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Social Policy and Social Welfare in the Canadian Context SWK4102H
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Posting Date : May 04, 2017
Closing Date : Posting Expired


Duties

Teaching a course titled: “Social Policy and Social Welfare in the Canadian Context”, based on the approved course outline. The course content, readings, and assignments are uniform across all sections. Work with the teaching team and course coordinator, attend regular instructors meetings, blackboard management, and be available during regular office hours for student advising and consultation. Assess student performance through grading assignments and submit recommendations to the course coordinator by required date.

Qualifications

Knowledge of, and experience in teaching Social Policy in the Canadian Context. A research focus on policy is not required, but an interest in policy questions is important. Some familiarity with social policy in Ontario is desirable, as is past experience teaching and/or studying social policy. Preference may be given to candidates who have the most experience teaching in this area at the graduate level.

Details

Department
SOCIAL WORK
Course ID
SWK4102H
Campus
ST. GEORGE
Salary
7385.12
Course Enrollment
25
Dates of Appointment
SEPTEMBER 1 - DECEMBER 31, 2017
Number of Positions
1
How to Apply
Please apply by email, with a cover letter and curriculum vitae to angela.umbrello@utoronto.ca
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