1. Academic Coordinator, Trent-in-Ecuador
The Department of International Development Studies at Trent University invites applications for a nine-month position as Academic Coordinator of the Trent-in-Ecuador (TIE) Program in Quito, the capital of Ecuador.
The Academic Coordinator works with a locally based Administrative Coordinator to deliver a comprehensive academic program for students from Trent and other Canadian universities. Teaching responsibilities include a third-year undergraduate-level course on “Andean Economy, Culture and Society”; teaching and supervising students in a double-credit course in “Community Development” (which involves a 10-week student work placements in the winter term). Other responsibilities include overseeing 3 other courses taught by local academics and advising students. Term of appointment: August 10th 2015 to May 10 2016, with the possibility of renewal. Salary $CAD 38,890 plus allowances for approved travel and professional expenses. Qualifications: social science expertise in Latin American studies, preferably in the Andean region; PhD (in hand or near completion) or equivalent, and ability to work in English and Spanish. Deadline: March 31, 2015 or until position is filled. C.V. and three letters of reference should be sent to danagee[at]trentu.ca
2. Course Instructor, Ecuador Seminar Trent-in-Ecuador Program
The Department of International Development Studies at Trent University invites applications for an Instructor for a course, entitled ‘Ecuador Seminar’, to be taught in the Fall Semester on site at the Trent-in-Ecuador (TIE) Program in Quito. The Ecuador Seminar (IDST 3880D) is a third year course in International Development Studies that consists of an examination of the major features of Ecuadorian economic, political and social life, with particular attention to regional and cultural diversity. Responsibilities in addition to course delivery and design (in cooperation with the Trent in Ecuador Director) include conducting occasional field trips. Salary: CAD 6956 plus approved professional expenses, and return airfare to place of domicile if required. Qualifications: social science expertise on Ecuador, and preferably on the Andean region; PhD (or doctorate near completion) or equivalent as well as ability to work in English and Spanish. Deadline: March 31, 2015 or until position is filled. C.V. and two letters of reference should be sent to danagee[at]trentu.ca
For more information: please contact Winnie Lem Professor and Director Trent-in-Ecuador Program Tel: 705-748-1011, Ext. 7785 Fax: 705-748-1624 Email: wlem[at]trentu.ca