abilities, Aboriginal persons, and persons of
a visible minority. All qualified candidates
are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given
priority. In accordance with the requirements of Employment and Social Development (ESDC) and Immigration, Refugees
and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), the successful applicant will be required to prove
they are legally able to work in Canada.
Members of the designated groups must
self-identify to be considered for employment equity. Candidates may self-identify,
in confidence, to the Interim Dean of the
Faculty of Social Work, Dr. Dawn Buzza -
firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information on the
equity policy can be found at http://www.
To obtain a copy of this job ad (or links referenced) in an accessible format, please
e-mail email@example.com. 
King’s University College - King’s University College at Western University, a
Catholic Liberal Arts College, invites applications for a probationary tenure-track
appointment in the School of Social Work
at the rank of Associate or Assistant Professor, effective July 1, 2017 (subject to budgetary approval). The successful candidate will
teach in Social Work. Candidates should
have a Ph.D. in Social Work, or equivalent,
on or by July 1, 2017 (ABD candidates
should submit documentation of defense
tional and innovative teaching strategies.
Our Aboriginal Field of Study in the MSW
program challenges traditional pedagogy
through Indigenous-based learning. We
encourage students to become active citizens of an increasingly complex and inter-connected world. We fulfill our mission by
advancing multi-disciplinary and marginal-ized forms of knowledge. Our graduates are
committed to constructively engaging
oppressive conditions and structures and
promoting well-being in individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities. Applicants should submit evidence of
teaching excellence (such as evaluations
and a dossier); a 1-2 page statement of
teaching and research interests; full curriculum vitae; sample of recent publications;
which position(s) you are interested in
being considered for; and the names and
contact information for three referees.
Please send the application package to the
Chair, FSW Appointment and Promotion
Committee, c/o Tanya Diriye, Lyle S. Hall-
man Faculty of Social Work, Wilfrid Laurier
University, 120 Duke Street West, Kitchener,
Ontario, Canada, N2H 3W8. Electronic sub-
mission of as much as possible of the appli-
cation package to Tanya Diriye (tdiriye@
wlu.ca) is encouraged. Applications will be
accepted until January 10, 2017. Wilfrid
Laurier University is committed to employ-
ment equity and values diversity. We wel-
come applications from qualified women
and men, including persons of all genders
and sexual orientations, persons with dis-
practice with individuals, families, children,
community advocacy, and applied social
work research. Candidates should have a
completed doctoral degree and a demon-
strated record of external funding, publica-
tion, and competent teaching. Preference
will be given to candidates who have prac-
tice experience with diverse populations.
Hiring an Indigenous scholar able to support our MSW and PhD programs is a priority. The Faculty of Social Work at Wilfrid
Laurier University offers professional social
work programs at the Bachelor’s, Master’s
and a research-focused Doctoral program.
We are devoted to excellence in research,
creative and critical thinking and reflexive
practice. Our students learn through tradi-
will be a tenure-track professional teaching
position (with a normative teaching load of
six courses) and the other a tenure-track
faculty position (with a normative teaching
load of four courses). There is interest in
candidates with demonstrated competence
in one or more of the following areas: quan-
titative data analysis, gerontology, addic-
tions, social policy, youth and technology or
disabilities. A third appointment will be at
the Assistant Professor level with the pri-
mary teaching responsibilities in the newly
formed BSW program on the Brantford
campus. This is a tenure-track faculty posi-
tion (with a normative teaching load of four
courses). There is interest in candidates
with demonstrated competence in direct
The University of Regina should
be the focus of your career.
We are proud of our growing
reputation for excellence in
teaching and research, but there
is much more that deserves a closer
See your future as part of the people
who call the University of Regina their workplace of choice by
viewing the following opportunity:
LA CITÉ UNIVERSITAIRE FRANCOPHONE
L’université de Regina lance un appel à candidatures pour le poste de
Directeur/Directrice principal(e), La Cité universitaire francophone
(entrée en poste : été 2017). Nous recherchons une personne
visionnaire et accomplie qui fait preuve de courage, d’énergie et
d’intégrité pour diriger La Cité universitaire francophone.
Les demandes seront étudiées à partir du 21 novembre, jusqu’à ce que
le poste soit comblé.
Pour plus de précisions sur le poste et ses responsabilités, et sur
l’Université de Regina, veuillez consulter www.uregina.ca/hr/careers/
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and
permanent residents will be given priority. The University of Regina is
committed to achieving a representative workforce and qualified diversity
group members are encouraged to self identify on their applications.
NSCAD University invites applications for one Assistant Professor, Painting/Drawing.
Subject to budgetary and final approval, an initial three-year appointment, renewable
for continuing appointment.
Deadline: January 15, 2017.
Preference given to candidates who have demonstrated ability to teach all levels of
Painting / Drawing and familiarity with objective/observational and non-objective
approaches. The successful applicant will be conversant with contemporary and historical art discourses. Knowledge of expanded and innovative painting and drawing
practices as well as interdisciplinary areas of inquiry are an asset. This position will
serve students in BFA and MFA programs. NSCAD welcomes applications from those
whose practices address diverse social and political perspectives.
Requirements: a minimum MFA (Fine Arts) with concentration in Painting / Drawing
(or equivalent terminal degree), active research and/or professional practice with
potential for development on national and/or international scale, and relevant teaching experience. Include a CV, teaching philosophy, research interests, digital portfolio
of up to 20 jpg images ( 1. 5 MB max/image) of applicant’s professional work and up
to 15 jpg images of students’ work, an image list and names/contact information of
three referees. NSCAD will seek permission before contacting referees. For video files,
visit NSCAD website for specifications.
Direct applications to: Dr. Ann-Barbara Graff
5163 Duke Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3J 3J6
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Fax: 902 425 4664
Founded in Halifax in 1887, NSCAD is an international centre of excellence for the study,
practice, and teaching of the visual arts. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply;
however Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. Hiring will be
in accordance with NSCAD’s policy on non-discrimination.
Advancing the visual arts