Saint Paul University, a Catholic, bilingual institution of higher learning federated with the University of Ottawa, seeks to promote excellence in teaching, research and professional formation at the international, national and local levels.
The Providence School of Transformative Leadership and Spirituality in the Faculty of Human Sciences is seeking an assistant or associate professor in a tenure-track position.
The successful candidate will support teaching and graduate student supervision in the School while maintaining an independent program of research. While the field of research specialization is open, the successful candidate’s expertise should complement existing expertise held in the School.
Nature of the Position:
- Theoretical and practice-based teaching
- Engagement with Continuing education programs
- Interdisciplinary research and scholarship
- Administrative tasks, faculty and community engagement
- Participation in meetings of Faculty Council and various committees at the Faculty and University levels
- A doctorate in Leadership Studies or a leadership focus in a related field, e.g. education, spirituality, interpersonal and group dynamics
- Demonstrated experience in spirituality and transformative learning and the practices of leadership
- Experience in teaching, mentoring and coaching students
- Evidence of an independent program of research or demonstrated potential to develop one
- Openness to diversity in spirituality
- Bilingualism (comprehension/written/oral): must demonstrate ability to offer courses in French and English.
- Salary and promotion based on experience and the collective agreement
- Rank will be determined based on experience, the collective agreement and the policies in effect.
STARTING DATE: July 1, 2020
APPLICATION DEADLINE: March 15, 2020, or until the position is filled
This announcement is directed primarily but not exclusively to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. Saint Paul University encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including women, members of visible and ethnic minorities, native peoples, and persons with disabilities.
Those interested are invited to send their curriculum vitae, the names of three persons who can provide references upon request, and three samples of their publications to:
Lorraine Ste-Marie, DMin
Saint Paul University
223 Main St. Ottawa (ON) K1S 1C4 ustpaul.ca