Part-time teaching positions for Summer 2018
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Thursday, February 15, 2018
The February posting for part-time faculty is available – a hard copy version is posted in the department. All available part-time faculty positions across the university for Summer 2018 will be accessible to download on the Job Opportunities page of the Concordia University Human Resources site. You can use the search tool “Ctrl + F” and enter “Creative Arts Therapies” to find positions specific to our department.
Current Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association (CUPFA) members and external applicants interested in applying to teach in the Creative Arts Therapies department can submit:
- An online application, by logging into the Faculty Resource Information System (FRIS) at: https://fris.concordia.ca and submitting their application no later than 11:59 PM on February 15, 2018. You can upload your c.v. and separate documentation demonstrating your qualifications in that area if you are applying for a course that you have not taught at Concordia before. A hard copy of the application must also be submitted to the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association (CUPFA) at 2150 Bishop, S-K 310. Please direct all questions about the online application process to email@example.com .
- A paper application, by completing a paper copy of the Appendix H Application Form available here, and submitting it to each department listed therein no later than 5:00 PM on February 15, 2018. Include your c.v. and separate documentation demonstrating your qualifications in that area if you are applying for a course that you have not taught at Concordia before. A hard copy of the application must also be submitted to the Concordia University Part-Time Faculty Association (CUPFA) at 2150 Bishop, S-K 310. Visit www.cupfa.org for pointers and tips to completing the application form.
As specified in Article 10.01 a) of the CUPFA Collective Agreement:
"Only applicants who are defined as Canadian per the definition below at the time of application for a part-time contract shall be given consideration by the PTHC.
'Canadian' means a person who is a citizen of Canada, or who on the date of application for a part-time contract at Concordia University is a permanent resident, or holds a ministerial permit as a consequence of being a refugee or being prohibited from applying for permanent resident status.
Non-Canadians shall only be eligible to receive Reserve Courses as per Article 10.24, and therefore shall be classified as Adjuncts or Graduate Students."
Still have questions? Please contact the department at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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