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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES


 

Redeemer University College offers equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants. In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for posted positions

Direct non-faculty applications to:
HR@redeemer.ca
Only applicants who are invited for an interview will be contacted.
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Position:
Athletic Therapist
Reason for Vacancy: Employee Turnover/Resignation
Preferred Effective Date: August 24, 2015
 
The Athletic Therapist is responsible for emergency care during on-site althetic events, facilitating the Emergency Action Plan (EAP) to deal with severe injuries, rehabilitation and return-to-play assessment of injured althletes and regular communication with coaches.
 
Applicants should email their application materials and include a statement that articulates their faith perspective and its relation to the mission of Redeemer University College.
 
The complete Job Posting can be found HERE.
 
 
 


Position:
Co-operative Education Director
Reason for Vacancy: Employee Turnover and New Strategic Initiative
Preferred Effective Date: Immediate Opening
 
The Director of Co-operative Education oversees the existing Business co-op program, developing and maintaining relationships with employers and prospective employers, developing and administering programming and policies that facilitate entry into and participation in the co-op program by students, and liasing between employers and students. In response to the strategic plan, the director will lead the development and implementation of new co-operative education programs for other academic disciplines.
 
Applicants should email their application materials and include a statement that articulates their faith perspective and its relation to the mission of Redeemer University College.
The complete Job Posting can be found HERE.
 
 
 



Position
: Senior Admissions Manager
Reason for Vacancy:  New Position
Preferred Effective Date: June 1, 2015 
 
The Senior Admissions Manager (SAM) is responsible for directing the work of Redeemer's Admissions Counsellors, linking institutional recruitment and admissions strategies to the operational work of the Admissions Counsellors. The SAM is also responsible for training new admissions staff, developing regional recruitment strategies, and reviewing caseloads.
 
Applicants should email their application materials and include a statement that articulates their faith perspective and its relation to the mission of Redeemer University College.
 
The complete Job Posting can be found HERE
 
 


Position
: Chaplain

Please note that the deadline for accepting applications for the position of Chaplain expired on March 15, 2015.  
 
Print advertisements erroneously indicated an application deadline of September 15, 2015.  Complete position details were available via the link that was provided to the university website.

Position:
  Director, HR Employee Services
Reason for Vacancy:  New Position
Preferred Start Date:  January 2015

The Director, HR Employee Services is responsible for helping shape institutional culture by leading, managing, and supporting HR functions: staff recruitment, orientation and retention, employee relations, training and development, employee engagement, HR strategic planning and leadership, HR policies and procedure development and maintenance, job design and evaluation, performance appraisal managment, labour and employment legislation and employment standards, employee wellness and mental health, and Health & Safety
Applicants should email their application materials and include a statement that articulates their faith perspective and its relation to the mission of Redeemer University College.
The complete Job Posting can be found here

Position
: Senior Development Officer
Classification: Administrative 3
Preferred Effective Date:  Immediate
 
The Senior Development Officer builds and manages relationships with donors and prospective donors in order to maximize their involvement with and support for Redeemer University College.
 
Applicants should email their application materials and include a statement that articulates their faith perspective and its relation to the mission of Redeemer University College.
The complete Job Posting can be found here
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Redeemer University College
welcomes applications for the full-time faculty positions in the following departments for the 2015-16 academic year:

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There are no full-time faculty openings at this time.
 
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Redeemer University College

welcomes applications for possible part-time faculty positions in the following departments for the 2015-16 academic year: 

(Scroll down for the Application Process for these openings.) _________________________________________________________________________________________________________
GEOGRAPHY
Introduction to Cultural Geography
(121) - (Fall Term) - An introduction course to the discipline which examines the development, viewpoint, main themes and research, concepts and techniques of the field. The course attempts to answer the questions: why are phenomena located where they are and how are they interacting with those locations and each other?
 
Introduction to Geography Information Systems (364) - (Fall Term) - This course will examine multiple applications of GIS in a cross functional format. Throughout the course, students will be introduced to cartographic and analytic toolsets on a GIS platform and be required to apply those skills in real world applications. Students will also have the opportunity to apply their new GIS skillset on campus in meaningful ways that help the students reflect on the role of GIS within their respective programs as well as providing a benefit to Redeemer University College through the collection of new data about the campus grounds.
 
Introduction to Physical Geography (122) - (Winter Term) - The field of study is introduced in a survey-type approach which includes the variety of geomorphic and climatological studies. Themes include changing theories of the environment and explanations of recent research into man's relationship with this environment. 
 
Urban Geography (214) - (Winter Term) - Urban places have been alternatively called the crown of human invention or the archetypal representation of human rebellion against God. What are cities?  What challenges do they extend today and for the future? These are the key questions around which the course is developed.
 
HEALTH SCIENCES
Inquiry of Issues in Health (342) - (Fall Term) - This course explores two health-related issues to develop skills necessary to perform effectively as a health researcher. This course is problem-based; it is skill-driven rather than content-driven and focuses on the development of skills that are widely sought in university graduates - the ability to research and analyze detailed problems and to communicate clearly and persuasively. This course will involve interdependent and independent small group learning. Collectively, the class will ask questions that will explore the topics from multiple perspectives: physical, psychological (emotional, social, and cognitive), and spiritual. Students will consider relationships between the evidence of the complexity of human health and weaknesses and the interrelated nature of the restoration of human wellness. The class will also consider various kinds of reductionisms in health.
 
Biomedical Ethics (340) - (Winter Term) - This course is designed to introduce the student to the relatively young field of bioethics. Topics include procreative technologies including in vitro fertilization, the creation and manipulation of human embryos for research, genetic testing and interventions, and end-of-life issues including euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide. Some of these issues will be addressed in light of various ethical theories that have been influential among both Christian and non-Christian bioethicists. 
 
 HISTORY
Church History I (315) - (Fall Term) - This course is a study of the Christian Church from the first century through the Middle Ages, focusing on the development of doctrine and ecclesiastical institutions. 
 
China: From Ancient Empire to Economic Superpower (354) - (Fall Term) -  This course explores the historical transformations that have led to the development of modern China. Topics include the rise of the Qing dynasty, contact with Western powers, the rebellions and revolutions that led to the fall of the Qing, the emergence of Chinese nationalism, war with Japan, the rise of nationalist communism, Mao's "Cultural Revolution," the development of state-sponsored capitalism, and the role of China in globalization.
 
KINESIOLOGY/PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Care and Prevention of Injuries (312) - (Fall Term) - A study of the common methods used to treat and care for athletic injuries, exploring training and rehabilitation programs, and providing practical experience in utilizing specific preventative and treatment techniques.
 
PHILOSOPHY
Introduction to Philosophy (121) - (Fall Term) - This course focuses on how philosophy relates to, and develops, worldview, especially linking the Christian worldview with Christian philosophy. In addition, students will discuss the nature of philosophy as a second order discipline (how philosophy relates to other academic fields) and as a first order discipline (some discussion of key themes in metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, aesthetics, and logic will take place).
 
APPLICATION PROCESS:

As a liberal arts and sciences university college rooted in the Reformed tradition of Christianity, we seek candidates who are committed to teaching from this perspective. Interested applicants should possess at least a Master’s degree and should submit:

  • a curriculum vitae,
  • two letters of reference,
  • evidence of teaching quality and
  • a short statement on how their own faith commitment fits the mission of Redeemer University College.

Deadline: Until filled

Direct applications to:

Dr. Doug Needham
Provost and Vice President, Academic,
Redeemer University College
777 Garner Rd. E., Ancaster, Ontario, Canada L9K 1J4

E‑mail to facultysearch@redeemer.ca

Redeemer University College offers equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants. In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for this position.

 
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