Sessional - Faculty (ANTH 1210)

Thompson Rivers University

Canada

June 30, 2021

Description

Application Restrictions

Open to both Internal and external

Job Type

Faculty (Sessional)

Posting In effect from

16/6/2021

Closing Application Date

30/6/2021

Applications will be reviewed commencing the closing application date and may continue until the position is filled.

Instructional Type

Academic/Career(max 24 credits)

Anticipated Start Date

7/9/2021

Position End Date (If Applicable)

18/12/2021

DUTIES

TRU's Williams Lake campus is located approximately three hours northwest of Kamloops, in the heart of the scenic Cariboo region, on T'exelcemc territory within the unceded traditional lands of the Secwepemc Nation.

Our small, friendly and close-knit campus community is located within the city of Williams Lake, named in honor of Secwepemc Chief William. Here, you'll enjoy a quiet and affordable lifestyle, with all the amenities of a larger center, and with four seasons of spectacular outdoor adventures in your own beautiful backyard. A region rich in history and a plentiful selection of outdoor activities in untouched wilderness, from fishing one of the 4,500 lakes, hiking to mountain tops, to snowmobiling through fresh powder..

The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Thompson Rivers University, Williams Lake Campus, is inviting applications for a sessional lecturer position in ANTH 1210 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology.

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QUALIFICATIONS

Ph.D in the subject along with evidence of teaching excellence is required

Please Note: If you are selected for interview, External Candidates will be required to bring a copy of their transcripts to the interview

Pay Band

According to TRUFA Salary Schedule

Location

Williams Lake, BC CA (Primary)

# of Hires Needed

1

Organizational Unit

Thompson Rivers University -> Williams Lake Campus -> Anthropology (WL)

Diversity and Inclusion Commitment:

Thompson Rivers University is strongly committed to hiring based on merit with a focus on fostering diversity of thought within our community. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, our faculty and its scholarship including, but not limited to, women, Indigenous, Black and People of Color, persons with disabilities and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, however applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

NOTE: To learn more about Thompson Rivers University or living in Kamloops or Williams Lake please visit our Career website.