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Langara College
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Job Description:
Langara College is also known as snəw̓eyəɬ leləm̓, house of teachings, a name given by the Musqueam First Nation, on whose unceded traditional territory we are located.

The Philosophy Department is seeking an instructor for the Fall 2024 term to teach one section of PHIL 1105 (Biomedical Ethics), one section of PHIL 1100 (Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy), one section of PHIL 1101 (Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Reality). These classes, normally in-person may require online teaching. In future semesters other courses may be offered. More information about these courses can be found here:

PHIL 1100:

PHIL 1101:

PHIL 1105:

In your application, please indicate the other courses that you could teach in the event that additional teaching becomes available. Please include a teaching dossier with your CV. A full list of the philosophy department’s courses can be found here:

The position of Philosophy instructor requires the planning, teaching, and grading of Philosophy courses. Candidates should have substantial experience in teaching first and second year university transfer courses.
 Please note that instructors are expected to attend all department meetings, contribute to committees, participate actively in program design and review (on an as needed basis), maintain collegial working relationships, engage in the intellectual life of the department, and maintain appropriate office hours to ensure availability for student consultation.

Length of Appointment: September 1 2024 to December 31 2024

A successful candidate, on a first time appointment as an Instructional Faculty Member in the Langara College Faculty Association, may be appointed up to one-month in advance for the purpose of course preparation.

Salary Range:

$44.54 - $138.34

Salary Range Placement: Salary placement is on Langara instructors’ salary scale in accordance with qualifications and experience.

Pay Grade:
LFA Instructional

Closing Date:
Monday, April 22 2024

People and Culture is committed to embracing, honoring, and promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in our workplace. We remain dedicated to focusing our efforts on creating an inclusive employee community that fosters a sense of safety and belonging for everyone. We humbly acknowledge that we are just beginning our journey, which includes engaging in our own internal learning and creating a data-driven action plan that supports the integration of EDI practice into the work of People and Culture and the work we do with employees and leaders. Langara College welcomes applications from everyone including people from groups that are experiencing inequity including, but not limited to, Indigenous people, racialized people, people with disabilities, and members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. If there are any barriers that you are experiencing or an accommodation that we can provide to support you through the application process, please contact us.

Shortlisted candidates will be required to provide proof of educational and professional credentials noted on their resume. In addition, those shortlisted with international credentials must have their education credentials evaluated through WES (World Education Services) and provide Langara College, People & Culture document evaluation access for employment purposes.

We thank you for your interest in Langara College and for taking the time to complete an application. Only complete applications will be reviewed. Please be advised that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted due to the number of applications received.

Langara is committed to enhancing our diverse workforce.

Deadline for Applications: 
April 22, 2024
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