The Assistant Journalism Professor will bring a broad range of journalism skills and experience to further the School's mission of educating students in reporting practice. Teaching duties will range from introductory-level undergraduate courses to specialized postgraduate ones depending on the candidate's background. Deadline: Feb. 15.
The Assistant Registrar, Communications will lead the work of recruitment marketing and communications that support enrolment goals at the University of King’s College. Working in the Registrar’s Office, this will include integrating market research, recruitment intel and community consultation in the development, distribution and evaluation of recruitment materials and messaging. Deadline: Feb. 23
To achieve the goals of King’s during a major fundraising campaign, the Donor Communications Writer works directly with the President, Advancement Director, the Associate Director, Communications (Advancement) and other members of the King’s community to develop and contribute to campaign communications. The position requires a strong, nuanced and prolific writer responsible for creating content to support donor relations activity. Deadline: Feb. 26
The Don is a resident supervisor within their designated Bays or a Floor. Each Don has direct responsibility for the support, supervision, and mentorship of approximately 30 students. The position carries with it significant duties and obligations to participate in and guide collegial student life. Each Don is expected to make demonstrable contributions to the social and intellectual life of their residents. Deadline: Mar. 2
The Junior Don exercises general disciplinary duties within the precincts of the College and is a resident supervisor of the first floor of Alexandra Hall or Angels’ Roost or works with another don in a Bay or other floor of Alexandra Hall. They are expected to assist students through programming initiatives, individual support and referrals, and initial crisis response. Deadline: Mar. 2
This is a two year appointment, commencing July 1. The minimum requirements are (a) the completion of three years as a Teaching/Faculty Fellow in the Foundation Year Program; (b) the completion of an MA or equivalent degree in some area of the humanities or social sciences.Duties include teaching and marking in an interdisciplinary and team-taught first-year Program, which considers the western tradition (including works of literature, philosophy, religion, art and science) from the ancient world to the present. Deadline: March 23
This is a three-year appointment, commencing July 1. Duties include teaching and marking in an interdisciplinary and team-taught Program for first-year students which considers the western tradition (including works of literature, philosophy, religion, art and science) from the ancient world to the present. Deadline: April 13