Child and Youth Study

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 MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS 2251 03 – 2nd Posting
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
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Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
*Additional specific qualifications for Practicum (CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352,
4451)
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

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Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
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How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/6/2018
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1110 01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 10:30 AM – 11:45 AM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/17/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1110 02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 10:30 AM – 11:45 AM

Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/17/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Intro to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1110 04

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/17/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Infancy through Early Childhood
Course Code: CHYS 3314 02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during infancy and early childhood. Students examine theoretical
understandings of play, major influences affecting play, methods of
observing and studying play, and practical approaches for supporting and
facilitating play during children’s early years.

Qualifications:
Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care) including
graduate level courses in child development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early years
care), professional experience with a range of play programs for young
children, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at

the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/17/2018
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural Perspectives on Childhood and Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS 4416 01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 1:30PM – 2:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood; child and
youth care) including graduate level courses in the area of inclusive and
anti-racist programs, research and policies; and issues of culture and
ethnicity pertaining to children and youth. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the area of early childhood and/or
youth care, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at
the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/14/2018
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS 3351 02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
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Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS 3352 02

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
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Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS 4451 02

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
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Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS 2251 03

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Early Intervention: Theory and Practice
Course Code: CHYS 4422 18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of current research, trends and issues in
the field of early intervention. The emphasis is on the integration of
theory and practice. Program delivery and best practice models,
professional roles, and the integration of services are also considered.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood; special
needs intervention; child life) including graduate level courses in
diverse developmental needs in early childhood, and special needs
programming. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
in the course area (early intervention programs), as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS 3315 01
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., child and youth care;
recreation) including graduate level courses in child and adolescent
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional experience with a
range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older children and
youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach

course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS 4421 19
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course provides students with the skills and opportunities to engage
in critical evaluation and application of research in the fields of child
and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood, education,
psychology, social work) including academic course work in research design
and methodology. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience with a variety of research methodologies and their applications
pertaining to the fields of child and youth study, as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of

successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS 2209 18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care) and have
completed graduate level coursework in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience with early childhood
care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related course work

at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1130 18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social work), and have
completed graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should
also have relevant professional experience with a range of programs
pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1130 03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 12:00PM – 01:15PM

Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social work), and have
completed graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should
also have relevant professional experience with a range of programs
pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Essentials of Child and Youth Care Practice
Course Code: CHYS 1120 18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to professional practice in child and youth
care. Students examine the concept of professionalism as it applies to
child and youth care, and a range of professional skill such as
observation, communication, problem-solving, documentation and report
writing.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, in Child and Youth Study or a
field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and youth work;
social work), including graduate level courses in child and adolescent
development. Applicants must also have relevant professional experience in
the course area (e.g., fields of child and youth care) as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of

successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1110 18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work

at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS 2251 02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .25
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS 3351 01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5

—————————————————
Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS 2251 01

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS 4451 01

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS 4421 18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course provides students with the skills and opportunities to engage
in critical evaluation and application of research in the fields of child
and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood, education,
psychology, social work) including academic course work in research design
and methodology. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience with a variety of research methodologies and their applications
pertaining to the fields of child and youth study, as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural perspectives on Childhood and Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS 4416 18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 07:15PM – 9:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood; child and
youth care) including graduate level courses in the area of inclusive and
anti-racist programs, research and policies; and issues of culture and
ethnicity pertaining to children and youth. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the area of early childhood and/or
youth care, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at

the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Program Development and Leadership
Course Code: CHYS 4407 18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course examines the theoretical knowledge, leadership roles and
management strategies that have to be considered in the initial planning,
policy making, organization and evaluation stages of programs for children
and youth. A major emphasis is on the translation of theory into practice
in order to attain program goals.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early years
care programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), including program development and leadership experience in
the child and youth fields, as well as previous experience teaching

related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS 3315 18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., child and youth care;
recreation) including graduate level courses in child and adolescent
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional experience with a
range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older children and
youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the

undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with diverse needs and their Families
Course Code: CHYS 3301 18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood; special
needs intervention; child life) including graduate level courses in child
and adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant
professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood or youth
special needs intervention, child life specialist) and knowledge of Nova
Scotia services available to individuals with diverse developmental needs
and their families, as well as previous experience teaching related course

work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Guiding Children’s Learning, Develop & Behaviour
Course Code: CHYS 2208 18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 07:15 – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course focuses on understanding and enhancing young children’s
learning experiences. Students learn professional strategies of
identifying, analyzing and implementing developmentally appropriate
learning and behavior guidance principles applicable during the early
childhood years.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care) and have
completed graduate level coursework in early child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience with early childhood
care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related course work

at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1130 02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 1:30PM – 2:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social work), and have
completed graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should
also have relevant professional experience with a range of programs
pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 2211 18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood, education,
psychology, social work) including academic course work in research design
and methodology. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience with a variety of research methodologies and their applications
pertaining to the fields of child and youth study, as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of

successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS 3352 01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/5/2018
End Date: 12/20/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/25/2018
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Department/Faculty: Chemistry/Physics
Course Name: Lab – CHEM 2201 Introductory Analytical Chemistry
Course Code: CHEM 220L LB
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: W 1:30pm – 5:15pm
Course Unit Value: 0.25 unit
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Start Date: 1/7/2019
End Date: 4/30/2019
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Qualifications:
Candidates should have a BSc in Chemistry and experience in lab
instruction.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Laboratory set up and clean up, consultation with instructor of the
lecture portion of the course (CHEM 2201) to facilitate coordination.
Ensure University safety guidelines are met.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Aibing Xia, Dept. of Chemistry
Email: chemphys@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/9/2018
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum Coordinator
Course Code: Practicum Coordinator (CHYS2251/3351/3352/4451)
Academic Term: SSII, 2018/Fall 2018/Winter 2019/SSI, 2019
Class Timetable: M-F 8:00AM-4:00PM
Course Unit Value: 1.5
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Start Date: 7/1/2018
End Date: 6/30/2019
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Qualifications:
This position is for July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 (fall, winter, and
summer sessions) of the 2018-19 academic year.

The Child and Youth Study practicum coordinator is responsible for
overseeing the delivery of student practicum courses. Applicants must have
a graduate degree and relevant professional experience in Child and Youth
Study or related fields (eg., early childhood care, youth work, child
life, special needs intervention). Applicants must also have experience
supervising early childhood care and youth worker student placements at
the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
*Developing new placement opportunities relevant to child and youth
study/care.
*Assigning students to placements.
*Coordinating the supervision of student placements.
*Being liaison with community based placement personnel.
*Providing orientation meetings for students and practicum supervisors.
*Evaluating Challenge for Practicum Credit applications.

Applicants must provide the following:
1. A letter of identifying the position being applied for; a description
of how one’s academic and professional qualifications/knowledge
demonstrate the ability to undertake the position.
2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees; relevant
supervisory/teaching and professional experience; contact information for
three references.
The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.
Position requirements will be in accordance with University and Department
of Child and Youth Study policies; evaluation will be conducted as
outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 4/26/2018
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS 3352 01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .25
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/7/2018
End Date: 6/6/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/19/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1110 18
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: MW 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 7/3/2018
End Date: 8/17/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I – Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS 2251 02
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 08:30AM-04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 7/3/2018
End Date: 8/2/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/19/2018
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS 3351 02
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 08:30AM – 04:30PM

web.administrator@msvu.ca
Feb 23 (3 days ago)
to cathy.haller, CHYS-Hiring, me
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS 2251 01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 8:30AM-4:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/7/2018
End Date: 6/6/2018

—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/19/2018
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Observation and Documentation in Child & Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 2204 18
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MW 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/7/2018
End Date: 6/22/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the philosophy, purpose, methods,
techniques and issues of observation and documentation in child and youth
study. Topics include ethical practices of observation and documentation;
selecting and utilizing appropriate observation and documentation methods;
interpreting, applying and communicating information from observations.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life), and have completed
graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a range of programs pertaining to
infancy, childhood, and youth and experience with a range of
observation/documentation practices, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/19/2018
—————————————————

Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS 3351 01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/7/2018
End Date: 6/6/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/19/2018
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1130 19
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 7:15PM – 9:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social work), and have
completed graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should
also have relevant professional experience with a range of programs
pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 11/22/2017
—————————————————

MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS 2251 04
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
*Additional specific qualifications for Practicum (CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352,
4451)
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 11/3/2017
—————————————————

MSVU  

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS 1130 03
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 01:30PM – 02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social work), and have
completed graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should
also have relevant professional experience with a range of programs
pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/25/2017
—————————————————

MSVU  

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I – Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS 2251 02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:00AM – 04:00PM
Course Unit Value: .25
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/18/2017
—————————————————

MSVU  

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Intro to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 10:30AM-11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 6/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 5/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Intro to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child & Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 01:30PM – 02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social work), and have
completed graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should
also have relevant professional experience with a range of programs
pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Guiding Young Children’s Learning, Development & Behaviour
Course Code: CHYS*2208*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on understanding and enhancing young children’s
learning experiences. Students learn professional strategies of
identifying, analyzing and implementing developmentally appropriate
learning and behavior guidance principles applicable during the early
childhood years.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care) and have
completed graduate level coursework in early child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience with early childhood
care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of

successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care) and have
completed graduate level coursework in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience with early childhood
care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth

Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child & Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood, education,
psychology, social work) including academic course work in research design
and methodology. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience with a variety of research methodologies and their applications
pertaining to the fields of child and youth study, as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study

Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM-04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and Their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This courses focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood; special
needs intervention; child life) including graduate level courses in child
and adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant
professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood or youth
special needs intervention, child life specialist) and knowledge of Nova
Scotia services available to individuals with diverse developmental needs
and their families, as well as previous experience teaching related course
work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play & Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*3315*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., child and youth care;
recreation) including graduate level courses in child and adolescent
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional experience with a
range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older children and
youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the

undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*01

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Program Development and Leadership
Course Code: CHYS*4407*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course examines the theoretical knowledge, leadership roles and
management strategies that have to be considered in the initial planning,
policy making, organization and evaluation stages of programs for children
and youth. A major emphasis is on the translation of theory into practice
in order to attain program goals.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early years
care programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), including program development and leadership experience in
the child and youth fields, as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural Perspectives on Childhood Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*4416*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood; child and
youth care) including graduate level courses in the area of inclusive and
anti-racist programs, research and policies; and issues of culture and
ethnicity pertaining to children and youth. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the area of early childhood and/or
youth care, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at

the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS*4421*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course provides students with the skills and opportunities to engage
in critical evaluation and application of research in the fields of child
and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood, education,
psychology, social work) including academic course work in research design
and methodology. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience with a variety of research methodologies and their applications
pertaining to the fields of child and youth study, as well as previous

experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Developmental Issues for Children and Youth
Course Code: GCYS*6011*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/6/2017
End Date: 12/21/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This is a Master’s level course. Applicants must have a graduate degree
in Child and Youth Study or a field specifically related to course content
(e.g., early child development and care; adolescent development and care),
including graduate level courses specific to the topic. Applicants should
also have relevant professional experience in the fields of early years/
youth care) as well as previous experience teaching related course work at
the graduate level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Intro to Child & Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/21/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Essentials of Child and Youth Care Practice
Course Code: CHYS*1120*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to professional practice in child and youth
care. Students examine the concept of professionalism as it applies to
child and youth care, and a range of professional skill such as
observation, communication, problem-solving, documentation and report
writing.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, in Child and Youth Study or a
field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and youth work;
social work), including graduate level courses in child and adolescent
development. Applicants must also have relevant professional experience in
the course area (e.g., fields of child and youth care) as well as previous

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child & Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social work), and have
completed graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should
also have relevant professional experience with a range of programs
pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 12:00PM – 01:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care) and have
completed graduate level coursework in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience with early childhood
care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related course work

at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care) and have
completed graduate level coursework in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience with early childhood
care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of

successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood, education,
psychology, social work) including academic course work in research design
and methodology. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience with a variety of research methodologies and their applications
pertaining to the fields of child and youth study, as well as previous

experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM-04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Infancy through Early Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*3314*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: W 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during infancy and early childhood. Students examine theoretical
understandings of play, major influences affecting play, methods of
observing and studying play, and practical approaches for supporting and
facilitating play during children’s early years.

Qualifications:
Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care) including
graduate level courses in child development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early years
care), professional experience with a range of play programs for young
children, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at
the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*3315*01
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., child and youth care;
recreation) including graduate level courses in child and adolescent
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional experience with a
range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older children and
youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the

undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*3315*02
Academic Term: Winter

Class Timetable: MW 12:00PM – 01:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., child and youth care;
recreation) including graduate level courses in child and adolescent
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional experience with a
range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older children and
youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*02

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural Perspectives on Childhood & Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*4416*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 03:00PM – 04:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood; child and
youth care) including graduate level courses in the area of inclusive and
anti-racist programs, research and policies; and issues of culture and
ethnicity pertaining to children and youth. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the area of early childhood and/or
youth care, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at
the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS*4421*19
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
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Qualifications:
This course provides students with the skills and opportunities to engage
in critical evaluation and application of research in the fields of child
and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood, education,
psychology, social work) including academic course work in research design
and methodology. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience with a variety of research methodologies and their applications
pertaining to the fields of child and youth study, as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of

successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Early Intervention: Theory & Practice
Course Code: CHYS*4422*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of current research, trends and issues in
the field of early intervention. The emphasis is on the integration of
theory and practice. Program delivery and best practice models,
professional roles, and the integration of services are also considered.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early childhood; special
needs intervention; child life) including graduate level courses in
diverse developmental needs in early childhood, and special needs
programming. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
in the course area (early intervention programs), as well as previous

experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Leadership in Child and Youth Care
Course Code: GCYS*6014*01
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/3/2018
End Date: 4/25/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This is a Master’s level course that provides a detailed examination of
issues related to leadership and administration of programs for children
and youth. Students focus on the roles and responsibilities of
administrators/staff, including human resources management,
communications, program development and evaluation, community involvement,
and relations with professional, government and other agencies.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work), including graduate level courses specific to the topic.
Applicants should also have relevant professional administrative and
leadership experience in the topic area (e.g., early years/ youth care) as
well as previous experience teaching related course work at the graduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2017
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MSVU  

Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum Coordinator (Fall/Winter/Summer)
Course Code: Practicum Coordinator (CHYS 2251/3351/3352/4451)
Academic Term: Fall/Winter/Summer
Class Timetable: M-F 8:00AM-4:00PM
Course Unit Value: 1.5
—————————————————
Start Date: 7/1/2017
End Date: 6/30/2018
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This position is for July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018 (fall, winter, and
summer sessions) of the 2017-18 academic year.

The Child and Youth Study practicum coordinator is responsible for
overseeing the delivery of student practicum courses. Applicants must have
a graduate degree and relevant professional experience in Child and Youth
Study or related fields (eg., early childhood care, youth work, child
life, special needs intervention). Applicants must also have experience
supervising early childhood care and youth worker student placements at
the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
*Developing new placement opportunities relevant to child and youth
study/care.
*Assigning students to placements.
*Coordinating the supervision of student placements.
*Being liaison with community based placement personnel.
*Providing orientation meetings for students and practicum supervisors.
*Evaluating Challenge for Practicum Credit applications.

Applicants must provide the following:
1. A letter of identifying the position being applied for; a description
of how one’s academic and professional qualifications/knowledge
demonstrate the ability to undertake the position.
2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees; relevant
supervisory/teaching and professional experience; contact information for
three references.
The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.
Position requirements will be in accordance with University and Department
of Child and Youth Study policies; evaluation will be conducted as
outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 5/3/2017
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Observation and Documentation in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2204*18
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MW 06:00PM-08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/8/2017
End Date: 6/23/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the philosophy, purpose, methods,
techniques and issues of observation and documentation in child and youth
study. Topics include ethical practices of observation and documentation;
selecting and utilizing appropriate observation and documentation methods;
interpreting, applying and communicating information from observations.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and
youth work; special needs intervention; child life), and have completed
graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a range of programs pertaining to
infancy, childhood, and youth and experience with a range of
observation/documentation practices, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/16/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I – Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*01 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF
Course Unit Value: .5 unit
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/1/2017
End Date: 5/29/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/16/2017
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 8:30AM-4:30 PM
Course Unit Value: .5 unit
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/1/2017
End Date: 5/29/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/16/2017
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 8:30AM-4:30PM
Course Unit Value: .25
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/1/2017
End Date: 5/29/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/16/2017
—————————————————
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 8:30AM – 4:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5 unit
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/1/2017
End Date: 5/29/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/16/2017
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Intro to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*18
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: MW 06:00PM-08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5 unit
—————————————————
Start Date: 7/4/2017
End Date: 8/18/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care, youth
work, child life, special needs intervention), including graduate level
courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood
programs, youth worker, child life specialist, special needs
intervention), as well as previous experience teaching related course work
at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/30/2017
—————————————————
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*02
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: MTWThF 8:30AM-4:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 7/4/2017
End Date: 7/31/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/30/2017
—————————————————
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I – Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*02
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: MTWThF 8:30AM-4:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 7/4/2017
End Date: 7/31/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/30/2017
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Department/Faculty: Education
Course Name: Introduction to Educational Psychology
Course Code: EDUC 3452 18
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: W 7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
Course Unit Value: 0.5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/8/2017
End Date: 6/30/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Candidates must have a Masters degree in Educational Psychology,
Psychology or School Psychology with a focus on educational psychology and
have expertise and experience in educational psychology as it relates to
education, knowledge with the Nova Scotia school curricula and experience
teaching educational psychology to secondary educators at the university
level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Candidates must also have experience using the Blackboard/Collaborate
virtual classroom. Candidates must be willing to participate in additional
training in the optimum range of teaching operations in the Moodle LMS and
in the Collaborate virtual classroom, if necessary, to reach the required
level of competency before the course begins. Candidates must also be
sensitive to the needs of distant, mature and part-time learners.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Mary Jane Harkins, Director, Teacher Education
Email: edptappl@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/15/2017
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Department/Faculty: Education
Course Name: Fundamental Concepts in Mathematics
Course Code: EDUC2461 18/MATH2243 18
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: T 7:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
Course Unit Value: 0.5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/8/2017
End Date: 6/30/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Candidates must have a Masters degree, Ph.D. is preferred, in mathematics
or mathematics education, have expertise and experience in mathematics as
it relates to education, be familiar with the elementary mathematics
curriculum in Nova Scotia schools and have experience in teaching
mathematics to elementary educators at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Candidates must have experience using the Blackboard/Collaborate virtual
classroom. Candidates must be willing to participate in additional
training in the optimum range of teaching operations in the Moodle LMS and
in the Collaborate virtual classroom, if necessary, to reach the required
level of competency before the course begins. Candidates must also be
sensitive to the needs of distant, mature and part-time learners.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Mary Jane Harkins, Director, Teacher Education
Email: edptappl@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/15/2017
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Education
Course Name: Special Studies: Classroom Management
Course Code: EDUC 5609 01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: M-Th 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Course Unit Value: 0.5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/23/2017
End Date: 6/15/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Candidates must have a Masters degree, Ph.D. is preferred, and have
expertise and recent experience in the area of classroom management as it
relates to educational and school practices, knowledge with the Nova
Scotia school curricula and experience in teaching elementary and
secondary educators at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Mary Jane Harkins, Director, Teacher Education
Email: edptappl@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/15/2017
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MSVU  

web.administrator@msvu.ca
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Essentials of Child and Youth Care Practice
Course Code: CHYS*1120*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 01:30PM-02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to professional practice in child and youth
care. Students examine the concept of professionalism as it applies to
child and youth care, and a range of professional skill such as
observation, communication, problem-solving, documentation and report
writing.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., child and youth work; social
work), including graduate level courses in child and adolescent
development. Applicants must also have relevant professional experience in
the course area (e.g., fields of child and youth care) as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/12/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*03 Second Posting
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 11/3/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*04

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
responding to student inquiries between visits; providing students with
guidance on placement requirements; providing students with feedback on
practicum assignments; providing detailed feedback through mid-term and
final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

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Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
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How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 11/3/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*3315*02 (Second Posting)
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 01:30 PM – 2:45 PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and
youth care; recreation) including graduate level courses in child and
adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional
experience with a range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older
children and youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course
work at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

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Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
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How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 10/27/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Infancy through Early Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*3314*03
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during infancy and early childhood. Students examine theoretical
understandings of play, major influences affecting play, methods of
observing and studying play, and practical approaches for supporting and
facilitating play during children’s early years.

Qualifications:
Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) including graduate level courses in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early years care), professional experience with a range of play
programs for young children, as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
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How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/24/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Program Development for Individuals with Diverse Needs and
Their Families
Course Code: CHYS*4402*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This course examines programs available for individuals with diverse
developmental needs. In addition, emphasis is placed on integrating
previous knowledge of working with individuals with diverse developmental
needs to design and implement programs.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; youth care; special needs intervention; child life) including
graduate level courses in diverse developmental needs from infancy through
adulthood. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in
the course area (e.g., early childhood or youth special needs
intervention, child life specialist) and knowledge of a range of programs
for persons with diverse developmental and learning needs and their
families, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at
the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention), including
graduate level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early childhood programs, youth worker, child life specialist,
special needs intervention), as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*19
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care; child and youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social
work), and have completed graduate level coursework in the subject area.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with a range
of programs pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as
previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*19
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in child development.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with early
childhood care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related
course work at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and Their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*19
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: W 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This courses focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also
have relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early
childhood or youth special needs intervention, child life specialist) and
knowledge of Nova Scotia services available to individuals with diverse
developmental needs and their families, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Infancy through Early Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*3314*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: W 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during infancy and early childhood. Students examine theoretical
understandings of play, major influences affecting play, methods of
observing and studying play, and practical approaches for supporting and
facilitating play during children’s early years.

Qualifications:
Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) including graduate level courses in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early years care), professional experience with a range of play
programs for young children, as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Early Intervention: Theory and Practice
Course Code: CHYS*4422*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of current research, trends and issues in
the field of early intervention. The emphasis is on the integration of
theory and practice. Program delivery and best practice models,
professional roles, and the integration of services are also considered.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in diverse developmental needs in early childhood, and
special needs programming. Applicants should also have relevant
professional experience in the course area (early intervention programs),
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Special Topics: Infant Mental Health
Course Code: CHYS*4429*01 / GCYS*6029*01
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
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Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of infant mental health: causes and
outcomes, and the role of those working with young children in providing
family and program based supportive interventions.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in a field
specifically related to course content (e.g., infant psychiatric
interventions). Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood psychiatric
interventions) and knowledge of a range of programs for infants requiring
mental health interventions and their families, as well as previous
experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate and graduate
level.

This is a cross-listed course. The successful applicant will be required
to enhance course requirements as appropriate for those studying at the
graduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*3315*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 01:30PM – 02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and
youth care; recreation) including graduate level courses in child and
adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional
experience with a range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older
children and youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course
work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural Perspectives on Childhood and Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*4416*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 03:00PM – 4:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; child and youth care) including graduate level courses in the
area of inclusive and anti-racist programs, research and policies; and
issues of culture and ethnicity pertaining to children and youth.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in the area
of early childhood and/or youth care, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Reseach Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/4/2017
End Date: 4/26/2017
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention), including
graduate level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early childhood programs, youth worker, child life specialist,
special needs intervention), as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/20/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Guiding Young Children’s Learning, Development and Behaviour
Course Code: CHYS*2208*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 12:00PM – 01:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on understanding and enhancing young children’s
learning experiences. Students learn professional strategies of
identifying, analyzing and implementing developmentally appropriate
learning and behavior guidance principles applicable during the early
childhood years.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in early child
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
with early childhood care programs, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/5/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Program Development and Leadership
Course Code: CHYS*4407*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course examines the theoretical knowledge, leadership roles and
management strategies that have to be considered in the initial planning,
policy making, organization and evaluation stages of programs for children
and youth. A major emphasis is on the translation of theory into practice
in order to attain program goals.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention), including
graduate level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early years care programs, youth worker, child life specialist,
special needs intervention), including program development and leadership
experience in the child and youth fields, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,

as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS*4421*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course provides students with the skills and opportunities to engage
in critical evaluation and application of research in the fields of child
and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 10:30AM – 11:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in child development.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with early
childhood care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related

course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention), including
graduate level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early childhood programs, youth worker, child life specialist,
special needs intervention), as well as previous experience teaching

related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 10:30AM – 11:45AM

Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention), including
graduate level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early childhood programs, youth worker, child life specialist,
special needs intervention), as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle to teach
course content specific to the advertised position. The University may
hire an otherwise qualified applicant conditional upon the applicant
participating in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning
office to reach a level of competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*01

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*01

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*01

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

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Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
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How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural Perspectives on Childhood and Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*4416*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 07:15 PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; child and youth care) including graduate level courses in the
area of inclusive and anti-racist programs, research and policies; and
issues of culture and ethnicity pertaining to children and youth.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in the area
of early childhood and/or youth care, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,

as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Essentials of Child and Youth Care Practice
Course Code: CHYS*1120*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to professional practice in the field of
child and youth care. Students examine the concept of professionalism as
it applies to child and youth care, and a range of professional skill such
as observation, communication, problem-solving, documentation and report
writing.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and
youth work; social work), including graduate level courses in child and
adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience in the course area (e.g., child and youth worker) as well as

previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 4:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care; child and youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social
work), and have completed graduate level coursework in the subject area.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with a range
of programs pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as

previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Guiding Young Children’s Learning, Development and Behaviour
Course Code: CHYS*2208*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course focuses on understanding and enhancing young children’s
learning experiences. Students learn professional strategies of
identifying, analyzing and implementing developmentally appropriate
learning and behavior guidance principles applicable during the early
childhood years.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in early child
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
with early childhood care programs, as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Guiding Young Children’s Learning, Development and Behaviour
Course Code: CHYS*2208*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on understanding and enhancing young children’s
learning experiences. Students learn professional strategies of
identifying, analyzing and implementing developmentally appropriate
learning and behavior guidance principles applicable during the early
childhood years.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in early child
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
with early childhood care programs, as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and Their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This courses focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also
have relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early
childhood or youth special needs intervention, child life specialist) and
knowledge of Nova Scotia services available to individuals with diverse
developmental needs and their families, as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*3315*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and
youth care; recreation) including graduate level courses in child and
adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional
experience with a range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older
children and youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course

work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in child development.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with early
childhood care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related

course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS*4421*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 07:15PM – 09:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/7/2016
End Date: 12/22/2016
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Qualifications:
This course provides students with the skills and opportunities to engage
in critical evaluation and application of research in the fields of child
and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/21/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*18
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: TTH 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 7/4/2016
End Date: 8/19/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care; child and youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social
work), and have completed graduate level coursework in the subject area.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with a range
of programs pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as
previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must provide evidence of
successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position. The University may hire an otherwise qualified
applicant conditional upon the applicant participating in additional
training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach a level of
competence before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, specific courses taught
(course number, name, and year taught) professional experience relevant to
the advertised position, and contact information for two references.

3. Evidence of positive teaching performance specific to the advertised
position and fulfillment of workload responsibilities.

4. Evidence of successful experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle) teaching course content specific to the
advertised position.

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/9/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum Coordinator
Course Code: Practicum Coordinator (CHYS 2251/3351/3352/4451)
Academic Term: Fall/Winter/Summer
Class Timetable: M-F 8:00AM-4:00PM
Course Unit Value: 1.5
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Start Date: 7/1/2016
End Date: 6/30/2017
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Qualifications:
This position is for July 1, 2016 through June 30, 2017 (fall, winter, and
summer sessions) of the 2016-17 academic year.

The Child and Youth Study practicum coordinator is responsible for
overseeing the delivery of student practicum courses. Applicants must have
a graduate degree and relevant professional experience in Child and Youth
Study or related fields (eg., early childhood care, youth work, child
life, special needs intervention). Applicants must also have experience
supervising early childhood care and youth worker student placements at
the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
*Developing new placement opportunities relevant to child and youth
study/care.
*Assigning students to placements.
*Coordinating the supervision of student placements.
*Being liaison with community based placement personnel.
*Providing orientation meetings for students and practicum supervisors.
*Evaluating Challenge for Practicum Credit applications.

Applicants must provide the following:
1. A letter of identifying the position being applied for; a description
of how one’s academic and professional qualifications/knowledge
demonstrate the ability to undertake the position.
2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees; relevant
supervisory/teaching and professional experience; contact information for
three references.
The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.
Position requirements will be in accordance with University and Department
of Child and Youth Study policies; evaluation will be conducted as
outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 4/15/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: CHYS*4451*01 – Practicum Block A
Course Code: CHYS*4451*01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: M-F 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .25
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Start Date: 4/25/2016
End Date: 5/20/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
*Additional specific qualifications for Practicum (CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352,
4451)
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 4/8/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II (BLOCK A)
Course Code: CHYS*3351*01 – Block A
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 08:30AM-04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 4/25/2016
End Date: 5/20/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime normally on
Tuesdays and Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term.
Experience using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits normally occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the
case of Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance
technologies and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/7/2016
—————————————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I – Early Childhood Setting (BLOCK A)
Course Code: CHYS*2251*01 – BLOCK A
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 08:30AM – 04:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 4/25/2016
End Date: 5/20/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime normally on
Tuesdays and Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term.
Experience using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits normally occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the
case of Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance
technologies and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/7/2016
—————————————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III – Block A
Course Code: CHYS*3352*01 (BLOCK A)
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 8:30AM-4:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 4/25/2016
End Date: 5/20/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime normally on
Tuesdays and Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term.
Experience using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits normally occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the
case of Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance
technologies and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/7/2016
—————————————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II (BLOCK B)
Course Code: CHYS*3351*02 Block B
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/30/2016
End Date: 6/24/2016

—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime normally on
Tuesdays and Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term.
Experience using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits normally occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the
case of Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance
technologies and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/7/2016
—————————————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I – Early Childhood Setting (BLOCK B)
Course Code: CHYS*2251*02 Block B

Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWTHF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/30/2016
End Date: 6/24/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime normally on
Tuesdays and Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term.
Experience using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits normally occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the
case of Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance
technologies and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/7/2016
—————————————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural Perspectives on Childhood and Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*4416*18
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MW 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/9/2016
End Date: 6/24/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; child and youth care) including graduate level courses in the
area of inclusive and anti-racist programs, research and policies; and
issues of culture and ethnicity pertaining to children and youth.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in the area
of early childhood and/or youth care, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and

Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/7/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*18
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: TTH 06:00PM – 8:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 7/4/2016
End Date: 8/19/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals With Diverse Needs and Their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*18
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: MW 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 7/4/2016
End Date: 8/19/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This courses focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also
have relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early
childhood or youth special needs intervention, child life specialist) and
knowledge of Nova Scotia services available to individuals with diverse
developmental needs and their families, as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/21/2016
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*18
Academic Term: Summer Session II
Class Timetable: MW 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 7/4/2016
End Date: 8/19/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention), including
graduate level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early childhood programs, youth worker, child life specialist,
special needs intervention), as well as previous experience teaching

related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/21/2016
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Guiding Young Children’s Learning Development & Behaviour
Course Code: CHYS*2208*02 – Second Posting
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 10:30AM-11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This course focuses on understanding and enhancing young children’s
learning experiences. Students learn professional strategies of
identifying, analyzing and implementing developmentally appropriate
learning and behavior guidance principles applicable during the early
childhood years.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in early child
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
with early childhood care programs, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/15/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Intervention & Evaluation for Children & Youth
Course Code: GCYS*6013*01 – Second Posting
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 4:30PM – 7:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This is a Master’s level course that examines historical and current
perspectives, practices, issues and trends in the field of intervention
for children and youth. Techniques for assessing and evaluating children,
youth, families, environments and programs are examined. Emphasis is
placed on ethical issues, developmentally appropriate practices, and
accountability.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; youth care; special needs intervention; child life) including
graduate level courses in diverse developmental needs from infancy through
adulthood. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in
the course area (e.g., early childhood/youth special needs intervention,
child life specialist) and knowledge of a range of programs for persons
with diverse developmental and learning needs and their families, as well
as previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/14/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and Their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*02 – Second Posting
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: F 10:30AM – 1:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This courses focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also
have relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early
childhood or youth special needs intervention, child life specialist) and
knowledge of Nova Scotia services available to individuals with diverse
developmental needs and their families, as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/14/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Framework in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*02 – Second Posting
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 03:00PM – 04:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care; child and youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social
work), and have completed graduate level coursework in the subject area.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with a range
of programs pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as

previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/14/2015
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MSVU  

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Department / Faculty:
Child & Youth Study

Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 03:00PM – 04:15 PM
Course Unit Value: .5
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016

Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual, cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum perspectives. Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years care; child and youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social work), and have completed graduate level coursework in the subject area. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with a range of programs pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

Duties:
Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking, distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student appeals, and other duties appropriate to the appointment. All distance (DLCE) courses require completion of current technology orientation from DLCE.

Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the course begins. Applicants must provide the following: 1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a description of how one’s academic and professional qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge would be integrated into course content. 2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience, relevant professional experience, and contact information for two references. 3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation; student ratings; reference letter). The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document. Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package. Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————

How to apply:
Send your letter of application accompanied by current curriculum vitae (CV) and the names of three references to the contact name and address provided below.

The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study

CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/3/2015

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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*02 (2nd posting)
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 01:30PM – 02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in child development.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with early
childhood care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related
course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 11/5/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and Their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: W 07:00 PM – 09:30 PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This courses focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also
have relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early
childhood or youth special needs intervention, child life specialist) and
knowledge of Nova Scotia services available to individuals with diverse
developmental needs and their families, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 10/20/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 03:00PM – 04:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care; child and youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social
work), and have completed graduate level coursework in the subject area.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with a range
of programs pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as
previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 10/20/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Infancy through Early Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*3314*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 04:30PM – 05:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during infancy and early childhood. Students examine theoretical
understandings of play, major influences affecting play, methods of
observing and studying play, and practical approaches for supporting and
facilitating play during children’s early years.

Qualifications:
Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) including graduate level courses in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early years care), professional experience with a range of play
programs for young children, as well as previous experience teaching

related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 10/20/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play & Development Infancy – Early Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*3314*01 (Second Posting)
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 04:30PM – 05:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during infancy and early childhood. Students examine theoretical
understandings of play, major influences affecting play, methods of
observing and studying play, and practical approaches for supporting and
facilitating play during children’s early years.

Qualifications:
Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) including graduate level courses in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early years care), professional experience with a range of play
programs for young children, as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/17/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Early Intervention: Theory and Practice
Course Code: CHYS*4422*01 (second posting)
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of current research, trends and issues in
the field of early intervention. The emphasis is on the integration of
theory and practice. Program delivery and best practice models,
professional roles, and the integration of services are also considered.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in diverse developmental needs in early childhood, and
special needs programming. Applicants should also have relevant
professional experience in the course area (early intervention programs),
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/31/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*03
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:00AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*04
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:00AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 8/12/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Intro to Child and Youth Care
Course Code: CHYS*1110*02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention), including
graduate level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early childhood programs, youth worker, child life specialist,
special needs intervention), as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Essentials of Child and Youth Care Practice
Course Code: CHYS*1120*18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to professional practice in the field of
child and youth care. Students examine the concept of professionalism as
it applies to child and youth care, and a range of professional skill such
as observation, communication, problem-solving, documentation and report
writing.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and
youth work; social work), including graduate level courses in child and
adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience in the course area (e.g., child and youth worker) as well as
previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 01:30PM – 02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to the theoretical and curriculum
approaches that influence philosophy and practice in child and youth
study. Students examine the origins, issues and underpinnings of
theoretical and curriculum frameworks, current debates, and individual,
cultural and family influences that guide philosophy and curriculum
perspectives.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care; child and youth work; special needs intervention; child life; social
work), and have completed graduate level coursework in the subject area.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with a range
of programs pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth as well as

previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: F 10:30AM – 01:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in child development.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with early
childhood care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related

course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 04:30PM -05:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,

as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and Their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: F 10:30AM – 01:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This courses focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also
have relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early
childhood or youth special needs intervention, child life specialist) and
knowledge of Nova Scotia services available to individuals with diverse
developmental needs and their families, as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Infancy through Early Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*3314*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 04:30PM – 05:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during infancy and early childhood. Students examine theoretical
understandings of play, major influences affecting play, methods of
observing and studying play, and practical approaches for supporting and
facilitating play during children’s early years.

Qualifications:
Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) including graduate level courses in child development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early years care), professional experience with a range of play
programs for young children, as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be

willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Program Development for Individuals with Diverse Needs and
their Families
Course Code: CHYS*4402*16/18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: T 06:00PM – 8:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course examines programs available for individuals with diverse
developmental needs. In addition, emphasis is placed on integrating
previous knowledge of working with individuals with diverse developmental
needs to design and implement programs.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; youth care; special needs intervention; child life) including
graduate level courses in diverse developmental needs from infancy through
adulthood. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in
the course area (e.g., early childhood or youth special needs
intervention, child life specialist) and knowledge of a range of programs
for persons with diverse developmental and learning needs and their
families, as well as previous experience teaching related course work at
the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in

additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural Perspectives on Childhood and Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*4416*16/18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; child and youth care) including graduate level courses in the
area of inclusive and anti-racist programs, research and policies; and
issues of culture and ethnicity pertaining to children and youth.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in the area
of early childhood and/or youth care, as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS*4421*16/18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course provides students with the skills and opportunities to engage
in critical evaluation and application of research in the fields of child
and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,

as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Leadership in Child and Youth Care
Course Code: GCYS*6014*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This is a Master’s level course that provides a detailed examination of
issues related to leadership and administration of programs for children
and youth. Students focus on the roles and responsibilities of
administrators/staff, including human resources management,
communications, program development and evaluation, community involvement,
and relations with professional, government and other agencies.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care; child and youth work), including graduate level courses specific to
the topic. Applicants should also have relevant professional
administrative and leadership experience in the topic area (e.g., early
years/ youth care) as well as previous experience teaching related course
work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be

willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Early Intervention: Theory and Practice
Course Code: CHYS*4422*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of current research, trends and issues in
the field of early intervention. The emphasis is on the integration of
theory and practice. Program delivery and best practice models,
professional roles, and the integration of services are also considered.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in diverse developmental needs in early childhood, and
special needs programming. Applicants should also have relevant
professional experience in the course area (early intervention programs),

as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/17/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to child and youth study. Students examine
issues and approaches of the field such as early years care, early
childhood and youth intervention, child life, child and youth work.
Emphasis is on developing student understandings of the scope and nature
of the discipline.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention), including
graduate level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants
should also have relevant professional experience in the course area
(e.g., early childhood programs, youth worker, child life specialist,
special needs intervention), as well as previous experience teaching
related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*16/18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 06:00PM – 07:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in

additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: F 10:30AM – 01:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This courses focuses on social, educational, ethical, legal and political
issues of direct relevance to individuals with diverse developmental needs
from birth to adulthood and to their families. It also provides an
overview of specific developmental disabilities (intellectual, sensory,
neurological, etc.). Students consider their future roles, and the roles
of other professionals, in the provision of comprehensive services to this
population.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in child and adolescent development. Applicants should also
have relevant professional experience in the course area (e.g., early
childhood or youth special needs intervention, child life specialist) and
knowledge of Nova Scotia services available to individuals with diverse
developmental needs and their families, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be

willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play and Development: Middle Childhood through Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*3315*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 03:00PM – 04:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of the social, health and developmental play
issues during middle childhood (eight years) through adolescence. Students
examine theoretical understandings of play, major influences affecting
play, methods of observing and studying play, and practical approaches for
supporting and facilitating play and recreation of this age group.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and
youth care; recreation) including graduate level courses in child and
adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience in the course area (e.g., early childhood), professional
experience with a range of play, recreation and leisure programs for older
children and youth, as well as previous experience teaching related course
work at the undergraduate level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth

Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural Perspectives on Childhood and Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*4416*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 12:00PM – 01:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on issues of culture and ethnicity during childhood
and adolescence. Students focus on the multicultural nature of modern
society and the on-going struggle towards the values of inclusion and
anti-racism in practice, research and social policy areas in the fields of
child and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; child and youth care) including graduate level courses in the
area of inclusive and anti-racist programs, research and policies; and
issues of culture and ethnicity pertaining to children and youth.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in the area
of early childhood and/or youth care, as well as previous experience
teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study

Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS*4421*15/19
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course provides students with the skills and opportunities to engage
in critical evaluation and application of research in the fields of child
and youth study.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in

additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Early Intervention: Theory and Practice
Course Code: CHYS*4422*16/18
Academic Term: Winter

Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
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Qualifications:
This course is an examination of current research, trends and issues in
the field of early intervention. The emphasis is on the integration of
theory and practice. Program delivery and best practice models,
professional roles, and the integration of services are also considered.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; special needs intervention; child life) including graduate
level courses in diverse developmental needs in early childhood, and
special needs programming. Applicants should also have relevant
professional experience in the course area (early intervention programs),
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
This is a distance course offering. Applicants must have successful
teaching experience using online and related technologies
(Blackboard/Collaborate; Moodle), or be willing to participate in
additional training through the MSVU Distance Learning office to reach the
required level of competency before the course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Intervention and Evaluation for Children and Youth
Course Code: GCYS*6013*01
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This is a Master’s level course that examines historical and current
perspectives, practices, issues and trends in the field of intervention
for children and youth. Techniques for assessing and evaluating children,
youth, families, environments and programs are examined. Emphasis is
placed on ethical issues, developmentally appropriate practices, and
accountability.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood; youth care; special needs intervention; child life) including
graduate level courses in diverse developmental needs from infancy through
adulthood. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience in
the course area (e.g., early childhood/youth special needs intervention,
child life specialist) and knowledge of a range of programs for persons
with diverse developmental and learning needs and their families, as well
as previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be

willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 01:30PM – 02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in child development.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with early
childhood care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related

course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*03

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 01:30PM – 02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an examination of children’s contemporary experiences with
an emphasis on enhancing the provision of their care, learning and
development.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in child development.
Applicants should also have relevant professional experience with early
childhood care programs, as well as previous experience teaching related
course work at the undergraduate level

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 04:30PM – 05:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to research design and methodology with
applications to the field of child and youth study. Emphasis is placed on
developing students’ understanding of research terminology, introducing
students to the range of research undertaken in child and youth study, and
guiding students’ engagement in small-scale research assignments.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early
childhood, education, psychology, social work) including academic course
work in research design and methodology. Applicants should also have
relevant professional experience with a variety of research methodologies
and their applications pertaining to the fields of child and youth study,
as well as previous experience teaching related course work at the
undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Guiding Young Children’s Learning, Development and Behaviour
Course Code: CHYS*2208*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 10:30AM – 11:45AM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course focuses on understanding and enhancing young children’s
learning experiences. Students learn professional strategies of
identifying, analyzing and implementing developmentally appropriate
learning and behavior guidance principles applicable during the early
childhood years.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., early years
care) and have completed graduate level coursework in early child
development. Applicants should also have relevant professional experience
with early childhood care programs, as well as previous experience

teaching related course work at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Essentials of Child and Youth Care Practice
Course Code: CHYS*1120*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 01:30PM – 02:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
This course is an introduction to professional practice in the field of
child and youth care. Students examine the concept of professionalism as
it applies to child and youth care, and a range of professional skill such
as observation, communication, problem-solving, documentation and report
writing.

Applicants must have a graduate degree, PhD preferred, in Child and Youth
Study or a field specifically related to course content (e.g., child and
youth work; social work), including graduate level courses in child and
adolescent development. Applicants should also have relevant professional
experience in the course area (e.g., child and youth worker) as well as

previous experience teaching related course work at the undergraduate
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Applicants must have successful teaching experience using Moodle or be
willing to participate in additional training through the MSVU Distance
Learning office to reach the required level of competency before the
course begins.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to teach the specified
course content; an explanation of how academic and professional knowledge
would be integrated into course content.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for two
references.

3. Evidence of teaching effectiveness (for eg., chair’s evaluation;
student ratings; reference letter).

The application package should be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Course content and requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/28/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.

Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/14/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 09:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/14/2015
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/14/2015
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*02

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/14/2015
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*15

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2016
End Date: 4/27/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/14/2015
—————————————————

MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum Coordinator (2015-16 Academic Year)
Course Code: CHYS 2251/3351/3352/4451
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MTWThF (as required)
Course Unit Value: 1.0
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 6/24/2016
—————————————————
Qualifications:
The Department of Child and Youth Study is seeking to fill the role of
Practicum Coordinator. The Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the
delivery of student practicum courses through securing student placements
in a variety of settings that meet the program’s requirements, acting as
liaison between the Department and placement agencies, being responsible
for problem solving, and maintaining positive relationships with a variety
of contacts and agencies.
This is a 1.0 unit position that is carried over the fall, winter, and
summer session 1 terms of the 2015-16 academic year.

Applicants must have a graduate degree and relevant professional
experience in Child and Youth Study or related fields (eg., early
childhood care, youth work, child life, special needs intervention).
Applicants must also have experience supervising early childhood care and
youth worker student placements at the undergraduate level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
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匹ommunicating with established practicum agencies to confirm and monitor
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疋eveloping new placement opportunities relevant to child and youth
study/care.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter of identifying the position being applied for; a description
of how one痴 academic and professional qualifications/knowledge
demonstrate the ability to undertake the position

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees; relevant
supervisory/teaching and professional experience; contact information for
three references.

The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document. Those
applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

We wish to thank all applicants for their interest; however only those
selected will be contacted.

Position requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department. of Child and Youth Study policies; evaluation will be
conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/24/2015
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTh 08:30AM – 4:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will

be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/24/2015
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM-04:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.

Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning.
Duties include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of
3 practicum site visits for each student (including the initial
introductory visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings
with the students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/24/2015
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30-04:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/24/2015
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/24/2015
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*16

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/9/2015
End Date: 12/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Child and Youth Study students undertake practicum courses in a variety of
settings specific to infancy, childhood, adolescence, and residential
care. Placements are undertaken in the Halifax Regional Municipality as
well as through Distance Learning and include two on-campus seminar
meetings with their supervisors. Prior to the start of placements
supervisors attend an orientation meeting with the Practicum Coordinator,
and hold an orientation meeting with their students. During the academic
terms supervisors visit placement sites to observe and meet with students
and to meet with placement supervisors. In addition, supervisors respond
to student inquiries between visits; provide students with guidance on
placement requirements; provide students with feedback on practicum
assignments; provide detailed feedback through mid-term and final
evaluations. Compensation for travel is based on placement distance from
the Mount.

Applicants must have a graduate degree in Child and Youth Study or a field
specifically related to early childhood care and/or child and youth care.
Applicants must also have recent experience supervising practicum students
in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and
pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work. Applicants must be
available to undertake placement visits during the daytime on Tuesdays and
Thursdays on a regular basis throughout the academic term. Experience
using Distance technologies is required.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students at various levels
(CHYS 2251, 3351, 3352, 4451) in a variety of settings in the Halifax
Regional Municipality [HRM] as well as through Distance Learning. Duties
include attending an orientation meeting; undertaking a minimum of 3
practicum site visits for each student (including the initial introductory
visit); holding an orientation meeting and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator;
disseminating student paperwork (criminal record checks and child abuse
registry) to placement locations; responding to student inquiries between
visits; providing students with guidance on placement requirements;
providing students with feedback on practicum assignments; providing
detailed feedback through mid-term and final evaluations.

Supervisory visits occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays, except in the case of
Distance placements, which are supervised through Distance technologies
and arranged individually. Supervisors will work under the direction of
the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and Youth Study.

Applicants must provide the following:

1. A letter identifying the course or courses being applied for; a
description of how one’s academic and professional
qualifications/knowledge demonstrate the ability to undertake practicum
supervision.

2. An updated CV that identifies earned degrees, teaching experience,
relevant professional experience, and contact information for three
references.

3. The application package must be submitted as a single PDF document.
Those applying to teach multiple courses should do so in one package.

Practicum requirements will be in accordance with University and
Department of Child and Youth Study policies. Instructor evaluation will
be conducted as outlined in the MSVU CUPE 3912 collective agreement.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: The Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 6/24/2015
—————————————————

MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*02
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 6/1/2015
End Date: 6/26/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood, education, youth care, developmental psychology, social work,
counseling) ABD doctorate and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent
experience supervising practicum students in a range of settings specific
to infancy, childhood, and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child
and youth care/work; experience using online technologies. Appointees will
work under the direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department
of Child and Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site
visits (including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings
with the students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 5/12/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Program Development and Leadership
Course Code: CHYS*4407*16/18
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: TTH 06:00PM – 8:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 5/4/2015
End Date: 6/19/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood, youth care, education, social work); ABD doctorate and Master’s
degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in the subject
area including program development for children/youth; professional
leadership experience in programs for children and youth; successful
experience teaching at the university level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Candidate should have experience teaching using online and related
technologies

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 4/3/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV (Block A)
Course Code: CHYS*4451*01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .25
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Start Date: 4/27/2015
End Date: 5/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 6 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/13/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II (Block B)
Course Code: CHYS*3351*02
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .25
—————————————————
Start Date: 6/1/2015
End Date: 6/26/2015

—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 6 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/13/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting (Block A)
Course Code: CHYS*2251*01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 08:30AM – 4:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 4/27/2015
End Date: 5/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
Qualifications: PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field
(e.g., early childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD
doctorate and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience
supervising practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy,
childhood, and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth
care/work; experience using online technologies. Appointees will work
under the direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of
Child and Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,

3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/13/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II (Block A)
Course Code: CHYS*3351*01
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 08:30AM – 04:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 4/27/2015
End Date: 5/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/13/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III (Block A)
Course Code: CHYS*3352*01

Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 4/27/2015
End Date: 5/22/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/13/2015
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting (Block B)
Course Code: CHYS*2251*02
Academic Term: Summer Session I
Class Timetable: MTWThF 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 6/1/2015
End Date: 6/26/2015

—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 3/13/2015
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*04
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .25
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 6 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/19/2014
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Early Intervention: Theory and Practice
Course Code: CHYS*4422*16/18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; professional experience with early
intervention programs and families of young children with diverse
developmental needs; knowledge of diverse developmental needs from infancy
through early childhood; experience teaching at the university level as
well as experience teaching using online and related technologies.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 12/5/2014
—————————————————

MSVU  

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Early intervention: Theory and Practice
Course Code: CHYS*4422*16/18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .50
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; professional experience with early
intervention programs and families of young children with diverse
developmental needs; knowledge of diverse developmental needs from infancy
through early childhood; experience teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Candidate should have experience teaching using online and related
technologies
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 11/21/2014
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Program Development for Individuals with Diverse Needs and
their Families
Course Code: CHYS*4402*01
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 06:00PM – 08:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including diverse developmental needs from infancy
through adulthood; professional experience with a range of programs for
persons with diverse developmental and learning needs, and their families;
experience teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*03

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*03

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I: Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*03

Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS*4421*16/18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area; professional experience with a variety of research
methodologies and their applications in programs pertaining to infancy,
childhood, and adolescence; experience teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Candidate should have experience teaching using online and related
technologies

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play
Course Code: CHYS*3312*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 09:00AM – 10:15AM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including infant, childhood, and adolescent development;
professional experience with a range of play, recreation and leisure
programs for children and youth; experience teaching at the university

level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*16/18
Academic Term: Winter

Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including diverse developmental needs from infancy
through adulthood; professional experience with a range of programs for
persons with diverse developmental and learning needs, and their families;
experience teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
—————————————————

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 04:30PM – 05:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area; professional experience with a variety of research
methodologies and their applications in programs pertaining to infancy,
childhood, and adolescence; experience teaching at the university level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Issues of Childhood
Course Code: CHYS*2209*02
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: MW 12:00PM – 01:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including preschool and school age child development;

experience teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Guiding Young Children’s Learning Development and Behaviour
Course Code: CHYS*2208*16/18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: M 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including early child development; professional
experience with early childhood education and care programs; experience
teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Candidate should have experience teaching using online and related
technologies.

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Observation and Documentation in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2204*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: W 04:30PM – 7:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; professional experience with a
range of programs pertaining to infancy, childhood, and youth; completed
academic course work in, and professional experience with a range of
observation/documentation practices; experience teaching at the university
level.
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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Please note: This is a Coordinated Course

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*03
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: T 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed course work in the
subject area; professional experience with a range of programs pertaining
to infancy, childhood, and youth; experience teaching at the university

level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Care
Course Code: CHYS*1110*04
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: TH 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including child and adolescent development; professional
experience with a range of programs in fields pertaining to infancy,

childhood, and youth; experience teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Please note: This is a Coordinated Course
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Interpersonal Communication Skills
Course Code: CHYS*3327*16/18-FSGN*3327*16/18
Academic Term: Winter
Class Timetable: W 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 1/5/2015
End Date: 4/28/2015
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Qualifications:
Candidates should have a PhD or Master’s Degree in Child and Youth Study
or a related field (e.g., early childhood education, psychology, social
work, counseling, family studies), completed academic course work in the
subject area (interpersonal relationship skills in human services),
professional experience specific to the topic of study, experience
teaching at the university level, experience teaching using online and
related technologies.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/16/2014
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MSVU  

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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum I – Early Childhood Setting
Course Code: CHYS*2251*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum II
Course Code: CHYS*3351*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 4:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum III
Course Code: CHYS*3352*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM

Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Practicum IV
Course Code: CHYS*4451*01

Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 08:30AM – 04:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; recent experience supervising
practicum students in a range of settings specific to infancy, childhood,
and adolescence and pertinent to fields of child and youth care/work;
experience using online technologies. Appointees will work under the
direction of the practicum coordinator for the Department of Child and
Youth Study. Duties include a minimum of 3 practicum site visits
(including the initial introductory visit) and 2 seminar meetings with the
students unless otherwise approved by the practicum coordinator.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Supervise a minimum of 12 practicum placement students (CHYS 2251, 3351,
3352, 4451) in a variety of locations specific to infancy, childhood,
adolescence and residential care.
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Play
Course Code: CHYS*3312*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 06:30PM – 08:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including infant, childhood, and adolescent development;
professional experience with a range of play, recreation and leisure
programs for children and youth; experience teaching at the university
level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Theoretical Frameworks in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1130*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 12:00PM – 01:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling) ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed course work in the
subject area; professional experience with a range of programs pertaining
to infancy, childhood, and youth; experience teaching at the university

level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Seminar in Child and Youth Research
Course Code: CHYS*4421*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 06:00PM – 08:30PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area; professional experience with a variety of research
methodologies and their applications in programs pertaining to infancy,
childhood, and adolescence; experience teaching at the university level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Essentials of Child and Youth Care Practice
Course Code: CHYS*1120*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including child and adolescent development; professional
experience specific to child and youth work/care; experience teaching at

the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Essentials of Child and Youth Care Practice
Course Code: CHYS*1120*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including child and adolescent development; professional
experience specific to child and youth work/care; experience teaching at

the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TTH 09:00AM – 10:15AM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including child and adolescent development; professional
experience with a range of programs in fields pertaining to infancy,
childhood, and youth; experience teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Please note: This is a Coordinated Course

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: MW 04:30PM – 05:45PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area; professional experience with a variety of research
methodologies and their applications in programs pertaining to infancy,
childhood, and adolescence; experience teaching at the university level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Individuals with Diverse Needs and their Families
Course Code: CHYS*3301*01
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: F 10:30AM – 1:15PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including diverse developmental needs from infancy
through adulthood; professional experience with a range of programs for
persons with diverse developmental and learning needs, and their families;

experience teaching at the university level.
—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
—————————————————

—————————————————
Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Introduction to Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*1110*03
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: TH 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area including child and adolescent development; professional
experience with a range of programs in fields pertaining to infancy,
childhood, and youth; experience teaching at the university level.

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:
Please note: This is a Coordinated Course
—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Cultural perspectives on Childhood and Adolescence
Course Code: CHYS*4416*16/18
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: M 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
—————————————————
Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
—————————————————
Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area of inclusive and anti-racist programs, research, and
policies as well as issues of culture and race pertaining to children and
youth; experience teaching at the university level. Candidate should have
experience teaching using online and related technologies

—————————————————
Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
appointment. —————————————————
Additional Duties:

—————————————————
Remuneration: Remuneration is in accordance with the Collective Agreement
between Mount Saint Vincent University and CUPE 3912
—————————————————
How to apply: Send your application accompanied by curriculum vitae and
the names of three references to:
Department Chair: Dr. Donna Varga, Chair of the Dept. of Child & Youth
Study
Email: CHYS-Hiring@msvu.ca

Application deadline: 7/11/2014
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Department/Faculty: Child & Youth Study
Course Name: Research Methods in Child and Youth Study
Course Code: CHYS*2211*02
Academic Term: Fall
Class Timetable: W 04:30PM – 07:00PM
Course Unit Value: .5
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Start Date: 9/3/2014
End Date: 12/18/2014
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Qualifications:
PhD required in Child and Youth Study or a related field (e.g., early
childhood education, psychology, social work, counseling); ABD doctorate
and Master’s degrees may be considered; completed academic course work in
the subject area; professional experience with a variety of research
methodologies and their applications in programs pertaining to infancy,
childhood, and adolescence; experience teaching at the university level.

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Duties: Preparation, teaching, student consultation, grading and marking,
distribution of student evaluation questionnaires, involvement in student
appeals, and other duties appropriate to the
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Additional Duties:

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Remuneration: Re