Academic jobs

Course lecturers - RELG

Positions announced here are governed by the McGill Course Lecturers and Instructors Union (MCLIU) collective agreement which may be found on McGill's Human Resources website. Candidates are advised to review the agreement prior to applying.

Religious Studies course lecturer priority points list (up to and including Summer 2018).

 

Teaching Qualification Requirements

  1. Minimum of a Ph.D. in religious studies, or be enrolled in doctoral program preferably ABD (all but dissertation);
  2. Evidence of superior teaching ability, in the form of prior teaching or TA evaluations, in the course subject;
  3. The candidate's area of specialization should be as close as possible to that of the course being offered.

For any questions, please contact Francesca Maniaci by francesca.maniaci [at] mcgill.ca (e-mail).

 

Forms

MCLIU application form

Union membership form. This form must be completed by first time course lecturers.

Course lecturers - CATH

Positions announced here are governed by the McGill Course Lecturers and Instructors Union (MCLIU) collective agreement which may be found on McGill's Human Resources website. Candidates are advised to review the agreement prior to applying.

File Catholic Studies priority points 2017-18

Teaching Qualification Requirements

  1. Minimum of a Ph.D. in religious studies, or be enrolled in doctoral program preferably ABD (all but dissertation);
  2. Evidence of superior teaching ability, in the form of prior teaching or TA evaluations, in the course subject;
  3. The candidate's area of specialization should be as close as possible to that of the course being offered.

For any questions, please contact Francesca Maniaci by francesca.maniaci [at] mcgill.ca (e-mail).

Forms

MCLIU application form

Union membership form. This form must be completed by first time course lecturers.

Teaching assistants

A Teaching Assistant is a graduate student appointed to assist a Course Supervisor with the instruction and evaluation of students in a course. A teaching assistant works under the guidance and supervision of the Course Supervisor who is responsible for setting the course objectives, content and method of instruction as well as final grades and grading practices of the course. Further information about teaching assistantships at McGill University can be found on AGSEM website.

Fall 2019

List of postings

Please complete and print out the application form and submit it to francesca.maniaci [at] mcgill.ca (Francesca Maniaci).