Assistant Professor, Human Resources
• Instruction: Course delivery should place a priority on student engagement and includes work such as preparation of course outlines, other course materials, classroom learning activities, lesson preparation and assessments, and course Blackboard site curation; and
• Research: Applicants interested in the TSS work pattern must be committed to a scholarly research program that contributes to both academia and practice. This is evidenced through engagement in both scholarly and professional forums and publications.
• Administration: Administer exams, input final grades upon course completion, and participate in course-related meetings, as required; and
• Service: Coach student competition teams, mentor student clubs, assist with the development of curriculum, and serve on departmental or university committees; and
• Community: At Mount Royal University our industry connections are an important and integral part of our programs. The successful candidate will be required to actively liaise with industry partners or professional associations on behalf of the Bissett School of Business.
As a university committed to teaching and learning informed by scholarship, the successful candidate must possess a passion for teaching excellence and be capable of teaching at the introductory and advanced levels, as evidenced by a strong ability to integrate both theory and practice through effective communication and presentation skills.
The appointed individual will be expected to collaborate with industry and community partners and be involved in course and program development. The successful candidate will actively contribute to enhance the school’s vision, culture and reputation, including participating in service and committee work related to the ongoing operations of the university.
A PhD in Human Resources, or a related field, is strongly preferred (Those who are ABD and very close to successful completion will also be considered.). A Master’s degree is required.
Additionally, the successful candidate will have several of the following attributes:
• Teaching experience in human resources at the post-secondary level and the ability to teach introductory through to senior level human resources courses;
• Proven record of ongoing achievement in research and scholarship;
• Demonstrated professional human resources experience and expertise;
• Strong interpersonal, presentation and communication skills;
• Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) designation, or similar (e.g. SHRM), designation will be an asset;
• Experience with academic indigenization or Indigenous business and/or industry partnership activities will be a strong asset;
• International experience is an asset.
How to Apply: https://mtroyalca.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/663
*Please note that all applications must be submitted online through the University’s online application system.