Course Name: POL 317: Comparative Developing Politics
Position Type: Part-time
Open Until: Position filled.
A comparative study of the political systems of developing countries, including theories, problems, and best practices in political and economic development. Example countries studied include Brazil, China, India, Mexico, and Nigeria, with seminar discussion and student research on major themes and issues such as governance, trade, human rights, and others commonly arising in the developing context.
- All duties associated with teaching this course.
- Scheduled office hours with students.
- Non-classroom time made up of preparation of lectures, student consultation, marking or grading, including grade appeals and cases of academic dishonesty.
Qualifications and Attributes
- Should possess a relevant Master’s degree or Ph.D.
- Previous teaching experience at the university-level is preferred.
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: Applications will be reviewed as they come in and positions are open until filled
Direct applications to: Dr. Kyle Spyksma, Acting Vice President, Academic, Redeemer University College
Email applications to: email@example.com
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.