University of Saskatchewan
Digital health, broadly defined as the use of digital technologies to improve health and mental well-being, are innovative and effective at promoting health equity for persons with mental disorders. We are seeking a rising research star from an EDI group to develop a world-class research program.
Applications are invited from qualified individuals for two (2) full time Lecturer without term positions in the Department of Sociology, College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan.
Tenure-track position in child clinical psychology at the Assistant or Associate Professor rank. Research interests and training specialization (i.e., graduate teaching, clinical training/supervision, and research supervision) in clinical psychology with child and youth populations.
Research interests and training expertise (i.e., graduate teaching, clinical training/supervision, and research supervision) in any area of clinical psychology.
The successful candidate will teach a full range of courses in Contemporary Sculpture, supervise and serve on the committees for students, maintain an active research program, apply for external research funding, and undertake relevant administrative activities, including meetings and committee work
The successful candidate will be expected to enliven the intellectual life of the faculty by pursuing a research program, teaching one course or seminar, giving a public lecture and the organization and hosting of a conference.
The successful candidate will be expected to teach a course or seminar and to organize a workshop on a current and topical issue in their established field of practice. The Chair is also expected to engage in outreach activities with the bar, judiciary and the wider community during their tenure.
The successful candidate is expected to enrich and enhance the intellectual life of the College by pursuing a research program, teaching one course/seminar, delivering a public lecture and planning and hosting a major conference.