Thursday, October 20, 2005
University of Ottawa
[Department Website][APSA elisting(requires membership)] Six Tenure-Track Faculty Positions ***Public administration: (1 position) The School of Political Studies is seeking applications for a position in the field of Canadian public administration and/or public policy analysis. The School welcomes applications from candidates with training in any discipline relevant to public administration and/or public policy analysis. The ability and interest to teach courses in quantitative research methods, human resources management or public finance will be considered an asset. ***International Relations (2 positions) The School of Political Studies is seeking applications for two positions in international relations. While these positions are open to any subfield, the School is especially interested in candidates whose research focuses on North-South relations, global governance, international security broadly defined, international political economy and/or international relations theory. For one of these positions, the School is looking for candidates with an interest in the role of the United States in global politics. ***Comparative politics: (2 positions) The School of Political Studies is seeking applications for two positions in comparative politics. In the case of at least one of these two positions, the School is interested in candidates specializing in the comparative politics of developing countries, with preference given to candidates whose research focuses on areas such as development theory, political economy of development, democratisation, or identity-based conflicts. While these positions are open to any subfield, the School is especially interested in candidates whose research focuses on Asia, the Middle East or North Africa. One appointment in the comparative politics of developing countries may be made at any rank. ***Canadian politics: (1 position) The School of Political Studies is seeking applications for a position in Canadian politics. While the position is open to any subfield, the School is especially interested in candidates whose research focuses on political institutions or political economy. An appointment in Canadian political institutions may be made at any rank. ***Duties – Teaching at the undergraduate and graduate levels – Supervising Masters and Ph.D. candidates – Conducting research and publishing activities – Participating in academic and administrative activities – Performing other activities as specified in the collective agreement ***Qualifications – Completed Ph.D. (candidates who are close to completing a Ph.D. may be considered) – Demonstrated excellence or the potential for excellence in teaching, research and team work – Strength of the publication and research track record ***Bilingualism French is the working language of the School of Political Studies. All professors at the School of Political Studies must be able to teach in French within two years of their initial appointment. ***Level of appointment Except where otherwise indicated, all appointments will be made at the rank of Assistant professor ***Employment conditions and salary are set by the current collective agreement. Tenure-track positions are subject to budgetary approval. ***Starting date: July 1, 2006 ***Applicants must submit, before November 7, 2005, a curriculum vitae, a letter indicating your teaching and research experience and interests, a copy of your principal publications and of your teaching evaluations, and ask three referees to send letters of recommendation to: Professor Claire Turenne Sjolander, Director and Associate Dean, School of Political Studies,University of Ottawa, 75 Laurier East, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5 Fax. : (613)562-5371; Email : email@example.com ***In accordance with Immigration Canada regulations, all qualified individuals are invited to apply; however, preference is given to both Canadian citizens and permanent residents. The University of Ottawa also has an employment equity policy. We therefore strongly encourage women, Aboriginal peoples, members of visible minorities and persons with disabilities to apply.
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