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Assistant Professor, Limited Term Appointment, Linguistics

Saint Mary's University

The Program in Linguistics
Limited Term Appointment

The Program in Linguistics at Saint Mary’s University invites applications for an eight-month contractually limited term appointment at the rank of Assistant Professor, to commence
September 1, 2022.

1 Qualifications

The ideal candidate will have completed a Ph.D. in linguistics or a very closely related field and will have a demonstrated ability to teach linguistics effectively at the undergraduate level, particularly in areas relevant to the courses listed below. Applications will also be considered from candidates who are ABD and close to completing a Ph.D. in linguistics if they have relevant teaching experience. Candidates should also have a record of scholarship in linguistics or a closely related field. Applications from candidates who can contribute to the Indigenization and/or decolonization of the University and its curriculum are particularly welcome.

2 Duties

The primary responsibility of the successful candidate will be to teach a standard load of 2.5 full course equivalents (FCE) at the undergraduate level, to be selected from the courses listed below in consultation with the Program Coordinator. Upon mutual agreement with the Program Coordinator and an honours student, they may also supervise an undergraduate honours thesis in Linguistics. The successful candidate will also be expected to hold regular office hours, to engage in scholarship, and generally to be an active member of the Linguistics Program and of Saint Mary’s University.

Courses:

The successful candidate will teach a standard load of 2.5 FCE, selected from the following courses:

• LING 1200 – Introduction to Linguistics (1.0 FCE; 2022–23)

This is a full-year course, taught over two semesters. It can be split between two instructors, with one teaching the fall term and the other the winter term, or the whole course can be taught by a single instructor.

• LING 2309 – Phonetics (0.5 FCE; fall 2022)

• LING 4512 – Topics in Applied Linguistics (0.5 FCE; fall 2022)

The specific topic for this course for fall 2022 has not yet been set. Candidates interested in teaching this course are encouraged to provide a brief proposal for a topic.

• LING 2340 – Semantics (0.5 FCE, winter 2023)

• LING 4422 – Topics in Linguistic Theory (0.5 FCE, winter 2023)

The specific topic for this course for winter 2023 has not yet been set. Candidates interested in teaching this course are encouraged to provide a brief proposal for a topic.

All courses are expected to be taught in person. Course descriptions and academic regulations can be found in the Undergraduate Academic Calendar, which is available online at https://smu-ca-public.courseleaf.com/undergraduate/.

3 How to apply

Candidates should submit the following materials by e-mail to linguistics@smu.ca:
• a letter of application outlining their qualifications for the position and the specific combination of courses they propose to teach;
• a curriculum vitæ;
• a transcript (unofficial) of their postgraduate studies;
• names and contact information of three referees who will be able to comment on the candidate’s teaching and/or scholarship

All materials should be attached as .pdf files; multiple files may be combined into a .zip or .gz archive. Reference letters need not be sent at the time of application; referees will be contacted directly if their input is required.

All applications must be submitted on or before May 27, 2022.
Inquiries may be directed to the program coordinator, Dr. Daniel Currie Hall, at daniel.hall@smu.ca.

4 Employment policies

At Saint Mary’s University equity and diversity are integral to excellence and enrich our community. As an institution committed to fostering an environment of inclusion and respect, we welcome applications from women, Indigenous peoples, racialized persons/visible minorities, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity and others who might contribute to the growth and enrichment of our community.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. If you require accommodations during the recruitment process, please contact Human Resources at hr@smu.ca.

Salary, benefits, and conditions of employment will be governed by the collective agreement between Saint Mary’s University and the Saint Mary’s University Faculty Union (SMUFU). A copy of the current collective agreement can be found at https://www.smu.ca/about/collective-agreements.html. Additional information about working at Saint Mary’s can be found online at https://www.smu.ca/about/working-at-smu.html.

5 About Saint Mary’s University

Saint Mary’s University is one of Canada’s top primary undergraduate universities known for its international collaborations, leadership in entrepreneurship, and research that benefits local and global communities. Our programs in Arts, Science, Graduate Studies and the Sobey School of Business are among Canada’s best and feature professors who are committed to the success of their students. Saint Mary’s provides our 7,000 students with a place that fosters possibility, excellent research opportunities, and distinguished graduate and professional programs combined with a caring community. Saint Mary’s is community-focused with strong values, operating the way the world should. We embrace diversity, are committed to sustainability, and bravely tackle the issues that matter to society. 

With students from as many as 118 different countries and partnerships with institutions in dozens of other countries, Saint Mary’s University is a leader in international and intercultural education. Nestled in the heart of Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Canada’s east coast, Saint Mary’s University is marked by iconic buildings, green spaces, and fresh ocean air. Our campus is based in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq, and is global in reach and influence. The Saint Mary’s University community is committed to a prosperous future for the world—a world without limits. More information about Saint Mary’s can be found online at https://www.smu.ca/about/welcome.