Sessional Lecturer - Winter 2018
Sessional Lecturers for Winter 2018 Additional Posting
Campion College, a Catholic, liberal arts college federated with the University of Regina, invites applications from Sessional Lecturers to teach the following classes, in the Winter 2018 term. The successful applicant must have a relevant degree and teaching experience. A written copy of the College’s appointment procedures is available upon request.
Pastoral Studies 330 (Foundations in Pastoral Care)
This class will be scheduled during a weekday from 4:00 - 6:45 pm.
Psychology 204 (Research Methods in Psychology)
This class will be schduled three days a week during the day.
English 110 (Critical Reading & Writing II)
This class will be scheduled three days a week during the day and please specify the theme for the course.
Application Deadline: September 30, 2017
1) a list of classes taught at Campion, indicating Class Title and Course Number/Section (ex. Engl100C01) and each semester taught – this should be a separate document in addition to information included in your curriculum vitae;
2) curriculum vitae including home address and email address;
3) teaching dossier with relevant documentation.
(Applicants who have previously taught at Campion College in the past three years should only submit new information not already on file).
Please ensure that all components of your application are provided in
A) one PDF attachment with the File name: “[Your name] [Class for which you are applying, ex. Engl110C03/C04]” If you want the information contained in the body of your email to be part of the application it must be included in the one attachment.
B) Applications are to be submitted by email to Dr. Allison Fizzard, Dean at Campion.Dean@uregina.ca and a hard copy submitted to:
Dr. Allison D. Fizzard, Dean
Campion College Room 308
University of Regina
3737 Wascana Parkway
Regina, SK. S4S 0A2
In keeping with the College’s commitment to equity, sessional appointments will, all other things being equal (i.e., academic qualifications, teaching experience, and understanding of the subject matter), be made by giving preference to applicants who self-identify as members of one or more groups identified under the Canadian and Saskatchewan Human Rights Codes (women, Aboriginal and Métis peoples, persons with disabilities, and visible minorities), and in addition, to non-visible minorities, as specified under the relevant article(s) of the Collective Agreement (currently 3.2).