giving feedback on the draft project final report to be submitted by the student groups before the end of the semester.
  • Assist in organizing the in-class activities and/or exercises throughout the semester. As well as assisting in assessing their outcomes, if needed.
  • Perform proctoring during the midterm and final exams.


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional/disciplinary experience; master’s degree preferred (undergraduate students are not eligible);
  • Excellent knowledge of the disciplinary content;
  • Fluency in English, excellent communication and organizational skills;
  • Good computer skills;
  • Self-initiative, attentive to detail, with strong ability to multi-task.


Please e-mail your CV and cover letter to [email protected] with subject line “the course you are interested in”.
This is a part-time position (maximum 20 hours per week) with work hours specific to CBE course schedule.

Deadline to submit applications:  January 12, 2023.

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

AUA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to an active non-discrimination program within the institution.