Sessional Instructor(s), Fall/Winter 2023-24 – Faculty of Arts
The Faculty of Arts is seeking qualified sessional instructors to teach the following courses at the Brandon University Campus for the 2023/24 Fall & Winter sessions. These courses may be delivered in an online synchronous format but preference will be given to a qualified candidate who will teach in-person, unless otherwise specified. Please apply by submitting a letter of application, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching attainment, copies of transcripts, indication of Canadian citizenship or immigration status, and the names and contact information of three referees in a single pdf file to the individual named below the course. The courses will run based on sufficient enrollment and budgetary approval. For exact course times, please consult the Registration Guide at https://www.brandonu.ca/registration/
Qualifications: A PhD is preferred; Master’s Degree or equivalent required
Salary: $6314.00/3 credit hour course
Application deadline: A review of applications will begin June 30 and the posting will remain open until it is filled.
Term: Fall – September 6 – December 8, 2023
Winter – January 3 – April 5, 2024
16:372 Digital Marketing – Winter
This course is designed to give students a clear understanding of the field of electronic marketing as well as the skills to develop electronic commerce applications on the web. The course will focus on understanding and using the Internet for marketing functions. Please apply to Lindsay McLachlan and Dr. Ravi Dwivedula at McLachlanL@BrandonU.ca and DwivedulaR@BrandonU.ca.
68:151 Introduction to Native Studies I – Fall/Winter
A basic course designed to acquaint the student with the area of Native Studies. Native Studies I covers the relationship between Aboriginal peoples and the Canadian Government, including Treaties, the Indian Act, Reserve systems, political and constitutional questions, family issues, education, health care, economic development, the justice system and land claims. Please apply to Dr. Velvet Maud at MaudV@BrandonU.ca.
12/90:259 Sociology of Medical Systems – Winter
A study of the structure and dynamics of health care delivery systems within the framework of organizational theory, with special reference to Canada. Topics include the hospital as a social system, patient-practitioner relationships, community health organizations, demand for, and supply of, health-care personnel, and the politics of health care. Please apply to Dr. Ariane Hanemaayer at Hanemaayera@brandonu.ca.
Brandon University is committed to equity, welcomes diversity, and hires on the basis of merit. All qualified individuals who may contribute to the diversification of the University, especially women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous persons, racialized persons, and persons of all sexual orientations and genders are encouraged to apply. Canadian citizens and permanent residents are given priority. Evidence of citizenship must be provided.
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