Saint Paul University is a Catholic, bilingual institution of higher learning that is federated with the University of Ottawa. It seeks to promote excellence in teaching, research and professional training at the international, national and local level.
The Faculty of Human Sciences at Saint Paul University invites applications for a tenure-track position as assistant, associate or full professor at the Élisabeth Bruyère School of Social Innovation.
Duties of the position:
- Teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels
- Support students who are launching social innovation projects
- Supervise master’s and doctoral students
- Serve on various faculty and University committees, including attending faculty council meetings
- Take a leading role in developing teaching and research within our institution
- Pursue a research and publishing program
- Doctorate in administration (preferred: a concentration or specialization in social innovation/social economy and solidarity/critical studies in management) or any equivalent area of specialization
- Practical experience in not-for-profit organizations, foundations, cooperatives or social enterprises would be an asset
- Ability to teach about finance, accounting, project management, organizational studies, labour relations
- Ability to mentor students in project management in relation to the social and solidarity economy
- Expertise in critical and anti-oppressive perspectives would be an asset
- Strong publication record
- High potential for developing research programs and publications related to social innovation
- Excellent teaching dossier and development of new courses
- Bilingualism: advanced comprehension, written and oral, of English and French. The successful applicant must teach in both languages.
Salary and promotion based on experience and the collective agreement
Rank will be determined based on experience, the collective agreement and policies that are in effect.
START DATE: July 1, 2020
APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 15, 2020, or until the position is filled
The application must include a cover letter, a curriculum vitae, three sample publications, as well as the names of three people who can provide references upon request: two from the academic sector and one from the social innovation or social economy sector.
All qualified persons are invited to apply; however, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. We strongly encourage women, Indigenous persons, people with disabilities and members of racialized communities to apply.
Interested persons are asked to send their application by email to:
Dean Lorraine Ste-Marie, D. Min.
Faculties of Human Sciences and Philosophy
Saint Paul University
223 Main Street