32 Postdoctoral and Academic Positions at University of Regina, Canada



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The University of Regina is a public research university located in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Founded in 1911 as a private denominational high school of the Methodist Church of Canada

Sessional Supervisor for Internship – Spring 2021
Successful candidates will be assigned to supervise intern student teachers in Regina and/or throughout the province. They will act as liaison persons for the faculty and offer resources, guidance and support for the cooperating teacher and interns. Sessional supervisors are expected to be available to visit and provide support/guidance as needed by the interns and/or cooperating teachers for t…View Details Bookmark
Teaching Assistant Positions – FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
Several positions will be available in a variety of courses offered in the undergraduate program in the Faculty of Business Administration. Duties could include, but are not limited to, marking assignments, compiling marks as requested, invigilating, assisting instructors to a maximum of the hours indicated per TA class assigned by the Business Faculty.View Details Bookmark
BUS 312 (Consumer Behaviour) Summer 2021
The holder of this sessional lecturer position will teach the BUS 312 course using a distance delivery approach that is appropriate for the subject matter. The course description is as follows: This course examines the key concepts and theories in consumer behaviour, psychology, and other relevant fields. It addresses perception, personality, culture, and other topics to better understand c…View Details Bookmark
BUS 285, 384, 385 LAB Teaching Assistant Positions – Faculty of Business Administration
Lab instructors are responsible for teaching and supervising labs and marking assignments for BUS 384 Introduction to Taxation, BUS 285 Intro to Financial Accounting or BUS 385 Intermediate Financial Accounting I. The positions report administratively to the Program Manager- Hill and Levene, and functionally to various accounting instructors. Lab instructors may also be assigned other duties su…View Details Bookmark
HIST 113-302-Issues in Canadian History-Great Plains College-Swift Current-Fall 2021
HISTORY 113 Issues in Canadian History An exploration of major themes, periods and events in Canadian History, this course introduces students to the methods and sources of historical study and familiarizes them with significant historical developments from the Canadian past.View Details Bookmark
BUS 260 (Introduction to Organizational Behaviour) – Summer 2021
The holder of this sessional lecturer position will teach the BUS 260 course using a distance delivery approach that is appropriate for the subject matter. The course description is as follows: This introductory course addresses the basic concepts and processes of organizational behaviour. Topics will include: individual level variables, such as perception, personality, attitudes, and motiva…View Details Bookmark
BUS 461: Organization Change and Development (Spring 2021)
The holder of this sessional lecturer position will deliver the BUS 461 course, using an appropriate distance delivery approach, during the Spring 2021 term. The course description is as follows: This course provides students with an understanding of the basis for planned change in both sub-units and organizations. It provides a conceptual foundation for the diagnosis and analysis of orga…View Details Bookmark
Visual Arts – Teaching Assistant – Art 100 – exam marker – web class
Grading of exams and assistance in exam supervision.View Details Bookmark
BUS 210 (Introduction to Marketing) Summer 2021
The holder of this sessional lecturer position will deliver the BUS 210 course, using an appropriate distance delivery approach, during the Summer 2021 term. The course description is as follows: This course presents the fundamentals of marketing theory and application. Starting at a societal level, it works through environmental scanning, explores the differences between consumer and busines…View Details Bookmark
BUS 288 (Introduction to Managerial Accounting) Summer 2021
The holder of this sessional lecturer position will teach the BUS 288 course using a distance delivery approach that is appropriate for the subject matter. The course description is: This course introduces the use of accounting systems for managerial information and control purposes. It also provides an introduction to some of the problems inherent in assigning valuations to various cost obj…View Details Bookmark
PHIL 100-005-Intro to Philosophy-Saskatoon-Social Work-Fall 2021
The introduction to philosophy will explore how philosophy can provide answers to some of the more profound questions we face, such as questions concerning knowledge, truth, mind and body, personal identity, free will, morality, politics, reasoning and the existence of God.View Details Bookmark
BUS 205 (Management Communication) Summer 2021
The holder of this sessional lecturer position will deliver the BUS 205 course, using an appropriate distance delivery approach, during the Summer 2021 term. The course description is as follows: This course is designed to assist students to improve their skills and confidence as effective communicators in an organizational context. Students will explore the issues faced by organizations in c…View Details Bookmark
CS 335-040 – Computer Networks and Security
Network architectures and protocols, networked applications, reliable data delivery, routing and forwarding, local area networks, resource allocation, mobility, reliability through redundancy. Security: secure design, defensive programming, threats and attacks, network security, cryptography.View Details Bookmark
Social Work Research Assistant
Under the supervision of Dr. Fritz Pino, the successful applicant will: 1) Conduct a literature review; 2) Coordinate participant recruitment for a qualitative study. 3) Assist in qualitative data collection and analysis. 4) Assist in organizing and storing data to adhere to Behavioural Research Ethics protocol. 5) Assist in developing research grant proposals. 6) Serve as note-taker i…View Details Bookmark
Student Research Assistant
The successful applicant will provide research support for Engineering and Evaluating a Patient-oriented Home Care Ordering Tool to Enhance Aging in Place During the COVID Era. Duties include: – Participate in the development of data collection instruments to measure evaluate how augmented technology experiences can improve home care services for patients and their families – Support the…View Details Bookmark
Student Research Assistant
The successful applicant will provide research support for Engineering and Evaluating a Patient-oriented Home Care Ordering Tool to Enhance Aging in Place During the COVID Era. Duties include: – Conduct a literature review on long-term care systems and models and home care service needs of community-dwelling older adults. – Participate in the development of data collection instruments to …View Details Bookmark
Student Research Assistant
The successful applicant will provide research support for Engineering and Evaluating a Patient-oriented Home Care Ordering Tool to Enhance Aging in Place During the COVID Era. Duties include: – Conduct information system audits and review clinical and administrative documentation. – Collect data on front line providers and health system leaders, planners and managers’ enterprise informat…View Details Bookmark
CS 890BR-001 – Constraint Programming
Constraint satisfaction, stochastic search, CLP, TSLP.View Details Bookmark
Student Research Assistant (Undergraduate or Master’s) – Sociology and Social Studies
The student will assist with planning, conducting, and reporting upon a series of virtual events on the topic of community-campus engagement during and after the pandemic. The events include a two-day, pan-Canadian virtual (Zoom) conference on 25-26 May 2021, plus three follow-up Zoom meetings. The student will be responsible for planning, promoting, and organizing the virtual conference and wo…View Details Bookmark
Student Research Assistant (Undergraduate) – Sociology and Social Studies
The student will assist with planning, conducting, and reporting upon a series of virtual events on the topic of community-campus engagement during and after the pandemic. The events include a two-day, pan-Canadian virtual (Zoom) conference on 25-26 May 2021, plus three follow-up Zoom meetings. The student will be responsible for planning, promoting, and organizing the virtual conference and wo…View Details Bookmark
Two (2) Student Research Assistants – Sociology and Social Studies
Hiring two (2) students. This study looks at the Independent Assessment Process (IAP), a Canadian government policy aimed at compensating Survivors of Indian Residential Schools for serious abuses suffered at Indian Residential Schools. We need a student with good organizational skills to assist with finishing the data collection process. In addition a student with strong writing skills and s…View Details Bookmark
Nursing Undergraduate Research Internship Program (NURIP) – 4 positions
This summer research internship program is open to qualified undergraduate nursing students who are interested in research and being involved in research projects. Students will have the opportunity to work with other researchers and gain hands-on research experience. – Conducts literature and information searches, retrievals and reviews; – Assists researchers in the various phases of res…View Details Bookmark
Canada Research Chair Tier 1 – Computational Learning Theory
The Faculty of Science at the University of Regina invites applications for nomination to a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Computational Learning Theory. The home academic department of the successful candidate will be the Department of Computer Science. Candidates should normally have reached the rank of full Professor but Associate Professors who are expected to be promoted to the full…View Details Bookmark
Social Work Research Assistant
Under the supervision of Dr. Amanda Gebhard and project co-investigators (Dr. Willow Allen and Dr. Fritz Pino), the successful applicant will work on: • Creating graphic design work for knowledge dissemination to academic and lay audiences for a qualitative study of settlement workers in schools during COVID-19; • Assist with planning and delivering tailored Knowledge Translation activities (…View Details Bookmark
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Interactive Information Retrieval
The postdoctoral fellow will work under the direction of Dr. Orland Hoeber on a project titled “Supporting exploratory information seeking in public digital libraries”. The project will be conducted in collaboration with two University of Regina Librarians (Dale Storie and Veronica Ramshaw), the Regina Public Library, and the Saskatchewan Information and Library Services Consortium. Working wit…View Details Bookmark
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Leadership
The Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Regina invites applications for a tenure-track position in the area of Leadership at the level of Assistant Professor. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2021. Alternative start dates may be considered. Teaching responsibilities will primarily be in the area of leadership (e.g., women in leadership, mentorship, cases in lead…View Details Bookmark
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Human Resource Management
The Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Regina invites applications for a tenure-track position in the area of Human Resource Management (HRM) at the level of Assistant Professor. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2021. Alternative start dates may be considered. Teaching responsibilities will be in the area of human resource management (e.g., staffing, compensati…View Details Bookmark
Academic Transition Programs Teaching Assistant 2 (TA2)
The Academic Transition Programs Teaching Assistants (TA2) are responsible for planning and facilitating weekly workshop sessions, to the same cohort for 12 weeks, and for marking those students’ assignments. The TAs are also responsible for meeting with students attending the programs during drop-in hours to provide them with assignment feedback, guidance, and academic advice. – Develop and…View Details Bookmark
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Marketing
The Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Regina invites applications for a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor in the area of Marketing. The anticipated start date is July 1, 2021. Alternative start dates may be considered. The Faculty is looking for a candidate with research expertise in the general area of Marketing Strategy. Specialization in D…View Details Bookmark
Assistant Professor in Religious Studies Program
The Department of Gender, Religion, and Critical Studies in the Faculty of Arts is seeking to hire a one-year term appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor to teach in the Asian Religions concentration of its Religious Studies program. The anticipated date of commencement is July 1, 2021, depending on the availability of the successful candidate. The Religious Studies program at the U…
Resident Assistant
Reporting to the Housing, Residence Life and Hospitality Services department, Resident Assistants (RAs) are responsible for ensuring the comfort and success of students and guests in housing. Resident Assistants assist in creating a healthy, safe, supportive and inclusive environment. RAs plan and deliver educational and social programming, assist students with the transition to independent liv…View Details Bookmark
Community Assistant
Reporting to the Housing, Residence Life and Hospitality Services department, Community Assistants (CAs) are responsible for ensuring the comfort and success of students and guests in housing and on campus. This position is responsible for providing excellent customer service, student/guest check-in and check-out, processing of payments for Hospitality guests, signing out equipment, monitoring …

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