Sessional Lecturer, JSGS 849. 3 Social Economy and Public Policy
University of Saskatchewan
The Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy invites applications for a Sessional Lecturer to teach the following course during the 2023-24 Spring/Summer session:
Course Number, Section, and Name: JSGS 849.3 Social Economy and Public Policy
Term and Course Dates: Spring 2024
Delivery Mode: Online asynchronous delivery with weekly synchronous check-in sessions
Course Schedule: Dates of weekly synchronous check-in sessions will be discussed with the successful candidate.
Expected Enrollment Limit: 25-30 students
Qualifications: Minimum of a Master’s degree in public administration, public policy, or a related discipline; a PhD degree is preferred. A minimum of five years of experience in a social economy organization is required.
The appointment period includes additional days in recognition of preparation and marking time required.
Course may be cancelled due to low enrolment.
No later than November 14, 2023, submit the following documents as a single PDF file to jsgs‑[email protected] :
The subject line must indicate the course for which you are applying.
If you are currently employed by the University of Saskatchewan in a full-time non-teaching position, discuss your application with your people leader to ensure the appointment is suitable relative to your current position.
Department: School of Public Policy
Employment Group: CUPE 3287
Academic Calendar: Course Dates and Academic Calendar
Stipend: CUPE 3287 Stipends
Posted Date: 11/8/2023
Closing Date: 11/14/2023
Number of Openings: 1
Work Location: On Campus
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