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Academic Positions

Tenure Track Positions

Tenure Track or Lecturer position in Counselling Psychology (Assistant Professor or Lecturer in Counselling Psychology in the area of school counselling)
Deadline for Applications is January 2, 2019

Appointment will begin on September 1, 2019

Non-Tenure Track Positions

Professor of Professional Practice or Clinical Professor in Counselling Psychology
Apply by:
Friday, April 5, 2019

Lecturer Positions

Limited-Term Lecturer Position in Indigenous Education and Pedagogy
Apply by:
Tuesday, March 26, 2019

* LTL-Indigenous Education.pdf
Please download this file for the details.

Positions in Undergraduate Programs

Additional Sessional Instructor position (EDUC 415/475-4 Designs for Learning: Mathematics, taught in French) is now available for Summer 2019

Apply by: 4pm, April 23rd, 2019 (Tues)

Positions in Professional Programs

NO POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.

Positions in Graduate Programs

Position Title: Graduate Sessional Instructor

Position: Sessional Instructor
Term: Summer Term 2019
Location: SFU Burnaby Campus
Apply by: 2019 March 7, 4:30 p.m.

Graduate Sessional Instructor
Position:
 EDUC 871-3  Family Counselling
Term: Summer Term, May 3, 2019 – August 31, 2019
Location: SFU Surrey Campus
Apply by: 2019 March 14, 4:30 p.m.

Graduate Sessional Instructor
Position:
  EDUC 877-3, Contemporary School Counselling
Term: Summer Term, May 3, 2019 – August 31, 2019
Location: SFU Surrey Campus
Apply by: 2019 March 14, 4:30 p.m.

Positions in Community Graduate Programs

NO POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.

Positions in Field Programs


Inservice Faculty Associate

NO POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.

Sessional Instructors

Graduate Diploma in Education, Sessional Instructor
Position:
  Sessional Instructor, EDPR 524-2
Term: Summer, August 12-16, 2019
Location: Richmond
Apply by: 2019 April 19, 4:30 p.m.

Graduate Diploma in Education Mentors

NO POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.

Information for Applying to a Mentor Position

Other Opportunities

NO POSITIONS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE.

Staff Positions

All administrative CUPE and APSA positions are posted on the main SFU website.

Visit SFU's job postings webpage. o

Tutoring Positions

SFU's Friends of Simon Program provides current students with the opportunity to become a Friends of Simon tutor. Tutors serve in multicultural settings and contribute to the school success of newcomers to Canada. Due to the generosity of our sponsors, Friends of Simon tutors earn hourly wages that help them with their own university expenses.

Learn more about becoming a Friends of Simon tutor. o

Visiting Scholar Positions

The Faculty of Education accepts a limited number of visiting scholars to enrich research collaborations with colleagues across Canada and around the world. If you wish to apply to the Faculty of Education as a visiting scholar, you must first contact one or two faculty members with research interests closely related to yours (see http://www.sfu.ca/education/research/research-interests.html and email them directly with your request.  You will need to submit the following documents with your application:

  • A letter explaining why you would like to become a visiting scholar at SFU, including the dates and duration of your intended stay
  • A current Curriculum Vitae
  • A summary of your research interests

Once a faculty member has agreed to be your “sponsor” they will advise the Associate Dean, Academic & Research that they are willing to collaborate with you. After your application has been approved, a formal Letter of Invitation will be issued. (This letter can be used if you are required to obtain a visa for Canada.)

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Associate Dean, Academic & Research at adasec@sfu.ca.

Please note: A response from a faculty member may take up to six weeks. The Faculty has limited capacity to accept visiting scholars, and we are not able to offer extensive support.

NOTE: THE FACULTY OF EDUCATION HAS LIMITED CAPACITY TO ACCEPT VISITING FACULTY, AND WE ARE NOT ABLE TO OFFER EXTENSIVE SUPPORT.

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