Assistant Professor in Sociology - Gender & Society
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, invites applications for a tenure-track position in the area of Gender and Society. The position requires a strong research dossier in this area, the ability to teach in this field and in either theory or research methods, both at the graduate and undergraduate level. Knowledge of the French language is an asset. A PhD in Sociology or a related discipline is required at the time of appointment.
Ours is a dual department encompassing research and teaching in both Sociology and Anthropology at all levels of the university curriculum. It builds on a rich and creative tradition to address pressing contemporary social problems in a variety of cultural contexts relating to the personal, the local, and the global. The diverse variety of student and faculty interests and backgrounds makes working in our department a unique and rewarding experience.
Applications must consist of a cover letter, a current curriculum vitae, copies of recent publications, statement of teaching philosophy/interests, a statement of research achievements, and evidence of teaching effectiveness. Candidates must also arrange to have three letters of reference sent directly to the departmental contact.
Subject to budgetary approval, we anticipate filling this position, normally at the rank of Assistant Professor, for August 1, 2018. All applications should reach the department no later than Friday, October 13, 2017. All inquiries about the position should be directed to Dr. Danielle Gauvreau (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply for this position; however, Canadians and Permanent Residents will be given priority. Concordia University is strongly committed to employment equity within its community, and to recruiting a diverse faculty and staff. The University encourages applications from all qualified candidates, including women, members of visible minorities, Aboriginal persons, members of sexual minorities, persons with disabilities, and others who may contribute to diversification.