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  • 24 May 2024 11:37 AM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    (La version française suit)

    Position: Assistant Professor in Accounting (10-month)

    Organization: Bishop's University

    Unit: Williams School of Business

    Location: Sherbrooke, Québec

    Preferred Start Date: 2024, July 1st


    The Williams School of Business at Bishop’s University (Sherbrooke, Quebec) invites applications for a full-time, ten-month sessional position at a rank commensurate with qualifications and experience, in its Accounting area, starting July 1, 2024. The position will be subject to final budget approval. We are particularly interested in candidates with demonstrated research/industry expertise and teaching excellence in the areas of Managerial Accounting, Financial Accounting and/or Taxes. Candidates should have at minimum a completed master’s degree in a relevant field, hold a CPA designation and a demonstrated commitment to teaching at the undergraduate level in Business.

    Bishop’s University is a primarily undergraduate institution with a strong emphasis on dynamic and effective teaching, experiential learning, and research and knowledge mobilization. Our riverside campus has a growing and vibrant research culture, cohesive community, small class sizes, collegial faculty and staff, and is rated first in the country on student satisfaction.

    The Williams School of Business is committed to its increasing success at providing faculty with a vibrant and supportive environment in which to excel at teaching, research and professional activity. Collegiality and professional flexibility are important characteristics of the Business School and would be expected in the successful candidate. More information about Bishop’s University and the Williams School of Business can be found at www.ubishops.ca.

    Although all qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. We implement an equal access employment / program under the Act respecting equal access to employment in public bodies for women, visible minorities, ethnic minority, Aboriginal and disabled people (including the possibility of accommodation during the selection and pre-selection of candidates). Given the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic, applicants must be prepared to teach fully or partially online.

    Application packages, including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research achievements and future objectives, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of reference, must be sent by email as one PDF file to wsb@ubishops.ca. Review of applications will begin on June 3, 2024, and the application process will remain open until the position is filled. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

    Land Acknowledgement

    Bishop’s University is located in the beautiful Eastern Townships just southeast of Montreal, on the unceded traditional lands of the Abenaki people. Meeting and working in this privileged location are a constant reminder of the need for continued conversations about the importance of decolonization and reconciliation, not just as abstract concepts, but as difficult ongoing processes to be worked on.

    Poste : Professeur adjoint en comptabilité (10 mois)

    Institution : Université Bishop's

    Unité : École de gestion Williams

    Lieu : Sherbrooke, Québec

    Date de début : 1er juillet 2024

    L’École de gestion Williams de l’Université Bishop’s (Sherbrooke, QC) cherche actuellement à combler un poste temporaire de 10 mois, au rang approprié selon le niveau de qualifications et d’expérience du candidat, dans notre concentration en comptabilité débutant le 1er juillet, 2024. Le poste est sujet à l’approbation du budget final. Nous sommes particulièrement intéressés par les candidats possédant une expertise professionnelle et de recherche dans les domaines de la comptabilité managériale, de la comptabilité financière et/ou de la fiscalité ainsi que d’excellente aptitudes pour l’enseignement. Les candidats doivent posséder au minimum une maîtrise dans un domaine pertinent, de détenir le titre de comptable professionnel agréé (CPA), et démontrer un fort potentiel pour l’enseignement universitaire au premier cycle en administration.

    L’Université Bishop’s est un établissement principalement destiné aux étudiants de premier cycle qui met l'accent sur un enseignement dynamique et efficace, sur l'apprentissage par l'expérience, sur la recherche et sur la mobilisation des connaissances. Notre campus riverain possède une culture de recherche dynamique et croissante, une communauté cohésive, des classes de petite taille, un corps professoral et un personnel collégial, et il est classé premier au pays pour la satisfaction des étudiants.

    L’École de gestion Williams s’engage à fournir à son corps professoral un environnement dynamique et favorable à l’enseignement, la recherche et aux activités professionnelles. La collégialité et la flexibilité professionnelle sont des caractéristiques importantes de l’École de gestion et on s’attend à ce que la personne retenue les respecte. Pour obtenir plus d’information sur l’Université Bishop’s et l’École de gestion Williams, veuillez consulter le site www.ubishops.ca.

    Même si toutes les personnes qualifiées sont fortement encouragées à postuler, la priorité sera accordée aux personnes ayant la citoyenneté canadienne ou la résidence permanente, conformément aux exigences du gouvernement canadien en matière d’immigration. Nous mettons en œuvre un programme d’égalités d’accès à l’emploi / en vertu de la loi sur l’égalité d’accès à l’emploi dans les organismes publics pour les femmes, les minorités visibles, les minorités ethniques, les autochtones et les personnes handicapées (y compris la possibilité d’aménagements lors de la sélection et de la présélection des candidats). Compte tenu de la situation liée à la pandémie de COVID-19, les candidats doivent être prêts à enseigner entièrement ou partiellement en ligne.

    Les personnes intéressées doivent faire parvenir leur dossier de candidature, incluant une lettre de présentation, un curriculum vitae, un résumé de leurs réalisations en recherche, un dossier d’enseignement comprenant des évaluations d’enseignement (si disponibles) et trois lettres de recommandation, par courriel, en un seul fichier PDF, à wsb@ubishops.ca. L’analyse des candidatures commencera le 3 juin, 2024, et l’appel de candidatures restera ouvert jusqu'à ce que le poste soit comblé. Veuillez noter que seules les personnes retenues pour une entrevue seront contactées.

    Reconnaissance du territoire

    L'Université Bishop's est située dans les magnifiques Cantons de l'Est, au sud-est de Montréal, sur les terres traditionnelles non cédées des Abénaquis. Travailler dans ce lieu privilégié nous rappelle constamment la nécessité de poursuivre les conversations sur l'importance de la décolonisation et de la réconciliation, non seulement comme des concepts abstraits, mais aussi comme des processus difficiles et continus sur lesquels il faut travailler.

  • 10 May 2024 3:02 PM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    Position: Dean

    Organization: University of New Brunswick Saint John

    Unit: Faculty of Business

    Location: Saint John, New Brunswick

    The University of New Brunswick recognizes and respectfully acknowledges that the University of New Brunswick stands on the unsurrendered and unceded traditional Wolastoqey land. The lands of Wabanaki people are recognized in a series of Peace and Friendship Treaties to establish an ongoing relationship of peace, friendship, and mutual respect between equal nations.

    The University of New Brunswick (UNB) is among Canada’s top comprehensive universities. Its rich history of leading discovery and innovation stems from its entrepreneurial thinking, which has been unlocking creative potential since 1785. The unique nature of UNB’s world-class programs attracts students from over 100 countries. UNB is consistently ranked among Canada’s Top 100 Employers and Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers. With campuses in Fredericton and Saint John, the University offers undergraduate and graduate programs in more than 75 disciplines and continuing education in a variety of fields.

    The Faculty of Business (Saint John) offers innovative undergraduate degree programs in Applied Management and Business Administration, as well as a competitive MBA program, all of which are recognized for quality and consistency in producing future business leaders. With AACSB accreditation and a 1:17 faculty to student ratio, the Faculty offers students a high level of engagement with subject matter specialists and provides an inspiring and inclusive environment of learning, discovery, and service. Under the One UNB initiative outlined in the Strategic Plan, the Faculty of Business and the Faculty of Management (Fredericton) will create conditions which foster collaboration, enhance systems for students and academics to work better together, and promote a culture of excellence.

    Reporting to the Provost and Vice-President Academic, the Dean of the Faculty of Business is responsible for the overall management of the Faculty and will serve as a strategic and collegial leader to faculty, staff, and students. The new Dean will lead the Faculty through the continued implementation of its strategic plan and work consultatively to advance endeavours in teaching and learning, research and discovery, and community engagement. As an ambassador and advocate for the Faculty across the University and within and beyond the regional community, the new Dean will enhance student experience and success, attract and retain an exceptional faculty complement, and play a central role in supporting the Faculty and the University’s commitment to innovation and sustainable growth. The Dean of the Faculty of Business will help shape the future of UNB Saint John.

    As the ideal candidate, you are a highly collegial and consultative leader with a distinguished academic record. You come to the role with a passion for building and delivering high-quality student-centered programs and an understanding of the opportunities possible for a business

    school and small campus environment. You are an experienced administrator who is deeply process-oriented and are eligible for appointment as a Full Professor at UNB. You have led departments or programs and understand how to achieve sustainable growth, build and engage teams, and deliver a high-quality educational experience to a diverse body of students. A natural and strong developer of internal talent, you motivate and support others in pursuit of their own endeavors. You have a global perspective and will establish and maintain productive relationships within the institution and in the broader regional, national, and international communities.

    The University of New Brunswick is committed to employment equity and fostering diversity within their community and developing an inclusive workplace that reflects the richness of the broader community that they serve. The University welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified individuals who will help achieve these goals, including women, visible minorities, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, persons of any sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression. If you so desire, we encourage all applicants to fill out our self-identification questionnaire: Self-Identification Questionnaire | Employment Equity | Careers | UNB

    To apply click here: https://boyden.thriveapp.ly/job/2430 or for further information, please contact Kathy Rahme krahme@boyden.com and Kate Ralston at kralston@boyden.com and state the title of the position in the subject line of your e-mail.

    We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those under consideration for the role will be contacted and priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

  • 08 Mar 2024 3:54 PM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    Position: Instructor in Strategic Management in the Public and Private Sectors

    Organization: Dalhousie University

    Unit: Faculty of Management

    Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Preferred Start Date: 2024, July 1st


    The Faculty of Management (FoM) invites applications for an instructor-stream position in strategic management (public and private sector) with a commencement date of July 1, 2024. This date is negotiable. The position will report to the Chairs of Departments of Public and International Affairs (PIA), and Strategy, Entrepreneurship and International Business (SEIB).

    The successful candidate is expected to bring expertise in in strategic management, including strategy/policy formulation, implementation, and evaluation. Knowledge and/or experience from the public and private sector contexts would be assets. The responsibilities will include (i) teaching undergraduate and graduate management courses, in areas such as strategic management, strategic competitiveness, program evaluation, and policy analysis; (ii) developing new or renew existing course curricula in the appropriate topic areas; (iii) engaging with students and colleagues on topics related to strategic management; and (iv) actively participating in the activities of the two departments.

    Required qualifications, experience, and skills

    • A PhD or DBA in Strategic Management or Public Administration (or a similar discipline)
    • Applicants very close to their thesis defense date may also be considered. The candidates must have demonstrated research productivity commensurate with their career stage.
    • Demonstrated expertise in the areas of strategic planning, implementation, and evaluation.
    • Demonstrated ability to apply the above expertise across the public and private sectors. The candidate’s qualifications must meet the Faculty’s accreditation standard (AACSB and CAPPA).

    Preferable qualifications, experience, and skills

    • Evidence of efforts to foster safer spaces for equity-deserving groups;
    • Established record of teaching excellence in relevant courses, and promise in the case of early career individuals;
    • Experience with online teaching and pedagogical innovation.

    This is a teaching-focused position; the teaching load is defined by the Faculty's workload policy. The career-stream instructor (probationary/continuing) position is one in which the successful candidate will undergo performance evaluation and review consistent with the Dalhousie Faculty Association collective agreement (http://www.dal.ca/collectiveagreements), with the possibility to advance through ranks of instructor/senior instructor/University Teaching Fellow, in a continuing appointment.

    The Faculty of Management offers programs at the undergraduate level (Bachelor of Commerce; Bachelor of Management) and graduate level (MBA, MPA, and MSc). The FoM has a strong scholarly expertise about how we can build diverse, sustainable and responsible organizations. The FoM serves over 1,600 students and prides itself on developing the next generation of leaders. FoM specializes in experiential learning including residencies, consulting projects, co-op work terms, internships, blended learning, and new venture creation. Collaboration with our employer partners from across Canada brings opportunity to our students and relevancy to our programs.

    The DPIA and DSEIB are two of eight departments in the Faculty of Management, at Dalhousie University, one of Canada’s U15 group of leading research-oriented universities. Dalhousie is located in Mi’kmaw’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw, often referred to as Halifax, Nova Scotia. Information about the Faculty of Management can be found here.

    Dalhousie University is among Canada’s U15 group of leading research-oriented universities. We are located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada a city known for its great quality of life. Located in one of Canada’s more temperate areas, Nova Scotia gets warm, sunny summers; long, colorful autumns; and cool, snowy winters.

    All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Dalhousie University commits to achieving inclusive excellence through continually championing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), persons of Black/African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), and members of other racialized groups, persons with disabilities, women, and persons identifying as members of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

    Required materials

    • Cover letter
    • Recent CV
    • Teaching Statement (one (1) page, reflective of your teaching philosophy and teaching interests).
    • Evidence of teaching effectiveness and experience such as teaching evaluations, letters from colleagues or students, and/or research related to the scholarship of teaching and learning.
    • Commitment to diversity and equity statement (upload as “EDIA Statement”) (one (1) page, reflective of your perspectives on broadening participation, integrating multicultural experiences in pedagogical techniques/instruction and research to meet the needs of diverse constituents)
    • List of references: Names and contact information of three (3) persons. Reference letters are not required at this stage

    If you require any support for the purpose of accommodation, such as technical aids or alternative arrangements, please let us know of these needs and how we can be of assistance. Dalhousie University is committed to ensuring all candidates have full, fair, and equitable participation in the hiring process. Our complete Accommodation Policy can be viewed here.

    Review of applications will begin April 4, 2024, and continue until the position is filled.

    To apply for this position please go to:  https://dal.peopleadmin.ca/postings/15977

  • 08 Mar 2024 1:03 PM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    Position: Instructor in Quantitative Studies and Learning Support (3-year term)

    Organization: Dalhousie University

    Unit: Faculty of Management

    Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Preferred Start Date: 2024, July 1st


    The Faculty of Management at Dalhousie University invites applications for a three-year limited-term appointment as instructor in the area of Quantitative Studies and Learning Support. The position is intended be a designated hire for a new faculty member who qualifies as one of Dalhousie’s University’s present minorities or equity-seeking persons and will contribute to the diversity of the University community as part the University’s Pathways Program, including Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), persons of Black/African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), and members of other racialized groups, persons with disabilities, women, and persons identifying as members of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

    The appointment is expected to be in the Department of Management Science and Information Systems and to commence on July 1, 2024 (negotiable). Applicants must hold a master’s degree in Management or Decision Science, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research, Business Analytics, Information Systems or a closely related discipline. Related doctoral work or a PhD degree are considered to be a strong asset.

    The successful candidate is expected to support the educational mission and vision of the Faculty, which is to “prepare people to work with, inspire and lead others to tackle complex challenges and achieve responsible results” and to build “a world where talented people from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors work together to create social and economic value and new possibilities.” With these same goals in mind, the main role of this position is to lead the creation and oversight of a new Management Education Resource and Learning Centre. The purpose of this new Centre is to offer all management students support in their studies, to enhance their learning experience and success, and to serve as a learning and training hub for faculty-paid tutors and teaching assistants. The successful candidate will serve as the initial Centre Director and in this role manage administrative and student staff to ensure the Centre’s effective and efficient day-to-day operations, provide pedagogical oversight and leadership to student employees, and implement general student programming. The successful candidate will work closely with the Associate Dean Academic and Program Directors and have demonstrated experience and strong skills in leadership, communications, team building and flexibility to work with multiple stakeholders.

    The typical course load of limited-term appointments in the Faculty of Management is six (6) courses per year. However, in the first year of their appointment, the successful candidate will be asked to teach only two (2) introductory courses in a related discipline (e.g., Statistics for Managers, Quantitative Decision Making), in addition to serving the role as the Director of the new Centre. This teaching assignment shall help facilitate and strengthen familiarity with relevant programs and enrolled students. In years 2 and 3, the teaching assignment may be adjusted based on the candidate’s performance goals and growth of the Centre.

    Essential Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • Master’s degree in Management or Decision Science, Finance, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research, Business Analytics, Information Systems or a closely related discipline, and a minimum of two years related work experience in an academic environment. Related doctoral work or a PhD degree are considered to be a strong asset.
    • Teaching experience and an established record of teaching effectiveness, preferably at both the undergraduate and graduate levels including teaching in person and online.
    • Excellent interpersonal, organizational and project management skills, with proven ability to work well both in a team environment and with a high degree of autonomy.
    • Proven ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

    Desirable Qualifications, Experience and Skills

    • Doctoral work or a PhD degree (completed or in progress) Management or Decision Science, Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research, Business Analytics, Information Systems or a closely related discipline.
    • Proven ability to work with students, supervise and train employees, and organize, prioritize and schedule work assignments.


    The Department of Management Science and Information Systems is part of the Faculty of Management at Dalhousie University, one of Canada’s U15 group of leading research-oriented universities with a unique commitment to values-based management and interdisciplinary research and learning. It serves over 1600 students and prides itself on developing the next generation of innovative leaders. It specializes in experiential learning including residencies, consulting projects, co-op work terms, internships and new venture creation. Collaboration with our employer partners from across Canada brings opportunity to our students and relevancy to each of our programs: Bachelor of Commerce Co-op, Bachelor of Management, Corporate Residency MBA, Blended/Online MBA in Financial Services or Leadership, and Executive Education, and MSc. in Business. Further information about the Department and Faculty may be found at https://www.dal.ca/faculty/management.html.

    The Faculty of Management has a long history of providing a world-class education and supporting innovative research leaders. A leader in experiential and work-integrated learning, we’re focused on being responsive to the world around us.  Our research is relevant not just in our core areas, but also stretches across the University to fields like health, psychology, humanities, engineering, law, computer science, oceans, and agriculture. We are an inclusive community driven by curiosity, integrity, and discovery. We welcome and celebrate diverse perspectives.

    With more than 2500 students (over one-quarter graduate students) and 80 faculty members, we offer undergraduate programs (Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Management) and graduate programs (direct-entry and mid-career versions of the Master of Information, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Public Administration; and the Master of Science in Business). All of our degree programs are externally accredited. We actively participate in Dalhousie’s Interdisciplinary Ph.D. program and the multi-Faculty Master of Digital Innovation.

    Dalhousie University is among Canada’s U15 group of leading research-oriented universities. We are located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada a city known for its great quality of life. Located in one of Canada’s more temperate areas, Nova Scotia gets warm, sunny summers; long, colorful autumns; and cool, snowy winters.

    All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Dalhousie University commits to achieving inclusive excellence through continually championing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), persons of Black/African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), and members of other racialized groups, persons with disabilities, women, and persons identifying as members of 2SLGBTQ+ communities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

    The review of applications will begin on April 5, 2024, and applications received by that date will be given priority. However, review of applications may resume as long as the position remains open. Questions about this position may be addressed to alexander.engau@dal.ca.  Applicants should submit a CV, cover letter, teaching dossier including sample syllabi of courses developed and evidence of curriculum or pedagogical development, sample teaching evaluations and a list of three references.

    To apply for this position please go to: https://dal.peopleadmin.ca/postings/15992

    The position is covered by the collective agreement between the Board of Governors of Dalhousie University and the Dalhousie Faculty Association (DFA), which can be viewed online at: https://www.dfa.ns.ca/collective-agreement/current-agreement.

    If you require any support for the purpose of accommodation, such as technical aids or alternative arrangements, please let us know of these needs and how we can be of assistance. Dalhousie University is committed to ensuring all candidates have full, fair, and equitable participation in the hiring process. Our complete Accommodation Policy can be viewed here.

  • 01 Mar 2024 9:37 AM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    Position: Lecturer or Assistant Professor in Digital Transformation (tenure-track)

    Organization: Dalhousie University

    Unit: Faculty of Management

    Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Preferred Start Date: 2024, September 2nd

    The Faculty of Computer Science and The Faculty of Management of Dalhousie University invite applications for a tenure-stream Lecturer or Assistant Professor position with research expertise related to Digital Transformation or Digital Innovation.

    The Faculty of Computer Science and Faculty of Management have a long history of research and teaching collaboration including collaborative grants and shared teaching programs such as the Master of Digital Innovation and Bachelor of Applied Computer Science. In 2023 Dalhousie University created the new College of Digital Transformation to oversee these interdisciplinary collaborations. The goal of the College is to position Dalhousie University as a leader in interdisciplinary research and teaching at the intersection of technology and business. The College will do this by championing leading research in organizational transformation and the operationalization of emerging technologies, as well as supporting new pedagogical methods, work-integrated learning opportunities, and courses to equip students with the theory and skills to lead digital transformation projects.

    We are seeking candidates whose research and teaching are focused in areas that advance the College’s goals. Candidates will be jointly appointed, with between 40% and 60% of their expected workload to contribute to each faculty and will hold a primary appointment in one of the two faculties. Candidates must show evidence of an active research program and scholarly expertise that applies to digital transformation. The candidate’s teaching expertise should include one or more of the following: Business Analytics, Digital Transformation, Business Process Automation, Management Information Systems, and community-partnered capstone courses.

    Qualifications: The successful candidate must complement and strengthen the existing teaching and research needs at the intersections of the faculties. Candidates are expected to hold a PhD in Computer Science, Business, Management, or a related area within six months of the expected start date of September 2nd, 2024. Candidates must demonstrate outstanding research and teaching excellence by providing evidence of the following:

    • High-quality publications in top-tier journals, conferences, or other demonstrated impacts such as published books, industry experience, high research impacts in policy, industry partnerships, research and development, or community partnerships
    • A strong independent research plan, which includes clear links between their research and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
    • How their work contributes to the advancement of equity, diversity, inclusion, accessibility, and decolonization (EDIA-D).
    • Experience working with interdisciplinary teams and the ability to collaborate with other researchers.
    • Commitment to delivering innovative teaching in subjects that span the faculties.

    The successful candidate will teach both undergraduate and graduate courses, supervise and mentor students, and support the collaborative initiatives between the faculties. The candidate is expected to establish an externally funded research program and foster new collaborations with government, industry, and with other members of Dalhousie’s research community.

    The Faculty of Computer Science is a research-focused faculty with over 70 faculty members, including Tier 1 and Tier 2 Canada Research Chairs. Around one quarter of our 2500 students are enrolled in master’s or doctoral programs. The faculty also partners with other Faculties and departments (including management, medicine, agriculture, law and statistics) to offer various multi-disciplinary study streams and, under the Master of Digital Innovation, is an active participant in the Interdisciplinary PhD program.

    Dalhousie’s Faculty of Computer Science offers a supportive, inclusive, multicultural, research-oriented environment with a firm commitment to justice, equality, diversity, and inclusion. The faculty offers reasonable teaching loads (with excellent TA support), and competitive pay and benefits (including health insurance, dental insurance, and an exceptional pension plan). The faculty supports new hires with moving assistance and start-up funding. Early-career researchers will enjoy the collaborative lab environment; mentoring; peer support for teaching, research, and grant writing; and extensive ties to local industry.

    The Faculty of Management has a long history of providing a world-class education and supporting innovative research leaders. A leader in experiential and work-integrated learning, we’re focused on being responsive to the world around us. Our research is relevant not just in our core areas, but also stretches across the University to fields like health, psychology, humanities, engineering, law, computer science, oceans, and agriculture. We are an inclusive community driven by curiosity, integrity, and discovery. We welcome and celebrate diverse perspectives.

    With more than 2500 students (over one-quarter graduate students) and 80 faculty members, we offer undergraduate programs (Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Management) and graduate programs (direct-entry and mid-career versions of the Master of Information, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Public Administration; and the Master of Science in Business. All of our degree programs are externally accredited. We actively participate in Dalhousie’s Interdisciplinary PhD program and the multi-Faculty Master of Digital Innovation.

    Dalhousie University is one of Canada’s U15 group of research-intensive universities. The funding situation is excellent: active researchers have many opportunities for both investigator-led operating grants and support for industry collaboration.

    Dalhousie is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada (http://www.discoverhalifaxns.com). Halifax is the largest city in Atlantic Canada and is vibrant, multicultural, and welcomes many newcomers. It is also a regional tech hub and affords residents with a high quality of life. We enjoy a wide variety of restaurants, parks, playgrounds, watersports in the summer, snow sports in the winter, a vast number of arts and cultural events, an excellent library system, and a convenient public transit system. Nova Scotia is home to many beautiful communities, campgrounds, trails, lakes, rivers, beaches, lighthouses and opportunities for running, hiking, cycling, ATVing, boating and generally exploring the great outdoors. Located in one of Canada’s more temperate areas, Nova Scotia gets warm, sunny summers, long, colourful autumns and cool, snowy winters.

    All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Dalhousie University commits to achieving inclusive excellence through continually championing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), persons of Black/African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), and members of other racialized groups, persons with disabilities, women, and persons identifying as members of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

    If you require any support for the purpose of accommodation, such as technical aids or alternative arrangements, please let us know of these needs and how we can be of assistance. Dalhousie University is committed to ensuring all candidates have full, fair, and equitable participation in the hiring process. Our complete Accommodation Policy can be viewed here.

    For full consideration, applicants should prepare and submit the following information within our online application system:

    • Cover Letter
    • Recent CV
    • Research Statement (one (1) page, reflective of your substantive research focus and the methodological approaches that you use to address your research) and include up to five sample publications.
    • Teaching Dossier which contains evidence of teaching excellence such as teaching evaluations
    • Commitment to diversity and equity statement (upload as “EDIA Statement”) (one (1) page, reflective of your perspectives on broadening participation, integrating multicultural experiences in pedagogical techniques/instruction and research to meet the needs of diverse constituents).
    • List of references: Names and contact information of three (3) persons. Reference letters are not required at this stage.

    Applications are due by March 30, 2024. Applications are to be submitted online at: https://dal.peopleadmin.ca/postings/15884

    Questions regarding the position may be sent to Dr. Colin Conrad, Chair of the Search Committee at: Colin.Conrad@dal.ca

  • 29 Feb 2024 4:00 PM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    (La version française suit)

    Position: Dean

    Organization: Laurentian University

    Unit: Faculty of Management


    Laurentian University is located on the traditional lands of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek, in proximity to the Wahnapitae First Nation, within the territory of the Robinson-Huron Treaty of 1850 in Sudbury, Ontario. Laurentian serves over 8000 students and is one of two bilingual universities in the province of Ontario. Committed to its bilingual and tri-cultural mandate, Laurentian University offers an experience in English and French with a comprehensive approach to Indigenous education. Laurentian’s beautiful, forested campus is surrounded by fresh-water lakes, conservation lands and hundreds of kilometres of cross-country and hiking trails while situated in the geographic centre of Greater Sudbury, northern Ontario’s major urban centre (population 170,000). Laurentian University has close and productive ties to Science North, the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory Lab (SNOLAB), Health Sciences North, and multiple post-secondary institutions.

    Laurentian is committed to cultivating a diverse, inclusive and vibrant academic work environment focusing on academic excellence, research and discovery, student success, and financial sustainability. The Faculty of Management includes the Schools of Business Administration and Sports Administration and is home to 1100 students, 31 full-time faculty and staff members. The Faculty offers three undergraduate programs: Business Administration (English), Administration des affaires (French), and Commerce in Sports Administration (SPAD) as well a graduate MBA program with a full online option. Collaborative partnerships support student mobility, and international agreements enable student and faculty exchanges. The Faculty has a large international student body, 11% undergraduate and 58% graduate, which is also reflected in its faculty complement.

    Reporting to the Provost and Vice-President Academic, the Dean of the Faculty of Management plays a key role in the academic life of the University. The Dean fosters strong relationships with staff, faculty members and Directors and also works collaboratively with stakeholder groups including governance bodies, accreditation bodies, fellow Deans, senior administration, student associations, unions, and external partners.

    The ideal candidate will be a forward looking, dynamic leader with a strong research profile, a commitment to teaching excellence, student success, and ensuring exceptional academic programs that meet the needs of students and employers now and into the future. Experience in budget management and resource allocation to support institutional and Faculty goals is desired. The Dean will bring strong interpersonal skills and cultivate an inclusive, collegial workplace and learning environment that brings people together. They will lead the development and implementation of a unified Faculty vision and strategy to ensure competitive programming, executive education, research and innovation. They will have knowledge of, and may have experience working in, northern communities, with Indigenous communities, and with Francophone communities in a minority setting. The Dean is expected to have an on-campus presence.

    As a key advocate and representative for Laurentian and the Faculty, the Dean seeks and develops links within the University and with industry and community partners, as well as the Faculty alumni nationally and around the world. Across Laurentian the Dean is a visible, collaborative, and approachable leader, forging cohesion and alignment with the Laurentian community and creating interdisciplinary opportunities.

    To apply please click here: https://boyden.thriveapp.ly/job/2336.

    For further information and the full executive briefing document, please contact Kathy Rahme at krahme@boyden.com and Collin Ritch and at critch@boyden.com.

    Laurentian University is an inclusive and welcoming community committed to employment equity. Applications are sought from qualified members of all communities and encourages members of equity-seeking communities including women, racialized and Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities/expressions to apply. Laurentian University’s bilingualism policy (Section 7.3.b) provides a provision regarding the language requirement for persons self-identifying as First Nations, Métis or Inuit. (https://laurentian.ca/bilingualism)


    Laurentian University is committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free experience to applicants with accessibility needs. Requests for accommodation can be made at any stage during the recruitment process. Please contact the Office of the Provost and Vice-President Academic for more information (pvpa@laurentian.ca).

    All qualified persons are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada will be given priority.

    To comply with federal laws, the University is obliged to gather statistical information as to how many applicants for each job vacancy are Canadian citizens / permanent residents of Canada. Applicants need not identify their country of origin or citizenship; however, all applicants must include one of the following statements: “I am a Canadian citizen / permanent resident of Canada”; OR, “I am not a Canadian citizen / permanent resident of Canada” in their cover letter. Applications that do not include this information will be deemed incomplete.

    Poste : Doyen ou Doyenne

    Institution : Université Laurentienne

    Unité : Faculté de gestion


    L’Université Laurentienne est située sur le territoire régi par le Traité Robinson-Huron de 1850. Elle reconnait qu’elle se trouve sur les terres traditionnelles des Atikameksheng Anishnawbek et à proximité de la Première Nation de Wahnapitae. L’Université Laurentienne sert plus de 8 000 étudiants et est l’une des deux universités bilingues de la province de l’Ontario. La Laurentienne s’engage à respecter son mandat bilingue et triculturel et offre une expérience hors pair en anglais et français, ainsi qu’une approche globale de l’éducation autochtone. Son magnifique campus boisé est entouré de lacs d’eau douce, de terrains de conservation de la nature et de centaines de kilomètres de pistes de randonnées et de cross-country. L’Université se trouve au centre géographique du Grand Sudbury, la ville la plus peuplée du nord de l’Ontario (170 000 habitants) et entretient des liens étroits et productifs avec Science Nord, le Laboratoire de l’Observatoire de neutrinos de Sudbury (SNOLAB), Horizon Santé-Nord et divers établissements postsecondaires.

    La Laurentienne s’engage à cultiver un milieu d’études et de travail hétérogène, englobant et dynamique, axé sur l’excellence pédagogique, la recherche et la découverte, la réussite des étudiants et la viabilité financière. Hébergeant les écoles d’administration des affaires et d’administration des sports, avec 1 100 étudiants et 31 membres à plein temps du corps professoral et du personnel, la Faculté de gestion offre trois programmes de premier cycle (Administration des affaires [en français], Business Administration [en anglais] et Commerce en administration des sports [SPAD]) ainsi qu’un programme de MBA offrant le choix de faire les études complètes en ligne. Des partenariats de collaboration favorisent la mobilité étudiante et des ententes conclues sur le plan mondial permettent les échanges parmi les membres de la population étudiante et du corps professoral. La Faculté compte un important effectif d’étudiants étrangers, à savoir 11 % de sa population étudiante au premier cycle et 58 % aux cycles supérieurs, ce qui est aussi reflété dans la composition du corps professoral.

    Le doyen ou la doyenne de la Faculté de gestion relève de la vice-rectrice principale aux études et joue un rôle clé dans la vie universitaire à la Laurentienne. Cette personne cultive de bonnes relations avec le personnel, le corps professoral et la haute direction tout en collaborant avec des groupes d’intervenants tels que les agences gouvernementales, les organismes subventionnaires, les autres doyens, les cadres dirigeants, les associations étudiantes, les syndicats et les partenaires externes.

    La personne idéale sera une ou un leader dynamique tourné vers l’avenir, avec un solide profil de recherche et un engagement envers l’excellence en enseignement et la réussite des étudiants. Elle veillera à l’offre de programmes d’études exceptionnels qui répondent aux besoins actuels et futurs des étudiants et des employeurs. Une expérience est recherchée en matière de gestion budgétaire et d’affectation de ressources pour soutenir les objectifs de l’Université et de la Faculté. En outre, la personne choisie fera preuve d’un bon entregent et favorisera un milieu collégial et englobant de travail et d’études qui rassemble les gens. Elle dirigera l’élaboration et la mise en œuvre d’une vision unifiée pour la Faculté ainsi que d’une stratégie assurant la concurrence de la programmation, de la formation des cadres, de la recherche et de l’innovation. Elle aura également une connaissance, peut-être aussi de l’expérience, en matière de travail auprès de communautés du Nord, autochtones et francophones en milieu minoritaire. Il est entendu qu’elle aura une présence sur le campus.

    Comme personne qui représente et prône la Laurentienne et la Faculté, le ou la titulaire du poste recherche et noue des liens à l’Université, avec des secteurs industriels et des partenaires communautaires ainsi qu’avec les diplômés de la Faculté au Canada et dans le monde. Cette personne est en vue à la Laurentienne et est leader coopératif et abordable qui renforce la cohésion et l’harmonisation avec la communauté universitaire tout en favorisant de solides relations avec les anciens, les secteurs industriels et les partenaires communautaires dans l’intérêt d’une population étudiante hétérogène.

    Pour postuler, veuillez appuyer ici : https://boyden.thriveapp.ly/job/2336

    Pour obtenir plus de détails et le document complet d’information, veuillez écrire à Kathy Rahme à krahme@boyden.com ou Collin Ritch à critch@boyden.com.

    L’Université Laurentienne est une communauté englobante et accueillante et encourage les candidatures de membres de communautés qui recherchent l’équité, y compris les femmes et les personnes racialisées, autochtones, handicapées et de toutes orientations sexuelles et identités et expressions sexuelles. La politique de bilinguisme de l’Université Laurentienne (section 7.3.b) contient une disposition concernant l’exigence linguistique pour les personnes qui s’identifient comme membres des Premières Nations, métisses ou inuites (https://laurentienne.ca/bilinguisme).


    L’Université Laurentienne se fait un devoir d’offrir une expérience englobante et sans obstacle aux personnes ayant des besoins en matière d’accessibilité. Il est possible de demander des adaptations à tout stade du processus de recrutement. Veuillez communiquer avec le Vice-rectorat aux études pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements (pvpa@laurentienne.ca).

    Toutes les personnes qualifiées sont invitées à poser leur candidature, mais, conformément aux exigences en matière d’immigration au Canada, les citoyens canadiens et les résidents permanents au Canada auront la priorité.

    Afin de se conformer aux lois fédérales, l’Université doit compiler des statistiques sur le nombre de candidats à chaque poste affiché qui sont citoyens canadiens ou résidents permanents. Il n’est pas nécessaire d’indiquer la citoyenneté ou le pays d’origine. On doit toutefois inclure l’énoncé « Je suis citoyen canadien/résident permanent du Canada » ou « Je ne suis pas citoyen/résident permanent du Canada », sans quoi le dossier sera considéré comme incomplet.

  • 28 Feb 2024 5:53 PM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    (La version française suit)

    Position: Assistant Professor in Management and Marketing (10-month, several positions)

    Organization: Bishop's University

    Unit: Williams School of Business

    Location: Sherbrooke, Québec

    Preferred Start Date: 2024, July 1st


    The Williams School of Business at Bishop’s University, located on the traditional and unceded territory of the Abenaki people in Sherbrooke, Quebec, invites applications for full-time, ten-month sessional positions at a rank commensurate with qualifications and experience, starting July 1, 2024. We are particularly interested in candidates with demonstrated research/industry expertise and teaching excellence. Positions are open in the areas of Management and Marketing. All courses will be taught in English.

    Candidates should have at minimum a completed Master’s degree in a relevant field and a demonstrated commitment to teaching at the undergraduate level in Business.

    Bishop’s University is a primarily undergraduate institution with a strong emphasis on dynamic and effective teaching, experiential learning, and research and knowledge mobilization. Located in the beautiful Eastern Townships just southeast of Montreal, our riverside campus has a growing and vibrant research culture, cohesive community, small class sizes, collegial faculty and staff, and is rated first in the country on student satisfaction. One of our strategic priorities is to enhance the strength, vibrancy, diversity and inclusivity of the Bishop’s community.

    The Williams School of Business is committed to its increasing success at providing faculty with a vibrant and supportive environment in which to excel at teaching, research and professional activity. Collegiality and professional flexibility are important characteristics of the Business School and would be expected in the successful candidate.

    Bishop’s University implements an equal access employment program under the Act respecting equal access to employment in public bodies and welcomes applicants who are committed to upholding the values of equity, diversity, and inclusion and who will assist us expand our capacity for diversity and inclusion. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been historically disadvantaged and marginalized, including Indigenous peoples, visible and ethnic minorities, persons with disabilities, women and LGBTQ2+. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

    Review of applications will begin on March 11th, 2024. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

    Application packages, including a cover letter, curriculum vitae, statement of research achievements, teaching dossier, (including teaching philosophy and evaluations when available), and two letters of reference, must be sent by email as one PDF file to wsb@UBishops.ca. If specific accommodations are required in order to participate in the recruitment process, they should also be included as part of the application packages.

    Poste : Professeur adjoint en gestion et marketing (10 mois, plusieurs postes)

    Institution : Université Bishop's

    Unité : École de gestion Williams

    Lieu : Sherbrooke, Québec

    Date de début : 1er juillet 2024

    L’École de gestion Williams à l’Université Bishop’s, située sur le territoire traditionnel et non cédé du peuple abénaquis, à Sherbrooke, Québec, invite les candidatures afin de combler des postes temporaires de 10 mois, au rang approprié selon le niveau de qualifications et d’expérience des candidat.e.s, à compter du 1er juillet 2021. Nous sommes particulièrement intéressés par les candidat.e.s ayant une expertise de recherche et d’enseignements dans l’un des sujets suivants: Gestion et Marketing. Tous les cours seront enseignés en anglais.

    Les candidat.e.s doivent posséder au minimum une maîtrise dans la discipline d’expertise exprimée et démontrer un fort potentiel pour l’enseignement universitaire au premier cycle en administration.

    L’Université Bishop’s est une institution principalement de premier cycle qui met l’accent sur un enseignement dynamique et efficace, l’apprentissage par l’expérience, la recherche et la mobilisation des connaissances. Situé dans les magnifiques Cantons de l’Est, juste au sud-est de Montréal, notre campus riverain possède une culture de recherche dynamique et en pleine croissance, une communauté cohésive, des classes de petite taille, un corps professoral et un personnel collégial, et classé premier au pays en ce qui concerne la satisfaction des étudiants. L'une de nos priorités stratégiques est de renforcer le dynamisme, la diversité et l'inclusivité au sein de la communauté universitaire de Bishop’s.

    L’École de gestion Williams s’engage à fournir à son corps professoral un environnement dynamique et favorable à l’enseignement, la recherche et aux activités professionnelles. La collégialité et la flexibilité professionnelle sont des caractéristiques importantes de l’École, lesquelles sont également recherchées chez les candidat.e.s pour ce poste.

    L’Université Bishop’s applique un programme d’accès à l’égalité en vertu de la Loi sur l’accès à l’égalité en emploi dans des organismes publics et encourage les candidat.e.s qui s’engagent à respecter les valeurs d’équité, de diversité et d’inclusion et qui nous aideront à accroître notre capacité en matière de diversité et d’inclusion. Nous encourageons les candidatures de membres de groupes historiquement défavorisés et marginalisés, notamment les peuples autochtones, les minorités visibles et ethniques, les personnes handicapées, les femmes et les personnes LGBTQ2+. Veuillez noter que tous les candidat.e.s qualifié.e.s sont encouragé.e.s à postuler; toutefois, les candidatures des Canadiens et des résident.e.s permanent.e.s seront traitées en priorité.

    La révision des dossiers de candidature débutera le 11 mars 2024. Seules les personnes retenues pour une entrevue seront contactées.

    Les dossiers de candidature, comprenant une lettre de présentation, un curriculum vitae, un énoncé des réalisations en matière de recherche, un dossier d’enseignement, incluant les rapports d’évaluation (si disponibles), ainsi que deux lettres de référence, doivent être transmis par courriel dans un seul fichier en format PDF à wsb@UBishops.ca. Si des aménagements spécifiques sont nécessaires afin que les candidat.e.s puissent participer au processus de sélection, ceux-ci devraient être spécifiés dans les dossiers de candidature.

  • 27 Feb 2024 1:54 PM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    Position: Lecturer, Assistant Professor or Associate Professor of Innovation & Entrepreneurship

    Organization: Dalhousie University

    Unit: Faculty of Management

    Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia


    As a signatory of the Scarborough Charter on Anti-Black Racism and Black Inclusion, Dalhousie has committed to taking decisive action to recruit Black scholars to the university and to employ best practices to support their retention and advancement. This commitment is expressed in our Strategic Plan’s second pillar, Inclusive Excellence. In keeping with these commitments and our institutional drive and obligation to enrich our research, teaching, and learning environment and community engagement, Dalhousie invites applications for the below position.

    This opportunity is part of a cluster hiring initiative supported by the Dalhousie Diversity Faculty Award (DDFA) program. In keeping with the principles of employment equity, the DDFA program aims to correct historic underrepresentation. This initiative is supporting inclusive excellence by appointing 5 Black scholars to the university across multiple disciplines. Cluster hires promote interdisciplinary collaboration, while creating communities of support for scholars from underrepresented groups. These new scholars will find opportunities for scholarly contributions, collaboration, and support as Fellows of the newly established Black Studies Research Institute and will contribute to our emerging transdisciplinary program in Black and African Diaspora Studies (BAFD).

    Further information about this initiative may be found here https://www.dal.ca/dept/senior-administration/provost-vp-academic/inclusive-hiring.html.

    About the Opportunity:

    The Faculty of Management at Dalhousie invites applications for a probationary tenure-track, tenure-track or tenured appointment at the rank of Lecturer, Assistant, Associate in the areas of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. The successful candidate will teach both undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurship courses, supervise and mentor students, and support the Faculty’s initiatives. We are especially interested in applications from scholars whose work will advance teaching, research and entrepreneurship-based extra-curricular activities aligned with the Faculty’s inclusive innovation mandate, which aims to service graduate and undergraduate students university-wide. Applicants will also have the opportunity to participate in Dalhousie’s Black Studies Research Institute and to develop and teach Management courses that are included in Dalhousie’s new major in Black and African Diaspora Studies.

    The applicant must have a Masters degree in a relevant discipline and be committed to completing a PhD in a relevant discipline, or already have a PhD in a relevant discipline. Applicants who do not yet have a PhD may be offered a deferred start date in order to complete their PhD before taking up the position. This deferral also includes the possibility of a limited-term appointment, potentially at a lower FTE during PhD completion. For applicants’ with a Masters degree but without a doctoral degree, the details of their appointment are open to negotiation and to the best approach for both the successful candidate and the Faculty of Management.

    Applicants must be able to demonstrate a history of substantive engagement with African Nova Scotian, Black, African, and/or African Diaspora communities in entrepreneurship and innovative initiatives. Applicants should also have an outstanding academic record, a record of scholarly engagement and a commitment to teaching excellence (or demonstrated teaching excellence for applicants already holding and academic appointment).

    The Faculty of Management has a long history of providing a world-class education and supporting innovative research leaders. A leader in experiential and work-integrated learning, we’re focused on being responsive to the world around us. Our research is relevant not just in our core areas, but also stretches across the University to fields like health, psychology, humanities, engineering, law, computer science, oceans, and agriculture. We are an inclusive community driven by curiosity, integrity, and discovery. We welcome and celebrate diverse perspectives.

    With more than 2500 students (over one-quarter graduate students) and 80 faculty members, we offer undergraduate programs (Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Management) and graduate programs (direct-entry and mid-career versions of the Master of Information, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Public Administration; and the Master of Science in Business). All of our degree programs are externally accredited. We actively participate in Dalhousie’s Interdisciplinary PhD program and the multi-Faculty Master of Digital Innovation.

    Dalhousie University is among Canada’s U15 group of leading research-oriented universities. We are located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada a city known for its great quality of life. Located in one of Canada’s more temperate areas, Nova Scotia gets warm, sunny summers; long, colorful autumns; and cool, snowy winters.

    Information about the Faculty of Management may be found here: https://www.dal.ca/faculty/management.html

    Dalhousie University is located in Nova Scotia, Canada (Mi’kma’ki) with four campuses in Halifax and Truro, and satellite locations in Yarmouth and Saint John, New Brunswick. As Atlantic Canada’s primary research-intensive university and a member of the U15 Group of Canadian Universities, our 13 academic Faculties expand understanding through teaching excellence and a drive for discovery that results in more than $214 million in research funding each year.

    Each year, Dalhousie welcomes almost 21,000 students from more than 115 countries around the world. A diverse population of Black students call Dalhousie home, including those from African Nova Scotian, Black/African Canadian, and international communities. The United Nations recognized African Canadians as a distinct group and Dalhousie acknowledges African Nova Scotians as distinct people who have shaped the province and the university for centuries. In 2018, Dalhousie launched the African Nova Scotian Strategy, which was then further updated in 2021 through the work of the strategy’s working group, which includes Dalhousie’s Director of African Nova Scotian Community Engagement. The Strategy is aimed at ensuring sustainable initiatives that support African Nova Scotian students, staff, and faculty members.

    Dalhousie has a strong history of introducing ground-breaking initiatives that have created many opportunities for Black students including the Indigenous Blacks & Mi’kmaq Initiative at the Schulich School of Law and Promoting Leadership in Health for African Nova Scotians program. The university has also developed strong ties to several organizations serving that community, for example to the African Canadian Services Branch of the Department of Education – the only such branch in Canada serving Black students in K-12, to the Delmore Buddy Daye Learning Institute and to the Afrocentric Math cohort at Auburn High school.

    In 1970, Dalhousie established the Transition year Program (TYP), which provides opportunities for individuals who may face barriers to post-secondary education to prepare for all aspects of academic life and gain access to the university. Nearly two decades ago, Imhotep’s Legacy Academy was established, an innovative university-community partnership designed to create pathways into STEM for students of African descent.

    Dalhousie established the James R. Johnston (JRJ) Chair in Black Canadian Studies in 1991 which was at the time, the only endowed Black Studies Chair at a Canadian university. The current Chair, Dr. OmiSoore Dryden, recently established the Black Studies Research Institute (BSRI), a pan-university institute centering transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary research in Black studies. The BSRI will intersect closely with the university’s minor in Black and African Diaspora Studies, developed by former JRJ Chair Dr. Afua Cooper, and the university is now working on a proposal for a full degree program, the development of which is being championed by members of Dalhousie’s Black Faculty and Staff Caucus and supported by senior leaders across the university.

    Dalhousie was also the first in Canada to join the Universities Studying Slavery group of institutions, out of which the Lord Dalhousie Report was published. Recommendations led to the Sankofa scholarships, renaming of streets to reflect the Black contribution to Canada and a concerted plan in our international strategy to form even more meaningful educational partnerships with the Caribbean.

    As a signatory of the Scarborough Charter, and in keeping with these long-standing institutional commitments to recruiting and supporting Black faculty, staff, and students across the university, Dalhousie is now in an excellent position to support this cluster hiring initiative and candidates will enter a Faculty and university that has demonstrated outstanding and unique support for Black faculty and students.

    More information about Dalhousie may be found here: www.dal.ca

    This position is designated to candidates who self-identify as persons of Black/African descent, especially African Nova Scotians. All such qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Dalhousie recognizes that candidates may self-identify in more than one equity-deserving group, and in this spirit, we encourage applications from candidates who (in addition to being of Black/African descent) also identify as Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), members of other racialized groups, women, persons with a disability, and/or members of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

    See https://www.dal.ca/dept/hr/employment_equity/definitions-equity-deserving-groups.html for definitions of equity-deserving groups.

    A complete application includes:

    • Cover letter
    • Recent Curriculum Vitae
    • Evidence of substantive engagement with Black African Nova Scotian, African, and/or African Diaspora communities and the effectiveness thereof.
    • Research Statement (one (1) page, reflective of your substantive research focus and the methodological approaches that you use to address your research)
    • Teaching Statement (one (1) page, reflective of your teaching philosophy and teaching interests)
    • If applicable, evidence of teaching effectiveness and experience such as teaching evaluations, letters from colleagues or students, and/or research related to the scholarship of teaching and learning (If no such documents are available, please re-upload the teaching statement here.)
    • Commitment to diversity and equity statement (upload as “EDIA Statement”) (one (1) page, reflective of your approach to supporting inclusive innovation)
    • List of references: Names and contact information of three (3) persons. Reference letters are not required at this stage.

    If you require any support for the purpose of accommodation, such as technical aids or alternative arrangements, please let us know of these needs and how we can be of assistance. Dalhousie University is committed to ensuring all candidates have full, fair, and equitable participation in the hiring process. Our complete Accommodation Policy can be viewed here.

    Review of applications will begin on March 30th, 2024, and will continue until the position is filled.

    Applications are to be submitted online at: https://dal.peopleadmin.ca/postings/15812

  • 27 Feb 2024 1:45 PM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    Position: Open rank in Supply Chain Management (tenure-track)

    Organization: Thompson Rivers University

    Unit: Bob Gaglardi School of Business and Economics

    Location: Kamloops, British Columbia

    Preferred Start Date: 2024, July 1st


    About the Position

    The Bob Gaglardi School of Business and Economics at Thompson Rivers University (TRU) invites applications for a probationary Open Rank tenure-track appointment in Supply Chain Management, starting July 2024. In this research-oriented position, candidates will maintain an active research agenda while teaching five sections of 40 or fewer students each per academic year. Preference will be given to candidates with the ability to teach in a variety of Supply Chain courses.

    The successful candidate will be awarded the NRI Distributing Research Fellowship in Supply Chain Management with a research annual award of $20,000 research, renewable for up to five years. In this research-oriented position, candidates will maintain an activere search agenda while teaching five sections of 40 or fewer students each per academic year. Preference will be given to candidates with the ability to teach in a variety of Supply Chain courses.

    About the Department of Management, International Business, Information and SupplyChain (MISC)

    Our department is a collection of individuals interested in what keeps the modern world functioning. While we are defined as academics in supply chain, international business, strategic management and management information systems we believe that we have a responsibility as global citizens to try to make the world a better place now and in the future. Our interests are broad but may be encompassed by two primary themes: global citizenship and data-driven decision making. We invite individuals interested in research topics related to these themes to apply for this position. Examples of such topics include, but are not limited to, humanitarian logistics, sustainable supply chains, supply chain analytics, bottom-of-the-pyramid focused research with a global focus, indigenous supply chain issues, supply chain transparency, and international business as an enabler of improved human welfare.

    About the School of Business and Economics

    With over 4000 on-campus students the School of Business and Economics is the largest business school in the interior of British Columbia, offering undergraduate, post baccalaureate and graduate programs in business and economics including Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Environmental Economics and Management, Master of Science in Environmental Economics and Management. SoBE is also Thompson Rivers University’s largest faculty. What makes SoBE special is that even with its size it maintains a collaborative environment, with support provided to assist professors with both research and teaching.

    About Thompson Rivers University

    With over 25,000 on-campus and online students and more than 100 undergraduate and graduate programs in eight diverse faculties, TRU celebrates academic excellence and excels at providing exceptional experiential learning opportunities. TRU delivers graduate and undergraduate programs in Business, Law, Nursing, Education, Computer Science and Arts and Science. Our students and faculty reflect the local, national and global community. TRU provides a rich and engaging student-centred environment where students and faculty know each other by name. TRU strives to create inclusive and rewarding student experiences, both on and off campus.

    What TRU Offers

    TRU off ers competitive salary, benefits and a defined benefit pension plan, personal development funds and sabbaticals outlined by the TRUFA collective agreement. The Bob Gaglardi School of Business and Economics and TRU provide researchers the opportunity to apply to a variety of research funding sources available. TRU’s classes and off ices are located on a spectacular campus with panoramic views of the Thompson Rivers and surrounding mountains. Nestled between hiking trails of Kenna Cartwright Park and within walking distance of downtown, TRU off ers a country in the city feeling that is unlike any other university.

    Welcome to the BC Interior

    Thompson Rivers University is located in Kamloops, British Columbia. Life in the sunny interior of British Columbia provides immediate access to some of the most incredible outdoor experiences Canada has to off er ranging from winter sports at Sun Peaks Resort, to some of Canada’s best mountain biking and hiking trails, walking distance from TRU. Located between the coastal and Rocky Mountains, Kamloops is within 30 minutes from hundreds of beautiful freshwater lakes, and only 3 hours from Vancouver. With a relatively mild winter and spectacularly warm and dry summers, Kamloops off ers a high quality of life. A city with less than 100,000 residents, it is served by an airport, a hospital, a university, a WHL hockey team and yet still maintains a small-town feel where one never commutes longer than 10 minutes. It is a safe community to raise a family and maintains reasonable housing prices.

    Applicants

    TRU is committed to building and fostering an inclusive environment. TRU continuously strives to increase the diversity of its faculty and welcomes applications from all; including those who identify as Indigenous, from visible minorities, those having disabilities and from persons of any sexual and gender identities. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. As per Canadian immigration requirements, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. The university will assist any candidate who requires assistance to accommodate disabilities during the recruitment process. If required, please notify us of your request with your application.

    Qualifications

    We seek applicants with a strong commitment to excellence in scholarly research and teaching in the field of Supply Chain Management. A Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management or a related area is required, but applicants who are ABD and close to completion of their PhD are welcome to apply and will be considered. The position entails conducting and publishing rigorous academic research and developing and sustaining high-quality teaching and learning environments for students. Accordingly, applicants must demonstrate success in publishing or the potential to publish in peer-reviewed Supply Chain Management and related business journals, as well as commitment to developing and maintaining strong teaching skills. It is also expected that the candidate will make a strong ongoing service contribution to the department, school, university and/or the broader community.

    Application Process

    Assessment of applications will begin in December 2023 and will continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants should submit the following:

    • Cover letter
    • Curriculum Vitae
    • Statement of research interest(s)
    • Examples of scholarly research including conference papers, working papers and/or publications
    • Teaching dossier including a statement of teaching philosophy, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and teaching evaluations.
    • Names and contact information for three academic referees.

    Please apply via the Thompson Rivers University Careers website at https://www.tru.ca/careers.html

    Inquiries should be directed to the attention of:

    Dr. Nancy Southin, Chair

    Department of Management, Information and Supply Chain

    School of Business and Economics

    Thompson Rivers University

    Kamloops, BC, V2C 0C8

    Email: nsouthin@tru.ca

  • 27 Feb 2024 1:45 PM | Pierre-Jean Darres (Administrator)

    Position: Instructor in Information Science (limited term)

    Organization: Dalhousie University

    Unit: Faculty of Management

    Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia

    Preferred Start Date: 2024, July 1st


    The Faculty of Management and the Department of Information Science (DIS) invite applications for a limited term appointment of up to three years in the Faculty of Management at the rank of instructor, commencing July 1, 2024.

    The successful candidate will play a key role in refining and growing the options to study information science as an undergraduate student at Dalhousie. Information is critical to society, and we believe students in all programs should have access through courses, certificates, minors, and majors to information-centric topics including knowledge justice, misinformation and disinformation, information and social justice, GIS, accessible design, community-led services, security, privacy, bias in information systems, digital humanities, and more.

    Successful candidates will contribute through course development, teaching, and project management. In course development, the successful candidate will be expected to contribute 1-2 new undergraduate courses in their area of expertise. In teaching, the successful candidate will take responsibility for teaching courses (face-to-face or virtually) in the Faculty of Management, that would otherwise be taught by other full-time Information Science faculty members, to ensure the Department has capacity to contribute to this project. In the project management role, the successful candidate will help advance this project by acting on behalf of the project champions (the Dean and the Department Chair) to:

    • work with faculty members to imagine new courses that faculty member might create
    • liaise with program directors to identify intersections with other academic programs (including minors and majors and cross-listing to Masters courses)
    • shepherd course syllabi through approval processes
    • and work with staff to promote the new courses.

    Required qualifications, experience and skills:

    • Master’s degree in information, library studies, or related degree.
    • Demonstrated research, teaching, or professional experience in the field of Information Science with a focus on at least one (preferably more) key area(s) of knowledge justice, misinformation and disinformation, geospatial information systems, accessible design, community-led services, security, private, bias in information systems, or digital humanities. Knowledge can be demonstrated via a record of publication, teaching experience, professional experience, and/or relevant community experience. Additional subjects will be considered if they are in the domain of information science, not obviously and consistently extant in other fields at Dalhousie, and likely to be of broad interest and relevance to undergraduate students.
    • Established record of teaching excellence, preferably at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
    • Demonstrated experience with online teaching and/or pedagogical methods such as experiential learning, student-centered learning, transformative pedagogies, digital pedagogy, and online dialogue.
    • Demonstrated ability with curriculum development and design, or project management.
    • Ability to work collaboratively and as part of a team.

    Preferred qualifications, experience, and skills:

    • A PhD degree in information, library studies, or a related field completed, or in progress.
    • Professional library, archives, cultural heritage, information management or data management experience will be an asset.

    The Faculty of Management has a long history of providing a world-class education and hosting innovative research leaders, and of preparing students to make a lasting impact on the world. As leaders in experiential and innovative learning, we are focused on being responsive to the world around us and building strong relationships that facilitate social and economic good. We are an inclusive community driven by curiosity, integrity, and discovery. We welcome and celebrate diverse perspectives. Our research is relevant not just in our core areas, but also stretches across the University to fields such as health, psychology, engineering, law, computer science, oceans, and agriculture.

    With more than 2,500 students (over one-quarter graduate students) and 80 faculty members, we offer undergraduate programs (Bachelor of Commerce & Bachelor of Management) and graduate programs (direct-entry and mid-career versions of the Master of Information, Master of Business Administration, Master of Public Administration, Master of Science in Business). All our degree programs are externally accredited. We actively participate in Dalhousie’s Interdisciplinary PhD program and the multi-Faculty Master of Digital Innovation.

    Dalhousie University is among Canada’s U15 group of leading research-oriented universities. We are located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada a city known for its great quality of life. Located in one of Canada’s more temperate areas, Nova Scotia gets warm, sunny summers; long, colourful autumns; and cool, snowy winters.

    Dalhousie University commits to achieving inclusive excellence through continually championing equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility. The university encourages applications from Indigenous persons (especially Mi’kmaq), persons of Black/African descent (especially African Nova Scotians), and members of other racialized groups, persons with disabilities, women, persons identifying as members of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities, and all candidates who would contribute to the diversity of our community. For more information, please visit www.dal.ca/hiringfordiversity.

    Dalhousie recognizes that career paths can be diverse and that career interruptions may occur. Applicants are encouraged to include, in their cover letter, an explanation of the impact that any career interruptions may have had on their CV. Dalhousie also recognizes the need to accommodate candidates to ensure their full, fair, and equitable participation in the hiring process. Our complete Accommodation Policy can be viewed online at: www.dal.ca/policies.

    The position is covered by the collective agreement between the Board of Governors of Dalhousie University and the Dalhousie Faculty Association (DFA), which can be viewed online at: https://www.dfa.ns.ca/collective-agreement/current-agreement.

    All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    Inquiries may be directed to the Dr. Louise Spiteri (Louise.Spiteri@Dal.Ca) Chair of the Search committee. Applicants should submit a CV, cover letter, teaching dossier including sample syllabi of courses developed and evidence of curriculum or pedagogical development, and sample teaching evaluations. Review of applications will begin on March 30th, 2024, and will continue until the position is filled.

    Applications must be submitted electronically through the Dal Faculty Career Site: https://dal.peopleadmin.ca/postings/15837

    If you require any support for the purpose of accommodation, such as technical aids or alternative arrangements, please let us know of these needs and how we can be of assistance. Dalhousie University is committed to ensuring all candidates have full, fair, and equitable participation in the hiring process. Our complete Accommodation Policy can be viewed here.

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