Notetakers are casual employees of the university, and are usually students in the same or a similar discipline to the student who needs the notetakers. A Disability Services Officer assesses whether notetakers are required. Students applying for notetakers need to provide a statement from an appropriate health professional about their disability and its impact on their studies.
Applications are now open for casual notetaking work opportunities to commence in Autumn 2014 semester
Notetakers work in lectures, tutorials and seminars taking notes for students with a range of disabilities including hearing, vision and mobility impairments, learning disabilities and medical conditions.
- The hourly rate is $28.71 (1 Nov 2013). UTS casual staff conditions apply
- Selection criteria for notetaking positions include a good academic record, very good English listening skills, legible handwriting, good interpersonal skills and the ability to manage your time and provide a timely and reliable service to students
- IMPORTANT: Notetakers are required to work in lectures/tutorials/seminars etc. that they may NOT be enrolled in. Please do not apply if you are not able to work outside of your own timetable
- Training sessions will take place in late January 2014 and early February 2014
- Shortlisted applicants will be contacted in January 2014
- Enquiries can be made to the Special Needs and Financial Assistance Administrator
- Please note: applications made by email will not be considered - please use link below to apply