Postings - FNLP
Temporary Employment Opportunities
This page advertises temporary employment positions for:
First Nations Language Instruction (FNLG)
First Nations Community Academic Outreach (FNEP)
Temporary Positions for
FIRST NATIONS LANGUAGES PROGRAM (FNLP)
All temporary positions are subject to budgetary approval.
Temporary instruction positions are subject to budgetary approval and contingent upon satisfactory enrollment.
Term: Spring 2020
Sessional Instructor Position(s)
There are currently _ 4____ positions available.
Unless otherwise stated, courses are held on reserve.
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|Position Number||Cohort/Language||Course Location||Job Posting(s)||Competition Status|
||Secwepemctsin (Eastern Dialect)||Adams Lake||FNLG 434 A500||OPEN|
|SI-11||Athapaskan (Dene) & Tlingit||Whitehorse||FNLG 335 A390||OPEN|
|SI-12||Athapaskan (Dene) & Tlingit||Whitehorse||FNLG 435 A390
|SI-13||Athapaskan (Dene) & Tlingit||Whitehorse||FNLG 233/234 A390||OPEN|
|SI-15||Xaad Kil (Massett dialect)||Old Massett||FNLG 200 A330||CLOSED/PENDING|
|SI-16||Secwepemctsin||Kamloops||FNLG 130 A100||CLOSED/PENDING
*Application Deadline for Sessional Instructor position(s):
SI-8, 11, 12 in Term 1201: Monday, 12 noon, December 2, 2019
SI-13 in Term 1201: Tuesday, 12 noon, December 3, 2019
SI-15 in Term 1201: Monday, 12 noon, December 9, 2019
SI-16 in Term 1201: Tuesday, 12 noon, December 10, 2019
Posted: Nov. 25, 2019 (1201 - SI-8, 11, 12); Nov. 28, 2019 (1201 - SI 13), Dec. 4 (1201 - SI-15), & Dec . 5 (1201 - SI-16).
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Job Posting for Position SI-16 (Secwepemctsin)
Job posting for Position SI-15 (Xaad-Kil Haida)
Job posting for Positions: SI-13. (SI-14 postponed)
Job Posting for Positions: SI 6,7,8,9,10,11, & SI-12 (Various language cohorts)
Teaching Assistant Position(s)
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|Position||Cohort/Language||Course Location||Job Posting(s)||Competition Status|
Application Deadline: -------
See also "FNLP Notes" below.
Return to FNLP Employment Webpage to view other temporary positions available.
Spring 2020 Work-Study Program Positions:
Nbr. of positions available: 2 positions.
Students must apply to the Spring 2020 SFU Work-Study Program by November 22, 2019.
For information and application requirements, please visit https://www.sfu.ca/students/financialaid.html.
A. All FNEP course offerings and temporary instruction positions are subject to satisfactory enrollment and budget availability.
B. Additional Information for FNLP hirings:
1. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for interviews, when required, will be contacted.
2a. All positions are subject to budgetary approval. Salary will be paid according to rates per the SFU-TSSU Collective Agreement for SI, TA, and TM positions and SFU SFUFA Collective Agreement for faculty (continuing or term) positions.
2b. See also, www.sfu.ca/fnlp/employ/additional_details.html
3. In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to people who are eligible for employment in Canada at the time of application. Simon Fraser University is committed to the principle of equity in employment and offers equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants.
4. Freedom of information and protection of privacy: The information requested is collected under the authority of the University Act (R.S.B.C. 1996 c.468, s. 27(4)(a)), and the University’s policy of Collection of Personal Information, (I 10.05). The information is directly related to processing your application for a teaching appointment (including reference checks), and for offers of employment for successful applicants. If you have any questions about the collection and use of this information please contact the Manager, First Nations Languages Program, Simon Fraser University, (778) 782-5595
5. For information on FNLP/FNEP, please visit: www.sfu.ca/fnlp.
6. For additional SFU temporary instruction job postings, visit the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies website.
This section last updated: July 24, 2019.
Webpage last updated: December 10, 2019.