Career and Employment Opportunities at King's
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There are no positions available at this time.
Community Engaged Research Coordinator (30 hours/week) - July 3, 2020
Full-Time Tenure Track
Part Time Sessional in PSYC 370: Psychology of Personality - posted May 5, 2020
Part-time Sessional Lab Position in BIOL 320: Introduction to Genetics - posted May 5, 2020
Part-time Sessional Lab Position in BIOL 422: Molecular Cell Biology I - posted May 5, 2020
Part-time Sessional Lab Position in BIOL 470: Biochemistry I - posted May 5, 2020
Part-time Sessional Position in BIOL 307: Human Physiology I - posted May 5, 2020
Part-time Sessional Position in CHEM 371: Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy - posted May 5, 2020
Part-time Sessional Position in CHEM 445: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry - posted May 5, 2020
Part-time Sessional Position in PSYC 465: Learning and Memory - posted May 5, 2020
Computer Science Lab Instructor - posted May 5, 2020
Sessional Position in Drama (310) - posted February 26, 2020
Sessional Position in Drama (305 and 355) - posted February 26, 2020
A condition of employment for all administrative positions and careers is assent to the university's Christian Statement of Faith and Mission Statement. Qualified candidates should send a letter of application and resume to:
Trina Wilson Orieux
Director of Human Resources
The King's University
9125 - 50 Street, Edmonton, AB T6B 2H3
Phone: (780) 465-3500 ext. 8088
Fax: (780) 465-3534
The interest of all candidates is appreciated; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. In accordance with Canadian immigration regulations, all advertisements are addressed first to Canadian citizens and permanent residents. The university encourages all qualified female and male candidates, including visible minorities, to apply.
The King's University does not keep unsolicited resumes.
"I appreciate the blend of academic excellence and a strong faith commitment. Working at King’s give you the opportunity to be part of a unique community that you would not experience anywhere else."
- Jay Friesen
"I love working at The King’s University because here I can be my authentic self. My work here allows me to obtain my designation and pursue further education. Thank you, King's!"
- Ting Elger
"After 15 years working in Korea and then Victoria, I walked on to campus this past summer and felt God’s voice say, ‘this is the next step of your journey’. I began to search the career section of the website and the position of Alumni Manager came up. The opportunity to connect with former students and engage with them again excited me and I knew this is where God was calling me to invest my time and heart."
- Kathleen Busch