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Part Time Faculty: HRM Program at Algoma University

Algoma University is committed to undoing systemic and institutional discrimination and being publicly transparent and accountable. Diversity, equity, and inclusion are fundamental to our Special Mission. In keeping with the Seven Grandfather teachings that are the core values that inform our decisions as an institution, we are committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive, respectful, and safe environment where everyone belongs. We live these values through the strength and richness that diversity brings to our workforce and welcome contributors from equity-deserving groups including: Indigenous Peoples, Black and racialized persons, women, Persons with Disabilities, 2 Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer persons.
 

Position Status:  Contract Part Time ; OPSEU

Department: Business and Economics

Terms: 23FALL: Sept 6, 2023 - Dec 5, 2023 

Note: The 23 fall examinations will take place from Dec 7th - Dec 19th, 2023, 2023 and 23FW examinations will take place from April 8th - April 23rd, 2024 as scheduled by the Registrar in consultation with the department. 

Location: Brampton

Delivery Modes: *In-Person Instruction:  class that meets in a classroom and/or laboratory at the scheduled time/day, with the instructor and all students present (synchronous).

Deadline: Tuesday Aug 22, 2023 

 

Courses &  Descriptions: 

 

ADMN 2906: Occupational Health and Safety Management 

Sections: 

  • SEC M (In-person)
    • Tuesday 19:00 - 22:00
    SEC P (In-person) 
    • Sunday 8:30-11:30 

Description: This course examines Occupational Health and Safety with regard to economic, legal, technical and moral issues and the importance of safe and healthy workplaces, as well as management’s leadership role in achieving that objective. Topics include federal and provincial occupational health and safety legislation, hazard identification and control, physical agents, chemical agents, socio-psychological aspects of health and the management of safety programs. 

 Qualifications:

A MBA with Specialization in Human Resource Management or MA in Human Resource Management or Master of Engineering with a Concentration in Advanced Safety Engineering and Management,

  • Demonstrated experience with OH&S in the workplace.
  • CRSP designation or equivalent.
  • Within the last three years, relevant course and subject-matter experience in teaching and or practice at another accredited university.
  • A demonstrated commitment to teaching in a multicultural environment

ADMN 2916: Compensation

Sections:

  • SEC N ( In-person)
    • Tuesday 19:00-22:00
    SEC P In-person
    • Monday 17:30-20:30
    SEC Q In-person
    • Sunday 11:30-14:30
    SEC R In-person
    • Sunday 14:30-17:30
    SEC S In-person
    • Sunday 14:30 to 17:30

Description: The course provides an understanding of the complex role that compensation and reward systems play in organizational success. An introduction to the development of a compensation reward system design consistent with organizational strategies and goals will be examined. The course demonstrates the importance and effectiveness of compensation and reward systems given the highly competitive and resource constrained environment facing most organizations.

Qualifications: 

  • MBA with Specialization in Human Resource Management or closely related area.
  • CHRP, CHRL or CPA with demonstrated practical business experience managing compensation systems.
  • Demonstrated specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.

 

ADMN 2926: Training and Development 

 

Sections: 

  • SEC P In-person
    • Sunday 11:30 to 14:30
    SEC Q In-person
    • Sunday 17:30-20:30
    SEC R In-person
    • Sunday 11:30-14:30
    SEC S In-person
    • Sunday 17:30-20:30

Description: This course provides an overview of the scope and importance of the training and employee development function within public and private sector organizations. Topics will include designing, developing and delivering a training program that focuses on needs assessment, learning objectives, and measuring results. Students will also gain a conceptual understanding of the diverse role of the training consultant during organizational change and development.

Qualifications:

  • MBA or related Masters degree and demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction.
  • Applicants must have a CHRP or CHRL designation.
  • Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level. 

 

ADMN 3136: Organizational Behaviour

 

Sections: 

  • SEC Q In-person
    Sunday 14:30 - 17:30 

Description: An examination of the problems and solutions pertaining to managing human resources in complex organizations. Topics covered include organizational socialization, leadership and decision making, the effective exercise of power and influence, handling organizational conflict, and organizational development. An experiential approach is used

Qualifications:

  • MBA or related Masters degree and demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction.
  • Applicants must have a CHRP or CHRL designation.
  • Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level

 

ADMN 3137: Management of Human Resources 

 

Sections: 

  • SEC P: In-person
    • Sunday 8:30 - 11:30 
    SEC R In-person
    • Sunday 14:30 - 17:30

Description: Individual behaviour, group behaviour, and organizational behaviour are studied with a view to developing, within the student, an appreciation of the human factors in administration. Theory will be communicated by means of lectures, seminars, special projects, and assigned readings. Opportunities to apply theory will be provided in a number of ways, including case studies. 

Qualifications:

  • MBA or related Masters degree and demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction.
  • Applicants must have a CHRP or CHRL designation.
  • Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.

 

ADMN 3206: Human Resources Planning 

 

Sections:

  • SEC N In-person
    • Monday 19:00-22:00
    SEC R In-person
    • Sunday 17:30-20:30

Description: This course is designed to examine the multifaceted approaches and methods used in the effective deployment and management of human resources. Topics such as strategic human resource management, corporate culture, performance management, employment equity, pay equity, human rights, organizational development and behaviour, and labour-management relations are explored, amongst other relevant issues challenging the effective management of the human asset.

Qualifications:

  • MBA or related Masters degree and demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction.
  • Applicants must have a CHRP or CHRL designation.
  • Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level. 

ADMN 3216: Recruitment and Selection 

Sections

  • SEC O In-person
    • Monday 19:00-22:00
    SEC P In-person
    • Sunday 11:30-14:30
    SEC Q In-person
    • Sunday 17:30-20:30

Description: This course provides a theoretical and practical guide to the human resource function of recruiting and selecting (R&S) staff. Recruitment and selection are presented within both a macro and micro framework, in which the implications of the economic, demographic, organizational and social framework are first examined, and then located within a flourishing strategic human resource model to be applied at the organizational level. Although the practical concerns for Human Resource (HR) practitioners are dealt with, the course examines recruitment and selection from an employee or individual perspective.

Qualifications:

  • MBA or related Masters degree and demonstrated proficiency with case method instruction.
  • Applicants must have a CHRP or CHRL designation.
  • Specific subject-matter teaching experience at a Canadian college and/or university level.

 

Qualified candidates should submit a current curriculum vitae, and any other materials the applicant wishes to submit (PDF format), addressed to Faculty Dean, Algoma University - Please email a complete application package to: deanapps@algomau.ca and include campus, course code(s), course section(s), and course title(s) in the subject line.
Applicants may be asked to supply letters of reference or to give permission for the PTAC to contact references by telephone or e-mail.

 

Algoma University is strongly committed to fostering diversity and inclusivity within our community and is an equal-opportunity employer. The university invites and encourages applications from all qualified individuals who would contribute to the further diversification of our Institution, including equity-deserving groups that are traditionally underrepresented in employment (Indigenous peoples, racialized persons, women, persons with disabilities, and 2SLGBTQQIPA+ persons). 

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, upon request, accommodation will be provided by Algoma University throughout the recruitment, selection, and/or assessment process to applicants with disabilities.

 

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