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The University of Waterloo is pleased to announce the cluster hiring of ten tenure-track/tenured academic appointments representing emerging and established career stages who will contribute to Indigenous excellence across all six Waterloo Faculties.
For the Faculty of Mathematics see https://uwaterloo.ca/math/opportunities.
Successful candidates must have either earned a doctoral degree or be ‘all but dissertation’ (ABD), or have earned an equivalent terminal degree in the field of study or be nearing completion; the relevant degree must be awarded within six months of employment. Candidates must demonstrate evidence of an actively developing research trajectory. Duties include conducting research and/or research creation, teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level, supervising graduate students, and contributing to the service needs of the University. The ability to develop and teach in a variety of contexts, including in person, online, and remote delivery is required. The salary range for the position will depend upon the rank (i.e., Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor) and the discipline. Negotiations will be considered at the discretion of each hiring department.
Applicants are asked to clearly indicate in their cover letter the Faculty(ies) or department(s) to which they are applying. For those with interdisciplinary research areas, more than one Faculty may be included. Send curriculum vitae, cover letter, teaching dossier, research statement, and up to three examples of research outputs electronically in confidence to James W.E. Rush, Vice President, Academic and Provost, Recruitment.Provost@uwaterloo.ca.
Review of applications will begin on October 18, 2021 and continue until the positions are filled.
Please direct all queries regarding the cluster hiring opportunity, application process, assessment process, and eligibility to the Office of the Vice President, Academic and Provost at Recruitment.Provost@uwaterloo.ca.
To apply for this job please visit cs.uwaterloo.ca.