Posted Apr 15, 2024Faculty (Sessional) English



Business: Thompson Rivers University
Address: Old Mill Plaza, #10-155 Main St., (in courtyard), Box 339, Lillooet BC V0K 1V0




The University and Employment Preparation Department (Faculty of Education and Social Work) at Thompson Rivers University invite applications for a sessional faculty member to prepare learning materials and teach lectures in multi-level English in Lillooet:

ENGL 0600 - Literature and Composition

ABE: Provincial - A Provincial Level (grade 12 equivalency) course which prepares students for the demands of compositions required in academic courses. It provides for further development of writing and thinking skills begun in earlier levels. Students work with a variety of rhetorical models for essay development. Also included is a critical analysis of selected works of prose and poetry.


  • Master’s degree in a relevant field

  • At least one degree relevant to the discipline to be taught (English).

  • Teaching Certificate, or Instructor’s Diploma, or 5 years of teaching experience plus evidence of engagement in the scholarship of teaching and learning.

  • Experience teaching students whose educational, social, and economic backgrounds are diverse, and for whom previous school experience may have been challenging.

  • Skills in building intercultural understanding, empathy, and mutual respect (TRC CA 63) preferred

  • Experience integrating Indigenous knowledge and teaching methods (TRC CA 62) preferred.

  • Teaching excellence including developing culturally appropriate curricula (TRC CA 10) preferred.

Pay Band : $113.21 - $113.21 ( Sessional Faculty - Academic Access Programs (per hour) )

Location : Lillooet, BC CA (Primary)

# of Hires Needed : 1

Organizational Unit: Thompson Rivers University -> Faculty of Education and Social Work -> University and Employment Preparation

Diversity and Inclusion Commitment:

Thompson Rivers University is strongly committed to hiring based on merit with a focus on fostering diversity of thought within our community. We welcome those who would contribute to the further diversification of our staff, our faculty and its scholarship including, but not limited to, women, Indigenous, Black and People of Colour, persons with disabilities and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Please note that all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply, however applications from Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

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