Multiple Disciplines - Assistant Professors and Instructors

University of Manitoba

Location: Manitoba
Date posted: 2012-11-05

The Faculty of Arts is the largest and most intellectually diverse academic unit at the University of Manitoba. It is home to 18 departments and 10 centres and institutes encompassing a full range of undergraduate and graduate programs in the humanities and social sciences. Some 450 people are employed in our faculty, including over 240 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) teaching staff. The Faculty of Arts has the largest number of student enrolments of all UM faculties.

The University of Manitoba encourages applications from qualified women and men, including members of visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities, people of all sexual orientation and genders, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of the University. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

The University of Manitoba is Western Canada's first university, founded in 1877. A medical-doctoral university, it is located in Winnipeg, one of Canada's great historic cities with affordable housing, great outdoor recreation and a uniquely vibrant cultural and artistic life. Over 29,000 students are taking advantage of over 100 programs.

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ASSISTANT PROFESSORS - The Faculty of Arts invites applications for faculty positions at the rank of Assistant Professor in the following areas:

Department of Anthropology
Socio-Cultural, Race and Ethnicity

Department of English, Film, and Theatre
Literature from 1640 to 1750

Department of French, Spanish and Italian
Modern French and Francophone Literature

Department of Linguistics
Cree/Ojibway Linguistics

Department of Political Studies
Political Theory

Department of Psychology
Clinical Psychology
Applied Behaviour Analysis

INSTRUCTORS - The Faculty of Arts invites applications at the Instructor rank in the following areas:

Department of Classics
Introductory Classics/Greek/Latin

Department of Psychology
Clinical and School Psychology

Deadline for initial review of applications is November 30, 2012.

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