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.


Biology

The Bishop’s University Department of Biological Sciences is seeking qualified persons to teach the following undergraduate courses for the upcoming fall and winter semesters:

Fall 2017

BIO196 Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Biology (Tues/Thurs 1-2:30pm)

BIO201 Cellular and Molecular Biology (Wed/Fri 8:30-10am)

BIO233 Human Anatomy (Tues/Thurs 10-11:30am)

BIO336 Animal Physiology 1 (Wed/Fri 8:30-10am)

Winter 2018:

BIO337 Animal Physiology 2 (Wed/Fri 10-11:30am)

BIL337 Animal Physiology 2 lab (2 sections, Mon/Wed 2:30-5:30pm)

Course descriptions can be found online and lecture times are fixed. Candidates should have a PhD in the appropriate field, although a MSc will be considered, and experience in the preparation and teaching of entire courses at the university or cegep level.

Candidates should send their CV’s to the Chair of the dept, Dr Michael Richardson (mrichard@ubishops.ca) no later than June 4th, and should clearly indicate in the subject heading which course/s they are interested in being considered for.


Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry at Bishop's University is seeking candidates for a 10-month sessional appointment in Organic Chemistry. The term of the appointment is from July 1, 2017 to April 30, 2018 and will entail teaching the Organic Chemistry continuum of courses and labs.

Fall 2017

CHM111 - Introductory Organic Chemistry I

CHL111 - Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

CHM311 - Intermediate Organic Chemistry

CHL311 - Intermediate Organic Chemistry Laboratory

Winter 2018

CHM211 - Introductory Organic Chemistry II

CHL211 - Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory II

CHM411 - Advanced Organic Chemistry

CHL300 – Advanced Laboratory Techniques in Organic Chemistry

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.  Bishop’s University is an equal opportunity employer. 

Applications should include a covering letter, curriculum vitae, teaching dossier, and two letters of reference. Applications should be sent to Dr. Dale Wood by e-mail (dwood@ubishops.ca) or at the following address. The deadline for applications is May 31, 2017.

Dr. Dale Wood
Department of Chemistry
Bishop’s University
2600 College Street
Sherbrooke, Quebec
J1M 1Z7


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 Fall 2017 semester:

CHM141 – Analytical Chemistry (3 credit course)

CHL141 – Analytical Chemistry Lab (1 credit lab)

CHL191 – General Chemistry Lab (1 credit lab, 2 sections)

BRS502 – Malt and Malting (3 credit course)

BRS504 – Yeast and Bacteria (3 credit course)

Remuneration is $7768.62 for a 3 credit course and $3884.31 for a one credit lab. Travel and marking expenses are provided where appropriate.

These courses will be allocated 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 are requested to submit full applications by e-mail (cover letter, curriculum vitae, and 2 letters of reference) to: Dr. Dale Wood (dwood@ubishops.ca) by June 15, 2017.


Computer Science

Undergraduate Computer Science

In accordance with Article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for undergraduate courses that are available for the 2017-18 academic year.

Fall 2017

CS 317:  Design and Analysis of Algorithms (one 3-credit course) 
CS 214:  Introduction to Networks (one 3-credit course)
CS 230:  Developing Mobile Apps (one 3-credit course)  
CSL 230:  Developing Mobile Apps Laboratory (1-credit lab course)  

Winter 2018

CS 321:  Advanced Programming Techniques (one 3-credit course)
CSL 321:  Advanced Programming Techniques Laboratory (1-credit lab course)  
CS 325: Computer and Network Security (one 3-credit course)
CS 316: Artificial Intelligence (one 3-credit course)

The official course descriptions can be found in the Academic Calendar at:

 

http://www.ubishops.ca/wp-content/uploads/BU-Academic-Calendar-2016-17-REV-Aug-31-1.pdf

The 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. 

This competition will close on Friday, June 9, 2017. Interested candidates are requested to forward applications to:

Chair, Department of Computer Science
Bishop's University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, QC  J1M 1Z7
Telephone 822-9600 ext. 2441
Email:
lbentabe@ubishops.ca 


Graduate Computer Science

In accordance with Article 6.2.3 (a,b,c) of the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement, applications are invited for undergraduate courses that are available for the 2017-18 academic year.

Fall 2017

CS 503: Data Visualization (one 3-credit course). The course explores analytical methods paired with appropriate visualizations for automated and human-assisted analysis for data sets. Several visualization techniques allowing to present data to an observer in a way that yields insight and understanding will be investigated. These big data analysis and visualization techniques are applied to data sets from a wide variety of scientific domains such as biology, physics, engineering, and medicine. The analysis and visualization methods will be illustrated through concrete examples.

CS 504:  Programming Languages for Data Analysis (one 3-credit course). In this course students will be introduces to the most popular languages and software environments used in statistical computing and visualization. The course will involve significant programming projects in SAS, Weka, R and Python.

Winter 2018

 

CS 512:  Computer Game Design (one 3-credit course). This course will explore the theory and practice of video game design and programming. Students will learn the basic concepts and techniques for the design and development of digital games. The topics covered in this course will include the history and taxonomy of video games, the basic building blocks of a game, computer graphics and programming, user interface and interaction design, and the software architecture for video games. Students are expected to prepare a research paper during the course, or pursue a larger applied project.


CS 515: Concurrent and Real-Time Analysis (one 3-credit course),
This course provides an introduction to a process algebra such as CSP. It then uses this language for the specification, analysis, and verification of concurrent and real-time systems. Finally, the course presents the use of such a process algebra as a formal method for concurrency at different stages in the development process.

 

The 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. 

This competition will close on Friday, June 9, 2017. Interested candidates are requested to forward applications to:

Chair, Department of Computer Science
Bishop's University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, QC  J1M 1Z7
Telephone 822-9600 ext. 2441
Email:
lbentabe@ubishops.ca 


English

ENG253
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 2018 Winter semester:

ENG253 English Canadian Literature from the First World War to the Present

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 May 23, 2017.

 

ENG256
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 2018 Winter semester:

ENG256 The Early Twentieth-Century American Novel

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 May 23, 2017.


History

Fall 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 Fall 2017 session:

HIS 244 Europe from the Black Death to the Wars of Religion*

* Please note that the current calendar for 2016-17 shows this course as HIS 363 Europe in Crisis. Code and Title change effective for forthcoming 2017-18 calendar

HIS 283 A History of Chinese Civilization

These courses 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. Interested candidates are requested to send applications by e-mail (cover letter, curriculum vitae, any other materials required to demonstrate that they have the necessary expertise to teach the course) to the department chair, Dr. Cristian Berco (cberco@ubishops.ca), by Thursday June 1, 2017.


Winter 2018

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 Winter 2018 session:

HIS 253 A History of Medieval Europe

HIS 284 History of Modern China

These courses 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 are provided where appropriate. Interested candidates are requested to send applications by e-mail (cover letter, curriculum vitae, any other materials required to demonstrate that they have the necessary expertise to teach the course) to the department chair, Dr. Cristian Berco (cberco@ubishops.ca), by Thursday June 1, 2017.


Philosophy

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 2017-18 Fall and Winter Semesters:

Fall 2017

PHI 103 But How Do You Know?
(MW 14:30, NOR 127)

Winter 2018

PHI 349 Topics in Feminist Philosophy
(W 19:00)

Remuneration for a three-credit course is 7768.62 with travel and marking expenses provided where appropriate.

These courses will be allocated in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement.

Contract Faculty members who have seniority points may simply submit a letter of application via e-mail. Other candidates are asked to submit a full application by (cover letter, curriculum vitae) by e-mail to: Dr. Jamie Crooks (jcrooks@ubishops.ca), Chair, Philosophy Department, by June 15, 2017.


Politics and International Studies

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 Fall 2017 and Winter 2018 sessions:

FALL 2017

POL 338 – International Law and Human Rights
Day: Monday and Wednesday; Time: 14:30; Room: TBA

WINTER 2018

POL 345 – Introduction to Public International Law
Day: TBA; Time: TBA; Room: TBA

The official course descriptions can be found in the Academic Calendar.

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, 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, June 16, 2017.


Religion

Posting for Winter 2018

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 Winter 2018 semester:

REL 125 Buddhism: The Middle Way

This course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for the course is $ 7,768.62, with travel expenses provided where appropriate.

Interested candidates are requested to send their applications (preferably by e-mail) to:

Dr. Daniel Miller
Chair, Department of Religion
Bishop’s University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, Quebec  
J1M 1Z7
Tel.: (819) 822-9600 ext. 2378  

dmiller@ubishops.ca

The deadline for applications is May 31, 2017.


Posting for Fall 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 Fall 2017 semester:

REL 127 Islam: Submission to Allah

This course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for the course is $ 7,768.62, with travel expenses provided where appropriate.

Interested candidates are requested to send their applications (preferably by e-mail) to:

Dr. Daniel Miller
Chair, Department of Religion
Bishop’s University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, Quebec  
J1M 1Z7
Tel.: (819) 822-9600 ext. 2378  

dmiller@ubishops.ca

The deadline for applications is May 31, 2017.


Posting for Fall 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 Fall 2017 semester:

REL 135 The World of the New Testament

This course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for the course is $ 7,768.62, with travel expenses provided where appropriate.

Interested candidates are requested to send their applications (preferably by e-mail) to:

Dr. Daniel Miller
Chair, Department of Religion
Bishop’s University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, Quebec  
J1M 1Z7
Tel.: (819) 822-9600 ext. 2378  

dmiller@ubishops.ca

The deadline for applications is May 31, 2017.


Posting for Winter 2018

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 Winter 2018 semester:

REL 204 Women in Religion

This course will be allotted in accordance with the Contract Faculty Collective Agreement. Remuneration for the course is $ 7,768.62, with travel expenses provided where appropriate.

Interested candidates are requested to send their applications (preferably by e-mail) to:

Dr. Daniel Miller
Chair, Department of Religion
Bishop’s University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, Quebec  
J1M 1Z7
Tel.: (819) 822-9600 ext. 2378  

dmiller@ubishops.ca

The deadline for applications is May 31, 2017.


Williams School of Business

Williams School of Business

Fall 2017 Contract Courses

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 Fall 2017 semester:

BAC 331 TAXATION I – on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 – 11:30

BAC 340 AUDITING: SYSTEMS AND CONTROL – on Mondays from 8:30 – 11:30

BFN 100 BASIC FINANCE - on Mondays from 8:30 – 11:30

BFN 335 TOPICS IN FINANCE I - on Mondays from 19:00 – 22:00

BFN 356 SEED PORTFOLIO (Fall and Winter semester) – on Tuesdays from 19:00 – 22:00

BMG 214 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP: NEW VENTURE CREATION – on Mondays from 19:00 – 22:00

BMG 230 BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS - on Mondays from 8:30 – 11:30

BMG 324 MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION (pro bono) - on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 – 13:00

BMG 311 BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT – on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 12:30 – 13:30 for section 1

BMA 140 Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions I (2 sections) - on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 11:30 – 12:30 for section 2 and from 12:30 – 13:30 for section 1

BMA 141 Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions II - on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 17:30 – 19:00

BMK 323 MARKETING COMMUNICATION – on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 16:00 – 17:30

BMK 340 PRODUCT STRATEGY AND INNOVATION – on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30-13:00

 

These 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.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Applicants must also be legally eligible to work in Canada. 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.

Interested candidates are requested to forward applications by email to Dr. Robert Palmer, Chair Williams School of Business by June 4, 2017 at rpalmer@ubishops.ca

Dr. Robert Palmer
Chair
Williams School of Business
Bishop's University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, QC  J1M 1Z7


Williams School of Business

Winter 2018 Contract Courses

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 Winter 2018 semester:

BAC 121 PURPOSES OF ACCOUNTING  

BAC 332 TAXATION II

BAC 341 AUDITING: THE PROCESS

BFN 100 BASIC FINANCE

BFN 352 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management

BMA 140 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS I

BMA 141 Statistical Analysis for Business Decisions II

BMG 214 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP: NEW VENTURE CREATION

BMG 311 BUSINESS POLICY AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

BMG 322 CHANGE MANAGEMENT  

BMK 381 MARKETING POLICIES

These 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.

In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Applicants must also be legally eligible to work in Canada. 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.

Interested candidates are requested to forward applications by email to Dr. Robert Palmer, Chair Williams School of Business by June 4, 2017 at
rpalmer@ubishops.ca

Dr. Robert Palmer
Chair
Williams School of Business
Bishop's University
2600 College St.
Sherbrooke, QC  J1M 1Z7