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Faculty Opportunities

Full-time

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Full-time   Starts: July 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for a tenure-track position in health sciences and biology (genetics/molecular biology, microbiology)... More
faculty
Full-time   Starts: July 1, 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for a tenure-track position in biblical studies beginning in July 2023.
faculty
Full-time   Starts: July 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position in Media and Communication Studies beginning July 1, 2023.
faculty
Full-time   Starts: July 1, 2023
Redeemer University's School of Business invites applications for a tenure track position in Business to start July 2023.
faculty
Full-time   Starts: July 1, 2023
Applications are invited by Redeemer University's School of Business for a tenure-track position in Accounting to begin July 2023.
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Full-time   Starts: July 1, 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for a tenure-track position in biology (ecology) beginning in July 2023.

Adjunct

APS-321: Social Research Methods
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Adjunct   Starts: January 2, 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for adjunct faculty positions (part-time, limited-term) in Applied Social Sciences beginning January 2,... More
APS-245: Social Work Practice with Families
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Adjunct   Starts: January 2, 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for adjunct faculty positions (part-time, limited-term) in Applied Social Sciences beginning January 2,... More
APS-351: Social Work Practice with Groups and Teams
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Adjunct   Starts: January 2, 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for adjunct faculty positions (part-time, limited-term) in Applied Social Sciences beginning January 2,... More
GEO-360: Environmental Impact Assessment
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Adjunct   Starts: Jan. 2023
This course will examine the approaches to completing environmental assessments (EIAs) and include a specific focus on Canadian EIA processes.... More
BIO-122: Fundamentals of Biology II
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Adjunct   Starts: Jan. 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for an adjunct instructor in the Biology program to teach the course BIO-122 (lecture) in the winter 2023... More
APS-455: Canadian Indigenous Studies
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Adjunct   Starts: Jan. 2023
Redeemer University invites applications for an adjunct position in the Applied Social Sciences program for the winter term of 2023. This is a 3... More

Staff Opportunities

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Full-time   Starts: ASAP
Reporting to the Director, Admissions & Financial Aid, the Financial Aid Manager (“FAM”) aids Redeemer students in obtaining and maximizing the... More
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Part-time   Starts: ASAP
Reporting to the Library Director, the Library Services Assistant (Casual) will, as required, be called on by the Library Director to assist in any... More
staff
Full-time   Starts: ASAP
Reporting to the Library Director, the Assistant Librarian contributes directly to the culture of academic excellence at Redeemer by providing... More
staff
Part-time   Starts: Sep. 1, 2022
The Internship Coordinator serves in a key role supporting experiential learning through the Career Centre. More than one hundred students per year... More
staff
Full-time   Starts: ASAP
The Donor Relations Manager secures financial support and goodwill for the University by developing and managing a portfolio of relationships with... More
staff
Full-time   Starts: ASAP
Reporting to the Custodial and Housekeeping Supervisor, the Custodian is responsible for performing custodial duties in the academic building, and... More

Working for Redeemer

Redeemer University offers equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants. In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority consideration.

Additionally, it is essential that job candidates understand and are able to identify with the vision and mission of Redeemer University. This is necessary in order to sustain the Christian character of Redeemer University.

The University’s policy is to hire employees who are committed to, and agree with, its identity statements that include the Mission Statement, Statement of Basis and Principles, and The Cross and Our Calling, which express the vision and mission of the University and define its Reformed Christian character. One of the ways that we expect employees to demonstrate this commitment is by their active membership in a church that nurtures the Christian faith as articulated in the confessional heritage of the Protestant Reformation.

These expectations not only flow from the religious ethos of the University but are directly tied to the execution and performance of job tasks which require employees to participate in community worship, apply the principles of their Christian faith to their work, be accountable to the Christian community that supports the University, engage in work activities that support and encourage a campus environment where the holistic development of all persons embodies Christian principles that advance the mission and Christian character of Redeemer University, and represent a Christian perspective in the community at large.

Learn about Redeemer’s mission, purpose and vision.

Human Resources Department

In supporting the mission of Redeemer University, Human Resources is committed to adding value to the University and its investment in employees by providing services based on fairness, equity, economic value, consistency, and institutional and employee need, to foster a compliant, healthy and positive work environment.

Contact Human Resources

Phone: 905-648-2131 x4490
Fax: 905-648-2134
Email: HR@redeemer.ca