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Our success would not be possible without our caring and dedicated employees.

Here, we are committed to Algoma U’s Special Mission. We discover, learn, and think together to reach new milestones every year. Are you interested in taking the first step in joining our team? Take a look at our employment availabilities below.

Commitment to Equal Opportunity

Positions are open to all qualified applicants, although preference will be given to Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and those qualified to work in Canada. Algoma University is strongly committed to fostering diversity and inclusivity within our community and is an equal-opportunity employer. The university invites and encourages applications from all qualified candidates from equity-deserving groups, (Indigenous peoples, racialized persons, women, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQQIP2SA+ persons) who may contribute to the further diversification of our Institution.

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, upon request, accommodation will be provided by Algoma University throughout the recruitment, selection, and/or assessment process for applicants with disabilities.

Manager, Procurement

Reporting to the Associate Vice-President, Finance & Planning, the Manager, Procurement is responsible for leading Procurement staff, managing contracts, conducting spend analysis, and supporting the creation, design, development, implementation, documentation, maintenance, and continuous improvement of a strategic sourcing program within Algoma University (AU) to support the organization’s strategic operational and business goals, objectives and priorities. The incumbent is also responsible for providing strategic procurement and sourcing, expertise, and advice, and will ensure the quality of RFx, Agreements, and Statements of Work issued by Algoma University.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

Service Desk Specialist

The primary function of the Service Desk Specialist is to provide technical assistance and support related to computer systems, hardware, or software. The incumbent will also respond to queries, run diagnostic programs, isolate problems, and determine and potentially implement solutions. This position processes purchase orders and is responsible for purchasing goods and services as requested by the ITS team, as well as maintaining the inventory of goods and services.  This person will aid in imaging computer systems for transition to operations, and will also be responsible for assisting all customers with questions about any of the University’s supported software and computing platforms. Other duties include installing/configuring software/hardware and assisting in providing training.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

Graduate Admissions & Support Specialist

The Graduate Admissions and Support Specialist (GASS) is responsible for providing professional-level support throughout the student lifecycle, including prospective and current graduate students. The position focuses on coordinating the recruitment and admissions of graduate students, as well as retention strategies to build community, while cultivating important relationships. The incumbent will provide an excellent client service approach and communicate effectively with internal and external audiences.  As a key assessor and evaluator of graduate applications, the position will be required to navigate a high volume of requests in a timely, accurate, consistent, and equitable manner, working closely with the Graduate Officers and the Faculty Graduate Committees. The position’s activities require meticulous attention to the application and evaluation processes, issuance of admission offers, and communications, ensuring that quality standards and customer service standards are achieved. The GASS will enable the development of improved services to the growing graduate student market, will work closely to facilitate the development of a robust website, and will create work efficiencies for potential students from prospect to registrant. The position will work closely with the Office of the Registrar, Recruitment & Strategic Enrolment, Financial Aid/Scholarships, Marketing & Communications, Student Success, the Graduate Studies Administrative Assistant,  the Associate Vice-President Academic (AVPA), the Algoma University Graduate Council, the Faculty Graduate Committees, as well as the Faculty Deans of the University.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

Senior Data Analyst

Reporting to the Director, Institutional Effectiveness, the Senior Data Analyst will provide integrated institutional information to support evidence-based decision-making and performance monitoring. Required analyses may include descriptive and predictive analytics, trending, impact analysis, and benchmarking. This position will promote data validation and data quality activities throughout the University and will support the development of standardized data collection and reporting practices.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

Payroll Officer

This position reports to and is accountable to the Director of Financial Services and is responsible for performing tasks involved in the preparation and execution of payroll and benefit services in an efficient and effective manner. Final responsibility for completion of the payroll cycle; must ensure accuracy of all payroll data and year end payroll procedures. In addition, this position provides specialized administrative work in processing payroll and benefits information and record keeping.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

Indigenous Student Success Advisor, Learners Early Access Program (LEAP)

As part of Algoma University’s ongoing commitment to Indigenization, equity, diversity, and inclusion, the institution is seeking a Student Success Advisor, Learners Early Access Program (LEAP) who is passionate about initiatives that break down barriers and provide accessibility and pathways for traditionally underrepresented and marginalized learners.  Working in partnership with the local school boards, the University is excited to launch this early access program designed to initiate a structural and systemic change in academic program delivery and create a positive social impact. Reporting to the Director, Student Success & Wellbeing, the Indigenous Student Success Advisor, LEAP offers equitable academic, personal, and career advising focusing on the unique needs of First Nation, Métis, and Inuit students. This position will work towards equitable outcomes for improved Indigenous student success and achievement rates. The incumbent will work closely with the Algoma LEAP core team in addition to school districts,  campus offices such as Student Success & Wellbeing, Student Life, and community partners to ensure student success and program completion.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

Wellness Coordinator

Reporting to the Manager, Student Wellbeing, the Wellness Support and Sexual & Gender Violence Prevention Evaluator will work in a collaborative environment with Student Success, Anishinaabe Initiatives, and Wellness Support teams.  The position is responsible for the coordination, development, implementation, and evaluation of wellness, sexual, gender-based, and intimate partner violence; sexual and street harassment primary prevention training and educational activities through a cross-cultural approach.  The position will participate in the development of strategic plans, goals, and measurable objectives for wellness support and violence prevention programs and services for the department.  It will collaborate with departmental colleagues to plan, implement and evaluate theory- and evidence-informed support and prevention strategies. Work Collaboratively with the Wellness teams, community programs and the Sexual Violence Task Force, and student groups.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

Algoma University is committed to undoing systemic and institutional discrimination and being publicly transparent and accountable. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are fundamental to our Special Mission. In keeping with the Seven Grandfather teachings that are the core values that inform our decisions as an institution, we are committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive, respectful, and safe environment where everyone belongs. We live these values through the strength and richness that diversity brings to our workforce and welcome contributors from equity-deserving groups including: Indigenous Peoples, Black and racialized persons, women, Persons with Disabilities, 2 Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer persons.

Algoma University (www.algomau.ca) is a rapidly growing and innovative institution that embraces research, scholarship, and teaching to pursue its Special Mission. The Special Mission is founded upon cross-cultural learning between Indigenous and other communities within a spirit of healing and reconciliation. Algoma University’s four faculties — Business and Economics, Cross-Cultural Studies, Humanities and Social Sciences, and Science — provide students with rich experiential learning opportunities across all of its campuses in Brampton, Sault Ste. Marie and Timmins. With a newly approved Strategic Research and Creative Works plan, Algoma will enhance its research capacity through community engaged partnerships and ongoing development of graduate programming.  We welcome those interested in this exciting time of growth!

 

Brampton Campus

Sault Ste. Marie Campus

Positions are open to all qualified applicants, although preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada.

Algoma University is strongly committed to fostering diversity and inclusivity within our community and is an equal-opportunity employer. The university invites and encourages applications from all qualified individuals who would contribute to the further diversification of our Institution, including equity-deserving groups that are traditionally underrepresented in employment (Indigenous peoples, racialized persons, women, persons with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQQIPA+ persons). 

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, upon request, accommodation will be provided by Algoma University throughout the recruitment, selection, and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

Algoma University – Sault Ste. Marie

 

Algoma University invites applications for the position of Part-Time Contract Faculty (PTCF) in Sault Ste. Marie for the 2024 Spring semester.

 

Terms:

24SF – April 29, 2024 – June 7, 2024

24SP – April 29, 2024 – July 23, 2024 

24SS – June 12, 2024 – July 23, 2024

 

24SF examinations will take place June 10, 2024 – June 11, 2024 as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

24SP and 24SS examinations will take place July 24 – August 2, 2024 as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

 

Qualified candidates should submit a current curriculum vitae, and any other materials the applicant wishes to submit as well as any other application materials requested by the specific posting (PDF format), addressed to Faculty Dean, Algoma University. TO APPLY, VISIT THIS LINK. Applicants may be asked to supply letters of reference or to give permission for the PTAC to contact references by telephone or e-mail. NOTE: applications will no longer be accepted via email.

 

 

Part-Time Contract Faculty Member’s base rate salary –

Lecture  $7,352.89 (4% vacation pay $294.12) Total – $7,647.00 (3 credit)

Lab  $1,838.22 plus 4% vacation ($73.53) = $1,911.75 (.75 credit)

 

 

Academic Term, Course Day/Time, DeadlineCourse, Description and Qualifications
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 1127B & C

SEC B
In person
Mon 4pm - 7pm

SEC C
In person
Mon 4pm - 7pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 1127B & C
Course Title: Introductory Financial Accounting II

Description: This course builds on the foundational concepts of ADMN 1126 and positions students for further study of accounting at the university level. Topics covered will include partnership accounting, shareholders’ equity accounts and corporate reporting, accounting for short-term and long-term liabilities, accounting for manufacturing concerns, budgets and standards, financial statement analysis, reporting and analyzing cash flows, and introduction to deferred taxes.

Qualifications: The successful applicant will have a business degree and current CPA designation. Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level in the last five years
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 1707B


SEC B
In Person
Wed 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 1707B
Course Title: Understanding Esports Infrastructure

Description: Students will be able to determine logistics surrounding usage of communication platforms across different esport ecosystems to coordinate effective event communication, planning and implementation of event logistics which includes identifying appropriate sponsorship and streaming platforms to facilitate revenue generation. Students will explore topics such as the Esports framework within North America, the Esports ecosystem, evaluating esports leagues in comparison to traditional sports among others.

Qualifications: 1. A master’s degree in a subject-area directly related to the business discipline taught in the course from an accredited university.
2. The following academic specializations or professional designation (s): mathematics or logistics or analytics.
3. Relevant course and subject-matter experience in teaching and or practice at another accredited university.
4. A demonstrated commitment to teaching in amulti-cultural environment
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 2506C


SEC C
In person
Thurs 1pm - 4pm

Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 2506C
Course Title: Business Statistics

Description: Statistics and probability, statistical measures of central tendency and dispersion, graphical and numerical measures, random variables and probability distributions, binomial, Poisson, and normal distributions. The central limit theorem, point estimation, confidence levels, test of hypotheses, correlation. There is a mandatory tutorial.

Qualifications: MBA/MSc with Quantitative Methods, Statistics or Decision Science or a MA/MSc degree in Economics. Demonstrated experience instructing with Adobe Connect; demonstrated subject matter teaching experience at the college or university level, demonstrated experience teaching in a multicultural environment and teaching experience at the college or university level.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 2607B


SEC B
In person
Mon 9am - 12pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 2607B
Course Title: Introduction to Management Science

Description: This course includes quantitative techniques supporting decision-making for management. Decisions under uncertainty, linear and non-linear optimization, project scheduling (PERT and CPM) and forecasting are the general topics covered. The linear optimization section introduces linear programming, sensitivity analysis and an overview of its extensions.

Qualifications:. MASc in Management Sciences/Operations Research, MSc in Mathematics and Statistics with demonstrated teaching experience at university level, teaching this or a very similar course.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 2707B


SEC B
In person
Thurs 9am - 12pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 2707B
Course Title: Fundamentals of Esports Management

Description: Students will explore and analyze different management styles in esports that are applicable to teams, leagues and players that enable them to understand the relationship between team managers/ coaches and the players and their respective roles. Students will explore topics such as the difference between teams & leagues, and player management best practices. Compare and contrast the best practices of conventional sports teams, leagues, and athletes. Determine which Esports agencies are currently representing players. Examine the roles that agencies play in the protection of players. Create an organizational framework for managing players and teams

Qualifications:
1. An MBA or Master’s degree in a subject-area directly related to sports management from an accredited university.
2. Relevant course or teaching experience in an Esports program from an accredited university.
3. A demonstrated commitment to teaching in a multicultural environment.
4. Candidates will demonstrate their approach and experience to teaching and engaging students in an asynchronous online environment.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 3126 B & C

SEC B
In person
FRI 9am - 12pm

SEC C
In person
FRI 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 3126 B & C
Course Title: Marketing Concepts

Description: This course serves to introduce business students to the concepts and techniques employed by marketing management. The course revolves around a close examination of the marketing mix - product, price, place, and promotion - in a management setting and a competitive business environment.

Qualifications: 1. A MBA with specialization in marketing or a Master’s degree in a subject-area directly related to the business discipline taught in the course from an accredited university.
2. Within the last three years, relevant course and subject-matter experience in teaching and or practice at another accredited university.
3. A demonstrated commitment to teaching in amulti-cultural environment
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 3137B


SEC B
In person
FRI 9am - 12pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 3137B
Course Title: Management of Human Resources

Description: Individual behaviour, group behaviour, and organizational behaviour are studied with a view to developing, within the student, an appreciation of the human factors in administration. Theory will be communicated by means of lectures, seminars, special projects, and assigned readings. Opportunities to apply theory will be provided in a number of ways, including case studies.

Qualifications:
MBA or related master's degree and demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have a CHRP, CHRL, or CHRE designation. Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 3206B


SEC B
In person
TUES 7pm - 10pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 3206B
Course Title: Human Resources Planning

Description: This course is designed to examine the multifaceted approaches and methods used in the effective deployment and management of human resources. Topics such as strategic human resource management, corporate culture, performance management, employment equity, pay equity, human rights, organizational development and behaviour, and labour-management relations are explored, amongst other relevant issues challenging the effective management of the human asset.

Qualifications: MBA or related Master's degree and demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have a CHRP, CHRL, CHRE designation. Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4367B


SEC B
In person
WED 1pm - 4pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4367B
Course Title: Advanced Marketing Planning

Description: Intended to be an integrating capstone course. It emphasizes the application of management tools in situation analysis, planning, organization, integrating, controlling, measuring and evaluating. Aimed at management and planning rather than operating practices and techniques

Qualifications: PhD in Marketing, and both relevant industry and research experience within the last 5 years. Experience teaching the same course at another Canadian university or college, and experience teaching in a multicultural environment.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4607A


SEC A
In person
TUES 9am - 12pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4607A
Course Title: Business Strategy and Policy II

Description: This is a continuation of the ADMN 4606 course. It emphasizes strategy implementation as opposed to strategy formulation. Company-wide objectives are set and departmental policies and activities are planned and implemented. Operating
the organization according to the plan, appraising and controlling the operations, making changes in objectives, strategy and tactics are the main elements of this course.

Qualifications : Ph.D. in a related field OR MBA in Strategic HR, Management, Business Strategy or Analytics. Applicants must have relevant experience working at the senior executive level in a Canadian organization within the past 3 years. Subject matter teaching experience at the college or university level, experience teaching in a multicultural environment. Relevant research in strategic planning or a related field.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4737A


SEC A
In person
WED 9am - 12pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4737A
Course Title: Personal Financial Management

Description: Teaches students how to analyze personal goals and assess the financial implications of these goals, determine personal net worth, analyze financial products and services, and understand investment alternatives appropriate to individuals and families. In addition, this course explains personal taxation, insurance contracts to protect the lifestyles of families, financial alternatives in retirement, and estate planning.

Qualifications: Masters degree in Finance, Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, or a closely related field. Experience teaching relevant subject matter at a Canadian
college/university and within a multicultural environment. Recent work experience (within the past 5 years) in the field is preferred.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4747A


SEC A
In person
MON 1pm - 4pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4747A
Course Title: Corporate Finance

Description: This course provides a comprehensive examination of the financial decision-making processes within corporations. Topics include: Financial analysis and planning, Investment decisions (Capital Budgeting), Cost of capital and capital structure, Dividend policy, Working capital management and Mergers and acquisitions.

Qualifications: Master's degree in Finance, Business Administration (with a concentration in Finance), Accounting, or a closely related field. Relevant professional designation (e.g., CFA, CPA) and industry experience in corporate finance, investment banking, or financial consulting is strongly preferred.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4937B


SEC B
In person
THURS 9am - 12pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4937B
Course Title: Marketing on the Internet

Description: This course examines the integration of the internet in an organization’s marketing strategy. Topics include goals for online marketing, customer communications, interactive internet pages, and customer service issues.

Qualifications: MBA or Master's degree demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have demonstrated internet/online marketing knowledge and work experience. Master's degree is accredited and recognized by Canadian universities.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4947B


SEC B
In person
TUES 1pm - 4pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4947B
Course Title: Advertising Theory and Practice

Description: A study of the principles and practices in various advertising media such as newspapers, radio, television, outdoor and direct mail; consideration of creative methods, consumer behaviour, measurement of effectiveness and coordination with other aspects of the promotional program.

Qualifications: MBA with Marketing specialization and industry experience with Ad copy and designing Ad programs or MSc in Marketing and industry experience with Ad copy and designing Ad programs Course-specific teaching experience or work experience in this area
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4957B

SEC B
In person
THURS 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4957B
Title: Research Methods II

Description: This course is designed to apply the research techniques and methods learned in Research Methods I. Students will design an original, comprehensive research project/report in the area of business, economics, finance and/or marketing. They will identify/develop research problems/issues to be addressed; design a data collection instrument; collect and analyze the data; interpret the research findings; prepare a written report and make an oral presentation of their findings.

Qualifications: PhD in Business or Economics, and both industry and research experience within the last 5 years. Experience teaching the same course at another university or college, and experience teaching in a multicultural environment.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4976B

SEC B
In person
WED 7pm - 10pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4976B
Course Title: Industrial and Labour Relations in Canada

Description: The objectives of this course are to provide students with knowledge of the Canadian industrial relations field and collective agreement negotiation and administration. Topics related to the context of industrial relations include the history and development of the labour movement, the legal framework, as well as trends and future prospects. Processes in the labour-management relationship including organizing, negotiating, and administering the collective agreement will also be examined. The course will rely on a combination of lectures, class discussions, case studies, and simulations.

Qualifications: MBA, Master's of Industrial Relations, Masters of Economics in HR, or related master's. Applicants must have a CHRP, CHRL, or CHRE designation. Demonstrated work experience as a Director of HR or as an Industrial Relations Specialist within the past 5 years.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
BIOL/ENVS 2556A


SEC A
In person
TUES 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
BIOL/ENVS 2556A
Course Title:Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis

Description: This course will introduce students to experimental design, and the use of common statistical methods relevant to biology and the environmental sciences. Students will be introduced to the basic concepts of probability, descriptive statistics, experimental design, goodness-of-fit tests, contingency table analysis, two-sample and multisample comparison tests, correlation, and regression. Students will be given practical assignments to allow them to put these analyses into context with hypothetical data sets that allow them to interpret results and draw relevant conclusions and gain experience with the statistical program SPSS.

Qualifications: PhD, and teaching experience in statistics, preferably at the university level. Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) are required.
24SS
June 17, 2024 - June 21st, 2024
CESD 3906/4906A

SEC A
In person (accelerated)
MON, TUES, WED, THURS FRI
9am - 5pm




Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
CESD 3906/4906A - Accelerated
Course Title: Selected Topics I : Decolonizing peace: Gender, land rights, and self-determination

Description: This course will be co-taught with Dr. Sheila Gruner. The topic of this course varies with the instructor and the year. This course will provide advanced coverage of particular topics in CESD with accompanying practical work. Specific content will vary from year to year, depending on the expertise available. Usually the course will concern the instructor’s research or area of CESD practice.

Qualifications: Master Degree with five years experience with Indigenous, Black, rural and women’s and/or environmental movements; experience/skills in human rights advocacy, conflict resolution and peace-building, land-rights, self-determination, and gender equity. Understanding of, and Commitment to, decolonizing education/decolonial pedagogies. Arts-based and participatory approaches to learning, Spanish language knowledge, are considered assets. Demonstrated experience working with diverse populations is required, including, but not limited to work with Indigenous, racialized, 2SLGBTQQIAAP+, and/or other equity seeking communities.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
CHMI 2426A


SEC A
In person
TUES & THURS
10am - 11:30am


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
CHMI 2426A
Course Title: Organic Chemistry I

Description :This course is an introductory course in organic chemistry. Topics included are structure and bonding, nomenclature, stereochemistry, and an introduction to the chemistry of a few classes of organic compounds.

Qualifications: The successful applicant will have an M.Sc. or PhD in relevant areas and university teaching experience in Chemistry. Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) are required.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
COSC 2006A


SEC A
In person
THURS 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
COSC 2006A
Course Title: Data Structures I

Description: An introduction to data structures and their associated algorithms. Pointers and dynamic memory. Treatment of stacks, queues, and linked lists. Searching and sorting algorithms. Analysis of time and space requirements

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in a Computer Science field with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in Java language is required
24SS
June 12, 2024 - July 23, 2024
COSC 2006A

SEC A
Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs & Fri
9am - 11am



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
COSC 2006A
Course Title: Data Structures I

Description: An introduction to data structures and their associated algorithms. Pointers and dynamic memory. Treatment of stacks, queues, and linked lists. Searching and sorting algorithms. Analysis of time and space requirements

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in a Computer Science field with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in Java language is required
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
COSC 2007A


SEC A
In person
THURS 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
COSC 2007A
Course Title: Data Structures II

Description: Continuation of the study of data structures and the analysis of algorithms, trees, binary search trees, balanced trees, B-trees. Recursive programming techniques, elimination of recursion. Applications.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Computer Science with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in Java language is required. Experience with remote/online/hybrid instruction is required.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
COSC 2307B


SEC B
In person
TUES 9am - 12pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
COSC 2307B
Course Title: Database Programming

Description: Students are introduced to database programming
using SQL. The topics covered include data definition, single and multiple table queries, updates, database administration, embedded SQL, report formatting, data protection and security.

Qualifications: Master's Degree in Computer Science or IT fields with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
COSC 2406A


SEC A
In person
THURS 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
COSC 2406A
Course Title: Assembly Language Programming

Description: This is an introduction to basic computer organization and instruction set architecture. Topics considered include: the instruction execution cycle; an overview of the assembly process; data representation; addressing modes, arrays and strings; translation of high-level language control structures; procedures, parameter passing, and recursion; macros and conditional assembly; interrupts and input/output; interfacing to high level languages; floating point process or architecture and instructions code; code optimization techniques

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Computer Science with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level.
24SS
June 12, 2024 - July 23, 2024
Monday March 4th 4PM



SEC A
In person
MON & WED 7pm - 10pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ENGL 2126A
Course Title: Science Fiction

Description: This course offers a historical and critical study of science fiction from its nineteenth century roots to the present. The course
will focus on writers such as Mary Shelley, H.G. Wells, Robert A. Heinlein, Stanislaw Lem, Philip K. Dick, Ursula Le Guin, William Gibson, and Margaret Atwood. Students will consider issues such as the following: what sets science fiction apart from other genres, the place of
science in society, the ethical and environmental questions that scientific advances tend to pose, how science fiction functions to raise questions about both the values of our society and our scientific advances.

Qualifications: The successful applicant will have completed at minimum a graduate degree in English Literature or English Studies from an accredited post-secondary institution. Experience successfully teaching English literature at an accredited post-secondary institution with demonstrated expertise in science fiction is considered the minimum relevant professional experience to be qualified to teach this course. Candidates will demonstrate this expertise by providing evidence of previous professional practice and post-secondary teaching experiences, and by either providing a draft course outline or explaining in detail in their cover letter what texts they will include on the reading list, how they will structure and teach this course, and how they will assess the students.
24SF
(April 29, 2024 - June 7, 2024)
FRAN 2406A


SEC A
In person
MON & WED 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
FRAN 2406A
Course Title:Communication et Culture III: Introduction au Canada francophone

Description: Ce cours offre une rapide introduction aux communautés francophones du Canada : leur langue, leur culture, leur passé et leur
avenir. On portera une attention particulière aux communautés francophones du nord de l’Ontario. Les étudiants présenteront des rapports oraux et
écrits sur différents aspects de la vie dans ces communautés. Des exercices grammaticaux et de vocabulaire viendront renforcer les compétences
de communication à l’oral et à l’écrit

Qualifications: Excellent fluency in French and mastery of the written language, including excellent understanding of the grammar, are required. A minimum of five years’ language teaching experience and a MA degree or equivalent are required.
24SF
(April 29, 2024 - June 7, 2024)
FRAN 3656A

SEC A
In person
TUES & THURS 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
FRAN 3656A
Course Title: Culture et littérature del’époque classique

Description: Ce cours offre une introduction à la culture et à la littérature de la France à l’époque classique. Qu’est-ce que la littérature peut nous apprendre de la société française et de ses valeurs au dix-septième siècle? Nous nous pencherons également sur le
développement de l’esthétique classique dans les beaux-arts, la musique, la danse, l’architecture et la littérature. Seront étudiées des œuvres de Corneille, de Molière et de Racine aussi bien que des fables de La Fontaine et des extraits des ouvrages des moralistes

Qualifications - The successful applicant will have a BA in French and experience
teaching French as a second language. Excellent competence in written and spoken
French is required.
24SS
June 12, 2024 - July 23, 2024
FRAN 3657A

SEC A
In person
MON & WED 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
FRAN 3657A
Course Title: La littérature française du dix neuvième siècle

Description: Le dix-neuvième siècle démarre avec la révolution romantique, traverse une longue période de réalisme, se termine par une envolée vers le symbolisme. Par la lecture de poèmes, nouvelles et romans choisis, nous suivrons les mouvements esthétiques de ce siècle mouvementé et haut en couleur

Qualifications: The successful applicant will have a BA or a Minor in French and experience teaching French as a second language. Excellent competence in written and spoken French is required.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ITEC 2706A

SEC A
In person
MON 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ITEC 2706A
Course Title: Mobile Technology: Design and Use

Description: This course will explore the mobile landscape, the popular mobile devices currently in use, the application of mobile technology as part of a business strategy, and the consumerization of this technology. Students will explore the challenges of integrating mobile technology into an enterprise, security and management of mobile devices, high-level mobile application design, and an overview of the technologies involved in managing a mobile work environment.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in a Computer Science field with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level.
24SS
June 12, 2024 - July 23, 2024

SEC A
In person
TUES, WED, THURS
4pm - 6pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ITEC 2706A
Course Title: Mobile Technology: Design and Use

Description: This course will explore the mobile landscape, the popular mobile devices currently in use, the application of mobile technology as part of a business strategy, and the consumerization of this technology. Students will explore the challenges of integrating mobile technology into an enterprise, security and management of mobile devices, high-level mobile application design, and an overview of the technologies involved in managing a mobile work environment.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in a Computer Science field with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level.
24SF
(April 29, 2024 - June 7, 2024)
JURI 2506A

SEC A
In person
MON & WED 4pm - 7pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 12PM
JURI 2506A
Course Title: Property Law
Description: Examines theories, forms and regulation of property

Qualifications: Graduate degree in law or a lawyer licensee with the Law Society of Ontario, demonstrated experience in teaching at the post-secondary level, and demonstrated professional or academic experience related specifically to property law.
24SS
June 12, 2024 - July 23, 2024
JURI 3616/4816A

SEC A
In person
MON & WED 9am - 12pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
JURI 3616/4816A
Course Title: Labour Law

Description: Traces the evolution of employment and labour law in the context of the justification for modern labour legislation, industrial safety regulation and employment standards

Qualifications: Graduate degree in law or a lawyer licensee with the Law Society of Ontario, demonstrated experience in teaching at the post-secondary level, and demonstrated professional or academic experience related specifically to labour law.
24SS
June 12, 2024 - July 23, 2024
PHYS 1907A


SEC A
In person
MON & WED 9am - 12pm

Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
PHYS 1907A
Course Title: General Astronomy II

Description: A continuation of PHYS 1906. Topics include properties of stars, their distances, dimensions, masses and compositions; stellar spectra, binary stars, variable stars, star clusters, and an outline of stellar evolution; interstellar matter, the structure of the Milky Way; the study of neutron stars and black holes, normal and active galaxies, galactic evolution, cosmology and theories of the universe


Qualifications: Master’s degree in Astronomy, Astrophysics, Physics or a closely related field with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level.
24SS
June 12, 2024 - July 23, 2024
POLI 4006A

SEC A
In person
MON & WED 1pm - 4pm




Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
POLI 4006A
Course Title: Politics of Immigration, Settlement, and Integration

Description: With special reference to Canadian and selected international experiences, this course examines the intricate linkages between politics, immigration, settlement, and integration of immigrants in different local and international contexts. Special attention is paid to how politics creates the framework upon which immigration, settlement, and integration policies, programs, and practices are formulated and implemented for different categories of immigrants such as refugees, family members, and economic (im)migrants etc. The historical evolution of immigration policies, programs, and practices in Canada as well as the contemporary issues surrounding global and Canadian immigration policies and programs are examined to understand how the politics of immigration, settlement, and integration shape the demographic, social, and economic development of countries around the world.

Qualifications: Graduate degree in Political Science, Public Policy/Public Administration, Sociology, or Law, as well as demonstrated experience teaching at the post-secondary level, and demonstrated academic or professional experience related to immigration policy.
24SF
(April 29, 2024 - June 7, 2024)
POLI 3427/4427A

SEC A
In person
MON & WED 9am - 12pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
POLI 3427/4427A
Course Title: Persuasion and Propaganda

Description: Examines the significance of argument and rhetoric in political life and addresses the question whether it is possible to draw a meaningful distinction between legitimate persuasion and manipulative propaganda. Students also examine the challenges of, and constructive approaches to, communicating and persuading across cultures and worldviews. The effectiveness of the mass media in shaping the terms of contemporary political discourse is also assessed.

Qualifications: Graduate degree in Political Science, Philosophy, Sociology, Media Studies, Communications, History, or Law, as well as demonstrated experience teaching at the post-secondary level, and demonstrated academic or professional experience related to the concepts of propaganda, media students, and/or the philosophy of language.
24SF
(April 29, 2024 - June 7, 2024)
STAT 2126A


SEC A
In Person
Tues & Thurs 7pm - 10pm



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
STAT 2126A
Course Title: Introduction to Statistics

Description: This course provides an introduction to basic statistical concepts
and techniques that are common to all disciplines in the Social Sciences.
The principle topics include data collection and description, the characteristics
and features of the normal probability distribution, the formulation and testing of
hypotheses, linear correlation and regression analyses.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Mathematics or closely related field with 2 years of
subject matter teaching experience at university level.

Algoma University invites applications for the position of Part-Time Contract Faculty (PTCF) in Brampton for the 2024 Spring semester.

Terms:

24SF – April 29, 2024 – June 7, 2024

24SP – April 29, 2024 – July 23, 2024

24SS – June 12, 2024 – July 23, 2024

24SF examinations will take place June 10, 2024 – June 11, 2024 as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

24SP and 24SS examinations will take place July 24 – August 2, 2024 as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

Part-Time Contract Faculty Member’s base rate salary

Lecture $7,352.89 (4% vacation pay $294.12) Total – $7,647.00 (3 credit course)

Lab $1,838.22 plus 4% vacation ($73.53) = $1,911.75 (.75 credit)

*Qualified candidates should submit a current curriculum vitae, and any other materials the applicant wishes to submit (PDF format), addressed to Faculty Dean, Algoma University.

TO APPLY, VISIT THIS LINK.

Applicants may be asked to supply letters of reference or to give permission for the PTAC to contact references by telephone or e-mail. NOTE: applications will no longer be accepted via email.

 

 

 

 

Academic Term, Course Day/Time, DeadlineCourse, Description and Qualifications
24SP
ADMN 1707
In-person


SEC M
Monday
4:00PM to 7:00PM







Deadline:
Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
ADMN 1707
Title: Understanding Esports Infrastructure
Description: Students will be able to determine logistics surrounding usage of communication platforms across different Esport ecosystems to coordinate effective event communication, planning, and implementation of event logistics which includes identifying appropriate sponsorship and streaming platforms to facilitate revenue generation. Students will explore topics such as the Esports framework within North America, the Esports ecosystem, evaluating Esports leagues in comparison to traditional sports among others.
Qualifications: 1. A master’s degree in a subject-area directly related to the business discipline taught in the course from an accredited university. 2. The following academic specializations or professional designation (s): mathematics or logistics or analytics 3. Relevant course and subject-matter experience in teaching and or practice at another accredited university. 4. A demonstrated commitment to teaching in a multicultural environment.

24SP
ADMN 4367
In-person

SEC M
Friday
4:00PM to 7:00PM










Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
ADMN 4367
Title: Advanced Marketing Planning

Description: Intended to be an integrating capstone course. It emphasizes the application of management tools in situation analysis, planning, organization, integrating, controlling, measuring and evaluating. Aimed at management and planning rather than operating practices and techniques.

Qualifications: PhD in Marketing, and both relevant industry and research experience within the last 5 years. Experience teaching the same course at another Canadian university or college, and experience teaching in a multicultural environment.
24SP
ADMN 4737
In-person


SEC M
Friday
4:00PM to 7:00PM









Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
ADMN 4737 SEC M
Title: Personal Financial Management

Description: Teaches students how to analyze personal goals and assess the financial implications of these goals, determine personal net worth, analyze financial products and services, and understand investment alternatives appropriate to individuals and families. In addition, this course explains personal taxation, insurance contracts to protect the lifestyles of families, financial alternatives in retirement, and estate planning.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Finance, Business Administration, Accounting, Economics, or a closely related field. Experience teaching relevant subject matter at a Canadian college/university and within a multicultural environment. Recent work experience (within the past 5 years) in the field is preferred.
24SP
ADMN 4747
In-person


SEC M
Friday
4:00PM to 7:00PM






Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
ADMN 4747 SEC M
Title: Corporate Finance

Description: This course provides a comprehensive examination of the financial decision-making processes within corporations. Topics include: financial analysis and planning, investment decisions (capital budgeting), cost of capital and capital structure, dividend policy,Working capital management and mergers and acquisitions.

Qualifications: Master's degree in Finance, Business Administration (with a concentration in Finance), Accounting, or a closely related field. Relevant professional designation (e.g., CFA, CPA) and industry experience in corporate finance, investment,banking, or financial consulting is strongly preferred.
24SP
ADMN 4937
In-person

SEC M
Monday
9:00AM to 12:00PM









Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
ADMN 4937 SEC M
Title: Marketing on the Internet

Description: This course examines the integration of the internet in an organization’s marketing strategy. Topics include goals for online marketing,
customer communications, interactive internet pages, and customer service issues.

Qualifications: An accredited MBA or Master's degree demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have demonstrated internet/online marketing knowledge and work experience. Master's degree is accredited and recognized by Canadian universities.
24SP
ADMN 4947
In-person


SEC M
Tuesday
7:00PM to 10:00PM







Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
ADMN 4947 SEC M
Title: Advertising Theory and Practice

Description: A study of the principles and practices in various advertising media such as newspapers, radio, television, outdoor and direct mail; consideration of creative methods, consumer behaviour, measurement of effectiveness and coordination with other aspects of the promotional program.

Qualifications: MBA with Marketing specialization and industry experience with Ad copy and designing Ad programs or MSc in Marketing and industry experience with Ad copy and designing Ad programs Course-specific teaching experience or work experience in this area.
24SP
ADMN 4957
In-person



SEC M
Saturday
7:00PM to 10:00PM
ADMN 4957 SEC M
Title: Research Methods II
Description: This course is designed to apply the research techniques and methods learned in Research Methods I. Students will design an original, comprehensive research project/report in the area of business, economics, finance and/or marketing. They will identify/develop research problems/issues to be addressed; design a data collection instrument; collect and analyze the data; interpret the research findings; prepare a written report and make an oral presentation of their findings.
Qualifications: PhD in Business or Economics, and both industry and research experience within the last 5 years. Experience teaching the same course at another
Canadian university or college, and experience teaching in a multicultural environment.
24SS CESD 3906/4906



SEC M
Monday to Friday
9:00AM to 5:00PM
CESD 3906/4906
Government and Democratic Processes in Community Development

Description: This course will explore the critical links and influences of municipal, provincial, federal, and Indigenous governments on community development practice and vice versa. Issues of focus will include influence and advocacy, jurisdiction, intergovernmental relations, and engagement in political processes.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree with five years’ experience in community development and local, provincial, federal, or Indigenous government.

Undergraduate teaching experience is required. Demonstrated experience with anti-oppressive practice or theory required (including, but not limited to work with Indigenous, racialized, 2SLGBTQQIAAP+, and/or other equity seeking communities).
24SP
COSC 2596
In-person

SEC M
Saturday
1:00PM to 4:00PM













Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
COSC 2596
Title: Interaction Design and Testing
Description: Interaction design concerns the design and testing of interactive digital products, systems, services and environments (including applications for mobile devices). This field supports the way people communicate and interact in their everyday and working lives, such as mobile software applications for entertaining. It focuses on the creation of engaging, effective, intuitive and aesthetically pleasing user interfaces, based on the interface’s form and user’s behaviour. A fundamental aspect of this field is to understand how users and technology communicate with each other, with the aim of satisfying the desires and needs of most of the users. In this course, students will explore how digital products create user experiences, and understand the role that interaction with digital products fulfils in human existence. At the end of the course, students will improve their ability to present their design ideas and concepts.
Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Computer Science field with two years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level. Knowledge of software design and testing tools is required.
24SP
COSC 2956
In -person


SEC M
Saturday
7:00PM to 10:00PM


SEC N
Saturday
9:00AM to 12:00PM

Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
COSC 2956
Course Title: Internet Tools

Description: Various internet tools and services are examined. These include advanced editors, Java, JavaScript, web browsers, ftp, and the creation and maintenance of web pages and web sites. The course emphasizes the integration of these tools into a programming environment.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Computer Science or related fields with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in JavaScript, FTP and web development techniques is required.
24SP
COSC 3117
In-person



SEC M
Tuesday
7:00PM to 10:00PM






Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
COSC 3117
Course Title: Artificial Intelligence

Description: This course examines the goals and methods of artificial intelligence. The goals are to understand and to create intelligent software. The methods investigated include logic, search, knowledge representation systems, neural networks, machine learning and artificial life. Some applications such as expert systems, vision or game playing will be demonstrated.
Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Computer Science field with two years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level. Knowledge of machine learning, natural language processing and computer vision is required.
24SP
COSC 3707
In-person

SEC M
Wednesday
4:00PM to 7:00PM

SEC N
Tuesday
7:00PM to 10:00PM

SEC O
Tuesday
4:00PM to 7:00PM

SEC P
Friday
1:00PM to 4:00PM

SEC Q
Saturday
9:00AM to 12:00PM


Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
COSC 3707 SEC (M,N,O,P,Q)
Course Title: Techniques of Systems Analysis

Description: Information gathering and reporting. Structured systems analysis: information flows, data dictionary, functional specification, pseudo code, decision tables, logical file structures. System modeling and evaluation: feasibility, hardware selection, cost/benefit analysis, budget and scheduling.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in a Computer Science field with 2 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level.
24SP
COSC 3796
In-person


SEC M
Thursday
7:00PM to 10:00PM





Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
COSC 3796
Title: Information Technology Security and Privacy
Computer Security and Privacy is a critical topic in today’s world. It is imperative to have an understanding of cryptography, network security, access levels, software development security, as well as security governance and risk management. This course will go over many areas of security and also discuss privacy and its importance. Students will spend time coding, researching, and analyzing algorithms to obtain a greater understanding of security and privacy.
Qualifications: A Master’s degree in Computer Science field with two years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level.
24SS
COSC 4427
In-person



SEC M
Monday and Wednesday
9:00AM to 12:00PM







Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
COSC 4427
Course Title: Internet of Things

Course Description: This course covers a current topic in Computer Science that will provide an introduction to the Internet of Things. In this course the major goals, standards, tools and technologies that constitute the Internet of Things, will be studied and some major challenges and constraints will be identified. The students will get familiarized with some of the existing tools and devices that are used to form the networks of things.
Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Computer Science with minimum 2 years of teaching experience at the university level. Practical work experience in microcontrollers is also preferred. Familiarity with C programming language and computer sensors are an asset.
24SP
COSC 4436
In-person


SEC M
Monday
9:00AM to 12:00PM






Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
COSC 4436 SEC M
Course title: Computer Networks
Course Description: This course is based on the seven-layered ISO Open Systems Interconnection model for computer networks. Both hardware and software topics will be considered. Typical applications including mail networks, electronic offices and distributed file systems will be studied. Standard transport technologies based on point-to-point links and on broadcast principles will be covered.
Qualifications: - Master's degree in a computer science or related field with two years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Practical work experience in computer networks administration is also preferred.
24SF
MATH 1036
In-person



SEC M
Monday and Wednesday
9:00AM to 12:00PM




Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
MATH 1036
Course Title: Calculus I

Description: This is a problem-solving course in which an extensive treatment of differential calculus and an introduction to integral calculus is given. The course covers limits, continuity and differentiation of functions including exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions. Emphasis
is placed on practical applications of the derivative such as graph sketching, extrema and related rate problems. Other topics will include: anti-derivatives; area under curves; indeterminate forms.

Qualifications: Master's Degree in Mathematics or related field with two years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in differential calculus is required.
24SS
MATH 1037
In-person



SEC M
Monday and Wednesday
7:00PM to 10:00PM






Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
MATH 1037 SEC M
Course Title: Calculus II
Description: This course begins with various techniques of integration, applications of the integral to areas between curves, and arc length of curves (including polar curves), volumes of solids of revolution, volumes by slicing and areas of surfaces of revolution. The course continues with solving some first-order differential equations and concludes with improper integrals and aspects of functions of several variables.

Qualifications: Master's Degree in Mathematics or related field with two years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in differential calculus is required.
24SP
Math Lab
In-person














Monday March 4, 2024 at 4PM
Math Lab Instructor
As a key member of the Learning Centre Team, the Math Lab Instructor’s primary function is to provide support for degree program students who seek to improve their math skills.
Duties will include tutoring individuals, facilitating small-group workshops, delivering occasional seminars, maintaining confidential student records, tracking usage of the service, reporting per semester on services provided through the math lab and other related functions, in accordance with the Learning Centre Policies and Procedures.
The position will tutor and support non-Math majors who require assistance developing basic and advanced math skills in relation to courses such as MATH, Statistics, etc. This support will also include ability to use software programs such as SPSS and MS Excel. More advanced-level support may also be required but with lesser demand.

Algoma University – TIMMINS 

Algoma University invites applications for the positions of Part-Time Contract Faculty (PTCF) on our Timmins campus for the 2024 SPRING semester.

 

Terms:

24SF  –   APRIL 29th, 2024  – JUNE 7, 2024

24SP  –  APRIL 29th, 2024  – JULY 23rd, 2024

24SS  –  JUNE 12, 2024 – JULY 23rd, 2024

The 24SF examinations will take place on JUNE 10th, 2024 – JUNE 11th, 2024. The 24SP & 24SS  examinations will take place from JULY 24th – AUGUST 2, 2024 – as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

Qualified candidates should submit a current curriculum vitae, and any other materials the applicant wishes to submit, as well as application materials requested by the specific posting (PDF format), addressed to Faculty Dean, Algoma University. TO APPLY, VISIT THIS LINK. Applicants may be asked to supply letters of reference or to give permission for the PTAC to contact references by telephone or e-mail. NOTE: applications will no longer be accepted via email.

Part-Time Contract Faculty Member’s base rate salary – $7,352.89 (4% vacation pay $294.12) Total – $7,647.00

 

 

Academic Term, Course Day/Time, DeadlineCourse, Description and Qualifications
24SS
June 17, 2024 - June 21, 2024
CESD 3906/4906T

SEC A
In person (accelerated)
MON, TUES, WED, THURS FRI
9am - 5pm

Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
CESD 3906/4906T - Accelerated
Course Title: Selected Topics I: (Applicant to submit a proposal for the Special Topic)

Description: The topic of this course varies with the instructor and the year. This course will provide advanced coverage of particular topics in CESD with accompanying practical work. Specific content will vary from year to year, depending on the expertise available. Usually the course will concern the instructor’s research or area of CESD practice.

Qualifications: Master Degree with five years experience in social movements focused on advocacy for peace, land-rights, self-determination, and gender equity. Demonstrated experience working with diverse populations is required, including, but not limited to work with Indigenous, racialized, 2SLGBTQQIAAP+, and/or other equity seeking communities.
** we ask the applicant to submit a proposal for the Special Topic**

Algoma University – DISTANCE ED ASYNCHRONOUS / RSA REMOTE SYNCHRONOUS ASYNCHRONOUS / HYBRID

Algoma University invites applications for the positions of Part-Time Contract Faculty (PTCF) for the 2024 SPRING semester.

Terms:

24SF  –   APRIL 29th, 2024  – JUNE 7, 2024

24SP  –  APRIL 29th, 2024  – JULY 23rd, 2024

24SS  –  JUNE 12, 2024 – JULY 23rd, 2024

 

The 24SF examinations will take place on JUNE 10th, 2024 – JUNE 11th, 2024. The 24SP & 24SS  examinations will take place from JULY 24th – AUGUST 2, 2024 – as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

Qualified candidates should submit a current curriculum vitae, and any other materials the applicant wishes to submit, as well as application materials requested by the specific posting (PDF format), addressed to Faculty Dean, Algoma University. TO APPLY, VISIT THIS LINK. Applicants may be asked to supply letters of reference or to give permission for the PTAC to contact references by telephone or e-mail. NOTE: applications will no longer be accepted via email.

Part-Time Contract Faculty Member’s base rate salary

Lecture  $7,352.89 (4% vacation pay $294.12) Total – $7,647.00 (3 credit)

Lab  $1,838.22 plus 4% vacation ($73.53) = $1,911.75 (.75 credit)

 

Delivery Mode Definitions:

*Distance Education / Asynchronous Instruction: The course materials – lectures, videos, assignments, assessments, discussion boards, etc. – are prepared prior to course delivery, and which students complete on a more flexible schedule (asynchronous). Delivered on an LMS (e.g., Brightspace, Moodle, etc.).

*Remote Synchronous/Asynchronous Instruction: The instructor teaches using meeting technology (e.g. Zoom, Google Meet) at a scheduled time (from a classroom or other location), with students attending and participating remotely only. Students will complete some of the learning objectives via asynchronous means, including completing additional readings, videos and/or assignments and/or viewing pre-recorded lectures.

* Hybrid Instruction: The instructor is present in the classroom at the scheduled time/day, with students present who wish to attend in person, and students who prefer not to attend in person participating remotely at the same time (synchronous). The student makes the choice for any given class and can switch as needed. Requires additional support for content preparation, technology and class management (advance budget approval required).


24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 2707A


SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 2707A
Course Title: Fundamentals of Esports Management

Description: Students will explore and analyze different management styles in esports that are applicable to teams, leagues and players that enable them to understand the relationship between team managers/ coaches and the players and their respective roles. Students will explore topics such as the difference between teams & leagues, and player management best practices. Compare and contrast the best practices of conventional sports teams, leagues, and athletes. Determine which Esports agencies are currently representing players. Examine the roles that agencies play in the protection of players. Create an organizational framework for managing players and teams

Qualifications:
1. An MBA or Master’s degree in a subject-area directly related to sports management from an accredited university.
2. Relevant course or teaching experience in an Esports program from an accredited university.
3. A demonstrated commitment to teaching in a multicultural environment.
4. Candidates will demonstrate their approach and experience to teaching and engaging students in an asynchronous online environment.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 3707A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 3707A
Course Title: Brand Activation and Sponsorship for Esports

Description: This course will enable students to develop skills associated with evaluating and selecting the best sponsorship models that will enable content regulation, develop partnerships and collaborative relationships with major relevant sponsors and facilitate positive brand association. Students will explore topics such as examining Esports Sponsors, and significant stakeholders in the industry. Training on preparing appealing pitch decks and presenting techniques that are to a brand team. Determining Sponsorship sales methods and identifying how to activate brands in different ways by comparing brand activation techniques for online and in-person events

Qualifications:
1. A Master’s degree in a subject-area directly related to the business
discipline taught in the course from an accredited university.
2. Relevant course and subject-matter experience in teaching and or practice
at another accredited university.
3. A demonstrated commitment to teaching in a multicultural environment
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 3756A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous





Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 3756A
Course Title: Event Planning for Esports

Description: This course will teach students what it means to manage projects in an emerging esports field focusing on essential components in the building, managing, and closing of esports events. Topics that will be covered under this course are project management techniques from beginning to end of the event. Analyzing different case studies from some of the industry’s most important events. Learning key project management concepts that will help in determining the best techniques for event management.


Qualifications:
1. A Master’s degree in a subject-area directly related to the business
discipline taught in the course from an accredited university.
2. Relevant course and subject-matter experience in teaching and or practice
at another accredited university.
3. A demonstrated commitment to teaching in a multicultural environment
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4367A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4367A
Course Title: Advanced Marketing Planning

Description: Intended to be an integrating capstone course. It emphasizes the application of management tools in situation analysis, planning, organization, integrating, controlling, measuring and evaluating. Aimed at management and planning rather than operating practices and techniques

Qualifications: PhD in Marketing, and both relevant industry and research experience within the last 5 years. Experience teaching the same course at another Canadian university or college, and experience teaching in a multicultural environment.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4707A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4707A
Course Title: Esports Law

Description: Students will have an introductory understanding of how law integrates into the esports industry, and the importance of understanding contracts, intellectual property and how players can protect themselves. Students will understand the dynamics of international law at play when organizing and hosting esport events across platforms. Students will explore topics such as current Esports contracts through case studies. Conducting a comparison program between Esports and traditional sports. Studying about employee and contractor legislation rules in Esports. Learning about laws that will protect the players, teams and leagues in the
Esports community.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in sector related discipline or Law Diploma with a focus on sports, marketing or related.Demonstrated work experience in E-sports law, marketing law or related within the last 5 years.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4937A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4937A
Course Title: Marketing on the Internet

Description: This course examines the integration of the internet in an organization’s marketing strategy. Topics include goals for online marketing, customer communications, interactive internet pages, and customer service issues.

Qualifications: MBA or Master's degree demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have demonstrated internet/online marketing knowledge and work experience. Master's degree is accredited and recognized by Canadian universities.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ADMN 4957A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ADMN 4957A
Title: Research Methods II

Description: This course is designed to apply the research techniques and methods learned in Research Methods I. Students will design an original, comprehensive research project/report in the area of business, economics, finance and/or marketing. They will identify/develop research problems/issues to be addressed; design a data collection instrument; collect and analyze the data; interpret the research findings; prepare a written report and make an oral presentation of their findings.

Qualifications: PhD in Business or Economics, and both industry and research experience within the last 5 years. Experience teaching the same course at another
Canadian university or college, and experience teaching in a multicultural environment.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
AVIA 4406A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
AVIA 4206A
Course Title: Corporate Aviation Management

Description: Students review the history, advancement and operation of corporate
airlines. This course examines major components of an airline’s operations, the
relationship between various airlines, and how operational issues affect the airlines and passengers. Participants discuss topics in computerized reservations systems, yield management, traffic flow policies, flight systems and personnel. Also, this course examines passenger and cargo operations, ground operations and safety practices

Qualifications: Master’s degree relevant to the course material and subject matter expertise. Specific Subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level and experience teaching in a multicultural environment. Relevant work experience in this field within the past 5 years
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
AVIA 4406A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
AVIA 4406A
Course Title: Crew Resource Management - CRM certification

Description: Strategies to optimize your use of staff, equipment and procedures to
prevent error at each phase of flight. Human error accounts for up to 80% of accidents in civil aviation. This certificate course examines the complex threat and error environments common to today’s workplace, providing best practices to increase flight safety. A recognized standard throughout the industry, IATA’s Crew Resource Management (CRM) training is used by leading airlines to improve teamwork within their crews and reduce the frequency of accidents. Students walk in to their prospective employer by possessing certification which could enhance employment opportunities. Certificate details: A world recognized CRM certification from IATA will allow students to deploy those skills immediately related to their direct course of employment.

Qualifications: Master’s degree with a recognized certification relevant to the course material and subject matter expertise (CRM certification or equivalent). Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level and experience teaching in a multicultural environment. Relevant work experience in this field within the past 5 years.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
AVIA 4506A

SEC A
Online Distance Ed
Asynchronous



Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
AVIA 4506A
Course Title: Commercial Drone Operations - Drone certification

Description: This course will cover all aspects of the Remote Pilot Aircraft System RPAS to become a qualified drone pilot under the Transport Canada Regulation “Knowledge Requirements for Pilots of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems 250 g up to including 25 Kg, Operating within Visual Line of Sight (VLOS) – TP 15263”. The course is designed to prepare students with the knowledge and abilities to successfully obtain the license and certificate to fly in compliance with the regulations. If successful in passing qualification exams; students will receive their own drone operator’s license and become drone pilots

Qualifications: Master’s degree relevant to the course material and subject matter expertise including drone certification. Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level and experience teaching in a multicultural environment. Relevant work experience in this field within the past 5 years.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ECON 3016A

SEC A - RSA
Remote Synchronous Asynchronous
Tues 9am - 12pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ECON 3016A - RSA
Course Title: Public Finance I

Description: Public revenues and expenditures; theory of social goods; growth in public expenditure; economic analysis of individual taxes.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Economics or a closely related discipline. Specific subject-matter-related teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
COSC 5437A/M

SEC A - RSA
Remote Synchronous Asynchronous
MON 1pm - 4pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ECON 3017A - RSA
Course Title: Public Finance II

Description: Fiscal policy; public debt; fiscal federalism and other contemporary issues.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Economics or a closely related discipline. Specific subject-matter-related teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
24SP
April 29, 2024 - July 23, 2024
ECON 3906A

SEC A - RSA
Remote Synchronous Asynchronous
MON 9am - 12pm


Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
ECON 3906A - RSA
Course Title: Selected Topics in Economics I

Description: The topic of this course varies with the instructor and the year. Actual topic reflects the research/teaching interests of the instructor and current world events.

Qualifications: The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in Economics or a closely related discipline. Specific subject-matter-related teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
24SF
(April 29, 2024 - June 7, 2024)
SWRK 3206T


SEC A - RSA
Remote Synchronous Asynchronous
MON & WED 7pm - 10pm




Deadline:
Monday March 4th 4PM
SWRK 3206T - RSA
Course Title: Anti-oppressive Social Work Practice: Anishinaabe, Structural and Feminist Perspectives

Description:This course enables students to critically analyze social realities and social work knowledge, theories and approaches, with an aim of developing a critical, reflexive, and anti-oppressive approach to social work practice. Theories of power, oppression, and resistance and processes of social change will be examined, with a focus on integrating structural, Anishinaabe and feminist perspectives. These critical approaches will be contrasted with dominant approaches to social work practice. The aim of this course is to equip students to address social injustice and engage in social change processes through social work practice in Indigenous, northern, rural, and remote contexts .

Qualifications: The applicant must have a Ph.D. in Adult Education and Community Development with an area of social policy, social work, social services with teaching experience in social services and cultural studies. Also required: Demonstrated extensive knowledge of anti-oppression and anti- racist perspective in teaching, learning and practice. Demonstrated analytical ability to bring on board conversation of ‘race’, ethnicity and racism. The candidate must have demonstrated knowledge through publication of one of the following forms of racism: anti-Black racism, anti- Asian racism, anti-Indigenous racism, and various manifestations of racism in Canada historically and at present. Previous post-secondary instruction at the undergraduate level, and/or at the community level is required. Also required: -Knowledge of generalist, structural, feminist, anti-oppressive, anti-racism and Indigenous theories; -Must be able to facilitate a critical awareness of the inseparable connection between theory and practice and an understanding of visible and invisible forms of power and oppression and their implication to transformative social work practice; -Equally important is competence in using theoretical tools when undertaking analysis of issues pertaining to social work and everyday social life contexts; -A critical capacity to be self-reflexive about the ideological perspectives and values that underpin practices, so as not to replicate unjust forms of power are also examined. -Must be prepared to use Moodle and to teach the course using a hybrid delivery format through Contact North technology, and either with google meet and/or Zoom.

Community Coordinator

The Community Coordinator will assist NORDIK Institute with various community outreach and event coordinating.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

 

Postdoctoral Fellowship – Plant and Soil Ecology

Algoma University’s Plant & Soil Ecology lab is currently seeking an exceptional postdoctoral fellow at the Sault Ste. Marie campus. The research will center around an NSERC-funded project conducted in collaboration with Dr. Stephen Mayor of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. The project’s primary objective is to elucidate the impact of climate change factors on plant-soil biotic interactions following wildfires, with direct implications for boreal forest community assembly, key soil processes, ecological succession, and tree migration. Special emphasis will be placed on mycorrhizal symbioses, including both ecto- and endomycorrhizas.

The project entails replicated permanent plots situated in diverse forest types within the vicinity of Pukaskwa National Park, renowned as one of Canada’s most iconic parks. The appointed postdoc will be provided with the necessary resources to conduct field work, as well as access to state-of-the-art laboratories, greenhouses, and growth chamber facilities. Available facilities include a molecular lab equipped with second-generation sequencing instruments and a Level 2 microbiology lab. 

The lab is located at the Sault Ste. Marie, ON campus in the new Biosciences & Technology Convergence Centre. The Ontario Forestry Research Institute is located within walking distance.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

 

Community Outreach Facilitator – NORDIK

Working under the supervision of the Waa’ Naamaaged, the Community Outreach Facilitators will support engagement with 85 Indigenous communities from which children were forced to attend Shingwauk Residential Schools, as well as Knowledge Keepers and Elders as appropriate. Engagement will focus on the development and implementation of cultural and communications protocols that will guide the search, fieldwork and commemorative activities undertaken by CSAA and its partners. Approximately 50% of staff time will be spent in First Nation communities.

For further information about this position and how to apply for it, please click here.

Minimum Qualifications

The applicant must have the minimum academic qualifications and the minimum relevant professional experience that aligns with the job posting (above).

Application Process

When applying for faculty positions, qualified candidates should submit, electronically, a letter of application, curriculum vitae and three references addressed to Dr. István Imre, Acting Academic Dean, Algoma University. Email: [email protected]

For all other positions, submit your application via e-mail to [email protected] unless an alternate recipient is specified in the job posting.

A cover letter is required for faculty positions.

A cover letter is not required for other positions, but we recommend including one as it helps us get to know you better.

You should submit separate applications for each position that interests you.

General applications can be sent to our recruiting email at [email protected] and will be kept in our electronic file for six months. It would be helpful to stipulate in the subject line which area of the university you are interested in working.

New non-union positions are posted on Algoma University website on a regular basis. Union positions are also posted on the website after it has been determined that there are no qualified internal applicants.

External applications are only accepted via e-mail [email protected]

People and Culture is located in the CC building on the main floor near CC2014

Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

It is preferred that you communicate through our People and Culture Department using the [email protected] e-mail address.

Your application will be kept in our electronic database for a minimum of six months.