University of Regina: Assistant Professor or Lecturer in Sociology and Social Studies

The Department of Sociology and Social Studies invites applications for a one year term position at the Lecturer or Assistant Professor level effective 1 July 2014.

 

The successful candidate will share responsibility for the Department’s undergraduate and graduate program in feminist theory, the sociology of gender, and critical and comparative family studies.  In addition she or he will contribute to the Department’s teaching program in one or more of the following areas:  qualitative methodology; rural and community studies; Canadian political economy; and the sociology of work.

 

We seek an individual with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in teaching and research.  The successful candidate will have a PhD (or be close to completion), a record of scholarly activity, and evidence of excellence in teaching.  The Department is committed to a balanced program of teaching, scholarly activity and service to the community.

 

Applications close on 30 April 2014.  Review of applications will begin on 1 May 2014.

 

Please apply online through the University’s Human Resources web site at http://www.uregina.ca/hr/careers/opportunities.html. Applicants will submit via the web form a letter of application along with the names and contact information of three referees, a curriculum vitae, a teaching dossier/evidence of teaching effectiveness, samples of written work, and photocopies of transcripts. Original transcripts must be sent directly by the granting institution once candidates are contacted for an interview. These will be sent to:  Dr Richard Kleer, Dean, Faculty of Arts, University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4S 0A2.

 

For more information on the Faculty of Arts, please refer to www.uregina.ca/arts/ 

 

Academic enquiries may be addressed to:  Dr J.F. Conway, Head, Department of Sociology and Social Studies; phone 306-585-4052; email:  john.conway@uregina.ca

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