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    CALL FOR INDIGENOUS APPLICANTS TENURE‐TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS Emily Carr University

    CALL FOR INDIGENOUS APPLICANTS TENURE‐TRACK FACULTY POSITIONS Emily Carr University
    Emily Carr University invites applicants to five (5) Tenured/Tenure‐track positions within all disciplines and areas
    of the Faculties of Art, Design + Dynamic Media and Culture + Community.
    This opportunity is open only to
    qualified individuals who self‐identify as Indigenous Peoples of North America or Peoples of Turtle Island, including
    those who identify as First Nations (status, non‐status, treaty or non‐treaty), Métis, Inuit, or Alaskan Native, Native
    American, and Native Hawaiian Peoples. This initiative is a special program under the British Columbia Human
    Rights Tribunal.

    The successful candidate will:

     teach across multiple year levels at the undergraduate and/or graduate level;
     liaise with Indigenous faculty, students, and community members;
     assume a key role in the ongoing development and decolonization of the undergraduate/graduate
    program curriculum, policies and promotion through participation in Faculty and Program meetings and
    initiatives;
     maintain an active research program, professional practice and/or scholarship within relevant
    discipline(s);
     provide service to the faculty and University‐wide governance system, as well as participate in building
    the University community and promoting the quality of student life and University culture

    QUALIFICATIONS

    The ideal candidate will have:
     a terminal degree and scholarly expertise in relevant discipline(s);
     minimum of two years of related post‐secondary teaching experience that includes proven experience in
    curriculum development;
     an evidenced commitment to teaching excellence and research;
     a proven record of research and/or professional practice in national and international contexts relevant
    to qualifications, experience and discipline;
     experience proactively advancing decolonization, equity and sustainability in curriculum, teaching,
    scholarship, and creative/professional activities;
     demonstrated understanding of the ways in which equity, Indigenous knowledge, and sustainability are
    fundamental to the quality of student experience, to innovative scholarship, and to art and design
    production;
     a proven record of promoting a respectful and inclusive work and learning environment for students, staff,
    and faculty.

    APPLICATION PROCEDURES

    Applications should include:
     a letter of intent stating the candidate’s interests in the areas of teaching, research/professional practice,
    and service to Faculty‐ and University‐wide governance;
     a curriculum vitae;
     a statement of teaching philosophy that responds to the relevant discipline(s);
     evidence of teaching effectiveness (such as sample assignments, student feedback, course evaluations,
    etc.);
     a digital portfolio of recent work/publications (if applicable);
     and the names and contact information of three referees.


    The five (5) opportunities as outlined above are to commence in August 2019, subject to budgetary approval.
    Interested applicants are invited to submit their application in confidence, online by visiting the employment
    opportunities section of our website: https://ecuad.peopleadmin.ca

    Review of applications will begin March 1, 2019


    for more information please click the link below.
    Call for Indigenous Applicants.pdf
    Attached Files Attached Files
    Last edited by Jenny Blake; 02-28-2019 at 08:42 AM.

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