Sessional Instructors 2019-2020 Fall - Winter Courses, International Foundations Program
University of Calgary
Calgary, AB
The Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary is seeking sessional instructors to teach the following International Foundations Program courses for the 2019 Fall Session (September 5 to December 6, 2019) and 2020 Winter Session (January 13 to April 15, 2020).

Courses:
IFPX 280 - Academic Writing & Grammar II

IFPX 290 - Academic Writing & Grammar II

(IFPX 280 & IFPX 290 will be combined dependent on enrolment)

IFPX 283 - Reading Comprehension & Proficiency II

IFPX 293 - Reading Comprehension & Proficiency III

(IFPX 283 & IFPX 293 will be combined dependent on enrolment)

IFPX 287 - Listening Comprehension & Oral Fluency II

IFPX 297 - Listening Comprehension & Oral Fluency III

(IFPX 287 & IFPX 297 will be combined dependent on enrolment)

IFPX 332 - Advanced Academic English for Business Studies

IFPB 213 - Language Enrichment for Statistics 213

IFPX 334 - English for Professional Business Purposes

IFPB 227 - Language Enrichment for Strategy and Global Management 217

The International Foundations Program provides required English language skills to academically qualified students who do not meet the English language proficiency requirements of the University of Calgary. It also serves as a laboratory facility for teacher education (B.Ed.) students and graduate students specializing in teaching English as an Additional Language (EAL) and applied linguistics.

Sessional Instructors will teach students in the International Foundations Program and will serve as instructor of record for student teachers who are assigned to IFP for their field experience.

Position Requirements

International Foundations Program: To be considered, applicants must hold a doctorate degree specializing in Second Language Acquisition, TESOL, Applied Linguistics, 2nd Language Literacy Education or related field. Successful candidates must have proven experience in post-secondary EAP/ESL/SLA education using a variety of current pedagogical approaches, and a strong commitment to English language and/or bilingual education. Experience and proficiency teaching in an online environment is an asset. Candidates with a proven track record in English language instruction for Science and/or Engineering at a tertiary level are strongly encouraged to apply. Non-native speakers of English must be able to demonstrate proficiency and fluency in English equivalent to iBT TOEFL score of 110 or higher. Successful applicants will be expected to work effectively in a fast-paced and highly collaborative post-secondary teaching and learning environment. Information about our programs may be found on the Werklund School of Education's website.

Sessional positions are offered on a per course basis. Please see The Faculty Association of the University of Calgary (TUCFA) website for further information regarding conditions of employment and remuneration.

New applicants must submit:
Cover letter (Please include all courses of interest in the cover letter)
Up-to-date curriculum vitae
Evidence of teaching effectiveness
Three written letters of reference addressed to Dr. H. Douglas Sewell, Associate Dean, International Foundations Program
Returning applicants may express interest by sending an email to Dr. H. Douglas Sewell at hdouglas.sewell@ucalgary.ca

Please include the following:
Updated CV
Specific, named course(s) of interest and/or qualification
Most recent term of employment and course(s) taught
List of all courses applicant would be interested in teaching
Applicants may submit the required application materials electronically to hdouglas.sewell@ucalgary.ca

Application documents should be mailed or delivered to:
International Foundations Program
Werklund School of Education
c/o Dr. H. Douglas Sewell
ED Tower 340
2500 University Drive NW
Calgary AB T2N 1N4

The application deadline is June 27, 2019.

IFP wishes to thank all those who apply, but only those applicants invited to an interview will be contacted.

The University of Calgary recognizes that a diverse staff/faculty benefits and enriches the work, learning and research experiences of the entire campus and greater community. We are committed to removing barriers that have been historically encountered by some people in our society. We strive to recruit individuals who will further enhance our diversity and will support their academic and professional success while they are here. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. In this connection, at the time of your application, please answer the following question: Are you a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada? (Yes/No)