June 16, 2024

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Professor of English Language Teaching (Hearst University)

Professor of English Language Teaching (Hearst University)

Hearst University is seeking a Professor responsible for teaching English.


Candidate Profile

As part of their duties, the successful candidate will be required to provide English courses to students in undergraduate courses.

The person hired must demonstrate versatility in offering a variety of courses to teach. For example, here are some of the courses offered in the coming year as part of this position:

  • language and written communication; And
  • Business communication.

The post of Teaching Professor involves delivery of 8 courses of 3 credits each in block mode equal to 24 credits.

More specifically, the candidate must:

  • Must have a master's or doctoral degree in a field such as English teaching, English literature, English linguistics or translation;
  • Relevant experience teaching English at the college or university level;
  • Demonstrate excellent command of the French language both orally and in writing;
  • It has the ability to offer courses from time to time on various themes related to human and social issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Desired Skills

  • Be comfortable in an environment of active teaching;
  • Integrating technology-based teaching and experiential learning activities into its practice;
  • communicating effectively and encouraging active listening;
  • Knows how to plan and organize;
  • encourage teamwork;
  • Adaptation will be easy.

Your working conditions
Working environment

  • Standard office environment including standard IT technologies and use of video conferencing;
  • All courses at Hearst University are limited to 25 students.
  • People are invited to teach in different campuses. Therefore, possession of a driving license and access to a vehicle for traveling between the institution's three campuses is strongly recommended.

Salary

  • Working conditions are defined by the applicable collective agreement and the annual salary varies between $68,413 and $122,312.
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Workplace

  • The university defines the residential campus as the place where the member permanently works: Hearst, Kapuskasing or Timmins, depending on the elector's preference and the availability of offices on campus.

Type of employment

  • The duration of a full-time contract is usually 23 months, with the possibility of moving to permanent employment. The teaching load includes offering eight three-credit courses per academic year between the fall, winter, and spring semesters. Other responsibilities include activities related to research and development, support to administrative functions, and community services.

input function

  • August 1, 2024 will return to school in anticipation of Fall 2024.

Benefits of working at Hearst University

  • organization at the human scale;
  • a work environment that values ​​diversity and inclusion;
  • flexibility in one's work/personal and professional life balance;
  • Be part of a motivated and committed team;
  • Contribute to the initiatives of the institution;
  • 9% of annual salary as competitive benefits and pension contribution;
  • reduced tuition fees for employees and their immediate family members;
  • The period from December 23 to January 3 plus two months of summer vacation plus eight days of statutory holidays.

We invite you to send your curriculum vitae and cover letter in French to [email protected] in PDF format indicating competition number 2024-03. March 1 not later than 4 p.m.

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Hearst University subscribes to statutory employment requirements and is committed to diversity, equity, fairness and inclusion in its community and in its hiring processes. Hearst University encourages all qualified individuals to apply. Applicants requiring accommodation measures are requested to indicate this while submitting their application. Canadians and permanent residents are given priority in the hiring process.

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We will only contact successful applicants. Only applications and cover letters in French will be accepted.