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Position Title Part-Time Academic (ASSC 3150 Winter)-Certificate in Intercultural Communication
Posting Number PTAP934P
Department/Unit Multidisciplinary Centre
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities
A part-time academic is required to teach ASSC 3150.03, Intercultural Communication 1, in the 2021/22 winter term (January to April 2022, In-Person delivery), currently scheduled for Thursdays 1435-1725. The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching and administering the class, including lectures, test preparation, and evaluation. This position reports to the coordinator of the Certificate in Intercultural Communication (CIC).
Qualifications/Requirements of Position
Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in an appropriate field, plus previous university teaching experience. Lived cultural experience and evidence of intercultural sensitivity, familiarity with current research in intercultural communication preferred.
Salary Range/Pay Rate Per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information
All applications should include an updated CV and a Cover Letter detailing relevant experience. The application portal will only accept these two documents; you may merge any additional documents you wish to submit with your Cover Letter as a single file.
Due to the current Covid-19 outbreak and ongoing extensions to social distance protocols, Dalhousie University may elect to move this course online. Experience with teaching in an online environment is required. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca), to deliver their courses online.  More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html.

All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.
Term of appointment January-April 2022
Open Date 07/13/2021
Close Date 07/23/2021
Open Until Filled
Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)



Position Title Part-Time Academic (ASSC 3150 Fall)-Certificate in Intercultural Communication
Posting Number PTAP933P
Department/Unit Multidisciplinary Centre
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities
A part-time academic is required to teach ASSC 3150.03, Intercultural Communication 1, in the 2021/22 fall term (September to December 2021, In-Person delivery) currently scheduled for Tuesdays 1135-1425. The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching and administering the class, including lectures, test preparation, and evaluation. This position reports to the coordinator of the Certificate in Intercultural Communication (CIC).
Qualifications/Requirements of Position
Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in an appropriate field, plus previous university teaching experience. Lived cultural experience and evidence of intercultural sensitivity, familiarity with current research in intercultural communication preferred.
Salary Range/Pay Rate Per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information
All applications should include an updated CV and a Cover Letter detailing relevant experience. The application portal will only accept these two documents; you may merge any additional documents you wish to submit with your Cover Letter as a single file.
Due to the current Covid-19 outbreak and ongoing extensions to social distance protocols, Dalhousie University may elect to move this course online for the Fall semester. Experience with teaching in an online environment is required. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca), to deliver their courses online.  More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html.

All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.
Term of appointment September-December 2021
Open Date 07/13/2021
Close Date 07/23/2021
Open Until Filled
Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)


Part-time Academic Posting in the Contemporary Studies Program

The University of King’s College’s Contemporary Studies Program invites applications for a part-time instructor who would be responsible for teaching the following course in the Winter term (January-April 2022):

CTMP 2206.03 cross-listed with HSTC 2209.03 Environmentalism:  Origins, Ideals, and Critique

In this course, we examine the ideals of environmentalism from its origins in the late 18th century to the present. Topics include the romantic critique of industrialization, forest management and sustainability, wilderness preservation, animal rights, ecofeminism, radical environmentalism, Indigenous approaches to the study of the environment, and environmental justice.

The method of delivery (online or in person is to be determined). If the class is offered in-person, it will be held Tuesday and Thursday, 2:35-3:55 p.m.

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching 3 hours of classes per week, evaluating assignments, attending staff meetings, and holding office hours. If eligible, the candidate may be required to supervise a teaching assistant(s). This position reports to the Director of the Contemporary Studies Program.

Qualifications and Experience:

Applicants should possess, as a minimum requirement, a Master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies or a relevant discipline or field of research, although a Ph.D. is preferred. Familiarity with the subject matter of the course is required, and expertise in environmental studies, environmental philosophy or history of science will be an asset. Prior experience teaching at the university level is required.

Pay Rate: Remuneration is based upon qualifications and experience.

To apply: Applicants must submit a cover letter stating their qualifications for, and interest in, teaching the class, a curriculum vitae, and the contact for two references by Friday, July 30, 4 p.m. Atlantic Daylight Time. Only applicants shortlisted for the position will be required to submit two letters of reference and evidence of teaching effectiveness.

Please send your application to:

Sharon Brown
Contemporary Studies Program
Email: sharon.brown@ukings.ca  (cc Dr. Dorota Glowacka at glowacka@dal.ca and Kyle Fraser at  kyle.fraser@dal.ca )

All offers of employment as a part-time academic are conditional upon sufficient enrolment in the course and approval by the University.

Applications sent through Indeed.com or other website which posts job advertisements without permission will not be considered.

We strongly encourage applications from candidates who would contribute to the diversification of our staff and faculty, including, but not limited to, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.


The University of King’s College’s Contemporary Studies Program invites applications for a part-time instructor who would be responsible for teaching the following course in the Winter term (January-April 2022):

CTMP 2115.03   The Idea of Race in Philosophy, Literature, and Art
What is race? How does racism impact our sense of self and the communities in which we live? The first part of this class examines the emergence of the modern idea of race, in relation to European expansionism, philosophical ideas of the time, and the development of science. The second part of the class focuses on contemporary conceptions of race and their relations to culture, history, ideology, science, and everyday lived experience. We will consider contemporary debates on race and racism in the works of thinkers, writers, artists, and social activists, reflecting on the concept of white privilege and on the intersections of race, class, and gender. Particular attention will be given to the history, past and present, of anti-Asian racism in North America, Europe, and elsewhere.

The class will be offered online, via ZOOM and with the support of Brightspace Learning Management System. Applicants who are only available to teach this course online are invited to apply.

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching 3 hours of classes per week, evaluating assignments, attending staff meetings, and holding office hours. If eligible, the candidate may be required to supervise a teaching assistant(s). This position reports to the Director of the Program.

Qualifications and Experience:

Applicants should possess, as a minimum requirement, a Master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies or a relevant discipline or field of research, although a Ph.D. is preferred. Expertise in critical race theory will be an asset. Prior experience teaching at the university level is required.

Pay Rate: Remuneration is based upon qualifications and experience.

To apply: Applicants must submit a cover letter stating their qualifications for, and interest in, teaching the class, a curriculum vitae, two confidential letters of reference and evidence of teaching effectiveness by Monday, June 21, 2021 to:

Sharon Brown

Contemporary Studies Program

Email: sharon.brown@ukings.ca  (cc Dr. Dorota Glowacka at glowacka@dal.ca)

All offers of employment as a part-time academic are conditional upon sufficient enrolment in the course and approval by the University.
Applications sent through Indeed.com or other website which posts job advertisements without permission will not be considered.

We strongly encourage applications from candidates who would contribute to the diversification of our staff and faculty, including, but not limited to, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.​


Employment Opportunity: Part-time Academic Posting in the Contemporary Studies Program

The University of King’s College’s Contemporary Studies Program invites applications for a part-time instructor who would be responsible for teaching the following course in the Winter term (January-April 2022):

CTMP 2115.03   The Idea of Race in Philosophy, Literature, and Art

What is race? How does racism impact our sense of self and the communities in which we live? The first part of this class examines the emergence of the modern idea of race, in relation to European expansionism, philosophical ideas of the time, and the development of science. The second part of the class focuses on contemporary conceptions of race and their relations to culture, history, ideology, science, and everyday lived experience. We will consider contemporary debates on race and racism in the works of thinkers, writers, artists, and social activists, reflecting on the concept of white privilege and on the intersections of race, class, and gender. Particular attention will be given to the history, past and present, of anti-Asian racism in North America, Europe, and elsewhere.

The class will be offered online, via ZOOM and with the support of Brightspace Learning Management System. Applicants who are only available to teach this course online are invited to apply.

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching 3 hours of classes per week, evaluating assignments, attending staff meetings, and holding office hours. If eligible, the candidate may be required to supervise a teaching assistant(s). This position reports to the Director of the Program.

Qualifications and Experience:

Applicants should possess, as a minimum requirement, a Master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies or a relevant discipline or field of research, although a Ph.D. is preferred. Expertise in critical race theory will be an asset. Prior experience teaching at the university level is required.

Pay Rate: Remuneration is based upon qualifications and experience.

To apply: Applicants must submit a cover letter stating their qualifications for, and interest in, teaching the class, a curriculum vitae, two confidential letters of reference and evidence of teaching effectiveness by Friday, June 11, 2021 to:

Sharon Brown
Contemporary Studies Program
Email: sharon.brown@ukings.ca  (cc Dr. Dorota Glowacka at glowacka@dal.ca)

All offers of employment as a part-time academic are conditional upon sufficient enrolment in the course and approval by the University.

Applications sent through Indeed.com or other website which posts job advertisements without permission will not be considered.​

We strongly encourage applications from candidates who would contribute to the diversification of our staff and faculty, including, but not limited to, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.

The University of King’s College’s History of Science and Technology Program invites applications for a part-time instructor who would be responsible for teaching the following course:

HSTC 2400 Science and the Media crosslisted with JOUR 2400.

The course description can be found at:
https://ukings.ca/course/science-and-the-media/

Content of the class may vary according to the interests of the instructor.

The class will be offered the Winter term (January-April 2022).

The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting classes and discussions, evaluating assignments, attending staff meetings, and holding office hours.  If eligible, the candidate may be required to supervise a teaching assistant.  This position reports to the Director of the Program.

Qualifications and Experience: Applicants should possess, as a minimum requirement, a master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies or a relevant discipline or field of research related to the class. Prior experience teaching at the University level is a strong asset.

Pay Rate: Remuneration is based upon qualifications and experience

To apply: Applicants must submit, in electronic form, a cover letter stating their qualifications for, and interest in, teaching the class, a curriculum vitae, the contact information for two references, and evidence of teaching effectiveness by May 28, 2021 to:

Dr. Gordon McOuat, Director
c/o Sharon Brown
History of Science and Technology Program
Email: sharon.brown@ukings.ca

All offers of employment as a part-time academic are conditional upon sufficient enrolment in the course and approval by the University.

We strongly encourage the application of those who would contribute to the diversification of our staff and faculty including, but not limited to, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.

SMU

Course: HWSS 4000.2 Seminar in HWSS

Department: Certificate in Health, Wellness, and Sport in Society, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University

Semester: Winter 2022 (4 January to 20 April)

Lectures: On-campus*  MW 1300-1415

*All candidates must be willing to teach the course remotely if required by public health restrictions. In such cases, instructors must also be willing to accommodate student’s schedules and issues arising from being in different time zones.  

Academic Calendar Description

This seminar is the capstone seminar for the Certificate in Health, Wellness and Sport in Society. Students are provided with an opportunity to integrate their knowledge of the social study of health, wellness and sport, consider perspectives from different disciplines, and consider the connections between research and the broader public. Emphasis will be placed on the activities of government, the role of voluntary groups and agencies, and citizen participation. Students will complete a major research paper and learn advanced research and presentation skills.

Qualifications

Applicants must have a Ph.D. completed or near completion in a field related to the study of health or sport (such as sociology, anthropology, history, or other discipline in the social sciences or humanities) and experience in undergraduate teaching. The preferred applicant will have a demonstrated track record in teaching interdisciplinary courses, either through previous experience. It is also preferable that the applicant has engaged in scholarly activities pertaining to health or sport, such as research activity. 

Duties

Duties and responsibilities include preparation and delivery of lectures, preparation and evaluation of all student assessments, and holding regular office hours during the term.

Remuneration

Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between CUPE 3912 and Saint Mary’s University. See: https://smu.ca/about/collective-agreements.html

How to Apply:

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s University precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s should submit a cover letter and a c.v. Applicants who do not currently hold a parttime teaching appointment a Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover letter, c.v., proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness).

Submissions should be made as a single PDF file sent by email to: madine.vanderplaat@smu.ca 

Application Deadline: Friday, May 7, 2021.

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.

 


Course: HWSS 3000.2 Experiential Learning in HWSS

Department: Certificate in Health, Wellness, and Sport in Society, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University

Semester: Winter 2022 (4 January to 20 April)

Lectures: On-campus*  MW 10:00-11:15

*All candidates must be willing to teach the course remotely if required by public health restrictions. In such cases, instructors must also be willing to accommodate student’s schedules and issues arising from being in different time zones.  Please note that although the description in the Academic Calendar indicates that this will be an experiential learning course, this can be modified due to COVID-19 restrictions. 

Academic Calendar Description

Students enrolled in this experiential learning course will undertake a placement with a community-based organization with an interest in health, wellness or sport. This experience will assist students in understanding how theory and research is used to develop policy, in decision making, and in planning programs and services.

Qualifications

Applicants must have a Ph.D. completed or near completion in a field related to the study of health or sport (such as sociology, anthropology, history, or other discipline in the social sciences or humanities) and experience in undergraduate teaching. The preferred applicant will have a demonstrated track record in teaching interdisciplinary courses, either through previous experience. It is also preferable that the applicant has engaged in scholarly activities pertaining to health or sport, such as research activity. 

Duties

Duties and responsibilities include preparation and delivery of lectures, preparation and evaluation of all student assessments, and holding regular office hours during the term.

Remuneration

Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between CUPE 3912 and Saint Mary’s University. See: https://smu.ca/about/collective-agreements.html

How to Apply:

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s University precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s should submit a cover letter and a c.v. Applicants who do not currently hold a parttime teaching appointment a Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover letter, c.v., proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness).

Submissions should be made as a single PDF file sent by email to: madine.vanderplaat@smu.ca 

Application Deadline: Friday, May 7, 2021.

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.

 

Course: HWSS 2000.1 Health, Wellness and Sport in Society

Department: Certificate in Health, Wellness, and Sport in Society, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University

Semester: Fall 2021 (8 September to 8 December)

Lectures: Remote/Asynchronous*

*All candidates must be willing to teach the course remotely and asynchronously (i..e., outside of the scheduled course time). Instructors must also be willing to accommodate student’s schedules and issues arising from being in different time zones. 

Academic Calendar Description

Students are provided with an introduction to fundamental concepts in the social study of health, wellness and sport. Students examine specific content areas from multiple perspectives, including historical, political, cultural and economic contexts. Students consider the production and transmission of expert knowledge and the connection between evidence and public policy.

Qualifications

Applicants must have a Ph.D. completed or near completion in a field related to the study of health or sport (such as sociology, anthropology, history, or other discipline in the social sciences or humanities) and experience in undergraduate teaching. The preferred applicant will have a demonstrated track record in teaching interdisciplinary courses.  It is also preferable that the applicant has engaged in scholarly activities pertaining to health or sport, such as research activity. 

Duties

Duties and responsibilities include preparation and delivery of lectures, preparation and evaluation of all student assessments, and holding regular, virtual, office hours during the term.

Remuneration

Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between CUPE 3912 and Saint Mary’s University. See: https://smu.ca/about/collective-agreements.html

How to Apply:

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s University precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s should submit a cover letter and a c.v. Applicants who do not currently hold a parttime teaching appointment a Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover letter, c.v., proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness).

Submissions should be made as a single PDF file sent by email to: madine.vanderplaat@smu.ca

Application Deadline: April 30, 2021

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.

DAL

Employment Opportunity: Part-time Academic Posting in the History of Science and Technology Program

The University of King’s College’s History of Science and Technology Program invites applications for a part-time instructor who would be responsible for teaching the following course:

HSTC 2410   Imagining Artificial Intelligence and Robotics 
Though the term ‘artificial intelligence’ was first coined in 1956, human beings have dreamt of creating intelligent machines for centuries. In this course, we will uncover the rich history of both artificial intelligence and robotics. We will begin with the automata of ancient Greece and work our way through the Islamic golden age toward the modern era of artificial intelligence research. This historical picture will be complemented by an examination of current advances in AI and robotics in a number of different fields, including mathematical proof, policing, high-frequency trading, art, agriculture, law, and advertising. Along the way, we will also pay close attention to the philosophical, social, and ethical implications posed by these technological developments and their applications to nearly every aspect of modern life.

The class will be offered on-line as an Asynchronous Session summer term (June 3 – August 27, 2021).

The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting online classes and discussions, evaluating assignments, attending staff meetings, and holding online office hours.  If eligible, the candidate may be required to supervise a teaching assistant.  This position reports to the Director of the Program.

Qualifications and Experience: 

Applicants should possess, as a minimum requirement, a master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies or a relevant discipline or field of research. Prior experience teaching at the University level is a strong asset.

Pay Rate: Remuneration is based upon qualifications and experience

To apply: Applicants must submit, in electronic form, a cover letter stating their qualifications for, and interest in, teaching the class, a curriculum vitae, two confidential letters of reference and evidence of teaching effectiveness by January 15, 2021 to:

Dr. Gordon McOuat, Director

c/o Sharon Brown

History of Science and Technology Program

Email: sharon.brown@ukings.ca

All offers of employment as a part-time academic are conditional upon sufficient enrolment in the course and approval by the University. ​

We strongly encourage the application of those who would contribute to the diversification of our staff and faculty including, but not limited to, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. 



Employment Opportunity: Part-time Academic Posting in the History of Science and Technology Program

The University of King’s College’s History of Science and Technology Program invites applications for a part-time instructor who would be responsible for teaching the following course:

HSTC 3415   Brewing Civilization: The History, Culture and Science of Beer
Beer and the process of brewing stand at the origins and centre of the key developments of the “West”, its cultural institutions and scientific developments. This lecture/seminar class will take an interdisciplinary approach to the study of the relation between brewing history, science and culture by focusing on primary texts along with reconstructions of particular activities and experiments associated with the history of brewing.

The class will be offered on-line as an Asynchronous Session summer term (June 3 – August 27, 2021).

The successful candidate will be responsible for conducting online classes and discussions, evaluating assignments, attending staff meetings, and holding online office hours.  If eligible, the candidate may be required to supervise a teaching assistant.  This position reports to the Director of the Program.

Qualifications and Experience: 

Applicants should possess, as a minimum requirement, a master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies or a relevant discipline or field of research. Prior experience teaching at the University level is a strong asset.

Pay Rate: Remuneration is based upon qualifications and experience

To apply: Applicants must submit, in electronic form, a cover letter stating their qualifications for, and interest in, teaching the class, a curriculum vitae, two confidential letters of reference and evidence of teaching effectiveness by January 15, 2021 to:

Dr. Gordon McOuat, Director

c/o Sharon Brown

History of Science and Technology Program

Email: sharon.brown@ukings.ca

All offers of employment as a part-time academic are conditional upon sufficient enrolment in the course and approval by the University. ​

We strongly encourage the application of those who would contribute to the diversification of our staff and faculty including, but not limited to, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. 

SMU

Course:                         HWSS 3000.2   Experiential Learning in HWSS

Department:                  Certificate in Health, Wellness, and Sport in Society, Faculty of Arts, Saint Mary’s University

Semester:                      Winter 2021 (4 January to 20 April)

Lectures:                      Tuesdays, 16:00-18:15 (12 January to 6 April)*

*All candidates must be willing to teach the course remotely and asynchronously (i.e., outside of the scheduled course time). Instructors must also be willing to accommodate student’s schedules and issues arising from being in different time zones. More information about course delivery in the Winter 2021 term can be found at: https://news.smu.ca/news/2020/9/21/saint-marys-university-announces-mix-of-online-and-in-person-classes-for-winter-2021 Please note that although the description in the Academic Calendar indicates that this will be an experiential learning course, this can be modified due to COVID-19 restrictions.

Academic Calendar Description

Students enrolled in this experiential learning course will undertake a placement with a community-based organization with an interest in health, wellness or sport. This experience will assist students in understanding how theory and research is used to develop policy, in decision making, and in planning programs and services.

Qualifications

Applicants must have a Ph.D. completed or near completion in a field related to the study of health or sport (such as sociology, anthropology, history, or other discipline in the social sciences or humanities) and experience in undergraduate teaching. The preferred applicant will have a demonstrated track record in teaching interdisciplinary courses, either through previous experience. It is also preferable that the applicant has engaged in scholarly activities pertaining to health or sport, such as research activity.

Duties

Duties and responsibilities include preparation and delivery of lectures, preparation and evaluation of all student assessments, and holding regular, virtual, office hours during the term.

Remuneration

Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between CUPE 3912 and Saint Mary’s University. See: https://smu.ca/about/collective-agreements.html

How to Apply:

Applications are invited in the first instance from part-time faculty colleagues on the Saint Mary’s University precedence list. Applicants who currently hold a part-time teaching appointment at Saint Mary’s should submit a cover letter and a c.v. Applicants who do not currently hold a parttime teaching appointment a Saint Mary’s University should submit a complete application (including a cover letter, c.v., proof of academic credentials, name and contact information of three referees, and any evidence of teaching effectiveness).

Submissions should be made as a single PDF file sent by email to: Peter.Twohig@smu.ca

Application Deadline:  Friday, 20 November 2020

Saint Mary’s University hires on the basis of merit and is committed to the principles of employment equity. Saint Mary’s University encourages applications from qualified women, visible minorities, Aboriginal people, and people with disabilities. Preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.

DAL



Position Title Part-Time Academic (ASSC 3150)-Certificate in Intercultural Communication
Posting Number PTAP436P
Department/Unit Arts – Dean’s Office
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities A part-time academic is required to teach ASSC 3150.03, Intercultural Communication 1, in the 2020/21 winter term (January to April 2021, Online delivery). The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching and administering the class, including lectures, test preparation, and evaluation. This position reports to the coordinator of the Certificate in Intercultural Communication (CIC).
Qualifications/Requirements of Position Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in an appropriate field, plus previous university teaching experience. Lived cultural experience and evidence of intercultural sensitivity, familiarity with current research in intercultural communication preferred.
Salary Range/Pay Rate Per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information All applications should include an updated CV and a Cover Letter detailing relevant experience. The application portal will only accept these two documents; you may merge any additional documents you wish to submit with your Cover Letter as a single file.

Due to the current Covid-19 outbreak and ongoing extensions to social distance protocols, this class will be taught online. Experience with teaching in an online environment is preferred. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca), to deliver their courses online. More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html.

All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

Term of appointment January-April 2021
Open Date 09/25/2020
Close Date 10/09/2020
Open Until Filled
Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)

 



Position Title Part-Time Academic (ASSC 3150)
Posting Number PTAP342P
Department/Unit Arts – Dean’s Office
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities A part-time academic is required to teach ASSC 3150.03, Intercultural Communication 1, in the 2020/21 fall term (September to December 2020, Online delivery). The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching and administering the class, including lectures, test preparation, and evaluation. This position reports to the coordinator of the Certificate in Intercultural Communication (CIC).
Qualifications/Requirements of Position Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in an appropriate field, plus previous university teaching experience. Lived cultural experience and evidence of intercultural sensitivity, familiarity with current research in intercultural communication preferred.
Salary Range/Pay Rate Per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information All applications should include an updated CV and a Cover Letter detailing relevant experience. The application portal will only accept these two documents; you may merge any additional documents you wish to submit with your Cover Letter as a single file.

Due to the current Covid-19 outbreak and ongoing extensions to social distance protocols, Dalhousie University has moved this course online for the Fall semester. Experience with teaching in an online environment is preferred. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca), to deliver their courses online. More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html.

All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

Term of appointment September-December 2020
Open Date 06/25/2020
Close Date 07/13/2020
Open Until Filled
Quick Link for Direct Access to Posting

Documents Needed to Apply

Required Documents

  1. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  2. Cover Letter
DAL  

Position Title Part-Time Academic (LJSO 3000)-Law, Justice and Society Program
Posting Number PTAP250P
Department/Unit Multidisciplinary Centre
Location Halifax
Job Summary & Key Responsibilities POSITION: Part-Time Academic
DEPARTMENT/LOCATION: Law, Justice and Society Program/Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/Dalhousie UniversityA part-time academic is required to teach LJSO 3000: Processes of Justice. This class is scheduled to be offered online in the fall term of the 2020-2021 academic year The part-time academic’s duties include responsibility for planning the course, teaching the class, evaluating the students, and administration relating to the class. The part-time academic must be available for consultation with students outside of class times. This position will report to the Coordinator of the Law, Justice & Society Program.
Qualifications/Requirements of Position An LLB, JD, or LLM in Law, or a Master’s degree in Legal Studies (or equivalent professional experience); expertise in criminal and civil legal procedures, and in the processes of Alternative Dispute Resolution or Restorative Justice. Ability to teach effectively at the university level.
Salary Range/Pay Rate Per CUPE Collective Agreement
Additional Information Due to the current Covid-19 outbreak and ongoing extensions to social distance protocols, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Dalhousie University, will be moving this class online for the fall semester. Experience with teaching in an online environment is preferred. Candidates must be willing to teach online and should attach a very brief plan for online delivery of the course. All instructors hired to teach online will be supported by Dalhousie’s Centre for Learning and Teaching, and Academic Technology Services (support@dal.ca), to deliver their courses online. More information about preparing to teach online can be found at https://www.dal.ca/dept/clt.html.

Applications should be submitted electronically on PeopleAdmin and include a CV, two letters of reference (attached to CV), Online Teaching Statement and evidence of teaching effectiveness (including, if available, the results of teaching evaluations for university-level classes.)

All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University. Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

Term of appointment September-December 2020
Open Date 06/01/2020
Close Date 06/22/2020
Open Until Filled
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  1. Résumé / Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  2. Teaching Statement

Part‑Time Academic Postings ‑ Certificate in Intercultural Communication
Posted by Arts & Social Sciences on July 18, 2019 in Job Postings
Part-Time Academic Postings: Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (CIC)

1. PART-TIME ACADEMIC POSTING
DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

POSTING DATE: July 18, 2019
APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 26, 2019
POSITION: Part-time Academic (ASSC 3150, Fall 2019/20)

DEPARTMENT/LOCATION: Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (CIC)

PAY RATE: As per CUPE Collective Agreement

WORK ASSIGNMENT: A part-time academic is required to teach ASSC 3150.03, Intercultural Communication 1, in the 2019/20 fall term (September to December 2019, on Thursdays from 14:35-17:25). The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching and administering the class, including lectures, test preparation, and evaluation. This position reports to the coordinator of the Certificate in Intercultural Communication (CIC).

REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION: Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in an appropriate field, plus previous university teaching experience. Lived cultural experience and evidence of intercultural sensitivity, familiarity with current research in intercultural communication preferred.

All applications should include an updated CV and a cover letter detailing relevant experience.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE POSITION, PLEASE APPLY IN WRITING VIA EMAIL WITH A RESUME AND COVER LETTER BY THE APPLICATION DEADLINE TO:

Norma Ranieri

Administrative Coordinator, Multidisciplinary Ctr.
6135 University Avenue, Room 3010
P.O. Box 15000
Halifax, NS B3H 4R2

Fax: (902) 494-1957
Email: mdc@dal.ca

All offers of employment as a part-time academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University.

Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The University encourages applications from Aboriginal people, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community.

2. PART-TIME ACADEMIC POSTING
DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

POSTING DATE: July 18, 2019
APPLICATION DEADLINE: July 26, 2019

POSITION: Part-time Academic (ASSC 3150, Winter 2019/20)

DEPARTMENT/LOCATION: Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (CIC)

PAY RATE: As per CUPE Collective Agreement

WORK ASSIGNMENT: A part-time academic is required to teach ASSC 3150.03, Intercultural Communication 1, in the 2019/20 winter term (January to April 2020, on Tuesdays from 11:35-14:25). The part-time academic is responsible for all aspects of teaching and administering the class, including lectures, test preparation, and evaluation. This position reports to the coordinator of the Certificate in Intercultural Communication (CIC).

REQUIREMENTS OF POSITION: Candidates must possess a Master’s degree in an appropriate field, plus previous university teaching experience. Lived cultural experience and evidence of intercultural sensitivity, familiarity with current research in intercultural communication preferred.

All applications should include an updated CV and a cover letter detailing relevant experience.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE POSITION, PLEASE APPLY IN WRITING VIA EMAIL WITH A RESUME AND COVER LETTER BY THE APPLICATION DEADLINE TO:

Norma Ranieri

Administrative Coordinator, Multidisciplinary Ctr.
6135 University Avenue, Room 3010
P.O. Box 15000
Halifax, NS B3H 4R2

Fax: (902) 494-1957
Email: mdc@dal.ca

All offers of employment as a part-time academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University.

Dalhousie University is committed to fostering a collegial culture grounded in diversity and inclusiveness. The University encourages applications from Aboriginal people, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community.​