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The Royal Military College of Canada invites applications for potential faculty members for full-time, part-time and contract positions, both onsite in Kingston, Toronto with the Canadian Forces College, and the Royal Military College of St Jean, and for distance learning, in the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Engineering. To find out more about these programmes please visit the RMC web site at www.rmc.ca. All position(s) will be filled at a rank and salary level appropriate to background qualifications and experience of the successful applicant. The full-time salary ceiling for a lecturer is $72,849, for an Assistant Professor is $88,448 and the ceiling for Associate Professor and Professor are $106,552 and $127,489 respectively, plus an annual terminable allowance. Full-time appointments will be subject to a probationary period of 36 months. For part-time employment and contract positions, the salary/compensation range is normally between $3,500 and $10,000 for each one-term course depending on the level of the course. The required qualifications are a PhD (or equivalent or in exceptional circumstances, a completed Masters degree in a related discipline may be acceptable) and acceptable teaching experience. All qualified applicants will be maintained as part of an inventory of candidates for a period of one year. Some of these positions may lead to tenure-track positions but this requires a demonstrated competency in research. These positions have different linguistic profiles including French essential, English essential and bilingual, which require the ability to read, comprehend and communicate orally in both official languages. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application for the type of employment (i.e. full time on-site, full time off-site, part-time on site, part-time off-site) , the course(s) they wish to teach, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching ability, a summary of research interests, sample publications and names of three references to: Faculty Services, The Royal Military College of Canada, Canadian Forces Base Kingston, PO Box 17000 Station Forces, Kingston, ON K7K 4B4 Phone: (613) 541-6000 ext. 6964, Fax: (613) 541-6442, [email protected] http://www.academicwork.ca/uploads/Jan2009-RMC-AScEn.pdf
Tenure Track Position Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering of the Royal Military College of Canada invites applications for one tenure track position at the level of Assistant Professor, or at a more senior level for suitably qualified candidates. The Department is seeking candidates with a Ph.D., or one nearing completion preferably in the field of Chemical Engineering or Engineering/Applied Chemistry. Candidates must be able to establish and maintain an independent and competitively funded research program. Candidates must be able to teach courses in the Department’s undergraduate Chemical Engineering, Chemistry or Ammunition Engineering programs. Preference will be given to candidates with postdoctoral, academic or industrial experience in the field of ammunition engineering. Various language requirements will be considered for this position. The Royal Military College is a bilingual university offering undergraduate and graduate programs in the humanities, sciences and engineering to members of the Canadian Forces and civilians. The Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering offers undergraduate B.Sc (chemistry) or B.Eng (chemical engineering) degrees, and graduate M.A.Sc., M.Sc. & Ph.D. degrees in the chemical and materials, environmental and nuclear fields. The Department is currently involved in a wide range of applied and fundamental research funded by national granting councils, other government agencies and industrial partnerships in excess of $15M per annum. The position will be filled at a rank and salary level appropriate to the background qualifications and experience of the successful applicant. The salary ceiling for an Assistant Professor is $90,217 plus an annual terminable allowance and the ceiling for Associate Professor is $108,683. The starting salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. The appointment will be subject to a probationary period of 36 months. Applicants will be required to send a cover letter quoting the following reference number (K2009004) as well as their curriculum vitae, a copy of their academic transcripts, a summary of research interests, three sample publications and three references. The expected starting date is 31 May 2009 and the closing date for applications is 15 February 2009. http://www.academicwork.ca/uploads/Jan2009-RMC-Eng.pdf
Tenure Track Position Mechanical & Aeronautical Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering Department of the Royal Military College of Canada invites applications for a tenure-track position associated with the new Aeronautical Engineering programme in the field of Aircraft Structures, Structural Dynamics and Materials or with the existing Mechanical Engineering programme in the field of Vehicle Systems and Performance. This position is at the level of Assistant Professor (UT-02), although appointment at the Associate Professor level (UT-03) may be considered for an outstanding candidate. The required qualifications are a PhD or its equivalent in Aeronautical or Mechanical Engineering from a recognized university at the time of appointment; acceptable undergraduate and postgraduate teaching experience in Aeronautical or Mechanical Engineering or an acceptable combination of teaching experience and industrial experience in Aeronautical or Mechanical Engineering. Acceptable experience conducting research with a strong or promising record of publications is also required. The successful candidate will conduct active research, attract research funding and is required to be a Professional Engineers registered in a Canadian province or territory, or must be eligible for registration as a Professional Engineer in Canada. The linguistic profile for these positions is bilingual imperative (PPP/PPP) requiring an ability to read, comprehend and communicate orally in both official languages or English Essential or French Essential. Should no candidate meet these requirements, a pool shall be established to staff similar positions with various linguistic requirements. The salary range is $49,406 to $90,217 per annum for Assistant Professor and $67,872 to $108,863 per annum for an Associate Professor, plus an annual Terminable Allowance. Starting salary will be in accordance with experience and qualifications. The appointments will be subject to a probationary period of 36 months. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter (citing the following reference number K2009005) their curriculum vitae, including a summary of research interests, sample publications, and the names and contact details of three references. The expected starting date for the position is 6 July 2009. The closing date for applications is 30 April 2009.
Tenure Track Position: Electrical & Computer Engineering
The Electrical & Computer Engineering Department of the Royal Military College of Canada invites applications for a tenure-track position at the level of Assistant Professor or, for exceptionally qualified candidates, at the level of Associate Professor. The required qualifications are a PhD or its equivalent in Computer or Electrical Engineering, acceptable teaching experience in Computer Engineering, and a strong or promising record of publications. Exceptional candidates close to completion of a PhD may be considered. Industrial experience may be considered where relevant. The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is seeking to strengthen its expertise in the Computer Engineering Program in the areas of Computer Architecture, Computer System Design, Multiprocessing and Multi-core Systems, and Fault Tolerant Computers. However, applicants with other areas of specialization in Computer Engineering will also be considered. The successful candidate is expected to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels, to supervise graduate students, and to conduct active research programs. Candidates should note that the Royal Military College does enrol civilian graduate students at both the Masters and PhD levels, and that both civilian students and faculty members have full access to funding to support studies and research, including NSERC funding. Candidates are also expected to be Professional Engineers, or to become licensed during the first 36 months of employment. These are bilingual positions, which require the ability to read, comprehend and communicate orally in both official languages (linguistic profile: PPP/PPP). The salary range is $49,406 to $90,217 per annum for Assistant Professor, and $67,872 to $108,863 per annum for an Associate Professor, plus an annual Terminable Allowance. Starting salary will be in accordance with experience and qualifications. The appointments will be subject to a probationary period of 36 months . Interested candidates should forward a cover letter (citing the following reference number K2009006) their curriculum vitae, including a summary of research interests, sample publications, and the names and contact details of three references. The expected starting date for the position is 1 July 2009. The closing date for applications is 3 April 2009. http://www.academicwork.ca/uploads/Jan2009-RMC-Eng.pdf