Please read prior to applying

Part-time faculty at King's University College are represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) Local 5265.  Conditions of employment are regulated by the Collective Agreement negotiated by CUPE 5265 and King's University College Administration.

All employees and students of the King’s University College are required to provide proof of being fully vaccinated or have an approved exemption. To read more information regarding the vaccines and exemptions, please visit King’s COVID-19 Vaccination Policy.

*As of February 28, 2022, King's will be returning to campus. Applicants are encouraged to apply for online courses if unable to teach in-person and/or prefer to teach online,

NEW: Multisection Course Positions

From time to time King's may post multisection course positions with up to a maximum workload of 3.0 course sections based on Department/School need.  The successful candidate must have the qualifications, teaching competence, capability, skill and ability and prior relevant experience to teach all of the courses within a multisection course posting.

To apply for a multisection course position: Under "Course Application(s)" on the CUPE application form select "mutisection course position code" for the application type and enter the "Application Code" from the job advertisement.

Course Format Expectations

In-Person Courses (Normally Coded 570)

Please note that an In-Person course is delivered exclusively on campus as public health guidelines allow. In-Person courses must provide the following: a clear week-by-week structure (as per the course outline); optimal use of the learning platform; In-Person lectures and tutorials/labs (as applicable); channels for active student engagement (e.g., in class discussions); a complete list of assessments; formative and timely feedback; attention to accessibility; office hours; and effective communication channels between instructor and students.   

Online Courses (Normally Coded 650)

Please note that an online course is delivered online. Online versions of the course must provide the following: a clear week-by-week structure (as per the course outline); optimal use of the learning platform; consistent and timely posting of weekly lectures; channels for active student engagement (e.g., regularly-monitored discussion forums); a complete list of assessments on the Assignments page; formative and timely online feedback; attention to online accessibility and multimodality; virtual office hours or tutorials; and effective communication channels between instructor and students.