Prior Teaching Experience:
Successful teaching related to field at college or university level
Required competence, capability, skill and ability related to course content:
The successful applicant is required to demonstrate: (1) understanding of the SOPR program’s foundational pillars; (2) recent or current engagement in research related to social practice; (2) understanding of a range of research methodologies and theories pertinent to the field of social practice; (3) Strong written, verbal, and online communication skills; (4) Experience with related topics, such as community-engaged scholarship, knowledge mobilization, research ethics, and grant-writing.
The successful applicant will have a demonstrated commitment to the program pillars and the social justice framework of the SOPR program, through feminist, decolonizing, anti-racist, disability justice intersectional and other theoretical, methodological and praxis-oriented critical perspectives.