Competition Number: F18600P
Position Title: Instructor – English
Employee Group: Faculty
Position Status: Non-Regular
Position Type: Instructor
Workload Amount: 1-4 sections
Location: North Vancouver
What you’ll do
At Capilano University, we believe in the power of education to transform lives and communities. Join us in shaping the future of English education and making a positive impact in the lives of our students.
The English Department at Capilano University seeks to fill multiple non-regular positions with January 2024 and May 2024 start dates. We seek innovative teacher-scholars to design and teach writing and literature courses at the undergraduate level. The successful candidates will show a strong commitment to mentoring students from a wide range of backgrounds. As a member of our English Department, you will play a pivotal role in shaping the minds of our diverse student body. We are actively seeking candidates with a demonstrated commitment to our values, including a dedication to mentor and inspire students from diverse backgrounds, making a profound and lasting impact on their educational journey.
What you’ll bring
Candidates must have experience teaching writing and literature at the undergraduate level. A specialization in Indigenous, diasporic, and/or decolonial literatures is preferred, but scholars in all fields of Anglophone literature and creative writing will be considered. Ability to teach literature from 10th to 17th and 17th to early 20th centuries is also an asset. Minimum requirement is a Master’s degree and a PhD in English (or closely related field) in-hand, or near-completion at the time of application, is preferred.
The English Department at CapU is committed to diversifying and supporting our teaching faculty. Letters of application should address the candidate’s philosophy of undergraduate teaching as well as their ability to foster an equitable and inclusive community within the University. Please also indicate your availability for Summer 2024 terms 1 (May/June) and 2 (July/August). We actively encourage applications from individuals who identify as racialized, Indigenous, Black, and/or persons of color. We invite candidates to self-identify and be part of our mission to create a truly inclusive educational environment.
Posting Detail Information
Internal or External Position: External
Appointment Date (mm/dd/yyyy): 01/01/2024
Salary Scale: Faculty Scale – Step 11
Post Date: 10/24/2023
Close Date: 11/24/2023
Open Until Filled: No
Quick Link for Posting: https://jobs-capilanou.peopleadmin.com/postings/6198
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