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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

Algoma University is an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environment. We will accommodate the needs of the applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process, per the University’s Multi-Year Accessibility Plan (PDF). Please advise the Human Resources Department to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

Positions are open to all qualified applicants, although preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada. Algoma University is an inclusive and equitable campus encouraging applications from qualified women and men including persons with disabilities, members of visible minorities and Aboriginal persons.

The successful candidate, as a condition of employment, will be required to provide a Police Records Check, which is acceptable to Algoma University and administered by the Director of Human Resources.

International Student Experience Intern

The International Student Experience Intern will support the International Student Life Coordinator in the delivery of programming for International Students.  Specifically, this position will be responsible for planning and executing student experience events that enrich the non-academic experience of international students in areas such as recreation, skill development, arts, and culture.  In addition, this position will have a major project in developing collaborations with community resources for international students in Sault Ste. Marie, Brampton, and Timmins.  To view the job posting, please click here: International Student Experience Intern

 

Accounts Receivable Officer

The Accounts Receivable Officer is responsible for receiving all student payments and works in tandem with the Student Accounts Officer and front-line customer contact positions in the Registrar’s area. The Accounts Receivable Officer ensures that student’s accounts are paid in an accurate and timely manner by applying payments, and by regularly contacting overdue accounts both in writing and by phone.
The Accounts Receivable Officer is part of the Financial Services team and contributes to the well-being and growth of Algoma University by providing student account services to its students. To view the job posting, please click here: Accounts Receivable Officer

Anishinaabe Studies, Department of Modern Languages, Sault Ste. Marie Campus (REPOST)

Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig (shingwauku.ca) is committed to the restoration of the original spirit and intent of Chief Shingwauk, who envisioned a teaching wigwam where his people could acquire the necessary educational tools for life in modern society without compromising the values of their culture and traditions. Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig is one of the Indigenous Institutes recognized by the Ontario Government in the Indigenous Institutes Act (2017) and is accredited by the World Indigenous Nations’ Higher Education Consortium. In cooperation and partnership with Algoma University, Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig offers the Anishinaabe Studies 3-year B.A. program and the 3-year BA in  Anishinaabemowin. 

Algoma University, in partnership with Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig, invites applications for a tenure-track appointment in Anishinaabe Studies at the rank of Assistant Professor at the Sault Ste. Marie campus, beginning July 1, 2020.  The successful candidate is expected to have a Ph.D. at the time of appointment (or to have progressed to the point where completion of the Ph.D. is imminent) in a discipline directly relevant to Anishinaabe Studies (relevant to Anishinaabe knowledge, research, and the communities of our region). Applicants will demonstrate a record of, or clear potential for, excellent research, teaching, curriculum development, and publication. Applicants will demonstrate a history of success in culture-based education and ethical engagement from within, or in respectful collaboration with, Anishinaabe communities, organizations, and/or institutions. Familiarity with cultural protocols, experience in curriculum development for culture-based education, and fluency in an Indigenous language (particularly any variety of Anishinaabemowin) are also assets.

Candidates should submit electronically: a letter of application, a CV, a research plan (up to two pages), a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., examples of peer teaching review and/or student evaluations), and reprints of up to three significant publications to Dr. Donna M. Rogers, Provost and Academic Dean, via deanapps@algomau.ca.  Application materials should be submitted as a single combined PDF file. Applicants must also arrange for three confidential letters of reference to be sent directly to the same address. The PDF file and reference letters should have file names that identify the applicant. Complete applications received by 4pm EST February 3, 2020  will be assured of consideration, though the posting remains open until the position is filled. The position is subject to budgetary approval. 

 

Business – Marketing – School of Business and Economics – Brampton Campus

Algoma University invites applications for a 3-year contractually-limited term appointment in Marketing in the School of Business and Economics at the rank of Assistant Professor at its Brampton campus, beginning July 1, 2020. The successful candidate must possess a PhD in Management with a specialization in Marketing Research. The successful candidate will have extensive teaching experience, experience supervising student research, and will have developed and managed online course content. The appointee will be required to conduct service duties within their academic department and program, in accordance with the Collective Agreement. 

Candidates should submit electronically: a letter of application, a CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., examples of peer teaching review and/or student evaluations), and a statement outlining research interests and accomplishments. These materials should be sent  to Dr. Donna M. Rogers, Provost and Academic Dean, via deanapps@algomau.ca.  Application materials should be submitted as a single combined PDF file. Applicants must also arrange for three confidential letters of reference to be sent directly to the same address. The PDF file and reference letters should have file names that identify the applicant. Complete applications received by 4 pm EST on February 3, 2020, will be assured of consideration, though the posting remains open until the position is filled. The position is subject to budgetary approval. 

 

Computer Science and Mathematics, Algoma University, Sault Ste. Marie Campus (REPOST)

Algoma University invites applications for a 3-year limited term appointment at its Sault Ste. Marie campus in Computer Science and Mathematics, at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning May 1st, 2020. The Department of Computer Science and Mathematics offers a Bachelor of Computer Science with specializations in Computer Games Technology and Mobile Software Engineering.  The successful candidate must hold a PhD in Computer Science or a related area, have a demonstrated commitment to undergraduate teaching, and possess teaching expertise and/or research expertise in areas related to Mobile Computing, which might include several of the following: mobile programming, networking, operating systems, information technology and mobile hardware. The successful candidate will be expected to teach two first/second year mathematics courses annually, as well as general programming or mobile computing courses.

Candidates should submit electronically: a letter of application, a CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., examples of student evaluations), and a statement outlining research interests and accomplishments to Dr. Donna M. Rogers, Academic Dean via deanapps@algomau.ca.  Application materials should be submitted as a single combined PDF file. Applicants must also arrange for three confidential letters of reference to be sent directly to the same address. The PDF file and reference letters should have file names that identify the applicant. Complete applications received by 4pm EST January 6, 2020 will be assured of consideration, though the posting remains open until the position is filled. The position is subject to budgetary approval. 

 

Computer Science and Mathematics, Algoma University – Brampton Campus

Algoma University invites applications for a 3-year contractually-limited term appointment at its Brampton campus in Computer Science and Mathematics, at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning August 1, 2020. The successful candidate must hold a PhD in Computer Science or a related area, have a demonstrated commitment to undergraduate teaching, and possess teaching expertise and/or research expertise in areas related to Information Technology, Mobile Computing, Cybersecurity or Data Science. The successful candidate will be expected to teach general programming, information technology and other core computer science courses at the Brampton campus, and contribute to university service as requested. 

 Candidates should submit electronically: a letter of application, a CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., examples of student evaluations), and a statement outlining research interests and accomplishments to Dr. Donna M. Rogers, Provost and Academic Dean, via deanapps@algomau.ca.  Application materials should be submitted as a single combined PDF file. Applicants must also arrange for three confidential letters of reference to be sent directly to the same address. The PDF file and reference letters should have file names that identify the applicant. Complete applications received by 4pm EST February 3, 2020 will be assured of consideration, though the posting remains open until the position is filled. The position is subject to budgetary approval. 

 

Music, Algoma University – Sault Ste. Marie Campus

Algoma University invites applications for a 1-year contractually-limited term appointment in Music, in the Department of Music and Visual Arts, at its Sault Ste. Marie campus, at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning July 1, 2020. The successful candidate will have a graduate degree in Music, PhD preferred .  The candidate will be expected to teach Introduction to Music and Materials of Music courses. In addition, the appointee will provide up to six hours of applied piano instruction per week, assist in the organization of and attend weekly “Performance Classes”, participate in final examination juries as required, and contribute to university service as requested. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated teaching experience at the university level and willingness to participate in music program recruiting and high school liaison.

Candidates should submit electronically: a letter of application, a CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., examples of peer teaching review and/or  student evaluations), and a statement outlining research interests and accomplishments to Dr. Donna M. Rogers, Provost and Academic Dean, via deanapps@algomau.ca.  Application materials should be submitted as a single combined PDF file. Applicants must also arrange for three confidential letters of reference to be sent directly to the same address. The PDF file and reference letters should have file names that identify the applicant. Complete applications received by 4 pm EST on February 3, 2020 will be assured of consideration, though the posting remains open until the position is filled. The position is subject to budgetary approval. 

 

Psychology, Algoma University – Sault Ste. Marie Campus

Algoma University invites applications for a 2-year contractually-limited term appointment in the Department of Psychology at its Sault Ste. Marie campus at the Assistant Professor level, beginning July 1, 2020. The successful candidate must have a completed PhD in psychology and a demonstrated commitment to undergraduate teaching and to research and scholarship in their area. The area of specialization for this position is open, though expertise in Social, Personality, Clinical or Developmental Psychology would be preferred.  The successful candidate will also be encouraged to supervise Honours thesis students.

Candidates should submit electronically: a letter of application, a CV, a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness (e.g., examples of peer teaching review and/or student evaluations), and a statement outlining research interests and accomplishments to Dr. Donna M. Rogers, Provost and Academic Dean, via deanapps@algomau.ca.  Application materials should be submitted as a single combined PDF file. Applicants must also arrange for three confidential letters of reference to be sent directly to the same address. The PDF file and reference letters should have file names that identify the applicant. Complete applications received by 4 pm EST February 3 2020 will be assured of consideration, though the posting remains open until the position is filled. The position is subject to budgetary approval. 

 

Algoma University invites applications for the positions of Part-Time Contract Faculty (PTCF) on the Sault Ste. Marie campus for the 2020 Spring/Summer term.

 

Terms:

20SP – May 4, 2020 – July 28, 2020

20SF – May 4, 2020 – June 12, 2020

20SS – June 17, 2020 – July 28, 2020

 

The 20SF examinations will take place June 15 – 16 and examinations for 20SP and 20SS will take place July 29 to August 1, 2020 as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

 

Qualified candidates should submit, electronically, a letter of application, curriculum vitae and three references addressed to Dr. Donna Rogers, Academic Dean, Algoma University. Email: deanapps@algomau.ca

Academic Term, Course Day/Time, DeadlineCourse, Description and Qualifications
20SP
ADMN 1016

Section A
MON
9:00am to 12:00pm

Section B
MON
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
ADMN 1016 A & B
Course Title: Introduction to Canadian Business
Description: This course surveys the core concepts and topics in business and management. Topics include the function and role of small to large for-profit and not-for-profit organizations, and service and production oriented organizations within the context of the domestic and global environment. The basic principles of management, finance, marketing, organizational theory, human resources, general operations, and decision processes are introduced.
Qualifications: MBA or equivalent degree with demonstrated business work experience at a senior level, in the Canadian context; demonstrated previous experience teaching the same or similar course at the university level.
20SP
ADMN 1127B

WED
9:00am to 12:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 1127B
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-term liabilities, accounting for manufacturing concerns, budgets and standards, financial statement analysis, reporting and analyzing cash flows, and introduction to deferred taxes.
Qualifications: MBA or related Master’s degree, and CPA designation
20SP
ADMN 1206B

WED
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
ADMN 1206B
Course Title: Management Skills and Secondary Research Methods
Description: The main focus of the course includes management skills, effective writing, referencing, citation and the qualitative research process. Through a combination of lectures, class discussion, workshops, and library and writing assignments, the student will gain an appreciation of the importance of identifying relevant information and using it effectively in the business decision-making process, and then, being able to communicate it effectively to desired stakeholder groups.
Qualifications: MBA or Master's degree in cognate discipline. Demonstrated knowledge of APA, online library journal databases, and qualitative research methodologies.
20SP
ADMN 1207B

TUE
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 1207B
Course Title: Quantitative Management Decision-Making
Description: This course examines the role of the manager in the contemporary organization and the issues which influence management and administration decision-making in both the public and private sectors. Coverage of topics includes environmental analysis, planning, decision-making, implementation and performance measurement. Decision processes are studied in detail using the case study method. Also examined are theories of management skill development and how they can be applied in the workplace. There is a mandatory tutorial; 12 hours per term in small-class format.
Qualifications: An MBA or Master's degree in cognate discipline with a minor in Mathematics or Quantitative studies; demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction; and demonstrated proficiency with financial accounting. Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
20SP
ADMN 1306/JURI 2306B

FRI
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 1306/JURI 2306 B
Course Title: Commercial Law
Description: This course examines the legal rights and duties of buyers, sellers, employers and employees in Canadian law. Topics discussed will include contracts, insurance, negotiable instruments, business forms, property and credit.
Qualifications: Must be a practising lawyer in Ontario or hold an MBA with demonstrated practical experience in commercial law. Demonstrated specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
20SP
ADMN 2017B

WED
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
ADMN 2017B
Course Title: Managing the Not-for-Profit Organization
Description: This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to apply the principles of management, marketing, finance, and accounting to not-for-profit organizations. This course will emphasize the different approaches used in the decision-making process vis-a-vis for-profit business firms. Some of the topics covered include: deciding goals, priorities and policies, serving the donor as well as the client group, using measures of efficiency and output, and setting management control and evaluation systems.
Qualifications: MBA or a related Master’s degree in a business related field and demonstrated experience in leading/managing nonprofit organizations. Demonstrated specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
20SP
ADMN 2506A

TUE
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
ADMN 2506A
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 or related Master`s degree, such as Decision Sciences, demonstrated experience instructing with Adobe Connect; demonstrated subject matter teaching experience at the college or university level, demonstrated experience teaching in a multicultural environment
20SP
ADMN 2607A

THUR
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
ADMN 2607A
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: MSc in Mathematics with demonstrated teaching experience at university level, teaching this or a very similar course.
20SP
ADMN 2906B

WED
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 2906B
Course Title: Occupational Health and Safety Management
Description: This course examines Occupational Health and Safety with regard to economic, legal, technical and moral issues and the importance of safe and healthy workplaces, as well as management’s leadership role in achieving that objective. Topics include federal and provincial occupational health and safety legislation, hazard identification and control, physical agents, chemical agents, socio-psychological aspects of health and the management of safety programs.

Qualifications: MBA or a related Master’s degree in a business-related field and demonstrated experience with OH&S in the workplace. Applicants must have a CRSP or equivalent designation. Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
20SP
ADMN 2916B

TUE
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
ADMN 2916B
Course Title: Compensation
Description: The course provides an understanding of the complex role that compensation and reward systems play in organizational success. An introduction to the development of a compensation reward system design consistent with organizational strategies and goals will be examined. The course demonstrates the importance and effectiveness of compensation and reward systems given the highly competitive and resource constrained environment facing most organizations.
Qualifications: CHRP/CHRL or CPA with demonstrated practical business experience managing compensation systems. Demonstrated specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
20SP
ADMN 2926B

FRI
9:00am to 12:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 2926B
Title: Training and Development
Description: This course provides an overview of the scope and importance of the training and employee development function within public and private sector organizations. Topics will include designing, developing and delivering a training program that focuses on needs assessment, learning objectives and measuring results. Students will also gain a conceptual understanding of the diverse role of the training consultant during organizational change and development.
Qualifications: Candidates must have a business degree and a CHRP/CHRL designation with demonstrated experience working in an HR environment.
20SP
ADMN 3117A

WED
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 3117A
Title: Finance II
Description: Students will develop an understanding of the theory of finance and its application to the evaluation of investment, financing, and ongoing financial management issues faced by organizations. The course will cover topics such as risk and return, security valuation, cost of capital and the capital structure of the firm, long term financing and dividend policy. Working capital management is addressed in greater detail.
Qualifications: MBA or Master's degree in a cognate discipline (such as Economics, Mathematics); demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have current Finance knowledge and work experience.
20SP
ADMN 3126

Section A
THUR
4:00pm to 7:00pm

Section B
FRI
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 3126 A & B
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: MBA or Master's degree in a cognate discipline; demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have marketing knowledge and work experience.
20SP
ADMN 3127A

TUE
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 3127A
Course Title: Services Marketing

Description: This course is a study of the principles and practices unique to service providers. The focus of this course is to examine how the marketing of services differs from the traditional marketing principles/concepts applied to goods and the alternative strategies for service providers to improve service market effectiveness, customer interactions, stakeholder satisfaction and profitability.

Qualifications: MBA or Master's degree in a cognate discipline; demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have service marketing knowledge and work experience.
20SP
ADMN 3136

Section A
THUR
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Section B
WED
4:00pm to 7:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 3136 A & B
Course Title: Introduction to Organizational Behaviour

Description: An examination of the problems and solutions pertaining to managing human resources in complex organizations. Topics covered include organizational socialization, leadership and decision-making, the effective exercise of power and influence, handling organizational conflict, and organizational development. An experiential approach is used

Qualifications: MBA or Master's degree in cognate discipline; demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have a CHRP or CHRL designation. Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
20SP
ADMN 3137

Section A
TUE
9:00am to 12:00pm

Section B
THUR
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 3137 A & B
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 Master's degree in a cognate discipline; demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have a CHRP or CHRL designation.
20SP
ADMN 3206B

TUE
4:00pm to 7:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 3206B
Course Title: Human Resource 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: Candidates must have a business degree and a CHRP/CHRL designation with demonstrated experience working in an HR environment.
20SP
ADMN 4336A

WED
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 4336A
Title: Marketing Communications
Description: Examines the communication process in marketing and concentrates on the promotional goals and strategy of an enterprise. The course is practically oriented and students examine advertising, personal selling, promotion, sales management and other communication areas. The main objective is to enable students to design and implement a complete promotional campaign for an organization.
Qualifications: At least a MBA or Master's degree in a cognate discipline; demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have demonstrated marketing communications knowledge and work experience
20SP
ADMN 4937A

THUR
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ADMN 4937A
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: At least a MBA or Master's degree in a cognate discipline; demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction. Applicants must have demonstrated internet/online marketing knowledge and work experience.
20SF
ANIS 3907A

CONDENSED

May 11 to May 16
9;00am to 5:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ANIS 3907A
Title: Special Topics in Anishinaabe Studies II: Anishinaabe Architecture on the Land
Description: This course will explore the enduring traditions of Anishinaabe architecture and community planning. Students will collaboratively build a traditional teaching lodge on campus. This course will involve extensive outdoors hands-on work.

Qualifications: The successful candidate must have community recognition as a traditional builder of teaching lodges. Knowledge of Anishinaabe culture and history and a history of ethical engagement from within or in respectful collaboration with Anishinaabe communities, organizations and/or institutions is required. The successful candidate must also have demonstrated teaching experience.
Note: this is a condensed course running for full days from Monday May 11 to Saturday May 16, 8.30-4.00 pm each day including Saturday.
20SS
BIOL/PSYC 2606A

TUE & THUR
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
BIOL/PSYC 2606A
Title: Brain and Behaviour
Description: This course is an introduction to the general relationships between the human brain and human behaviour. Human behaviour, including sleep, dreams, memory, thought, motivation, and emotion will be discussed in terms of brain structure, chemistry and electrical activity. Both known facts and realistic possibilities of brain function will be considered. Some emphasis will be placed upon the contribution of psychological (and social) factors to brain structure, physiology and human disease. Students will also receive a general introduction to psychopharmacology.
Qualifications: Candidates should possess a Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology or Neuroscience and discipline-specific teaching experience at the college or university level.
20SP
CESD 2016A

ONLINE

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
CESD 2016 - Online
Course Title: Community Economic and Social Development: Research Methods
Course Description: This course provides an overview of the major CESD tools available. Students will learn about qualitative and quantitative techniques such as community-based and participatory action research methods, needs assessment and survey applications, capacity assessment, conflict resolution and building public participation.
Qualifications: Master’s in a related field required. Successful candidates must have five years' experience working in community-based research, including at least two years in a North American context. Undergraduate teaching experience is required. This is an on-line course. Successful candidates will have the demonstrated ability or express willingness to deliver an on-line course.
20SF
CESD 3106/3906/4906A

CONDENSED

June 8 to June 12
9:00am to 5:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
CESD 3106/3906/4906
Course Title: Economics and Community Development II: Tools for Regional Economic Analysis.
Course Description: This course will explore the impacts of the dominant economic model (advanced capitalism) on hinterland regions, through the lens of communities which have been at a particular disadvantage. Alternative views of economic indicators will be presented including environmental and social indicators. Students will have an opportunity to explore some of the basic tools for conducting economic analyses such as measuring the ‘leakage’ of dollars from communities, as well as exploring some of the economic tools used to address inequities such as local ‘dollars’, land trusts, and new indices of economic well-being. Although examples will be drawn from around the world, particular emphasis will be placed on Northern Ontario and First Nations communities.

Qualifications: Master’s (in a related field) or MBA or equivalent is required. Successful candidates must have a minimum of 7 years’ experience in the field of community economic development in Northern Ontario, semi-urban, rural and/or indigenous communities. Successful candidates will have teaching experience or demonstrated evidence of teaching potential at the university level.

Note: this course will be delivered in a week-long condensed format from June 8 to June 12, 2020 at Algoma University’s Sault Ste. Marie campus, totalling 36 contact hours.
20SP
CHMI 1006A

TUE
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
CHMI 1006A
Course Title: General Chemistry I
Description: This course provides an introduction to the fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics include atomic and molecular structure, nuclear chemistry, stoichiometry, the periodic table and periodicity and the properties of solutions. Prerequisite: 4U in Chemistry or permission of the Department.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Chemistry with a research focus in any area of chemistry. Demonstrated experience in university course instruction and teaching experience at the undergraduate level.. Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal) are required.
20SF
COSC 1046

Section A
MON & WED
4:00pm to 7:00pm

Section T
May 4 - 29th
MON-FRI
9:00am to 11:00am

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
COSC 1046 A & T
Course Title: Introduction to Computer Science I
Description: This course is required of students in the B.A. or B.Sc. Computer Science programs. It introduces problem analysis and structured program design. Control structures for conditional execution, repeated execution, subprograms and recursion are introduced. Representation of information, including homogeneous and non-homogeneous linear data structure and files, is investigated.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Computer Science or related fields, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level. Proficiency in Java language is required.
COSC 1047

Section A
20SS
MON & WED
4:00pm to 7:00pm

Section T
20SF
June 1-26th
MON-FRI
9:00am to 11:00am

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
COSC 1047A & T
Course Title: Introduction to Computer Science II
Description: This course takes a software engineering approach to programming in the large with particular emphasis on modularity, abstract data types, program specification, testing, documentation and maintenance. Students will develop and document software with reusable software libraries.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Computer Science or related fields, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in Java language is required.
20SS
COSC 2006T

July 6 - 31st
MON-FRI
9:00am to 11:00am

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
COSC 2006
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 Computer Science or related fields with 2 years of teaching experience at university level, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in Java language is required.
20SS
COSC 2007T

August 4 - 28th
MON-FRI
9:00am to 11:00am

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
COSC 2007T
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 or related fields with 2 years of teaching experience at university level, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level. Proficiency in Java language is required
20SS
COSC 2406T

July 7 - August 14
TUE-THUR
2:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
COSC 2406T
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 or related fields with 2 years of teaching experience at university level, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at university level.
20SS
COSC 4427A

TUE & THUR
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
COSC 4427A
Title: Topics in Computer Science II: Software Testing, Quality Assurance, Release Management
Description: A course in Computer Science involving the treatment of a selection of advanced topics. Prerequisite: completion of second year core program in Computer Science.
Qualifications: The successful applicant will have a Master’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 2 years of teaching experience at the university level, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject-matter teaching experience at the university level.
20SP
ECON 1006B

WED
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
ECON 1006B
Course Title: Introduction to Microeconomics
Description: Topics include: demand, supply, pricing, competitive firm, profit maximization, monopoly, oligopoly, international trade, and income distribution.
Qualifications: Master’s in Economics with demonstrated relevant teaching experience. Demonstrated specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.
20SF
GEOG 2106A

Team-Teach

May 24 to May 29, 2020
9:00am to 5:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
GEOG 2196A
Title: Introduction to Land Management in First Nation Contexts
Description: This course will provide a comprehensive overview of the field of First Nation land management both on reserve and in Indigenous Traditional Territories within a geographical framework. Students will be introduced to land management in a First Nation, on-reserve context, including the regulations under the Indian Act, the various land regimes for First Nations across Canada and Traditional approaches to managing the land. This course will introduce students to the Professional Land Management Certification Program (PLMCP) and will provide foundations in the various learning areas for Level I of the PLMCP delivered through Algoma University. Foundational topic areas that will be introduced include managing lands, environment, and natural resources in First Nations as well as the role of community planning and the use of tools such as Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in First Nation land management.
Qualifications: Graduate degree in Geography or another relevant discipline, and demonstrated experience teaching university or college level geography courses.
20SF
GEOG 3596A

Team-teach

May 4 to May 8, 2020
9:00am to 5:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
GEOG 3596
Title: Climate Change & Communities: Vulnerabilities, Impacts and Adaptations
Description: This course will provide students with an introduction to climate change within a geographical context, using a hands-on approach. By bringing together science and Traditional Knowledge, students will explore climate change from broad perspectives by including guest speakers, field trips, videos, group activities, and readings. Students will be introduced to climate processes, including what climate change is and how it works. The course will review climate impacts, such as forest fires, flooding, fisheries, and water resources. Students will learn about vulnerability assessments and adaptation planning to begin to strategize about appropriate responses to climate change. Students will be encouraged to explore climate change with respect to their own communities.
Qualifications: Graduate degree in Geography or another relevant discipline, and demonstrated experience teaching university or college level geography courses.
20SS
JURI 3906/4906A

TUE & THUR
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
JURI 3906/4906A
Title: Selected Topics in Law and Justice I-The Idea of Consent
Description: "Consent" is relevant to many legal questions. As examples, it distinguishes sex from sexual assault, medically-assisted dying from murder, and the sport of boxing from assault. This course examines a variety of ways in which consent can be understood, and how it is used in legal contexts.
Qualifications: PhD in Law or a cognate discipline, university teaching experience in the field of law, legal studies, or a cognate discipline.
20SF
MUSC/SOCI 2706A

MON & WED
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
MUSC/SOCI 2706
Title: Sociology of Music
Description: The sociology of music is a discipline that deals with music as a social phenomenon. The issue of the social nature of music includes the complex multi-faceted social interactions that form the environment in which music is produced, disseminated, appreciated and used. The socially constructed definitions and implications of the word “music” in various cultures, and the characteristics of music in particular cultures, will be examined. All types of music and the environments in which they are created and disseminated are to be reviewed and studied as social constructs.
Qualifications: PhD and demonstrated previous experience teaching Sociology of Music.
20SS
POLI 3906/4906A

MON & WED
7:00pm to 10:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
POLI 3906/4906A
Title: Special Topics in Political Science II: Politics of Free Speech
Description: This course is an introduction to the major political theories that relate to freedom of speech in contemporary liberal democracies.
Qualifications: PhD or ABD in Political Science, university teaching experience in Political Theory is required. A record of university teaching, curriculum development, or publication in the area of the politics of free speech.
20SF
VISA 3026A

TUE & THUR
4:00pm to 7:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
VISA 3026A
Title: Special Topics in Studio I: Landscape
Description: A course in Visual Arts involving the treatment of a selection of advanced topics. In all cases, students will receive credit for more than one topics course provided that the topic in each course is different. This course involves a combination of studio-based, land-based, art historical, and theoretical approaches to concepts of landscape and nature and the natural in art and culture.
Qualifications: MFA or Equivalent and demonstrated experience teaching studio art, art history, or theory classes.
20SS
VISA 3027A

TUE & THUR
4:00pm to 7:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 28, 2020
VISA 3027A
Title: Special Topics in Studio II: Beyond Landscape
Description: A course in Visual Arts involving the treatment of a selection of advanced topics. In all cases, students will receive credit for more than one topics course provided that the topic in each course is different. This course involves a combined studio-based, land-based, art historical, and theoretical approaches to concepts of the human body in landscape, and human relations with land in art and culture.
Qualifications: MFA or Equivalent and demonstrated experience teaching studio art, art history, or theory classes.

Algoma University invites applications for the positions of Part-Time Contract Faculty (PTCF) on the Brampton campus for the 2020 Spring/Summer term.

Terms:

20SP – May 4, 2020 – July 28, 2020

20SF – May 4, 2020 – June 12, 2020

20SS – June 17, 2020 – July 28, 2020

 

The 20SF examinations will take place June 15 – 16 and examinations for 20SP and 20SS will take place July 29 to August 1, 2020 as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

 

Qualified candidates should submit, electronically, a letter of application, curriculum vitae and three references addressed to Dr. Donna Rogers, Academic Dean, Algoma University. Email: deanapps@algomau.ca

Academic Term, Course Day/Time, DeadlineCourse, Description and Qualifications
20SF
CESD 3906/4906N

CONDENSED

June 1 to June 5, 2020
9:00am to 5:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
CESD 3906/4906N
Title: Community Economic and Social Development: Selected Topics I: Urban Planning and Design
Description: This course will explore how aspects of the built environment and the processes that are used in Ontario to shape them impact community behaviour, development, and socio-economic opportunities. Touching on such topics as population density, transportation, land-use and place-making, the course will explore movements within the field of urban planning that have impacted cities across Ontario, such as urban renewal, new urbanism, and smart growth, to provide students with an intermediate understanding of the field’s overlap with community development, the importance of community engagement in city-building, and how ideological trends impact local decision making.

Qualifications: Master of Planning or equivalent degree is required. The successful candidate will be a Registered Professional Planner with at least 5 years’ experience in the field of urban planning and with demonstrable experience in both smaller and larger urban contexts and connections to the field of community development (including social or economic policy). Teaching experience or demonstrated evidence of teaching potential at the university level is also required.


Note: this course will be delivered in a week-long condensed format from June 1st to June 5th 2020 at Algoma University’s Brampton Campus, totalling 36 contact hours.
20SF
COSC 2307N

CONDENSED

May 5 to June 25
TUE to THUR
4:00pm to 5:30pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
COSC 2307N
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 related field, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level.
20SF
ITEC 2707

CONDENSED

May 4 to May 29, 2020
MON to THUR
6:30pm to 9:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ITEC 2707
Course Title: Business Strategy: Architecture & Design
Description: The course is a study of organizational strategy and networked information technologies used to implement a rich variety of business models in the national and global contexts. These strategies and technologies provide linkages connecting individuals, businesses, governments, and other organizations. The course provides an introduction to e-business strategy and the development and architecture of e-business solutions and their components.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Information Technology/Computer Science or related fields, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level.
20SS
ITEC 3506N

CONDENSED

July 6 to 24, 2020
MON to THUR
6:30pm to 9:30pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ITEC 3506
Course Title: Software Engineering
Description: This course examines methodologies for design, implementation and maintenance of very large programs. The material also covers development and use of software and support systems with an information technology perspective
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Computer Science or related fields, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level. Demonstrated knowledge of various software development models is required.
20SF
ITEC 3706N

CONDENSED

July 27 to August 19
MON to THUR
6:30pm to 9:30pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
ITEC 3706
Course title: Software Engineering Project Management
Description: This course covers the organizational, strategic, practical and operational aspects of managing software engineering projects for developing both mobile and desktop applications. The course also addresses both theoretical and methodological issues. Students who take this course will learn to manage the behavioural, technical, and structural aspects of teams in software engineering projects performing specific tasks. Topics covered include: using software tools for supporting project management, identifying project risks, formulating project strategy, effective group organization and management, dynamically allocating resources, resolving group conflicts, and know and practice time management techniques, among others.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 2 years of teaching experience at the university level, or a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related fields with 5 years of subject matter teaching experience at the university level. Demonstrated knowledge of software project management is required.

Algoma University invites applications for the positions of Part-Time Contract Faculty (PTCF) on the Timmins campus for the 2020 Spring/Summer term.

 

Terms:

20SP – May 4, 2020 – July 28, 2020

20SF – May 4, 2020 – June 12, 2020

20SS – June 17, 2020 – July 28, 2020

 

The 20SF examinations will take place June 15 – 16 and examinations for 20SP and 20SS will take place July 29 to August 1, 2020 as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the Department.

 

Qualified candidates should submit, electronically, a letter of application, curriculum vitae and three references addressed to Dr. Donna Rogers, Academic Dean, Algoma University. Email: deanapps@algomau.ca

Academic Term, Course Day/Time, DeadlineCourse, Description and Qualifications
20SS
CESD 3906/4906N

CONDENSED

June 22 to June 26, 2020
9:00am to 5:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 25, 2020
CESD 3906/4906N
Title: Community Economic and Social Development: Selected Topics I: Food Sovereignty
Description: This course looks at issues of food sovereignty and security in northern communities in the face of climate adaptation and resilience, while also analyzing capacity, new initiatives, and promising examples of agricultural sector development that may be transferable to other communities. Development in urban-rural settings, Settler and First Nations food systems, four seasons growing, policy, planning, and mobilization will all be explored.

Qualifications: M.A. (in a related field) is required. Minimum of 7 years’ experience in the field of community economic development with involvement in food sovereignty-related activities. Demonstrated teaching experience or demonstrated evidence of teaching potential at the university level.

Note: this course will be delivered in a week-long condensed format from June 22 – June 26, 2020 at Algoma University’s Timmins campus, totalling 36 contact hours.
20SF
SWRK 1006N

TUE & THUR
4:00pm to 7:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 26, 2020
SWRK 1006NV (TIM/HAIl)
Course Title: Introduction to Social welfare in the North
Description: The course surveys the history of social welfare in Canadian society, from Anishinaabe pre-contact times to present day. The course examines various social policies and their relevance for social welfare. The course studies the historical development of the welfare state with its differential treatment of mainstream and Anishinaabe people, and the major ideological, political, social and economic influences (Anishinaabe and European) on Canadian social welfare.
Qualifications: A Master’s Degree in Social Work is highly preferred, however, a MA in a related discipline, or equivalent three years of social work experience is required. The applicant should have teaching experience at the undergraduate level, and be a registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers professional organization are considered strong assets.
Also required:
Demonstrated familiarity with the historical development of modern social welfare in Canada including but not limited to the exploration of both public and private institutions, along with the links between individual and private problems, and other broader public issues
Demonstrated understanding of the concepts of oppression and power relations linked to privilege, and relationships between marginality, oppression, and structured inequity based on class, gender, race and culture, sexual orientation, ability and age
Demonstrated knowledge of Self Determination and Truth and Reconciliation in relation to social welfare
Must be able to teach using video-conference technology, and be flexible to teach in Timmins, and in the community of Haileybury.
The applicant must explicitly indicate how they meet each of the qualifications in the covering letter.
20SP
SWRK 4596N

FRI
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 26, 2020
SWRK 4596N
Course Title: Integrative Field Seminar
Description: This field seminar course is a required course for students enrolled in their Field Practicum I & Field Practicum II, and will be taken concurrently with SWRK 4600 Field Practicum I, & SWRK 4605 Field Practicum II. This seminar course enables students to reflexively engage with their experiences in their field practicum learning, by connecting social work theory with practice at the interpersonal, community, organizational and policy levels. The course focuses on the development of peer relationships within an overarching reflexive approach. The reflexive analysis of the course focuses on power analysis, problem identification, and problem solving using structural, feminist, anti-oppressive and Indigenous approaches and awareness of Northern, remote/rural, Anishinaabe, Franco-Ontarian contexts. Students are required to complete a series of assignments that will demonstrate their readiness for the social work profession.

Qualifications: A Master’s Degree in Social Work is highly preferred, however, a MA in a related discipline, or equivalent three years of social work experience is required. The applicant should have teaching experience at the undergraduate level, and be a registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers professional organization are considered strong assets.

Also required:
The ability to provide instruction on varied topics that relate to the field practicum experience, and to develop and promote a stimulating learning environment for students to engage in these experiences and relevant topics through a critical self-reflexivity process.
Familiarity with the acquisition of reflexive skills in the practicum setting.
Understanding of literature pertaining to field practicum from a generalist, structural, feminist, anti-oppressive and Indigenous social work perspective.
Understanding of the values and guidelines of the social work profession.
Understanding of the self-care process and its importance.
Knowledge of vicarious trauma and/or compassion fatigue.
Ability to cultivate confidence and competency through dialogic pedagogy.
The applicant must explicitly indicate how they meet each of the qualifications in the covering letter.
20SS
SWRK 4605N

FRI
1:00pm to 4:00pm

Deadline:
4:30pm, February 26, 2020
SWRK 4605
Course Title: Field Practicum II
Description: This course constitutes an introduction to professional social work field practicum learning. This course requires the students to be introduced to the role of social work in an organizational setting for a total of 350 hours. It will provide students an opportunity to begin to develop their social work skills, as well as to develop their ability to link social work theory with practice at the interpersonal, community, organizational and policy levels. Students will learn to develop interpersonal professional relationships, as well as engage in an analysis of power, problem identification and problem solving, employing feminist, structural, anti-oppressive and/or Indigenous approaches within Northern, remote/rural, Indigenous, Franco-Ontarian contexts. Students will be required to write a Reflexive Log to map their learning process. This course will be taken concurrently with SWRK Field Seminar II.
Qualifications: A Master’s Degree in Social Work is highly preferred, however, a MA in a related discipline, or equivalent three years of social work experience is required. The applicant should have teaching experience at the undergraduate level, and be a registered social worker with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers professional organization are considered strong assets.

Also required:
Extensive knowledge and experience of the components that are compulsory for field practicum.
Advanced organization skills and leadership in the following responsibilities in a team-oriented manner: to uphold professional and ethical practices during their field practicum process, to engage with concepts that underpin the HBSW program, to utilize problem-solving strategies when analyzing the barriers that exist in society, and in examining how policies inform social work practice.
Application of theory to practice and the integration of critical self-awareness when working with the team and community.
The applicant must explicitly indicate how they meet each of the qualifications in the covering letter.

There are currently no applications available for the online position of Part-Time Contract Faculty (PTCF) for the Spring/Summer 2020 semester.

Chief Administrator Officer, Shingwauk Education Trust Board of Directors/Trustees

The Shingwauk Education Trust (SET) is seeking an innovative Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) to provide
administrative and financial management to support the trust’s mandate.

The CAO will work closely with the board to ensure that Chief Shingwauk’s vision is the foundation of SET’s
long and short-term objectives. The CAO will work collaboratively with our partners and internal
communities to advance the vision and mandate.

Application must contain a cover letter, resume and 3 reference letters by January 17, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.

For more information, please view the full position description (PDF)

 

Recruitment Officer, Student Services, Outreach and Resources

The Recruitment Officer, reporting to the Director – Student Services, Outreach and Resource, is required to oversee the duties of recruiting students to Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig by creating awareness and providing information about SKG. The Recruitment Officer functions within legislative requirements, regulations, policies, and procedures, and the Vision, Mission, Scope and Core Values of Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig, and contributes to the accomplishment of the strategic priorities of the institution.

Qualifications Include:

  • Minimum education required: Diploma in marketing, communications, business or related fields
  • Minimum experience required: One-year in a related field including experience in public speaking; events planning and promotions
  • Demonstrated sensitivity to and knowledge of Indigenous cultural values and traditions

Please submit cover letter and resume to: dhoogsteen@shingwauk.ca

For more information, please view the full position description (PDF)

 

Chimney Swift Monitoring Assistant

Great Lakes Wildlife Research is a non-profit organisation located in Sault Ste Marie that conducts outreach and research to support species-at-risk in northern Ontario. Along with our partner organisations, Algoma University and Sault Naturalists, we have funding to support the threatened Chimney Swift population in Sault Ste Marie. A key component of this project is to monitor the Chimney Swift roost in Sault Ste Marie to record population size and roosting behaviour. We anticipate having funds to support two monitoring assistant positions in 2019.

If you meet these criteria, get involved in the community, and have a wide range of hobbies and special interests then we want to hear from you! Send a cover letter detailing your skills, experience and education, along with your resume, in PDF format, to Jennie Pearce, Project Coordinator, at jlpearce@shaw.ca with the subject line “CHSW Monitoring Application”.

For more information, please view the Chimney Swift Monitoring Assistant job posting (PDF)

 

Minimum Qualifications

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

Submission of Applications

Qualified candidates should submit, electronically, a letter of application, curriculum vitae and three references addressed to Dr. Donna Rogers, Academic Dean, Algoma University. Email: deanapps@algomau.ca

Application Process

Submit your application via e-mail to hr@algomau.ca unless an alternate recipient is specified in the job posting.

A cover letter is not required, 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 hr@algomau.ca 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 hr@algomau.ca

Human Resources 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.

Shortly after applying online, you should receive an e-mail acknowledging receipt of your application. If you don’t receive this e-mail within 24 hours of submitting your application, please send an e-mail to hr@algomau.ca .

It is preferred that you communicate through our Human Resources Department using the hr@algomau.ca e-mail address.

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