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Sessional Instructor – Introduction to Acting (THAC 160) – Fall Session – Regina

Location Type Posting Date Closing Date
Regina Contract Jun 14, 2023 Jun 28, 2023

The Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP) – Gabriel Dumont Institute of Native Studies and Applied Research invites applications for the following position:
Sessional Instructor – Introduction to Acting
(THAC 160) – Fall Session
(Wednesdays 1:00pm – 4:00pm)

Competition Code: 2304 100R 160 Jun 28

Responsibilities: SUNTEP Regina requires a sessional instructor for Introduction to Acting (THAC 160). A course in the basic exploration of simple acting concepts through theatre games, character study, and ensemble playing.

The assignment would involve planning, preparation and delivery of appropriate course instruction to students. Manage classroom activities to ensure an optimum learning environment for students. Evaluate student performance and provide consistent feedback. Awareness and implementation of culturally responsive approaches.

Qualifications: A Master of Arts or Education is preferred or equivalent combination of training and experience. Candidate should possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, flexibility and the ability to work with Indigenous student populations. University teaching experience is an asset.

Remuneration: U of R Sessional Lecturer wage grid
Location: Regina, SK
Term: August 29, 2023 – December 21, 2023
Deadline for applications: June 28, 2023
Please quote comp code when submitting resume and cover letter to:

Robbie Walliser
917 22nd Street West
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7M 0R9
Telephone: (306) 657-2264
Fax: (306) 975-0903
Email: jobs@gdins.org

The Gabriel Dumont Institute has the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission permission to hire affirmatively.
Please indicate in your cover letter if you are of Métis ancestry.
Only those short listed will be contacted.

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