Academic Employment

Bishop's University welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified men and women, including aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minorities. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Canadians and permanent residents should indicate their citizenship status in their application. Bishop's University is an equal opportunity employer.


Economics

Spring 2017 Contract Course

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for the following courses to be offered during the Spring 2017 session:

ECO109a: ECONOMIC POLICY

The course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for each three-credit course is $7768.62 with travel and marking expenses provided where appropriate.

Contract faculty members who have seniority points may simply submit a letter of interest via e-mail. Other candidates should submit full applications by e-mail (covering letter, curriculum vitae, and any other materials required to demonstrate that they have the necessary expertise to teach the course) to Dr. Marianne Vigneault (mvigneau@ubishops.ca) by Monday, March 6, 2017.

Dr. Marianne Vigneault
Department of Economics
Bishop’s University
2600 College Street
Sherbrooke, Quebec
J1M 1Z7

mvigneau@ubishops.ca


English

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for courses that are available for the 2017 Spring semester:

ENG210 Children's Literature

The course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for each three-credit course is $7768.62 with travel and marking expenses provided where appropriate.

Contract faculty members who have seniority points may simply submit by email a letter of interest. A syllabus and other supporting documentation is strongly encouraged. Other candidates are requested to send applications by email to the divisional secretary for the English Department, Monique Lafaille, mlafaill@UBishops.ca. Applications must be submitted no later than February 9, 2017. Enrollment is approx. 50 students.


Environmental Studies & Geography

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for the following courses to be offered during the following sessions:

Spring 2017

ESG 264 Outdoor Recreation

To be taught as an intensive three-week format between May 8 and 29, 2017, M-T-W-TH 1-4pm, with some days extending beyond 4pm for extended field trips.

Course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Contract faculty members who have seniority points may simply submit a letter of interest. Contract faculty members no seniority points and external applicants should supply a cover letter, CV, names of three referees, and any additional information they consider necessary. Please clearly indicate whether you are an INTERNAL or EXTERNAL applicant on your cover letter. Remuneration is $7768.62 with travel and marking expenses provided where appropriate.

Applications will be received until the position is filled. Only those applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted. Please apply to:

Jean Porter, Divisional Secretary
Department of Environment and Geography
Bishop’s University
2600 College Street
Sherbrooke, Quebec J1M 1Z7

Applications can be submitted electronically to jporter@ubishops.ca. Please direct any queries to: Dr. Thomas Fletcher, Chair of Environment and Geography tfletche@ubishops.ca.


Fine Arts

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a, b, c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for courses that are available for the Spring 2017 semester:

Lennoxville:

FIS 170a01 - Sculpture I MW  9:00-12:00  MOL013     

FIN 222a01 - Art Therapy TTH  1:00-4:00  MOL106

Knowlton:

FIS 185a17 - Landscape Drawing and Painting TTH 1:30- 4:30
FIS 176a17 - Collage MW 9:30-12:30

Courses will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for each three-credit course is $7768.62 with travel and marking expenses provided where appropriate. The six week semester commences the week of May, 8, 2017.

Contract faculty members who have seniority points may simply submit by email a letter of interest. Other candidates are requested to send applications by email (jbenson@ubishops.ca) to the department chair, Dr. Jim Benson. Applications must be submitted no later than February 10, 2017.


ML-Japanese Studies Section

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for the following course to be offered during the Spring 2017 session:

JSE 101 Introduction to Japanese Language I

This course will be allocated in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for a three-credit course is $7768.62 with travel and marking expenses provided where appropriate. Contract faculty members who have seniority points may simply submit by e-mail a letter of interest. Other candidates are requested to send applications by e-mail (covering letter, curriculum vitae, teaching evaluations and any other materials required to demonstrate that they have the necessary expertise to teach the course) to the department chair, Dr. Jordan Tronsgard, by Thursday February 9, 2017.

Dr. Jordan Tronsgard
Chair, Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
jtronsga@ubishops.ca


Physics

Spring 2017

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for courses that are available for the Spring 2017 session. The course to be taught is Physics 113 (Introduction to Astronomy).

The course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for each three-credit course is $7768.62 with travel and marking expenses provided where appropriate.

This competition will close Monday, February 6, 2017. Interested candidates are requested to forward applications to:

Chair, Department of Physics
Bishop's University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, QC  J1M 1Z7
Telephone 822-9600 ext. 2372
Email: lnelson@ubishops.ca


Politics and International Studies

Spring 2017

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for the following course to be offered during the Spring 2017 session:

POL 140 – Introduction to International Relations

The course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement.

Contract faculty members who have seniority points may simply submit a letter of interest via e-mail. Other candidates should submit full applications by e-mail (covering letter, curriculum vitae, and any other materials required to demonstrate that they have the necessary expertise to teach the course) to: Dr. Trygve Ugland (tugland@ubishops.ca), Chair, Department of Politics and International Studies, by Friday, February 24, 2017.


Sociology

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a, b, c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, the Department of Sociology is seeking part time instructors to teach the following courses in the Spring 2017 semester. The session dates are from May 8 to June 16th:

SOC100 Sociological Imagination:  Monday and Wednesday from 1 to 4PM

SOC129 Sociology of Sex and Gender: Tuesday and Thursday from 1 to 4PM

The courses will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Interested candidates should email their applications to the departmental chairperson, Dr. Cheryl Gosselin (cgosseli@ubishops.ca) by February 15, 2017. Please note that only candidates selected will be contacted.


Sports Studies Program

The Sports Studies Program at Bishop’s University (Sherbrooke, Québec) invites applications for a tenure-stream position at the rank of Assistant Professor, starting July 1, 2017. Applicants must possess a Ph.D. in exercise physiology or a relevant discipline. The successful candidate will have demonstrated expertise to deliver undergraduate courses in exercise physiology, fitness assessment and training prescription, exercise and health, and athletic development. The successful candidate will also possess a research profile in an area of sports studies, including peer reviewed publication(s). Bilingualism (English/French) will be an asset.

Bishop’s University provides a sound and liberal education to its students. Located on a beautiful campus in the scenic Eastern Townships of Québec, it has a student body of 2400 full-time students and prides itself on teaching excellence and small classes.

Applicants should provide a letter of intent, curriculum vitae, selected publications, a teaching dossier (including a statement of teaching philosophy and evidence of teaching experience and effectiveness), and three letters of reference. For more information, applicants may contact Dr. Maxime Trempe, Chair of the Sports Studies program (mtrempe@ubishops.ca).

Applications should be sent to:

Monetta Gallichon
Divisional Secretary, Social Science
Bishop's University
2600 College St., Sherbrooke, J1M 1Z7
monetta.gallichon@ubishops.ca

Review of applications will begin on March 15, 2017

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements; priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. Bishop’s University is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, aboriginal people, people with disabilities and visible minorities.


Spring 2017

In accordance with article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for the following courses to be offered during the Spring 2017 session:

SPO 301 – Athletes and Society

EXS 328 – Injury Prevention and Treatment in Sports

SPO 406 – Special Topics in Sports Studies*

* The theme selected by the Sports Studies Program Committee for this version of SPO 406 is “Preparation for a Personal Trainer Certification.” The applicants must therefore demonstrate they possess the expertise to prepare students to pass the CSEP examination and/or NSCA and/or equivalent. Work experience in a high performance environment will be considered an asset.

The courses will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement.

Contract faculty members who have seniority points may simply submit a letter of interest via e-mail. Other candidates should submit full applications by e-mail (covering letter, curriculum vitae, a teaching dossier, and any other materials required to demonstrate that they have the necessary expertise to teach the course) to: Dr. Maxime Trempe (mtrempe@ubishops.ca), Chair, Sports Studies program, by Friday, February 24, 2017.