[Asis-l] [Fwd: Lecturer positions at University of Toronto]

Jens-Erik Mai je.mai at utoronto.ca
Tue Jun 12 11:48:13 EDT 2007

The Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto invites
applications for two term appointments (non-renewable) at the rank of
Lecturer, beginning August 1, 2007 and ending July 31, 2009 in the area of
library and information science. 
We are particularly interested in individuals who can teach in one or more
of the following areas: (i) information seeking, (ii) information resources,
(iii) information services, (iv) information searching, (v) information
behavior, and/or (vi) information organization. It is expected that
successful applicants will also have some involvement in student advising
and provide service to the Faculty. 
The successful applicant will have a MLIS degree and experience in teaching
in the area of expertise.  A PhD in LIS (or closely related field) and/or
practical experiences are pluses. Salary will be commensurate with
qualifications and experience.  Applications will be accepted until the
positions have been filled. Review of applications will begin immediately. 
Applicants should provide statement of interest, a curriculum vitae, and
statements of teaching philosophy and interests; the application package
should be forwarded to (electronic submission is strongly encouraged): 
   Sharon Doopan 
   Assistant to the Dean's Office 
   Faculty of Information Studies 
   University of Toronto 
   140 St. George Street. 
   Toronto, ON M5S 3G6 
   Tel: 416.978.3034 
   Fax: 416.971.1399 
   E-mail: sharon.doopan at utoronto.ca 
Applicants should either provide the names and contact information for three
references or arrange to have three confidential letters of recommendation
sent on their behalf directly to: 
   Jens-Erik Mai 
   Vice Dean & Associate Professor 
   Faculty of Information Studies 
   University of Toronto 
   140 St. George Street 
   Toronto, ON M5S 3G6 
   Phone: 416.978.7097 
   Fax: 416.978.5762 
   Email: je.mai at utoronto.ca 
More information:  http://www.fis.utoronto.ca 
The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its
community and especially welcomes applications from visible minority group
members, women, Aboriginal persons, persons with disabilities, members of
sexual minority groups, and others who may contribute to the further
diversification of ideas.  All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply;
however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority. 

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