First Nations Studies

Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies Global Notes to Prospective Applicants:

These postings are updated by SFU's departments. Applicants should make sure that they can meet the departments' requirements and application deadlines. Please apply directly to the department where the job posting is located. Please check your department's job posting website as well.

About First Nations Studies

First Nations Studies (FNS) www.sfu.ca/fns

First Nations Community Academic Outreach (FNEP) www.sfu.ca/fns/community

Contact Us: first_nations@sfu.ca

Postings/Useful Links

This webpage generally features the Department's available postings/hiring appointments. Advertised postings may include, but not exclusive to, temporary instructional appointments such as Sessional Instructor, Teaching Assistant, and/or Tutor/Marker positions.

Temporary instructional appointments are generally for First Nations Studies (FNST) courses and for Community Academic Outreach Programming-FNEP courses (including First Nations Language Instruction (FNLG), First Nations Studies (FNST), and courses from other disciplines.

For postings and details on available positions (including Work-Study positions) and/or supplementary information (including TA & T/M positions job postings) regarding the Department's temporary instruction appointments, please visit:

First Nations Studies Employment Page (with detailed job postings):

Spring 2018 - Sessional Instructor Appointments in FNS

The Department of First Nations Studies is accepting applications for one Sessional Instructor position in Spring 2018.

For posting and details, visit Department of First Nations Studies'

Employment > Posting - FNST website

 

FNST - Sessional and/or Teaching Assistants and/or Tutor Marker Positions:

1181 Postings: Temporary Postion(s) in FNST:  See tables below.

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FNEP-First Nations Community Academic Outreach Employment Page

1181 Posting(s) - TBA. (See table below.)

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Application deadlines:

Application deadlines will vary. Please be sure to check deadline posted below.

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First Nations Studies (FNST) Temporary Instruction Postings

Teaching Assistants and/or Tutor-Markers

Course No. Course Title
(Short)
Acad
Term
Position Available Course
Location

(if not Burnaby)
Application  Closing Comp. Appl. & Comp.
Status

             
             
             
             


First Nations Studies (FNST) Temporary Instruction Postings

Sessional Instructors

Course No. Course Title
(Short)
Acad
Term
Position No. Course Location
(if not Burnaby)
Closing Date

Comp. Appl. & Comp. Status
FNST 201W-3 Canadian Aboriginal Peoples' Perspectives on History 1181 Sessional Instructor (SI-1)
SFU Burnaby Campus November 20, 2017 CLOSED. PENDING
             

† See Additional Information section below.


First Nations Studies Community Academic Outreach (FNEP) Temporary Instruction Postings

!!! See also: !!!
POSTINGS - FNEP for full details on FALL 2017 FNEP SI OR TA Postings.

Position No. Course
Acad
Term
Position Available Course Location
Closing Date Comp.
Status

FNEP-#

TBA
TBA

TBA

  TBA TBA

 

   

 

     

 

   

 

     
             

FNEP Temporary Instruction:
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  See also:  

POSTINGS - FNEP webpage for detailed posting and additional details.

Additional Information:

All FNST and FNEP temporary appointments are subject to budget approval and satisfactory enrollment.

Please also refer to the Department's Employment Webpage for appointment postings (including advertisements and full details).

Sample/Past one-page course outlines maybe found at the
new SFU online Course Outline System: https://www.sfu.ca/outlines

 

Code Key

Temporary Instruction Appointment Positions Acronyms
SI = Sessional Instructor, TA = Teaching Assistant; and T/M (or T-M)=Tutor-Marker.

CODE = denotes Centre for Online and Distance Education. CODE course section are denoted by 'C100.' Unless otherwise indicated, non-C100 are in-person sections. Some CODE sections may require in-person on-campus invigilation of midterm and final exams. 

Section Numbers: D=Daytime sections, E=Evening, A or N=FNEP sections, J=SFU NOW sections. (Eg. D100 denotes a day time primary section component such as a Lecture. E101 denotes an evening non-primary section such as a Tutorial or a Lab.)

The SFU Term Number: This number shows the century, year, and the term (Spring=1 , Summer=4, Fall=7). "1181" means 21st Century, year 2018, and Term #1 for the Spring Academic Term; thus the term number "1184" refers to "Spring 2018".   (1177 refers to Fall 2017 and 1184 refers to Summer 2018.)

 

TA and T/M Appointments:

The Department of First Nations Studies appointment and hiring criteria are consistent with the appointment priorities and hiring criteria of the Collective Agreement (version 2010-2014) between the Board of Governors of Simon Fraser University (SFU) and Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU).

Please visit Part A. of Temporary Instruction Hiring: Supplemental Information webpage, www.sfu.ca/fns/employment, for Departmental Detailed Priority System for Teaching Assistant and Tutor/Marker Appointments.

The URL (weblink) to the current Collective Agreement (version 2014-2019) is: http://www.sfu.ca/human-resources/tssu.html

 

Resources for TAs/TMs/Sessionals

The following links will help you get your medical coverage and other benefits, as well as help you learn how to become a better teacher.

Policies

Equity 

The University is committed to the principle of equity in employment.

Privacy 

The information submitted with your application is collected under the authority of the University Act (R.S.B.C. 1996, c.468, s. 27(4)(a)), applicable federal and provincial employment regulations and requirements, the University's non-academic employment policies and applicable collective agreements.

The information is related directly to and needed by the University to initiate the employment application process. The information will be used to contact references supplied by you, evaluate your qualifications and complete the employment process by making a hiring decision.

If you have any questions about the collection and use of this information please contact the Executive Director, Human Resources, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6. Telephone 778-782-3237.

 

Webpage Last Updated:

November 6, 2017 (Previous update: October 30, 2017)