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About Indigenous Languages Program
Indigenous Languages (INLP)
Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 Indigenous/First Nations Community Academic Outreach Programming, namely, Indigenous Language Instruction (INLG), as well as courses from other disciplines.
For postings and details on available positions† (including Work-Study, TA & TM positions) and/or supplementary information regarding the Department's temporary instruction appointments, please visit:
Indigenous Languages Employment Page (with detailed job postings): www.sfu.ca/inlp/employ
A. Faculty/Post-Doctoral positions:
Fall 2023: There are no faculty/post-doctoral positions available.
For posting and details, visit Indigenous Languages Program's website: Employment webpage.
B. Temporary Instruction positions:
Sessional Instructor Positions: SPRING 2024
Temporary SI Search: Indigenous Languages Programs
|INLG 200||A100||Introduction to Grammar in an Indigenous Language||Secwepemctsin-Western Dialect||Kamloops||OPEN|
|SI-02||INLG 233||A100||Description & Analysis of an Indigenous Language I||Secwepemctsin-Western Dialect||Kamloops||OPEN|
|SI-03||INLG 234||A100||Description & Analysis of an Indigenous Language II||Secwepemctsin-Western Dialect||Kamloops||
|SI-04||INLG 200||A200||Introduction to Grammar in an Indigenous Language||Secwepemctsin-Western Dialect||Williams Lake||OPEN|
|SI-05||INLG 233||A200||Description & Analysis of an Indigenous Language I||Secwepemctsin-Western Dialect||Williams Lake||OPEN|
|SI-06||INLG 334||A200||Indigenous Language Intermediate Level Proficiency I||Secwepemctsin-Western Dialect||Williams Lake||OPEN|
|SI-07||INLG 233||A320||Description & Analysis of an Indigenous Language I||Hul'q'umi'num'||Nanaimo/ Duncan||OPEN|
|SI-08||INLG 234||A320||Description & Analysis of an Indigenous Language II||Hul'q'umi'num'||Nanaimo/ Duncan||OPEN|
|SI-09||INDG 101||A320||Introduction to Indigenous Studies||Hul'q'umi'num'||Nanaimo/ Duncan||OPEN|
|SI-10||LING 160||A320||Language, Culture and Society||Hul'q'umi'num'||Nanaimo/ Duncan||OPEN|
|SI-11||LING 282W||A320||Writing for Linguistics||Hul'q'umi'num'||Nanaimo/ Duncan||OPEN|
|SI-12||INLG 234||A330||Description & Analysis of an Indigenous Language II||Xaad Kil||Old Massett||OPEN|
|SI-13||INLG 200||A390||Introduction to Grammar in an Indigenous Language||Yukon Indigenous Languages||Yukon||OPEN|
|SI-14||INLG 200||A970||Introduction to Grammar in an Indigenous Language||hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓||SW BC Coast||OPEN|
|SI-15||INLG 233||A970||Description & Analysis of an Indigenous Language I||hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓||SW BC Coast||OPEN|
|SI-16||INLG 234||A970||Description & Analysis of an Indigenous Language II||hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓||SW BC Coast||OPEN|
|SI-17||INLG 435/INLG 258||A970||Topics in INL II -ST-Creating stories, games, & songs / combined section INLG 258||hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓||SW BC Coast||OPEN|
|SI-18||LING 309W||A970||Sociolinguistics||hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓||SW BC Coast||OPEN|
For detailed job postings (pdfs) including application details, please visit the INLP Employment webpage.
Please submit one application per position available.
Batch 1 - December 01, 2023
Teaching Assistants and/or Tutor-Markers
There is 1 position available at this time.
Application Deadlines: October 23, 2023
Posted October 19, 2023
|Position||Course Number||Section||Course||Language||Location||Competition Status|
4.17 BUs (w/prep)
|LING 130||A970||Practical Phonetics for Indigenous Language||hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓||Online/Remote||OPEN|
For details and qualifications, download the 1237 FNEP TA Posting from the INLP Employment website.
All INLP/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).
Temporary Instruction Appointment Positions Acronyms:
SI = Sessional Instructor; LLEC = Term Lecturer (Limited Term);
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. (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). "1237" denotes 21st Century, year 2023, and Term #7 for the Fall Academic Term; thus the Term Number "1237" read as 1-23-7 refers to "Fall 2023".
TA and T/M Appointments:
INLP 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/fnlp/employment, for Departmental Detailed Priority System for Teaching Assistant and Tutor/Marker Appointments.
The URL (weblink) to the current SFU TSSU 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.
- Human Resources: TSSU Member Benefit Plan
- Graduate Student Society: Graduate Student Benefit Plan
- Medical Insurance information for Graduate Student TAs (explains how the benefit plans can work with each other)
- TLC: TA/TM Day / see other TLC workshops
- Graduate Studies: Professional Development Opportunities
- Protection of SFU Data on Mobile Devices — What you must do if you plan to store your students' information (includes student numbers, grades) on a mobile device.
The University is committed to the principle of equity in employment.
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.
UPDATED: 21 NOV 2023: 1241 SI positions posted. 20OCT2023: TA position # typo corrected. 19OCT2023: TA-02 & TA-03 Added. 10OCT2023: Status update. 01SEP2023 (TA-01 added. Cancelled positions updated): 30AUG 2023 (Batch #3 posted; Batch 1&2 Status updated); 19 AUG 2023 (formatting updated); 18 AUG2023 (added Batch 2 SI postings); 1 AUG2023(Fall SI-G01&G02; SI-01-07posted); 30JUN2023; 15MAY2023; 13FEB2023; previous updates: February 01, 03, 2023; January 11, 19, 26, 2023; December 06, 23, 24, 2022; October 17, 2022 September 13, 14 16; August 9, 11, 15, 18, 19, 26, 2022.