Part‑Time Academics (CUPE)

Fountain School of Performing Arts invites applications for the following CUPE part-time academic postions:

Part-Time Academic (THEA 1451.03 Introduction to Costume Studies A) - Fall 2023 (PTAP1982P)

Part-Time Academic (THEA 1452.03 Introduction to Costume Studies B) - Winter 2024 (PTAP1983P)

Part-Time Academic (THEA 2407.03 Aesthetics of Contemporary Dress A) - Fall 2023 (PTAP1984P)

Part-Time Academic (THEA 2408.03 Aesthetics of Contemporary Dress B) - Winter 2024 (PTAP1985P)

Part-Time Academic (THEA 1802.03 Introduction to Acting and Performance B) - Winter 2024 (PTAP1986P)

Part-Time Academic (THEA 3801.03 Acting 3a) - Fall 2023 (PTAP1987P)

Part-Time Academic (THEA 3812.03 Voice & Speech 3b) - Winter 2024 (PTAP1988P)

Part-Time Academic (PERF/MUSC 3662.03 Introduction to Digital Audio Sound Design) - Fall 2023 (PTAP1994P)

Part-Time Academic (PERF/MUSC 3663.03 Advanced Digital Audio Sound Design) - Winter 2024 (PTAP1995P)

Part-Time Academic (MUSC 2221.03 Music Theory 2a) - Fall 2023 (PTAP1993P)  

Part-Time Academic (MUSC 3177.03: Vocal Literature) - Fall 2023 (PTAP1991P)

Part-Time Academic (THEA 3601.03 Playwright in the Theatre A) - Fall 2023 (PTAP1996P)

Part-Time Academic (THEA 3602.03 Playwright in the Theatre B) - Winter 2024 (PTAP1997P)

Part-Time Academic (PERF 3721.03 Digital Design for Performance 1) - Fall 2023 (PTAP1989P)

Part-Time Academic (PERF 3722.03 Digital Design for Performance 2) - Winter 2024 (PTAP1990P)

Part-Time Academic (Applied Study in trumpet, percussion, organ and harp) - Fall 2023 & Winter 2024 (PTAP1992P)

Please follow the link for the posting to access Dalhousie PeopleAdmin online applications sytem to submit your application.

All offers of employment as a Part-Time Academic are conditional upon sufficient student enrolment in the course and approval by the University.

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