CBU invites applications for the positions of
Dean of the Shannon School of Business and
Dean of the School of Arts and Social Sciences.
Cape Breton University is an Atlantic Canadian post-secondary institution with a growing national
and international focus. Currently home to 3500 students, CBU’s vision of post-secondary education allows students to pursue dynamic fields of study that are ideally suited for success in liberal
arts, business, health, education, science and technology.
SHANNON SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
CBU’s Shannon School of Business serves over 1000 students in Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Hospitality & Tourism Management, and nationally recognized MBA (Community
Economic Development) degree programs. The School is home to both the Purdy Crawford Chair in
Aboriginal Business Studies and the George Unsworth Chair in Accounting. Supported by a stellar National Advisory Board and housed in an outstanding new building, this roles offers great opportunity.
SCHOOL OF ARTS & SOCIAL SCIENCE
CBU’s School of Arts & Social Sciences is home to our Bachelor of Arts programs as well as CBU’s
unique Bachelor of Arts Community Studies. A broad range of research activity features particularly
strong work in Heritage and Culture with two Canada Research Chairs. The Dean also acts as academic leader for faculty in the Department of Indigenous Studies in the Unama’ki College at CBU.
This is a vibrant and diverse portfolio for the right candidate.
Application Review will commence May 2013. Applications will be accepted until positions are
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. CBU is an equal opportunities employer.
FOR TEACHING OVERSEAS
Universities in Asia, Latin America,
Africa and Eastern Europe are
looking for well-qualified faculty in
various disciplines: Engineering,
Information Technology, English
(composition and literature),
Agriculture, Medicine, Business,
and the theoretical and applied
Christian academics to teach for
one or more years in these public
For more information about the
application process for potential
appointments contact Dr. Wendy
Helleman, Acting Executive
Director, 43 Northumberland St.,
Toronto, ON, M6H 1R2,
or at csidesk@gmail.
For further details about Christian
Studies International please visit
Director of Human Resources
• brief statement of interest
• complete curriculum vitae
• three current letters of reference
(sent directly to CBU) to the Human
Cape Breton University
Human Resources Dept.
P.O. Box 5300, 1250 Grand Lake Road
Sydney, NS B1P 6L2
pedagogical innovations used; A statement
of teaching philosophy. Candidates should
provide the names and contact information
of three referees who can attest to the candidate's commitment to teaching excellence
and/or scholarship. The deadline for receipt
of all materials is April 30, 2013. All materials must be sent electronically and in hard
copy. All materials should be sent to: Dr.
Andrew Welsh, c/o Margaret Harris, Wilfrid Laurier University - Brantford Campus,
73 George St., Brantford, ON, N3T 2Y3;
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from qualified women and men, including
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persons, and persons of a visible minority-All qualified candidates are encouraged to
apply; however Canadians and permanent
residents will be given priority. Members of
the designated groups must self-identify to
be considered for employment equity. Candidates may self-identify, in confidence, to
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