Academic Teaching Staff (Ats) Agreement

Resources for senior and executives to assist in the implementation of collective agreements and manuals. The University of Winnipeg supports justice, diversity and inclusion and recognizes that a wide range of personal/faculty benefits exploit and enrich the work, learning and research environment and is essential to academic and institutional excellence. We welcome the nominations of all qualified individuals and encourage women, members of racist communities, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and people of any sexual orientation or gender identity to identify themselves confidentially at the time of application. All qualified candidates are invited to apply; however, priority is given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Please submit a cover letter out which indicates your expertise, level of education, resume, and the names and telephone numbers of three references (academic and/or professional) that are familiar with your academic and/or professional teaching experience. Interested applicants must have at least a master`s degree (preferably doctoral) in Native, Indigenous Studies or equivalent studies and have professional experience in the field of training to be considered qualified. The teaching experience is strongly favoured. Individuals who have in the past served as part-time teachers with evaluation, if any, will be fully considered. Applicants who have, as far as possible, a doctorate or equivalent professional qualification are preferred to consider when nominating them. The faculty takes into account past teaching, research and work experiences in Aboriginal communities and agencies as relevant qualifications.

The Faculty of Native Studies receives applications for part-time temporary courses for the spring semester of 2019. Note: Applicants must submit their CV and all other proofs online by clicking on the “Candidate” button below. When presenting your CV, please indicate which position/course/course you are applying for. Please note that all items are subject to final budget approval. The reserved organization is required if there is sufficient registration to offer the course. Other positions may be available (www.northstarats.com/University-of-Winnipeg). For more information, please contact Division Head Dr. Simon Liao at s.liao@uwinnipeg.ca.

The offer of courses depends on proper registration and proper budget approval. Human Resource Services HR Business Services Email: employmentservices@ualberta.ca salary will be consistent with the experience of the Academic Teaching Staff (ATS) agreement. E-mail: gsa.vplabour@ualberta.ca We are looking for trainers for the following courses: The Faculty of Native Studies (NSF) is dedicated to understanding the historical and contemporary relationships between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in Canada, with respect to indigenous societies and cultures developing locally, nationally and internationally. The faculty is a graduate of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students with bachelor`s degrees in Native Studies, Native Studies and Education, Native Studies and Environmental Science. The faculty also offers a master of arts in native studies and three certificate programs: the Aboriginal Governance and Partnership (integrated with Degree), the Aboriginal Governance and Partnership (not integrated) and the Aboriginal Sport and Recreation (dec.) We thank all candidates for their interest, but only successful candidates are contacted.

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