Faculty and Staff Careers

ISUP invites applications for the following position(s):

Assistant to the Director - Closing Date: 04/27/2022, 11:59PM ET

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Reporting into the Assistant Director, ISUP, the Administrative Assistant to the Associate Director is responsible for providing administrative support to the Associate Director, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) and the Associate Director, Curriculum. The incumbent will contribute to the development of ISUP by fostering cooperative working relationships with a wide variety of internal and external contacts, developing and maintaining procedures; and supporting administrative workflow and objectives.

The incumbent will provides organizational, communication and outreach support to the Associate Directors on a wide range of research and curriculum initiatives. They will also support tasks associated with annual curriculum planning, including preparing postings and letter of offers to non-appointed employee (CUPE3902, Unit #1, 3 and USW).

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Keeping well-informed on University programs, policies and procedures
  • Responding to enquiries within the defined scope of the role and redirecting as appropriate
  • Identifying and introducing variations to established administration processes
  • Keeping well-informed on leadership commitments and priorities
  • Disseminating promotional and outreach materials to internal and external stakeholders
  • Researching and writing news stories for assigned channels
     

Sessional Lecturer ISP010H5 - Closing Date: 04/28/2022, 11:59PM EDT

Sessional Dates of Appointment: May 9, 2022 - June 20, 2022

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Sessional Lecturer ISP010H5 - Closing Date: 05/16/2022, 11:59PM EDT

Sessional Dates of Appointment: July 4, 2022 - August 15, 2022

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ISP010H5 - Basics of Writing in English (BoWiE)

ISP010 is a course dedicated to foundational writing support in small in-person seminars. Classes are comprised predominantly of ELL students and topics range from paragraph and sentence level construction to aspects of metacognition and general writing studies theory. ISP010 is directly connected to a first year writing composition course, and therefore the successful candidate will need to assist with these connected pieces including a writing diagnostic administered in the first week of term.

Minimum Qualifications: A completed or nearly completed doctoral degree. Demonstrated experience working in multilingual classes. Knowledge of writing assessment practices.

Preferred Qualifications: Experience teaching first-year university students preferred. Previous experience working in collaborative academic environments.

Description of Duties:

Preparation and delivery of course material, preparation and delivery of assignments, tests and/or exams; supervision of teaching assistants (includes providing instruction on how to mark, as well as holding office hours); marking of students’ work (during the term and beyond if an extension of time is granted by the university officials); submission of grades to university officials; and holding regular office hours.