||#2013-067 Professor, General Arts & Science
||The incumbent will be responsible for teaching a variety of courses, including composition, literature, critical thinking and sociology in GAS College Transfer and GAS University Transfer programs. The candidate will be expected to participate in curriculum development, especially revising existing courses and creating new courses to emphasize interdisciplinary learning. The candidate should be prepared to play a leadership role in the development and delivery of interdisciplinary materials to create learning opportunities for students. The successful candidate will become part of an active faculty cluster responsible for revisions and developing curriculum, up-dating course outlines, and designing tests and assignments. The successful candidate will also be required to spend time advising students and helping them to adjust to college life while preparing to enter another college program. Teaching may be assigned at the North and Lakeshore campuses.
||An minimum M.A. in a relevant discipline such as sociology or psychology is required, along with a minimum of 3 to 5 years of experience teaching at the college level. The candidate should also be conversant with current educational technologies, including in-class presentation media and BlackBoard. The successful candidate will be required to have: demonstrated curriculum development experience; learning assessment skills; excellent teaching skills adaptable to different instructional settings and student needs; a commitment to student-centered learning; well developed inter-personal skills; the ability to work with students of varied educational and cultural backgrounds; an interest and experience in functioning as a team member; well developed information technology skills.
||All candidates are required to submit a teaching portfolio that includes a statement of the candidate’s teaching philosophy; examples of lesson plans; sample quizzes, tests and other assessment tools including a rubric for grading each one; examples of student assignments including rubrics for grading; other relevant information the candidate selects to demonstrate expertise in student centered education.
||School of Liberal Arts & Sciences
||Associate Dean, Preparatory Programs & Mathematics
||Humber Lakeshore Campus
Humber North Campus
||Academic start salaries are determined by qualifications and years of related experience as detailed in the current Collective Agreement for Academic Employees.
This posting is directed to the College’s internal full-time and partial-load employees. However, external applicants will be considered if necessary. Under the external candidate process, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. We thank all applicants for their interest in this position.
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