The University of King’s College invites applications for the position of Senior Fellow in the Foundation Year Program. This is a two-year appointment, commencing July 1, 2019 and ending June 30, 2021. 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. Senior Fellows conduct tutorials of approximately 15 students for four to eight hours a week and attend lectures for eight hours a week. In addition, they are responsible for assisting the Director in the day-to-day administration of the Program. Since the Senior Fellow is expected to take on a leadership role for the tutorial staff, candidates must demonstrate excellence in tutorial teaching and a willingness to contribute to the Program’s overall functioning.
Salary: $64,298 to $66,400.
A letter of application, along with a curriculum vitae, three letters of reference and a teaching dossier, should be sent to Dr. Neil Robertson, Director, Foundation Year Program, University of King’s College, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 2A1. Complete applications, along with letters of reference, should be sent electronically to email@example.com or in hardcopy to the address above by Monday, March 25, 2019.
The position is subject to enrolment and budgetary approval.
The University of King’s College is an Employment Equity/Affirmative Action Employer. We encourage and welcome those who would contribute to the diversification of our staff and faculty including, but not limited to women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity.
This job is posted in accordance with the Collective Agreement between the University of King’s College Teachers’ Association and the University of King’s College.