We are actively seeking two (2) practitioners and educators to join our strong and dynamic team of multi‐
disciplined and research‐active artists and designers dedicated to competency‐led, problem‐based pedagogy in
an intercultural and multilingual setting.



SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidate will:
 teach and mentor students across multiple year levels at the undergraduate and graduate level.
 supervise undergraduate and graduate student projects and theses.
 contribute to curriculum development and planning.
 participate in portfolio reviews and critiques.
 maintain an active research and scholarship profile.
 provide service to the faculty and university‐wide governance system, also by being an active and engaged
member of the university community.

QUALIFICATIONS

The ideal candidates will have:
 a relevant advanced degree (Masters or above) in an area of art or design practice;
 a minimum of two years of related post‐secondary teaching experience; an evidenced commitment to
teaching excellence and innovation, especially in first‐year pedagogy;
 proven experience or demonstrable promise in interdisciplinary or cross‐disciplinary curriculum
development;
 an exemplary art or design practice, as demonstrated through recognized professional achievement in
their work, an active and evolving exhibition record, or practice‐based or practice‐led research and
scholarship;
 experience or interest in proactively advancing decolonization, equity, and sustainability in curriculum,
teaching, research, and practice.

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

Applications should address the candidate’s expertise in the areas of teaching, professional practice and
research. Because the Foundation programme thrives in interdisciplinary teaching and learning, please indicate
the range of your practice and identify two or more disciplinary areas in which you can comfortably teach.
Applications should include:
 a cover letter;
 a current curriculum vitae;
 a statement of pedagogy accompanied by up to 3 samples of syllabi, assignments and evidence of teaching
effectiveness;
 a statement of research;
 a personal statement on the candidate’s contributions to diversity, regardless of personal characteristics,
describing any professional skills, community experience, or willingness to engage in activities that
advance institutional diversity and equity in teaching, research, and service;
 any relevant supporting materials (e.g., an online portfolio of recent work, a writing sample or
publication); and
 the names and contact information of three referees.

Electronic submissions are welcome at https://ecuad.peopleadmin.ca

The review of applications will begin on March 1, 2019


Click link below for more information:Foundation - F006-2019.pdf