Course Lecturer positions are governed by the McGill Course Lecturers and Instructors Union (MCLIU) collective agreement. Please consult the collective agreement for additional information on the selection process.
The Priority Point list for the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology is available here: Current List of Priority Points (Updated as of December 2018)
ECP doctoral students who have successfully completed their comprehensive exam are eligible to apply for the positions posted on this Web page. As per ECP Departmental policy, other ECP students are not eligible to teach ECP courses.
Please note that offers are subject to budgetary restrictions.
Applications are submitted electronically, via email to ecp [at] mcgill.ca (subject: Course%20Lecturer%20Application%20Summer%202018%20-%20) . The subject line of your email should have the following format: " Course Lecturer Application Semester Year YourLastName" e.g., "Course Lecturer Application Summer 2016 Smith". Your application should include the following:
- Academic CV (PDF file format preferable). Please format as follows: last name CV and year eg "Smith CV 2016"
- MCLIU Application Form
- Optional: Cover letter. Your cover letter should be concise and focused. It should outline the specific expertise and experience you have in relation to the course(s) you are applying to teach and how you meet the Teaching Qualification Requirements (TQRs) for the courses in question.
NOTE: Due to the large number of applications we receive for course lecturer positions, unfortunately we cannot respond to each applicant individually. Only those being offered a position will be contacted. Thank you for your interest and your understanding.
Applications for the Summer 2019 positions listed below will be accepted until February 16, 2019 at 11:59 PM
- EDPC 608: Group Counselling: Theory [view posting here]
- EDPC 618: Professional Ethics and the Law [view posting here]
- EDPC 624: Group Counselling: Practice [view posting here]
- EDPH 689: Teaching and Learning in Higher Education [view posting here]