The School of Criminology is inviting applications for one continuing faculty position at the rank of Lecturer to start July 15, 2021.
DUTIES: To undertake teaching (at the undergraduate level) and service in the School of Criminology including the development and delivery of courses online as well as traditional formats.
The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. in Criminology or a related discipline, completed by the employment start date or shortly thereafter, and demonstrate evidence of teaching effectiveness and experience with and/or understanding of inclusive teaching, mentoring, and meeting the needs of equity-deserving students. The area of specialization is criminal justice. Preference will be given to applicants with a specialization in one or more of the main criminal justice areas, including policing, courts and corrections. Applicants with the ability to teach in the area of criminology theory would be considered an asset. Ideal candidates will have experience teaching and developing undergraduate criminology curricula and be prepared to assist with the School’s development of innovative and inclusive course delivery options to provide alternatives to traditional ‘face-to-face’ classroom experiences, including online and other learning environments and settings. This is an entry-level position. Only those holding or those eligible to be appointed to the rank will be considered. The position is subject to the availability of funding.
Review of applications will begin March 15, 2021.
Applications will be treated in confidence. All applications should include a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and teaching portfolio/dossier that pays particular attention to any experience with/engagement with/understanding of inclusive approaches to student engagement and curriculum development. Names and contact information of three references, and a writing sample must also be provided. We seek a colleague whose professional track record illustrates our shared values of equity and inclusion, and a commitment to respectful interactions with students, faculty and staff. All applications should be sent to email@example.com. Please contact David MacAlister, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
The School has a well-established undergraduate program with over 900 majors and minors. It also offers graduate programs leading to the degrees of M.A. and Ph.D. There are exceptional research opportunities which include access to key research centres and institutes including the International Cyber-Crime Research Centre, the Institute for Canadian Urban Research Studies, the Mental Health, Law and Policy Institute, the Centre for Forensic Research, the Centre for Restorative Justice, the Institute on Violence, Terrorism and Security, and the FREDA Centre for Feminist Research, Education, Development and Action. The faculty is multi-disciplinary and, at present, consists of 30 regular full-time members.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
Simon Fraser University is an institution whose strength is based on our shared commitments to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Diversity is an underlying principle of our Strategic Vision, which pledges SFU to "foster a culture of inclusion and mutual respect, celebrating the diversity reflected among its students, faculty, staff, and our community." SFU is committed to ensuring that no individual is denied access to employment opportunities for reasons unrelated to ability or qualifications. Consistent with this principle, SFU will advance the interests of underrepresented members of the work force, specifically Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, racialized persons, and women; embrace gender and sexual diversity; ensure that equal opportunity is afforded to all who seek employment at the University; and treat all employees equitably. Candidates that belong to underrepresented groups are particularly encouraged to apply. We acknowledge the Squamish, Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, Katzie and Kwikwetlem peoples, on whose traditional territories Simon Fraser University’s three campuses stand. By recognizing the Unceded Traditional Coast Salish territories, we aspire to create a space for reconciliation through dialogue and decolonizing practices.
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