Please find below links to 4 position descriptions at Montana State University in Bozeman. MSU-Bozeman provides numerous opportunities for Indigenous faculty to expand their research and teaching presence through interdisciplinary connections, community outreach and engagement, and work with students. The MSU Department of Education is particularly committed to preparing tomorrow teachers, educational leaders, and researchers to advance the efforts of Montana’s innovative Indian Education for All legislation.
Christine Rogers Stanton
Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education
Montana State University
Applications are now accepted for a number of temporary instructional positions in Spring 2014
Sessional Instructor positions: Deadline for Application: 4 p.m., Thursday, November 7, 2013.
Teaching Assistant position: Deadline for Application: 4 p.m., Monday, November 4, 2013.
Application details and full postings: http://www.sfu.ca/fns/employ/.
Other online posting locations: http://www.sfu.ca/dean-gradstudies/job-postings/FASS-postings/FirstNationsStudies.html
These positions are subject to budget availability and satisfactory enrollment. Please submit ONE application for EACH position.
Department of First Nations Studies email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Simon Fraser University
General Office: Saywell Hall 9091
8888 University Drive, Burnaby, BC, V5A 1S6, Canada
Tenure-Track Assistant/Associate Professor Position in Indigenous Education – College of Education, University of Arizona
The internationally recognized Language, Reading and Culture (LRC) program in the department of Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies (TLS) at the University of Arizona (UA) announces an Assistant/Associate professor position in Indigenous Education effective August 2014. The UA not only lies in a dynamic transnational border region, but in close proximity to rich Native American cultures, including 22 federally recognized tribes in the state of Arizona. Native American students on the UA campus represent over 75 Native American tribes with the majority coming from Arizona tribes and reservations. As a land grant institution, the UA has an important responsibility to Native American students and Nations. With the current open position, the College of Education at the UA seeks to further strengthen our undergraduate and graduate programs with the integration of Indigenous knowledge systems, epistemologies, and decolonizing research methodologies.
This position offers an opportunity to join a department comprised of two outstanding programs: Language Reading and Culture (LRC) and Teaching and Teacher Education (TTE). TLS faculty engage in interdisciplinary research and teaching, and demonstrate a deep commitment to social justice. TLS provides a collaborative work environment for faculty research and grant development and encourages cross-program and cross-departmental research initiatives, along with opportunities of collaboration across the college and the university. Existing faculty research and teaching interests in the area of Indigenous education include Indigenous youth language learning and practice; maintenance and revitalization of Indigenous language and culture; transnational Indigenous teacher education efforts; and Indigenous knowledge systems, including Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) systems. Additional faculty areas of expertise and interest across the department include multicultural, multilingual and multiliteracy education; anthropology and education; immigrant education; applied linguistics; language policy and planning; literacy processes and pedagogy; early childhood education; world children’s and adolescent literature; STEM education; technology and literacy; teacher education; and environmental learning and sustainability education.
Applications are now being accepted and will be reviewed starting on November 15, 2013. Review will continue until the position is filled.
For more information, please refer to the full posting: Indigenous ed position_FINAL_POSTED
The Department of Sociology invites applications for two (2) tenure-track positions.
(1) An English-language tenure-track appointment in the Sociology of Regional Development with a focus on community and northern health at the rank of Assistant Professor, beginning July 1, 2014. The successful candidate will be expected to teach in English at the undergraduate level, and contribute to graduate programs such as the M.A. in Applied Social Research, the M.A. in Indigenous Relations, the Ph.D. in Human Studies or the Ph.D. in Rural and Northern Health. Applicants must have a completed Ph.D. or be near to completion, with demonstrated research productivity and teaching experience. Candidates should submit a statement of current and prospective research, a teaching dossier, a curriculum vitae, and three letters of reference to email@example.com.
(2) Un poste francophone menant à la permanence en Sociologie du développement axé sur les collectivités francophones, métisses et autochtones du Nord de l’Ontario au rang de professeur-e adjoint-e. Entrée en fonction: le 1er juillet 2014. Les tâches liées au poste comprennent l’enseignement en français aux niveaux du premier cycle et du deuxième cycle en Sociologie et éventuellement au Ph.D. en Sciences humaines ainsi que des travaux de recherche dans le domaine d’expertise et des responsabilités administratives. Les qualifications requises consistent en un doctorat (ou alors presque terminé) et une excellence démontrée en recherche et en enseignement dans le ou les domaines de spécialisation. Les candidates et candidats sont priés de soumettre un résumé de leur programme de recherches actuel et futur, un dossier d’enseignement, un curriculum vitae et trois lettres de recommandation à firstname.lastname@example.org.
Director, National Research Centre of Indian Residential Schools – Office of the Vice-President (Research and International)
The salary range for this position (EMAPS Level) is $76,871-$138,179.
University of Manitoba
- Minimum masters level or advanced degree required.
- Priority will be given to Indigenous candidates.
- An acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
- At least seven years of relevant experience, primarily in First Nations/Metis/lnuit organizations in a policy, programming, research, administrative, negotiation or leadership role required.
- Experience in public speaking, advocacy, report writing and event planning are required.
- Demonstrated interest in and understanding of Indigenous cultures and issues are required.
- Demonstrated ability to foster strong community connections is required.
- Financial/budget management experience is required.
- Experience in identifying and developing partnerships to develop new initiatives and secure funding is highly desirable.
- Demonstrated ability to work with the media is desirable.
- Experience in the strategic planning, development and implementation of communications plans are desirable.
- Experience in publications management is an asset.
- Knowledge of university policies and procedures in accounting is an asset.
SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Excellent leadership, interpersonal, verbal, presentation and written communication skills are required.
- Ability to interact with individuals and groups in culturally diverse social, political, professional, NGO and educational environments.
- Strong multi-tasking, time-management and organizational skills are required.
- Proficiency with various software applications (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and a willingness to learn additional programs (including website management) are required.
- Ability to perform accounts reconciliation and fund maintenance are required.
- Ability to deal effectively and professionally with all levels of staff, students and the public required.
- Ability to prioritize and work effectively and efficiently.
- Problem solving abilities required, as well as being able to foresee upcoming situations and take initiative in handling them.
- Ability to learn and implement university regulations and policies.
OTHER JOB RELATED QUALIFICATIONS THAT MAY BE PREFERRED:
- Indian Residential School Survivor an asset.
- Responsible for co-ordination between university departments, external, working towards establishing the new (NRC) National Research Centre.
- Responsible for the negotiation of renovations.
- Liaise with current university archivists, the TRC, residential school survivors and partners outside the university, coordination of transfer of electronic, physical records and liaison with university archivists, IST, the TRC and partners outside the university, develops relationships with new partners, helps build an effective governance structure for the NRC.
- Assist in further start-up activities, responsible for community development including; relationships with survivors, Elders and First Nations, Metis, Inuit and non-status communities.
- Responsible for the day-to-day operations of Centre including; development of department’s budget, strategic plan, hiring, development of staff, managing staff performance, communications programs, providing leadership to staff to ensure coordinated effort towards the realization of the Centre’s goals and objectives, works in consultation with the NRC Head of Archives and Head of Research.
Closing date: November 15, 2013.
To apply for this position and for further information please visit https://umanitoba.hua.hrsmart.com/ats/js_job_details.php?reqid=3361.
For more information on this and other opportunities, please visit: umanitoba.ca/employment