Kwantlen, B.C., permanent instructor, full-time, philosophy
Dec 01, 2021 → Jan 11, 2022
Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) is the fourth largest university in the province of British Columbia and serves communities in the South Fraser region and beyond.
A leader in innovative, interdisciplinary education with a teaching-focused mandate, KPU offers all learners opportunities to achieve the highest standards of academic performance.
Our many programs of study provide applied learning and broad-based university education.
The Philosophy Department at Kwantlen Polytechnic University invites applications for a full-time (100%), continuing faculty position beginning May 1, 2022.
This position involves teaching 4 courses in the Summer semester (May-Aug), and 4 courses in the Fall semester (Sept-Dec).
More information concerning the working conditions for a faculty member are outlined in Article 12 of the Kwantlen Faculty Association (KFA) Collective Agreement.
• A Ph.D (or equivalent) is preferred, although applicants in the final stages of their dissertations will also be considered.
• Successful applicants will provide evidence of research potential as well as teaching excellence.
• The area of specialization is open. Area of competence (AOC) is also open.
Within KPU, the Faculty of Arts has over 6000 full-time students and over 300 faculty members from across the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The Faculty of Arts includes 19 departments and 21 programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The Faculty is also home to two Canada Research Chairs:
the first in Lifespan Cognition, and the second in South Asian Literary and Cultural Studies. Many of our programs offer opportunities for experiential education through practicums,
co-ops, international field-schools and exchanges, service learning, community engagement, and research collaborations. For more information about the Faculty of Arts,
please visit our website at: website
Surrey, Richmond, and Langley BC
How to apply:
A complete application includes a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of undergraduate teaching success (including course
syllabi/outlines and course evaluations), and a list of three professional references able to comment on your teaching ability and academic accomplishments.
Apply by January 10th.