Department of English - Contract Lecturer Position: ENGL 1117 WAO - Winter 2025

Date Posted:  July 18, 2024
Application Deadline:  August 2, 2024

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of English

Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, (on campus), invites applications for a Contract Lecturer in the Department of English.   Applications are requested to teach:

1)    ENGL/MDST 1117 WAO: Introduction to Popular Culture
An introduction to the critical study of popular culture, considering definitions of "the popular" and how popular movements, genres, and subcultures emerge and develop. Popular culture theories and their applications will be covered; a variety of cultural texts will be analyzed.
Start Date/Duration:  Winter Term:  January 1 to April 30, 2025;  Tuesday/Thursday, 11:30am-1:00pm

Qualifications Preferred:     Ph. D. (English or Media Studies); experience teaching literature and/or cultural studies at the university level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply. Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation. Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact Dr. Anna Guttman. Detailed information on the Social Sciences and Humanities/ Department of English and our programs is available at: https://www.lakeheadu.ca/programs/departments/english

Review of applications will begin on August 3, 2024, and will continue until the position is filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package.  We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:
Department of English
Lakehead University
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1
Attn: Dr. Anna Guttman, Chair
E-mail:  aguttman@lakeheadu.ca

Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires. We encourage candidates to self-identify, if you are from an under-represented group, and prefer candidates with the knowledge, competencies and relationships derived from lived experience. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

This position is subject to budgetary approval.

Department of English: Contract Lecturer Position: ENGL 1015 WBO - 2025 Winter term

Date Posted:  July 18, 2024
Application Deadline:  August 2, 2024

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of English

Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, (on campus), invites applications for a Contract Lecturer in the Department of English.  Applications are requested to teach:

1)    ENGL 1015 WBO:  Introduction to Academic Writing  
An introduction to university-level standards of composition, revision, editing, research, and documentation. A review of English grammar (word and sentence level) and rhetorical forms (paragraph level and beyond), and a study of the methods and conventions of academic argumentation and research, with an emphasis on finding and evaluating sources, formulating research questions, developing arguments, and composing various types of analyses including academic essays.

Start Date/Duration: Winter Term – January 1 – April 30, 2025, Monday/Wednesday 2:30pm-4:00pm            

Qualifications Preferred:  Ph. D. (English); experience teaching writing at the university level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply. Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation. Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact Dr. Anna Guttman, Chair, Department of English. Detailed information on the Social Sciences and Humanities/ Department of English and our programs is available at: https://www.lakeheadu.ca/programs/departments/english

Review of applications will begin on August 3, 2024 and will continue until the position is filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package.  We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:
Department of English
Lakehead University
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1
Attn: Dr. Anna Guttman, Chair
Email: aguttman@lakeheadu.ca

Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires. We encourage candidates to self-identify, if you are from an under-represented group, and prefer candidates with the knowledge, competencies and relationships derived from lived experience. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

This position is subject to budgetary approval.

Department of interdisciplinary Studies: Contract Lecturer Position: INTD 4822 YAO - Fall/Winter 2024-2025

Date posted:  July 18, 2024
Application Deadline:  July 24, 2024

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, invites applications for a Contract Lecturer in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Applications are requested to teach:

INTD 4822 YAO – Capstone Research Human Nature (Year) (on campus)
(Friday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm)
Students will engage advanced theoretical concepts in human nature, and employ interdisciplinary research methodologies in the area. Topics covered will vary according to the research expertise of the course instructor or instructors.
Start Date/Duration:   Year term:  September 1, 2024 – April 30, 2025                                          

Please note:  This schedule is tentative and subject to change.  Instructors should refer to the online timetable prior to the start of classes.

Location:      Orillia
                     No travel allowance shall be payable.

Qualifications Preferred:  PhD with teaching experience at the post-secondary level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification (e.g., ABD doctoral students), but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply. The candidates should have an active interest in the concentration area associated with the specific course for which they are applying (Social Justice, Human Nature, Environment in Politics and Culture, or International Conflict and Human Rights). Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation. Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact oris@lakeheadu.ca. Detailed information on the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and our programs is available at: Department of Interdisciplinary Studies.

Review of applications will begin on July 25, 2024 and will continue until the position is filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package.  We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
Lakehead University
500 University Ave.
Orillia, Ontario  L3V 0B9
Attn: Dr. Jennifer Jarman, Chair
E-mail:  oris@lakeheadu.ca


Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

This position is subject to budgetary approval.

Department of interdisciplinary Studies: Contract Lecturer Position: INTD 3012 WAO - Winter 2025

Date Posted:  July 18, 2024
Application Deadline: July 24, 2024

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, invites applications for a Contract Lecturer in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Applications are requested to teach:

INTD 3012 WAO – Topics in Human Nature (Winter) (on campus)
(Tuesday and Thursday 11:30 am – 1:00 pm)
In a collaborative setting, students will apply appropriate methodologies to address complex, interdisciplinary problems in selected areas of human nature. Topics may include consciousness, emotional expression, gift giving, property rights, and violence.
Start Date/Duration:          January 1- April 30, 2025

Please note:  days and times of courses to be determined.
Please note:  This schedule is tentative and subject to change.  Instructors should refer to the online timetable prior to the start of classes.
Location:     Orillia
                     No travel allowance shall be payable

Qualifications Preferred:  PhD  with teaching experience at the post secondary level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification (e.g., ABD doctoral students), but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply. The candidates should have an active interest in the concentration area associated with the specific course for which they are applying (Social Justice, Human Nature, Environment in Politics and Culture, or International Conflict and Human Rights) and their PhD and/or research should be in a discipline associated with the concentration. These are Social Justice (Criminology, English, Gender and Women's Studies, Media, Film, and Communications, Political Science, Sociology or cognate discipline); Human Nature (Anthropology, Biology, Criminology, English, Psychology, Sociology, or cognate discipline); Environment in Politics and Culture (English, Media, Film, and Communications, Political Science, Sociology or cognate discipline); and International Conflict and Human Rights (Criminology, English, History, Political Science, Sociology or cognate discipline)..   Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation. Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact oris@lakeheadu.ca. Detailed information on the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and our programs is available at: Department of Interdisciplinary Studies.

Review of applications will begin on July 25, 2024 and will continue until the position is filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package.  We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
Lakehead University
500 University Ave.
Orillia, Ontario  L3V 0B9
Attn: Dr. Jennifer Jarman, Chair
E-mail:  oris@lakeheadu.ca


Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

This position is subject to budgetary approval.

Department of interdisciplinary Studies: Contract Lecturer Positions: CRIM 2015 FAO/WDE - Fall/Winter 2024-2025

Date Posted:  July 18, 2024
Application Deadline:  July 24, 2024

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, invites applications for Contract Lecturers in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies. Applications are requested to teach:

CRIM 2015 FAO – Criminological Theory (Fall) (on campus)
(Tuesday and Thursday 1:00 – 2:30 pm)
Comprehensive overview of the origins and development of criminological theory. A range of theories related to crime, deviance, and social control from past to present will be covered.
Start Date/Duration:   September 1 – December 31, 2024
 
CRIM 2015 WDE – Criminological Theory (Winter) (synchronous/Zoom)
(Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 – 7:00 pm)
Comprehensive overview of the origins and development of criminological theory. A range of theories related to crime, deviance, and social control from past to present will be covered.
Start Date/Duration:   January 1 - April 30, 2025
 
Please note:  This schedule is tentative and subject to change.  Instructors should refer to the online timetable prior to the start of classes.

Location:          Orillia
                        No travel allowance shall be payable
NOTE:            All courses are delivered on campus unless otherwise noted. 

Qualifications Preferred:   PhD in Criminology, or closely related field, with teaching experience at the post-Secondary level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification (e.g., ABD doctoral students), but who possess an appropriate combination
of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply.  Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation. Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact oris@lakeheadu.ca. Detailed information on the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and our programs is available at: Department of Interdisciplinary Studies.

Review of applications will begin on July 25, 2024 and will continue until the position is filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package.  We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:
Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
Lakehead University
500 University Ave.
Orillia, Ontario  L3V 0B9
Attn: Dr. Jennifer Jarman, Chair
E-mail:  oris@lakeheadu.ca

Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

These positions are subject to budgetary approval.

Department of interdisciplinary Studies: Contract Lecturer Position: MDST 1030 WAO

Date Posted:  July 18, 2024
Application Deadline:  July 24, 2024

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, invites applications for a Contract Lecturer in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies. Applications are requested to teach:

MDST 1030 WAO – Introduction to Visual Media (Winter term)
 (Monday and Wednesday 1:00 – 2:30 pm)
An introduction to the critical analysis of visual media. Topics include: ideologies and issues of power in visual representation with an emphasis on race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, disability and age, from a social justice perspective. Students will analyze new media, photography, advertising, film, video and TV news, as well as intermedia, multi-media and re-mediated visual texts, to investigate visual media in relation to society, culture and the arts.
Start Date/Duration:          Winter term: January 1 – April 30, 2025

Please note:  This schedule is tentative and subject to change.  Instructors should refer to the online timetable prior to the start of classes.

Location:      Orillia
                       Note:  no travel allowance shall be payable
NOTE:  all courses are delivered on campus unless otherwise noted. 

Qualifications Preferred:  PhD in Media Studies or closely related field, and evidence of active creative practice, with experience teaching at the post-secondary level.   Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply.  Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation. Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact oris@lakeheadu.ca. Detailed information on the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies and our programs is available at: Department of Interdisciplinary Studies.

Review of applications will begin on July 25, 2024 and will continue until the position is filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package.  We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:

Department of Interdisciplinary Studies
Lakehead University
500 University Ave.
Orillia, Ontario  L3V 0B9
Attn: Dr. Jennifer Jarman, Chair
E-mail:  oris@lakeheadu.ca


Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

This position is subject to budgetary approval.

Department of Political Science: Contract Lecturer Positions: Fall/Winter 2024/2025

Date Posted:  May 16, 2024
Application Deadline:   May 30, 2024

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of Political Science

Lakehead University, Thunder Bay and Orillia campuses, invites applications for Contract Lecturers in the Department of Political Science. Applications are requested to teach:

POLI-1301 YA:  Introduction to Law    [Winter term only]
Introduces fundamental legal concepts and legal systems. Examines the types of law, the process of lawmaking, the organization of the legal system, the role of law in various political systems, and other primary issues related to the study and practice of law. Examples are drawn from Canadian and other legal systems of the world. Uses a variety of robust experiential components designed to prepare students for subsequent courses in law and politics.
Credit Weight:1.0 [Winter term only]  
Start/End Date:  January 1 to April 30, 2025
On Campus – Thunder Bay – Monday & Wednesday 1:00-2:30 p.m.

POLI-1301 YDE:  Introduction to Law                    
Introduces fundamental legal concepts and legal systems. Examines the types of law, the process of lawmaking, the organization of the legal system, the role of law in various political systems, and other primary issues related to the study and practice of law. Examples are drawn from Canadian and other legal systems of the world. Uses a variety of robust experiential components designed to prepare students for subsequent courses in law and politics.
Credit Weight:1.0
September 1, 2024 to April 30, 2025
WEB (Asynchronous) Course

POLI-2110 WDE:  Canadian Government & Politics                
Examines the development and practice of Canadian political institutions, especially the Prime Minister, Parliament, and the Courts. Also covers the interaction between the executive and the legislature, the role of interest groups and political parties in policy making, and the legal and political impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
Credit Weight:0.5
January 1, 2025 – April 30, 2025
WEB (Asynchronous) Course

POLI-2311 FA:  Criminal Law    
A study of the Canadian Criminal Code, rules of evidence, and sentencing. The course will draw on recent court decisions and procedures.
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
On Campus – Thunder Bay – Monday 7:00-10:00 p.m.

POLI-2311 FDE:  Criminal Law    
A study of the Canadian Criminal Code, rules of evidence, and sentencing. The course will draw on recent court decisions and procedures.
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
WEB (Asynchronous) Course

POLI-2313 FA:  Human Rights & Civil Liberties  
The study of human rights with emphasis on Canadian civil liberties, the Bill of Rights and constitutional developments. The course will also examine civil liberties, human rights and minority group protection in an international context.
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
On Campus – Thunder Bay – Tuesday 7:00-10:00 p.m.

POLI-2335 FDE:  Politics, Government & Society US                    
An examination of American political institutions and political culture, the relationship between government and society, the policy process and selected policy issues. Attention will be paid to America's world role and its relationship with Canada.
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
WEB (Asynchronous) Course
                        
POLI-2410 WDE:  Media & Politics   
The relationship between politics and media and the interaction between government, society and varying media styles and modes of presentation. The course will cover different modes of media, including print, television, film, digital, and social media. Focuses primarily on Canadian media experiences.
Credit Weight:0.5
January 1, 2025 – April 30, 2025
ZOOM (Synchronous) Course – Course via ZOOM Monday & Wednesday 10:00-11:30 a.m.

POLI-2510 FDE:  Ancient & Medieval Political Thought            
The contribution of Classical and Medieval thinkers to the development of ideas about political practice in the West will be studied. The primary goal is to acquaint the student with the variety of opinion around such subjects as community, society, law and justice, and power. Students will also be encouraged to challenge the assumptions of these thinkers with regard to a wide variety of "modern" political perspectives such as technology and media, gender, and post-modernism.
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
ZOOM (Synchronous) Course – Course via ZOOM Tuesday & Thursday 8:30-10:00 a.m.

POLI-2617 FAO:  International Law & Organizations                
An examination of the development of international organizations, such as The League of Nations, the U.N. and its agencies. This course also analyzes the sources of international laws and their significance in international relations. Topics include: diplomacy, recognition, state succession, jurisdiction, treaties, extradition, and nationality.
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
On Campus – Orillia – Tuesday & Thursday 1:00-2:30 p.m.

POLI-3113 WA:  Law & Politics of the Family                    
A survey of family law in Canada including the political issues and controversies.
Credit Weight:0.5
January 1, 2025 – April 30, 2025
On Campus – Thunder Bay – Monday 7:00-10:00 p.m.

POLI-3215 FDE:  Ontario Politics                            
An examination of political institutions, political processes and political behaviour in Ontario.
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
WEB (Asynchronous) Course                        

POLI-3250 WDE:  The Politics of Food                        
Designed to explore the global politics of food and its impact on the understanding of food security and food sovereignty, this course will focus attention on the political effects of food action and policy in Canada and more specifically on the development of community interests and services around food security.    
Credit Weight:0.5
January 1, 2025 – April 30, 2025
ZOOM (Synchronous) Course – Course via ZOOM Tuesday & Thursday 8:30-10:00 a.m.
        
POLI-3337 WAO:  Canadian Federalism                        
An examination of the evolution of Canadian federalism from 1867 to present. Topics include the impact of judicial review on the degree of centralization, the financial arrangements which link federal and provincial governments, proposals, for senate reform, and the issue of Quebec's possible secession.
Credit Weight:0.5
On Campus – Orillia – Monday & Wednesday 1:00-2:30 p.m.
                    
POLI-3351 WA:  Indigenous Peoples and the Law        
An examination of the unique legal position of Indigenous Peoples in Canada with particular emphasis on the political, economic and social impact of the law. Topics to be dealt with include: International Law and Indigenous people, Indigenous identity in Canada, the nature of Aboriginal title, the scope of Indigenous rights, pre- and post-confederation treaties (particular emphasis on treaties in northwestern Ontario), land claim negotiations (specific and comprehensive land claims), self-government, constitutional developments, and the nature of amendments to the Indian Act.
Credit Weight:0.5
January 1, 2025 – April 30, 2025
On Campus – Thunder Bay –Tuesday 7:00-10:00 p.m.

POLI-3519 WDE:  Special Topics:  American Presidency                
Subject matter to be determined by needs and interests of participating students and faculty.
Credit Weight:0.5
January 1, 2025 – April 30, 2025
WEB (Asynchronous) Course

POLI-4110 FDE:  Research Methodology
Both qualitative and quantitative approaches to political research are analyzed with emphasis on research design, covering topics such as specifying research problems, structuring social-scientific inquiries, designing questionnaires, and collecting data. Other topics will include organizing and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data using computer applications.    
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
ZOOM (Synchronous) Course – Course via ZOOM Monday 2:30-5:30 p.m.

POLI-4113 WAO:  The Politics of Incarceration    
An examination of the theory and practice of mass incarceration. The gradual transformations of prison systems throughout the globe and mass incarceration have become important political tendency throughout the world. The purpose of the seminar is to study the implications of these trends and to discuss global patterns, national variations and historical transformations in punishment regimes and the politics behind prison-industrial complex system.
Credit Weight:0.5
On Campus - Orillia
                
POLI-4150 FB:  Topics in Law:  Constitutional Law                
An examination of selected key contemporary issues in the areas of Law and Legal Studies. Issues to be examined will vary according to the interests of the students and the instructor.
Credit Weight:0.5
September 1, 2024 – December 31, 2024
On Campus – Thunder Bay –Tuesday 2:30-5:30 p.m.

POLI-4215 WDE:  Canadian Political Thought                    
A survey and analysis of the history of Canadian political ideas. The course will survey a variety of subjects including federalism, toryism, continentalism and a number of important Canadian thinkers including George Grant and Harold Innis.
Credit Weight:0.5
January 1, 2025 – April 31, 2025
ZOOM (Synchronous) Course – Course via ZOOM Monday 2:30-5:30 p.m.

POLI-4911 WDE:  Special Topics - Political Rhetoric                
Subject matter to be determined by needs and interests of participating students and faculty.
Credit Weight:0.5    
ZOOM (Synchronous) Monday 8:30-11:30 a.m.

Please note: This schedule is tentative and subject to change. Instructors should refer
to the timetable prior to the start of classes.  

Qualifications Preferred:  Ph.D. in Political Science preferred, with teaching experience at the post-secondary level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification (e.g., ABD doctoral students), but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply.  Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation.  Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact Dr. Toby Rollo, Chair. Detailed information on the Department of Political Science and our programs is available at:  https://www.lakeheadu.ca/programs/departments/political-science

Review of applications will begin on May 31, 2024, and will continue until the positions are filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package. We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:
Department of Political Science
Lakehead University
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1
Attn:  Dr. T. Rollo, Chair
E-mail:  trollo@lakeheadu.ca and
cc:  kwoychys@lakeheadu.ca (Administrative Assistant)

Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups.  All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires.  We encourage candidates to self-identify, if you are from an under-represented group, and prefer candidates with the knowledge, competencies and relationships derived from lived experience. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment.  Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

These positions are subject to budgetary approval.

Department of Sociology - Contract Lecturer Positions: 2024/2025 Fall/Winter

Date Posted:  May 3, 2024
Application Deadline: May 21, 2024

Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of Sociology

Lakehead University, Thunder Bay/Orillia Campus, invites applications for Contract Lecturers in the Department of Sociology.  Applications are requested to teach:

SOCI-1100    YAO:        Introduction to Sociology
Sociological exploration of society, culture, social interaction and power relations. Topics may include (but not limited to): crime, economy, education, environment, gender, globalization, health and society, racial and class inequality, urbanization.
Credit Weight:1.0
September 1, 2024 – April 30, 2025
On Campus – Orillia – Tuesday & Thursday 2:30-4:00 p.m.

SOCI-2509    YDE:        Sociology of Health and Illness
A study of the social and cultural dimensions of health and illness. Topics may include: the social organization of medicine; social determinants of health status; lay perspectives on health, illness and the body; the experience of illness and health care; and the impact of social change on medical beliefs and practice.
Credit Weight:1.0
September 1, 2024 – April 30, 2025
ZOOM (Synchronous) Course – Course via ZOOM Monday & Wednesday 5:30-7:00 p.m.

Please note: This schedule is tentative and subject to change. Instructors should refer to the timetable prior to the start of classes.

Qualifications Preferred:  Ph.D. in Sociology preferred, with teaching experience at the post-secondary level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification (e.g., ABD doctoral students), but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply.  Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation.  Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact Dr. C. Sanders, Chair. Detailed information on the Department of Sociology and our programs is available at:  https://www.lakeheadu.ca/programs/departments/sociology

Review of applications will begin on May 22, 2024 and will continue until the positions are filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package. We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:
Department of Sociology
Lakehead University
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1
Attn:  Dr. C. Sanders, Chair
E-mail:  csander2@lakeheadu.ca and
cc: kwoychys@lakeheadu.ca (Administrative Assistant)

Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups.  All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires.  We encourage candidates to self-identify, if you are from an under-represented group, and prefer candidates with the knowledge, competencies and relationships derived from lived experience. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment.  Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

These positions are subject to budgetary approval.
                          

Department of English - Contract Lecturer Positions: Fall 2024: ENGL 1014 FAO

Application Deadline:  April 9, 2024
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of English

Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, (on campus), invites applications for a Contract Lecturer in the Department of English.  Applications are requested to teach:
 
ENGL 1014 FAO:  Introduction to Creative Writing  
An introduction to the craft of creative writing. Genres studied may include: drama, poetry, prose fiction, creative nonfiction.

Start Date/Duration:   Fall Term: September 1 to December 31, 2024                                               

Qualifications Preferred:  Ph. D. (English) or M.A. or M.F.A. in Creative Writing; experience teaching creative writing at the university level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply. Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation. Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.
 
For further information, please contact Dr. Anna Guttman, Chair, Department of English. Detailed information on the Social Sciences and Humanities/ Department of English and our programs is available at: https://www.lakeheadu.ca/programs/departments/english

Review of applications will begin on April 10, 2024, and will continue until the position is filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package.  We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.
Applicants should submit their electronic application to:

Department of English
Lakehead University
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1
Attn: Dr. Anna Guttman, Chair
Email: aguttman@lakeheadu.ca

Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires. We encourage candidates to self-identify, if you are from an under-represented group, and prefer candidates with the knowledge, competencies and relationships derived from lived experience. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

This position is subject to budgetary approval

Department of English - Contract Lecturer Positions: Fall/Winter 2024/2025: ENGL 3050 WAO; ENGL 3911 FAO; ENGL 3919 WAO

Application Deadline:  April 9, 2024
Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities/Department of English

Lakehead University, Orillia Campus, (on campus), invites applications for Contract Lecturer in the Department of English.  Applications are requested to teach:

1)    ENGL 3050 WAO: Special Topics in Medieval & Early Modern: Medieval Travel Narratives
The medieval travel narrative is a genre all its own, blending fact and fiction. This course would look at the Global Middle Ages through the lens of travel narratives, exploring the reasons for travel and the kind of tropes people use to describe the “other,” or the marvellous that they encounter when they are “out there.” Some texts may include Marco Polo, John Mandeville, Ibn Battuta, Ibn Fadlan, Margery Kempe, Lady Nijô, and the Vinland sagas.

2)    ENGL 3911 FAO: Special Topics: Utopian and Dystopian Literature
This course will explore the various literary utopias and dystopias that have been produced across literary history. We will begin with Thomas More's Utopia and the foundations of the genre, but focus more on the many popular and influential dystopias that have been produced across the 20th and 21st centuries. We will connect each text to its contemporary political moment and ground our discussion in issues of social justice.

3)    ENGL 3919 WAO: Young Adult Literature
Texts for young adults represent the fastest growing sector of the publishing market, and currently attract readers far beyond the “young adult” age group. Focusing on the emergence of Young Adult (YA) literature in the twentieth century, and on more current works, we will analyze texts such as novels, graphic novels, drama, and film and television, addressing such topics as identity formation, social groups, censorship, and gendering.

Start Date/Duration:   Fall Term:  September 1 to December 31, 2024
                                      Winter Term: January 1 to April 30, 2025

Qualifications Preferred:     Ph. D. and experience teaching literature at the university level. Candidates lacking the specific degree qualification, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications are also encouraged to apply. Experience with experiential learning and online or alternative modes of delivery is highly desired.

Lakehead is a comprehensive university with a reputation for innovative programs and cutting-edge research. Our campuses are located in Thunder Bay on the traditional lands of the Fort William First Nation, Signatory to the Robinson Superior Treaty of 1850 and in Orillia on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, and Rama First Nation. Lakehead University acknowledges the history that many nations hold in the areas around our campuses and is committed to a relationship with Métis and Inuit and First Nations peoples. Lakehead has approximately 10,000 students and 2,160 faculty and staff. With an emphasis on collaborative learning and independent critical thinking and a multidisciplinary teaching approach, Lakehead offers a variety of degree and diploma programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels through its nine faculties, including Business Administration, Education, Engineering, Health and Behavioural Sciences, Natural Resources Management, Science and Environmental Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities, Graduate Studies, and Faculty of Law. For further information, please visit: www.lakeheadu.ca.

For further information, please contact Dr. Anna Guttman. Detailed information on the Social Sciences and Humanities/ Department of English and our programs is available at: https://www.lakeheadu.ca/programs/departments/english

Review of applications will begin April 10, 2024, and will continue until the position is filled. The electronic application (in the form of one PDF document) should include: a curriculum vitae, statement of teaching interests and/or evidence of teaching effectiveness. A completed Confirmation of Eligibility to Work in Canada.pdf form must accompany your package.  We encourage applicants with the Right of First Refusal (as outlined in article 19.03.02 of the LUFA/LU Collective Agreement) to indicate their status in their application.

Applicants should submit their electronic application to:
Department of English
Lakehead University
955 Oliver Road
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5E1
Attn: Dr. Anna Guttman, Chair
Email: aguttman@lakeheadu.ca

Lakehead University is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals including women, racialized persons, Indigenous people, persons with disabilities and other equity-seeking groups. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority. This is in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements.

Lakehead University has an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Action Plan 2019-2024 with a goal to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as measured by increasing representation of under-represented groups among applicants, candidates and hires. We encourage candidates to self-identify, if you are from an under-represented group, and prefer candidates with the knowledge, competencies and relationships derived from lived experience. Experience working with Indigenous or racialized communities, and/or members of other equity-deserving groups is a strong asset. A lived experience or worked experience of any of these issues is preferred.

We appreciate your interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be notified. Lakehead University is committed to supporting an accessible environment. Applicants requiring accommodation during the interview process should contact the Office of Human Resources at (807) 343.8010 ext. 8334 or human.resources@lakeheadu.ca to make appropriate arrangements.

These positions are subject to budgetary approval.

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