As a liberal arts and sciences university rooted in the Reformed tradition of Christianity, we seek candidates who are committed to teaching from this perspective. Please refer to the specific faculty opening for the instructions on how to apply.
For non-faculty positions, please refer to our staff openings.
Redeemer University offers equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants. In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered first for these positions.
Redeemer University welcomes applications for the faculty positions in the following departments:
Current Full-time Faculty Openings for 2020
There are no openings at this time.
Current Part-time Faculty Openings for 2020-2021
Canadian Indigenous Studies (APS-455) – This course is an interdisciplinary study of the history and culture of Canadian indigenous peoples (including First Nations, Inuit, and Metis) with emphasis on contemporary issues surrounding Native life. The course involves lectures, films, student presentations, and field assignments.
French Language Fundamentals (FRE-120) – French Language Fundamentals is an introductory course designed for students with some knowledge of the French language, but who would like to improve their grammatical and oral skills. The course aims to review, reinforce and build upon the fundamentals of French grammar and vocabulary with the goal of developing oral and written competencies in the language in preparation for university-level French.
Environmental Impact Assessment (GEO-360/ENV-360) – This course will examine the approaches to completing environmental assessments (EIAs) and include a specific focus on Canadian EIA processes. Throughout the course, the students will be introduced to methods for conducting assessments and they will critique current practices used in the field. Students will also reflect on current approaches to environmental management and discuss the role of Christian stewardship as it relates to environmental management and sustainability.