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Department of Integrated Studies in Education

Assistant Professor in Multi-Literacies/Literacies (Due date for submission 10 February 2015)

The Department of Integrated Studies in Education invites applications for a new position at the level of Assistant Professor in Multiliteracies. The successful candidate will possess a PhD in education or a related field and must have an academic profile centred on practice and research in the area of multiliteracies. We are using the term multiliteracies to signal two things: 1) the ways in which literacy is a social practice shaped by context, culture, history, etc. so is multiple and plural (multi-literacies), and 2) an expansion of literacy from reading and writing alphabetic text to embrace multimodal forms of communication and understanding (eg., visual, aural, kinesthetic, gestural)  made possible  by technology and new media (such as video-production, digital storytelling, texting). It is expected that the successful candidate will contribute to one or more of the following content areas: English Language Arts, Reading Education, Children’s and/or Young Adult Literatures, New Literacy Studies, Critical Media Literacy, and Literacy in Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts.

Responsibilities will include teaching and student-teaching supervision in our Bachelor of Education and Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning programs, as well as teaching and thesis supervision in our MA and PhD programs. The committee welcomes applicants with experience in elementary and/or secondary schools. Strong assets will also be an ability to function in French, and an intimate knowledge of and connection to marginalized communities, inviting applicants to become part of a diversifying faculty.


The Department of Integrated Studies in Education is a vibrant research environment that includes colleagues from many areas of research and teaching. The mission of the Department of Integrated Studies in Education is to advance knowledge and research in, and contribute to, education in Quebec, Canada and internationally.  The Department is also committed to working in partnership with educational organizations and related groups to identify and meet the evolving needs of their institutions. We invite applicants to become part of a diversifying faculty. McGill is Canada’s leading research-intensive university with students from over 140 countries. The university is located in Montréal, a cosmopolitan city with great cultural and linguistic diversity. The Department sits within a Faculty of Education conducting internationally recognised research and preparing highly talented students for successful careers as educators and educational researchers.

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority. McGill University is committed to equity in employment and diversity. We welcome applications from indigenous peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, women, persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities and others who may contribute to further diversification. A letter of application that directly addresses essential requirements and assets, accompanied by your curriculum vitae, three letters of reference, and two samples of published work, should be sent via email to Mr. Michael Canavan, Administrative Officer, Department of Integrated Studies in Education, Faculty of Education, McGill University at Michael [dot] Canavan [at] mcgill [dot] ca. Please contact the Department Chair, Dr. Steven Jordan, with any questions (steven [dot] jordan [at] mcgill [dot] ca).  Review of applications will begin 10 February 2015.
 

Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology

Three tenure-track positions in Human Development, Learning Sciences and School/Applied Child Psychology

The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology invites applications for three tenure-track positions in Human Development, Learning Sciences and School/Applied Child Psychology at the Assistant Professor rank starting as early as August 1, 2015.

Tenure-Track position in Human Development (pdf)

Tenure-Track Position in Learning Sciences (pdf)

Tenure-Track Position in School/Applied Child Psychology (pdf)

ECP Course Lecturer Positions

Those interested in teaching a course for the Department of Educational & Counselling Psychology are asked to send an email to ecpapplication [dot] education [at] mcgill [dot] ca with the following information:

  • Subject line of your email should read: Course Lecturer Application
  • Attach your teaching resume
  • Include a list of ECP courses that you wish to apply to teach
    • (ECP courses can be viewed by class schedule in Minerva. First you must select a term, then by selecting all those courses beginning with the following four letters: EDPC, EDPE, EDPI, EDPH and EDPT, you will be able to view a list of the courses ECP will be offering).  Those with a current listing of TBA in the instructor column, are open for applications. **Please note that the list of courses may be subject to change.**

Please note that the Department accepts applications for Fall and Winter courses at the beginning in April of each year until all positions are filled.

The Department accepts applications for the Spring/Summer term in March of each year until all positions are filled.

For further information about Course Lecturer positions at McGill University, please refer to the Course Lecturers page on the Academic Personnel Office website.

Research Assistant Position - ATLAS Lab

The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology invites applications for a Research Associate position.

The Research Associate will assist with the management of research activities involving the design, development, evaluation, and implementation of technology-rich learning environments (TREs). The candidate will be involved in building, modifying and testing technology rich learning environments, establishing student models and dynamic forms of assessments, adept with physiological data and affective sensing devices, coding, think-aloud protocols and log file analyses. The focus of the research is examining the relationship between learning and affect in specific contexts. The candidate will work with Dr. Susanne Lajoie to conduct research with members of an interdisciplinary team, contribute to scholarly writing, coordinate team meetings and help coordinate grant milestones and reporting.

For more information, download the Research Associate pdf.


Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education

Tenure-track Position in Physical and Health Education Pedagogy: Please download the .pdf:
(in english):  mcgill-kpe-physical_and_health_education_pedagogy_english.pdf
(en francais):  mcgill-kpe-physical_and_health_education_pedagogy_french.pdf


Office of Leadership in Community and International Initiatives (LCII)

There are currently no academic employment opportunities available.

Casual/Other/Student Employment Opportunities

Bargaining Unit Support Staff Opportunities are listed on McGill's Human Resources Website
 

Temporary Position Available

The Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education is actively looking to fill the temporary position of Student Advisor.

Position Summary:
Provide guidance and support to a diverse student population, which is responsive to their academic needs, facilitates the pursuit of their educational goals and ensures that they make the most of their University experience. Perform and/or organize student affairs activities to support the daily operations of the department, ensuring that student affairs and advising functions are carried out in accordance with established goals and objectives. Maintain good rapport with students and staff within the department and the University community. Establish and foster effective working relationships by identifying needs and providing support in the delivery of service to students. Implement administrative procedures or systems that are moderately complex to support the department's operations and to ensure that services, such as administering student affairs or assessing academic needs, meet or exceed established quality requirements. Act as advisor to unit members regarding University policies and procedures.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Assist in the planning and administration of student affairs related projects.
• Interview students and assess academic needs in accordance with established policies and procedures. Advise students on academic issues.
• Authorize course selection, course and university withdrawals, deferred and supplemental exams.
• Coordinate the examination and/or registration process. Act as liaison between faculties/departments/units and students with regard to procedures and regulations.
• Determine admission eligibility of applicant from diverse backgrounds, considering multiple sources of information.
• Evaluate student files and records to determine transferability of credits or exemptions, academic standing and graduation.
• Interpret information received and select the most appropriate procedures for administering student affairs.
• Interpret policies and participate in policy formulation.
• Produce reports on student academic issues. Compile statistics and data for inclusion in University and external reports.
• Participate in the development and maintenance of office systems. Oversee the development and maintenance of up-to-date records.

• Supervise support staff. Regularly confer with unit officials in order to plan ahead and co-ordinate administrative support needs.
• Assess and resolve administrative problems. When appropriate, inform supervisor and formulate recommendations.
• Administer physical resources of the unit or building in compliance with University and government regulations.
• Participate in special projects.

Education and Experience: Undergraduate degree, One (1) year related experience
OR DEC III, Three (3) years' related experience

Reference Number: KPE-03-2015.

Faculty/Unit: Faculty of Education – Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education.

Job category: Casual management.

Hours: 33.75 hours per week.

Salary: $25.08 per hour.

Duration: 6 months.

How to Apply:

Please submit your curriculum vitae and cover letter, clearly indicating the reference number, via email to Ms. kate [dot] hooton [at] mcgill [dot] ca (Kate Hooton), Internships & Student Affairs Officer, at kate [dot] hooton [at] mcgill [dot] ca

Deadline: March 13, 2015.

student_advisor_kpe.pdf