Applications are invited for Sessional Instructors for courses offered by the Publishing Program in the Fall Semester 2012 (1127). Classes run from Tuesday, September 4 to Monday, December 3 (plus final exams for some courses from December 5 to 16, 2012). All Sessional Instructor positions are in the Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU) and are subject to sufficient enrollment and final budgetary authorization.
Graduate degree or equivalent qualifications in the field of assignment, recent familiarity with or experience in the transition to digital publishing environments, evidence of teaching ability with the responsibility of teaching the assigned credit course and of carrying out the duties related to the effective conduct of the course.
Harbour Centre Campus, Evening
PUB 210-3 Writing to Purpose
University level skills and practice in writing clear, concise, logical, and direct text suited to particular purposes.
Mondays, 17:30 – 19:20 (lecture)
(4 one-hour tutorials; 2 before and 2 after the lecture)
PUB 230-3 Graphic Design Fundamentals
The course focuses on the theory and practice of graphic design with an emphasis on the development of design skills including concept generation, design, layout and production.
Wednesdays, 17:30 – 19:20 (lecture)
(4 one-hour labs proceed the lecture)
PUB 438-4 Design Awareness in Publishing Processes and Products
A conceptual exploration of fundamental design principles complemented by media-specific approaches to design as a strategic framework in publishing.
Wednesdays, 14:30 – 16:20 (lecture)
(4 one-hour tutorials follow lecture)
*Each instructor will be required to teach a minimum of two tutorials/labs in addition to the lecture.
Interested applicants should submit a letter, a course description stating the objectives of the course and showing material to be covered, as well as course requirements and a current c.v.
In accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, this advertisement is directed to people who are eligible for employment in Canada at the time of application. Simon Fraser is committed to the principle of equity in employment and offers equal employment opportunities to qualified applicants.
Apply for these positions (fax/email is acceptable) to: Jo-Anne Ray, Publishing Program (address and fax noted above; email firstname.lastname@example.org) by noon Monday, July 16.
If submitting electronically, please clearly label all files sent with your name.